Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

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Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
41st Daytime Emmy Awards
Awarded for Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Country United States
Presented by NATAS/ATAS
First awarded 1974
Currently held by Billy Miller,
The Young and the Restless (2014)
Most awards Anthony Geary, (7)
Most nominations Peter Bergman, (19)
Official website emmyonline.org/daytime

The Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series is an award presented annually by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). It was first awarded at the 1st Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony, held in 1974; Macdonald Carey received the award for his portrayal of Tom Horton on Days of Our Lives and it is given in honor of an actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a leading role while working within the daytime drama industry.[1] The award has undergone several name changes, originally honoring actors in leading and supporting roles. Following the introduction of a new category in 1979, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, the award's name was altered to Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series before changing once again, to its current title, years later.[1][2] The awards ceremony was not aired on television in 1983 and 1984, having been criticized for lack of integrity.[3][4] In 1985, another category was introduced, Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series, one criterion for this category was altered, requiring all actors to be aged 26 or above.[5]

The 2014 recipient of the award is Billy Miller, for his portrayal of Billy Abbott on The Young and the Restless. The soap opera is the most awarded in this category, with a total of nine wins . In 2008, Anthony Geary became the actor with the most wins in the category when he won for a sixth time, surpassing David Canary's previous record. Geary went on to win again in 2012, thus far winning on seven occasions. Peter Bergman has been nominated on 19 occasions, more than any other actor.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Key Explanation
double-dagger Indicates the winning actor
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Macdonald Carey won two from three nominations for his role as Tom Horton on Days of our Lives.
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John Beradino was nominated twice for his role as Steve Hardy on General Hospital.
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Val Dufour won in 1977 for his role as John Wyatt on Search for Tomorrow.
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Douglass Watson received two consecutive wins for his role as Mac Cory in 1980 and 1981 on Another World.
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Stuart Damon was nominated three times for his role as Alan Quartermaine on General Hospital.
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Eric Braeden was nominated eight times, winning once in 1998 for his role as Victor Newman on The Young and the Restless.
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John McCook has been nominated twice for his role as Eric Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful.
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Christian LeBlanc won three from four nominations for his role as Michael Baldwin on The Young and the Restless.
A man with dark hair, wearing a black suit, including a black tie and white shirt.
Michael Muhney was nominated in 2013 for his role as Adam Newman on The Young and the Restless.
Billy Miller won in 2014 for his role as Billy Abbott on The Young and the Restless
Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1974
(1st)
Macdonald CareyAward winner Days of Our Lives Tom Horton
NBC
[1]
John Beradino General Hospital Steve Hardy
ABC
[6]
Peter Hansen General Hospital Lee Baldwin
ABC
1975
(2nd)
Macdonald CareyAward winner Days of Our Lives Tom Horton
NBC
[1]
John Beradino General Hospital Steve Hardy
ABC
[7]
Bill Hayes Days of Our Lives Doug Williams
NBC
1976
(3rd)
Larry HainesAward winner Search for Tomorrow Stu Bergman
CBS
[1]
John Beradino General Hospital Steve Hardy
ABC
[8]
Macdonald Carey Days of Our Lives Tom Horton
NBC
Bill Hayes Days of Our Lives Doug Williams
NBC
Michael Nouri Search for Tomorrow Steve Kaslo
CBS
Shepperd Strudwick One Life to Live Victor Lord
ABC
1977
(4th)
Val DufourAward winner Search for Tomorrow John Wyatt
CBS
[1]
Farley Granger One Life to Live Will Vernon
ABC
[9]
Larry Haines Search for Tomorrow Stu Bergman
CBS
Larry Keith All My Children Nick Davis
ABC
James Pritchett The Doctors Matt Powers
NBC
1978
(5th)
James PritchettAward winner The Doctors Matt Powers
NBC
[1]
Matthew Cowles All My Children Billy Clyde Tuggle
ABC
[10]
Larry Keith All My Children Nick Davis
ABC
Michael Levin Ryan's Hope Jack Fenelli
ABC
Andrew Robinson Ryan's Hope Frank Ryan
ABC
Michael Storm One Life to Live Larry Wolek
ABC
1979
(6th)
Al Freeman, Jr.Award winner One Life to Live Ed Hall
ABC
[11]
Jed Allan Days of Our Lives Don Craig
NBC
[12]
Nicholas Benedict All My Children Phil Brent
ABC
John Clarke Days of Our Lives Mickey Horton
NBC
Joel Crothers The Edge of Night Miles Cavanaugh
ABC
Michael Levin Ryan's Hope Jack Fenelli
ABC
1980
(7th)
Douglass WatsonAward winner Another World Mac Cory
NBC
[13]
John Gabriel Ryan's Hope Seneca Beaulac
