Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

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Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
41st Daytime Emmy Awards
Awarded for Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Country United States
Presented by NATAS/ATAS
First awarded May 21, 1974
Currently held by Eileen Davidson,
Days of our Lives (2014)
Most awards Erika Slezak, (6)
Most nominations Susan Lucci, (21)
Official website emmyonline.org/daytime

The Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress 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 in 1974 and is given to honor an actress 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 actresses in leading and supporting roles. Following the introduction of a new category in 1979, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, the award's name was altered to Outstanding Actress 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 voting integrity.[3][4] In 1985, another category was introduced, Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series, one criterion for this category was altered, requiring all actresses to be aged 26 or above.[5]

Eileen Davidson is the 2014 recipient of the award for her portrayal of Kristen DiMera on Days of our Lives. One Life to Live is the show with the most awarded actresses, with a total of eleven. In 1995, Erika Slezak became the actress with the most wins in the category when she won a fourth time, surpassing Helen Gallagher's previous record of three; Slezak went on to win in two additional years, ultimately receiving six wins. Susan Flannery and Kim Zimmer have since received four wins each. Susan Lucci has been nominated on 21 occasions, more than any other actress.

Winners and nominees[edit]

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Elizabeth Hubbard was the first winner for her role as Althea Davis on The Doctors. She was then later nominated eight times for her role as Lucinda Walsh on As the World Turns.
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Susan Flannery won 1975 for her role as Laura Horton on Days of our Lives. She later received three wins from nine nominations for her role as Stephanie Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful.
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Susan Seaforth Hayes has been nominated four times for her role as Julie Olson Williams on Days of our Lives.
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Helen Gallagher was nominated five times and won three times for her role as Maeve Ryan on Ryan's Hope.
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Judith Light won twice for her role as Karen Wolek on One Life to Live.
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Leslie Charleson has been nominated four times for her role as Monica Quartermaine on General Hospital.
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Robin Strasser was nominated four times and won in 1982 for her role as Dorian Cramer on One Life to Live.
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Peggy McCay was nominated twice for her role as Caroline Brady on Days of our Lives.
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Finola Hughes was nominated twice and won in 1991 for her work on General Hospital. She was later nominated twice again for her work on All My Children.
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Julia Barr has been nominated six times for her role as Brooke English on All My Children.
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Cynthia Watros won in 1998 for her role as Annie Dutton on Guiding Light.
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Michelle Stafford was nominated eight times and won in 2004 for her role as Phyllis Summers on The Young and the Restless.
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Crystal Chappell was nominated three times for her role as Olivia Spencer on Guiding Light. She was later nominated once again for her role as Carly Manning in 2012 on Days of our Lives.
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Jeanne Cooper has been nominated nine times and won in 2008 for her role as Katherine Chancellor on The Young and the Restless.
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Susan Haskell won in 2009 for her role as Marty Saybrooke on One Life to Live.
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Maura West (left) won twice from five nominations for her role as Carly Tenney on As the World Turns.
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Laura Wright was won once and was nominated twice for her role as Carly Corinthos Jacks on General Hospital.
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Heather Tom won twice out of her three nominations for her role as Katie Logan Spencer on The Bold and the Beautiful.
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Eileen Davidson was nominated in 1998 and won in 2014 for her role as Kristen DiMera on Days of Our Lives. She was also nominated once in 2003 for her role as Ashley Abbott on The Young and the Restless.

