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Aug 12 2007, 01:29 PM
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- Aug 12 2007, 11:06 AM
Suzanne Rogers also has the distinction of being the FIRST actress to win the Outstanding Supporting Actress Emmy.
I'd like to add these to the Days Emmy nominations/wins:
Patrika Darbo was nominated for Supporting actress in 2000.
Jensen Ackles was nominated for Younger Actor in 1999 and 2000.
Melissa Reeves was nominated once for Younger Actress in 1992.
Charlotte Ross was nominated twice for Younger Actress, in 1990 and 1991.
Darrell Thomas Utley was nominated once in 1989 for Younger Actor.
Joseph Campanella was nominated once for Supporting Actor in 1989. That same year, Jane Elliot was nominated for Supporting Actress.
Billy Warlock was nominated twice for Outstanding Younger Actor and WON the award once in 1988.
Stephen Nichols was nominated for Lead Actor in 1988. Arleen Sorkin was nominated for Supporting Actress that same year.
Leann Hunley WON the Supporting Actress Emmy in 1986.
Lisa Trusel was nomianted for Younger Actress in 1985.
Jed Allen and John Clark had nominations for Lead Actor in 1979.
Bill Hayes had nominations for Lead Actor in 1975 and 1976.
Wow, who knew and what happened that Days never gets an Emmy nod for acting anymore? :shrug:
Under the new system Days has no chance at nominations due to networks using block voting - in other words:
AMC votes for OLTL and GH and vice versa
Days votes for Passions and vice versa
Y&R votes for ATWT, GL, & B&B and vice versa
You vote across network lines