ABC
[14]
Michael Levin Ryan's Hope Jack Fenelli
ABC
Franc Luz The Doctors John Bennett
NBC
James Mitchell All My Children Palmer Cortlandt
ABC
William Mooney All My Children Paul Martin
ABC
1981
(8th)
Douglass WatsonAward winner Another World Mac Cory
NBC
[15]
Larry Bryggman As the World Turns John Dixon
CBS
[16]
Henderson Forsythe As the World Turns David Stewart
CBS
Anthony Geary General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
James Mitchell All My Children Palmer Cortlandt
ABC
1982
(9th)
Anthony GearyAward winner General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
[17]
Larry Bryggman As the World Turns John Dixon
CBS
[18]
Stuart Damon General Hospital Alan Quartermaine
ABC
James Mitchell All My Children Palmer Cortlandt
ABC
Richard Shoberg All My Children Tom Cudahy
ABC
1983
(10th)
Robert S. WoodsAward winner One Life to Live Bo Buchanan
ABC
[19]
Peter Bergman All My Children Cliff Warner
ABC
[20]
Stuart Damon General Hospital Alan Quartermaine
ABC
Anthony Geary General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
James Mitchell All My Children Palmer Cortlandt
ABC
1984
(11th)
Larry BryggmanAward winner As the World Turns John Dixon
CBS
[21]
Joel Crothers The Edge of Night Miles Cavanaugh
ABC
[22]
Stuart Damon General Hospital Alan Quartermaine
ABC
Terry Lester The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
Larkin Malloy The Edge of Night Schuyler Whitney
ABC
James Mitchell All My Children Palmer Cortlandt
ABC
1985
(12th)
Darnell WilliamsAward winner All My Children Jesse Hubbard
ABC
[23]
Larry Bryggman As the World Turns John Dixon
CBS
[24]
David Canary All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
Terry Lester The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
James Mitchell All My Children Palmer Cortlandt
ABC
1986
(13th)
David CanaryAward winner All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
[25]
Scott Bryce As the World Turns Craig Montgomery
CBS
[26]
Larry Bryggman As the World Turns John Dixon
CBS
Nicolas Coster Santa Barbara Lionel Lockridge
NBC
Terry Lester The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
Robert S. Woods One Life to Live Bo Buchanan
ABC
1987
(14th)
Larry BryggmanAward winner As the World Turns John Dixon
CBS
[27]
Eric Braeden The Young and the Restless Victor Newman
CBS
[28]
Scott Bryce As the World Turns Craig Montgomery
CBS
Terry Lester The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
A Martinez Santa Barbara Cruz Castillo
NBC
1988
(15th)
David CanaryAward winner All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
[29]
Larry Bryggman As the World Turns John Dixon
CBS
[30]
Robert Gentry All My Children Ross Chandler
ABC
A Martinez Santa Barbara Cruz Castillo
NBC
Stephen Nichols Days of Our Lives Steve "Patch" Johnson
NBC
1989
(16th)
David CanaryAward winner All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
[31]
Larry Bryggman As the World Turns John Dixon
CBS
[32]
A Martinez Santa Barbara Cruz Castillo
NBC
James Mitchell All My Children Palmer Cortlandt
ABC
Douglass Watson Another World Mac Cory
NBC
1990
(17th)
A MartinezAward winner Santa Barbara Cruz Castillo
NBC
[33]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[34]
Eric Braeden The Young and the Restless Victor Newman
CBS
David Canary All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
Stephen Schnetzer Another World Cass Winthrop
NBC
1991
(18th)
Peter BergmanAward winner The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[35]
David Canary All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
[36]
Nicolas Coster Santa Barbara Lionel Lockridge
NBC
A Martinez Santa Barbara Cruz Castillo
NBC
James Reynolds Generations Henry Marshall
NBC
1992
(19th)
Peter BergmanAward winner The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[37]
David Canary All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
[38]
Nicolas Coster Santa Barbara Lionel Lockridge
NBC
A Martinez Santa Barbara Cruz Castillo
NBC
Michael Zaslow Guiding Light Roger Thorpe
CBS
1993
(20th)
David CanaryAward winner All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
[39]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[40]
Mark Derwin Guiding Light A.C. Mallet
CBS
A Martinez Santa Barbara Cruz Castillo
NBC
Robert S. Woods One Life to Live Bo Buchanan
ABC
Michael Zaslow Guiding Light Roger Thorpe
CBS
1994
(21st)
Michael ZaslowAward winner Guiding Light Roger Thorpe
CBS
[41]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[42]
Charles Keating Another World Carl Hutchins
NBC
Peter Simon Guiding Light Ed Bauer
CBS
Robert S. Woods One Life to Live Bo Buchanan
ABC
1995
(22nd)
Justin DeasAward winner Guiding Light Buzz Cooper
CBS
[43]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[44]
David Canary All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
Brad Maule General Hospital Tony Jones
ABC
Michael Zaslow Guiding Light Roger Thorpe
CBS
1996
(23rd)
Charles KeatingAward winner Another World Carl Hutchins
NBC
[45]
Maurice Benard General Hospital Sonny Corinthos
ABC
[46]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
Eric Braeden The Young and the Restless Victor Newman
CBS
David Canary All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
1997
(24th)
Justin DeasAward winner Guiding Light Buzz Cooper
CBS
[47]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[48]
Eric Braeden The Young and the Restless Victor Newman
CBS
David Canary All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
