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Camryn Elizabeth Grimes (born January 7, 1990) is an Emmy award winning American actress.
Grimes is the daughter of Preston Lee and Heather Grimes. She is the oldest of seven siblings: Camryn, Dakota, Shelby, Tatum, Ryder, Piper, Peyton, etc.
She played Cassie Newman on The Young and the Restless starting in 1997. In 2000, at age 10, she became the youngest winner ever of the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series; Kimberly McCullough had won it at age 11 ten years earlier. In May 2005, Grimes's character was written off the show when she died from injuries sustained in a car accident. Since departing the show, she has made several guest appearances as Cassie's spirit. In 2014, she began a new role on the series, playing a woman with a resemblance to Cassie, named Mariah Copeland, later revealed to be Cassie's twin sister. It was announced on May 5, 2014 that Grimes was put under contract with The Young and the Restless.
Grimes played the part of Holly in the 2001 movie Swordfish alongside Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, and John Travolta. She guest-starred on Medium, JAG, and ER, on which her maternal uncle, Scott Grimes, was a cast member.
Awards and nominations
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- Camryn Grimes, The Young and the Restless (2000)
- Adrienne Frantz, The Bold and the Beautiful (2001)
- Jennifer Finnigan, The Bold and the Beautiful (2002)
- Jennifer Finnigan, The Bold and the Beautiful (2003)
- Jennifer Finnigan, The Bold and the Beautiful (2004)
- Eden Riegel, All My Children (2005)
- Jennifer Landon, As the World Turns (2006)
- Jennifer Landon, As the World Turns (2007)
- Jennifer Landon, As the World Turns (2008)
- Julie Marie Berman, General Hospital (2009)