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Saturday, June 15, 2013

TV Flashback: Celebrating 39 Years of the Daytime Emmy Awards



In honor of the 40th Daytime Emmy Awards, which will be broadcast tomorrow on HLN, I thought it would be fun to look back at some past awards ceremonies:

The 1st Daytime Emmy Awards were held on May 28, 1974, at NYC's Rockefeller Plaza with co-hosts Peter Marshall (The Hollywood Squares) and Barbara Walters, who interviewed Mary Stuart (Search for Tomorrow) and Mary Fickett (All My Children).




At the 8th Daytime Emmy Awards in 1981, winners included One Life to Live's Judith Light (Outstanding Actress), Another World's Douglass Watson (Outstanding Actor), David Letterman (Outstanding Host in a Variety Series), Search for Tomorrow's Larry Haines (Outstanding Supporting Actor) and General Hospital's Jane Elliot (Outstanding Supporting Actress).





The 9th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on June 8, 1982, and winners included General Hospital's Anthony Geary (Outstanding Actor) and One Life to Live's Robin Strasser (Outstanding Actress).




The 12th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on Wednesday, July 31, 1985, and winners included The Young and the Restless' Beth Maitland (Outstanding Supporting Actress), The Young and the Restless' Tracey E. Bregman (Outstanding Ingenue), All My Children's Darnell Williams (Outstanding Actor) and Guiding Light's Kim Zimmer (Outstanding Actress).






The 13th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on July 17, 1986, and Another World's Ellen Wheeler won Outstanding Ingenue.



The 14th Daytime Emmy Awards were held in 1987, and presenter Susan Lucci surprised Oprah Winfrey with a clip of her appearance on All My Children.



The 15th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on June 19, 1988, and winners included All My Children's Ellen Wheeler (Outstanding Supporting Actress), Santa Barbara's Justin Deas (Outstanding Supporting Actor), Days of our Lives' Billy Warlock (Outstanding Young Man), As the World Turns' Julianne Moore (Outstanding Ingenue), All My Children's David Canary (Outstanding Actor) and Ryan's Hope's Helen Gallagher (Outstanding Actress).



The 16th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on June 29, 1989, and winners included All My Children's Debbi Morgan and Santa Barbara's Nancy Lee Grahn (a tie for Outstanding Supporting Actress), Santa Barbara's Justin Gocke (Outstanding Young Man), General Hospital's Kimberly McCullough (Outstanding Ingenue), All My Children's David Canary (Outstanding Actor) and Santa Barbara's Marcy Walker (Outstanding Actress). Also, Another World's Victoria Wyndham paid tribute to her co-star, Douglass Watson, who died on May 1, 1989.



At the 17th Daytime Emmy Awards in 1990, All My Children's Julia Barr won for Outstanding Supporting Actress, All My Children's Cady McClain won for Outstanding Younger Actress, and Santa Barbara's A Martinez won for Outstanding Lead Actor.




At the 18th Daytime Emmy Awards in 1991, Guiding Light's Rick Hearst won for Outstanding Younger Actor.



At the 19th Daytime Emmy Awards in 1992, The Young and the Restless' Tricia Cast won for Outstanding Younger Actress, The Young and the Restless' Kristoff St. John won for Outstanding Younger Actor, and The Young and the Restless' Peter Bergman won for Outstanding Lead Actor. Also, The Young and the Restless' Jeanne Cooper presented a Lifetime Achievement Award to William J. Bell, the co-creator of Another World, The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful.






The 20th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on May 26, 1993, and winners included General Hospital's Gerald Anthony (Outstanding Supporting Actor), Guiding Light's Ellen Parker (Outstanding Supporting Actress), Guiding Light's Monti Sharp (Outstanding Younger Actor), The Young and the Restless' Heather Tom (Outstanding Younger Actress), All My Children's David Canary (Outstanding Lead Actor) and Another World's Linda Dano (Outstanding Lead Actress).




At the 21st Daytime Emmy Awards in 1994, One Life to Live's Susan Haskell won for Outstanding Supporting Actress, One Life to Live's Roger Howarth won for Outstanding Younger Actor, One Life to Live's Hillary B. Smith won for Outstanding Lead Actress, and Guiding Light's Michael Zaslow won for Outstanding Lead Actor.






The 22nd Daytime Emmy Awards were held on May 19, 1995, and winners included General Hospital's Rena Sofer (Outstanding Supporting Actress), Guiding Light's Jerry verDorn (Outstanding Supporting Actor), General Hospital's Jonathan Jackson (Outstanding Younger Actor) and One Life to Live's Erika Slezak (Outstanding Lead Actress).





The 23rd Daytime Emmy Awards were held on May 22, 1996, and winners included Guiding Light's Jerry verDorn (Outstanding Supporting Actor), Another World's Anna Holbrook (Outstanding Supporting Actress), Guiding Light's Kevin Mambo (Outstanding Younger Actor), Another World's Charles Keating (Outstanding Lead Actor) and One Life to Live's Erika Slezak (Outstanding Lead Actress).







The 24th Daytime Emmy Awards were held in May 16, 1997, and winners included The Young and the Restless' Michelle Stafford (Outstanding Supporting Actress), The Bold and the Beautiful's Ian Buchanan (Outstanding Supporting Actor) and The Young and the Restless' Jess Walton (Outstanding Lead Actress).






At the 25th Daytime Emmy Awards in 1998, Days of our Lives' Deidre Hall introduced a montage highlighting special moments during the first 24 years of the Daytime Emmys. Winners included Guiding Light's Cynthia Watros (Outstanding Lead Actress) and All My Children's Julia Barr (Outstanding Supporting Actress).





The 26th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on May 21, 1999, with host Oprah Winfrey, and winners included General Hospital's Jonathan Jackson (Outstanding Younger Actor), The Young and the Restless' Heather Tom (Outstanding Younger Actress), The Young and the Restless' Sharon Case (Outstanding Supporting Actress), General Hospital's Stuart Damon (Outstanding Supporting Actor), General Hospital's Anthony Geary (Outstanding Lead Actor), and All My Children's Susan Lucci, who finally won Outstanding Lead Actress after losing 18 times.



The 27th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on May 19, 2000, and The Bold and the Beautiful's Susan Flannery won for Outstanding Lead Actress.



The 28th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on May 18, 2001, and As the World Turns' Martha Byrne won for Outstanding Actress.



The 35th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on June 20, 2008, and The Young and the Restless' Jeanne Cooper won for Outstanding Lead Actress.

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