Anthony Geary General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
1998
(25th)
Eric BraedenAward winner The Young and the Restless Victor Newman
CBS
[49]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[50]
David Canary All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
Anthony Geary General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
Kin Shriner Port Charles Scott Baldwin
ABC
1999
(26th)
Anthony GearyAward winner General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
[51]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[52]
Eric Braeden The Young and the Restless Victor Newman
CBS
David Canary All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
Robert S. Woods One Life to Live Bo Buchanan
ABC
2000
(27th)
Anthony GearyAward winner General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
[53]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[54]
Eric Braeden The Young and the Restless Victor Newman
CBS
David Canary All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
Robert S. Woods One Life to Live Bo Buchanan
ABC
2001
(28th)
David CanaryAward winner All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
[55]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[56]
Tom Eplin As the World Turns Jake McKinnon
CBS
Jon Hensley As the World Turns Holden Snyder
CBS
John McCook The Bold and the Beautiful Eric Forrester
CBS
2002
(29th)
Peter BergmanAward winner The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[57]
Hunt Block As the World Turns Craig Montgomery
CBS
[58]
Vincent Irizarry All My Children David Hayward
ABC
Robert Newman Guiding Light Josh Lewis
CBS
Jack Scalia All My Children Chris Stamp
ABC
2003
(30th)
Maurice BenardAward winner General Hospital Sonny Corinthos
ABC
[59]
Grant Aleksander Guiding Light Phillip Spaulding
CBS
[60]
Doug Davidson The Young and the Restless Paul Williams
CBS
Anthony Geary General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
Ricky Paull Goldin Guiding Light Gus Aitoro
CBS
Thorsten Kaye Port Charles Ian Thornhart
ABC
2004
(31st)
Anthony GearyAward winner General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
[61]
Grant Aleksander Guiding Light Phillip Spaulding
CBS
[62]
Maurice Benard General Hospital Sonny Corinthos
ABC
Eric Braeden The Young and the Restless Victor Newman
CBS
Roger Howarth As the World Turns Paul Ryan
CBS
Thorsten Kaye Port Charles Ian Thornhart
ABC
2005
(32nd)
Christian LeBlancAward winner The Young and the Restless Michael Baldwin
CBS
[63]
Grant Aleksander Guiding Light Phillip Spaulding
CBS
[64]
Steve Burton General Hospital Jason Morgan
ABC
Roger Howarth As the World Turns Paul Ryan
CBS
Michael E. Knight All My Children Tad Martin
ABC
Jack Wagner The Bold and the Beautiful Nick Marone
CBS
2006
(33rd)
Anthony GearyAward winner General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
[65]
Maurice Benard General Hospital Sonny Corinthos
ABC
[66]
Thorsten Kaye All My Children Zach Slater
ABC
Robert Newman Guiding Light Josh Lewis
CBS
Ron Raines Guiding Light Alan Spaulding
CBS
2007
(34th)
Christian LeBlancAward winner The Young and the Restless Michael Baldwin
CBS
[67]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[68]
Anthony Geary General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
Ricky Paull Goldin Guiding Light Gus Aitoro
CBS
Michael Park As the World Turns Jack Snyder
CBS
2008
(35th)
Anthony GearyAward winner General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
[69]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[70]
David Canary All My Children Adam Chandler/Stuart Chandler
ABC
Christian LeBlanc The Young and the Restless Michael Baldwin
CBS
Thaao Penghlis Days of Our Lives Tony DiMera
NBC
2009
(36th)
Christian LeBlancAward winner The Young and the Restless Michael Baldwin
CBS
[71]
Daniel Cosgrove Guiding Light Bill Lewis
CBS
[72]
Anthony Geary General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
Thorsten Kaye All My Children Zach Slater
ABC
Peter Reckell Days of Our Lives Bo Brady
NBC
2010
(37th)
Michael ParkAward winner As the World Turns Jack Snyder
CBS
[73]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[74]
Doug Davidson The Young and the Restless Paul Williams
CBS
Jon Lindstrom As the World Turns Craig Montgomery
CBS
James Scott Days of Our Lives EJ DiMera
NBC
2011
(38th)
Michael ParkAward winner As the World Turns Jack Snyder
CBS
[75]
Maurice Benard General Hospital Sonny Corinthos
ABC
[76]
Ricky Paull Goldin All My Children Jake Martin
ABC
Christian LeBlanc The Young and the Restless Michael Baldwin
CBS
James Scott Days of Our Lives EJ DiMera
NBC
2012
(39th)
Anthony GearyAward winner General Hospital Luke Spencer
ABC
[77]
Maurice Benard General Hospital Sonny Corinthos
ABC
[78]
John McCook The Bold and the Beautiful Eric Forrester
CBS
Darnell Williams All My Children Jesse Hubbard
ABC
Robert S. Woods One Life to Live Bo Buchanan
ABC
2013
(40th)
Doug DavidsonAward winner The Young and the Restless Paul Williams
CBS
[79]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[80]
Michael Muhney The Young and the Restless Adam Newman
CBS
Jason Thompson General Hospital Patrick Drake
ABC
2014
(41st)
Billy MillerAward winner The Young and the Restless Billy Abbott
CBS
[81]
Peter Bergman The Young and the Restless Jack Abbott
CBS
[82]
Doug Davidson The Young and the Restless Paul Williams
CBS
Christian LeBlanc The Young and the Restless Michael Baldwin
CBS
Jason Thompson General Hospital Patrick Drake
ABC

Multiple wins/nominations[edit]

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Anthony Geary has the most wins in this category, with a total of seven, for his role as Luke Spencer on General Hospital.
Number Actor
Wins
7
Anthony Geary
5
David Canary
3 Peter Bergman
Christian LeBlanc
2 Larry Bryggman
Macdonald Carey
Justin Deas
Michael Park
Douglass Watson
Nominations
19
Peter Bergman
16
David Canary
14
Anthony Geary
8
Eric Braeden
Larry Bryggman
7
A Martinez
James Mitchell
Robert S. Woods
6
Maurice Benard
5
Christian LeBlanc
4 Doug Davidson
Thorsten Kaye
Terry Lester
Michael Zaslow
3
Grant Aleksander
John Beradino
Macdonald Carey
Nicolas Coster
Stuart Damon
Ricky Paull Goldin
Michael Levin
Michael Park
Douglass Watson
2
Scott Bryce
Joel Crothers
Justin Deas
Bill Hayes
Roger Howarth
Charles Keating
Larry Keith
John McCook
Robert Newman
James Pritchett
James Scott
Jason Thompson
Darnell Williams

Series with most awards[edit]

Wins Program
9
The Young and the Restless
8
General Hospital
6
All My Children
4
As the World Turns
3 Another World
Guiding Light
2 Days of our Lives
One Life to Live
Search for Tomorrow
1 The Doctors
Santa Barbara

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