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

Key Explanation
double-dagger Indicates the winning actress.
Year Actress Program Role Network Ref
1974
(1st)
Elizabeth HubbardAward winner The Doctors Althea Davis
NBC
[1]
Rachel Ames General Hospital Audrey Hardy
ABC
[6]
Mary Fickett All My Children Ruth Martin
ABC
Mary Stuart Search for Tomorrow Joanne Vincente
CBS
1975
(2nd)
Susan FlanneryAward winner Days of Our Lives Laura Horton
NBC
[1]
Rachel Ames General Hospital Audrey Hardy
ABC
[7]
Susan Seaforth Days of Our Lives Julie Banning
NBC
Ruth Warrick All My Children Phoebe Tyler
ABC
1976
(3rd)
Helen GallagherAward winner Ryan's Hope Maeve Ryan
ABC
[1]
Denise Alexander General Hospital Dr. Lesley Williams
ABC
[8]
Susan Seaforth Hayes Days of Our Lives Julie Anderson
NBC
Frances Heflin All My Children Mona Kane
ABC
Mary Stuart Search for Tomorrow Joanne Vincente
CBS
1977
(4th)
Helen GallagherAward winner Ryan's Hope Maeve Ryan
ABC
[1]
Nancy Addison Ryan's Hope Jillian Coleridge
ABC
[9]
Beverlee McKinsey Another World Iris Carrington
NBC
Mary Stuart Search for Tomorrow Joanne Vincente
CBS
Ruth Warrick All My Children Phoebe Tyler
ABC
1978
(5th)
Laurie HeinemanAward winner Another World Sharlene Frame
NBC
[1]
Mary Fickett All My Children Ruth Martin
ABC
[10]
Jennifer Harmon One Life to Live Cathy Craig
ABC
Susan Seaforth Hayes Days of Our Lives Julie Williams
NBC
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
Beverlee McKinsey Another World Iris Bancroft
NBC
Victoria Wyndham Another World Rachel Cory
NBC
1979
(6th)
Irene DaileyAward winner Another World Liz Matthews
NBC
[11]
Nancy Addison Ryan's Hope Jill Coleridge
ABC
[12]
Helen Gallagher Ryan's Hope Maeve Ryan
ABC
Susan Seaforth Hayes Days of Our Lives Julie Williams
NBC
Beverlee McKinsey Another World Iris Bancroft
NBC
Victoria Wyndham Another World Rachel Cory
NBC
1980
(7th)
Judith LightAward winner One Life to Live Karen Wolek
ABC
[13]
Julia Barr All My Children Brooke English
ABC
[14]
Leslie Charleson General Hospital Monica Quartermaine
ABC
Kim Hunter The Edge of Night Nola Madison
ABC
Beverlee McKinsey Another World Iris Bancroft
NBC
Kathleen Noone All My Children Ellen Dalton
ABC
1981
(8th)
Judith LightAward winner One Life to Live Karen Wolek
ABC
[15]
Julia Barr All My Children Brooke English
ABC
[16]
Helen Gallagher Ryan's Hope Maeve Ryan
ABC
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
Robin Strasser One Life to Live Dorian Cramer Lord
ABC
1982
(9th)
Robin StrasserAward winner One Life to Live Dorian Lord Callison
ABC
[17]
Leslie Charleson General Hospital Monica Quartermaine
ABC
[18]
Ann Flood The Edge of Night Nancy Pollock
ABC
Sharon Gabet The Edge of Night Raven Whitney
ABC
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
1983
(10th)
Dorothy LymanAward winner All My Children Opal Gardner
ABC
[19]
Leslie Charleson General Hospital Monica Quartermaine
ABC
[20]
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
Erika Slezak One Life to Live Viki Riley
ABC
Robin Strasser One Life to Live Dorian Cramer Lord
ABC
1984
(11th)
Erika SlezakAward winner One Life to Live Victoria Lord Buchanan
ABC
[21]
Ann Flood The Edge of Night Nancy Pollock
ABC
[22]
Sharon Gabet The Edge of Night Raven Whitney
ABC
Deidre Hall Days of Our Lives Marlena Evans
NBC
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
1985
(12th)
Kim ZimmerAward winner Guiding Light Reva Shayne
CBS
[23]
Deidre Hall Days of Our Lives Marlena Evans
NBC
[24]
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
Gillian Spencer All My Children Daisy Cortlandt
ABC
Robin Strasser One Life to Live Dorian Cramer Lord
ABC
1986
(13th)
Erika SlezakAward winner One Life to Live Victoria Lord Buchanan
ABC
[25]
Elizabeth Hubbard As the World Turns Lucinda Walsh
CBS
[26]
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
Peggy McCay Days of Our Lives Caroline Brady
NBC
Kim Zimmer Guiding Light Reva Shayne
CBS
1987
(14th)
Kim ZimmerAward winner Guiding Light Reva Shayne
CBS
[27]
Elizabeth Hubbard As the World Turns Lucinda Walsh
CBS
[28]
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
Frances Reid Days of Our Lives Alice Horton
NBC
Marcy Walker Santa Barbara Eden Capwell
NBC
1988
(15th)
Helen GallagherAward winner Ryan's Hope Maeve Ryan
ABC
[29]
Elizabeth Hubbard As the World Turns Lucinda Walsh
CBS
[30]
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
Erika Slezak One Life to Live Victoria Lord Buchanan
ABC
Marcy Walker Santa Barbara Eden Capwell
NBC
1989
(16th)
Marcy WalkerAward winner Santa Barbara Eden Capwell
NBC
[31]
Jeanne Cooper The Young and the Restless Katherine Chancellor
CBS
[32]
Elizabeth Hubbard As the World Turns Lucinda Walsh
CBS
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
1990
(17th)
Kim ZimmerAward winner Guiding Light Reva Shayne
CBS
[33]
Jeanne Cooper The Young and the Restless Katherine Chancellor
CBS
[34]
Elizabeth Hubbard As the World Turns Lucinda Walsh
CBS
Finola Hughes General Hospital Anna Devane
ABC
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
1991
(18th)
Finola HughesAward winner General Hospital Anna Devane
ABC
[35]
Julia Barr All My Children Brooke English
ABC
[36]
Jeanne Cooper The Young and the Restless Katherine Chancellor
CBS
Elizabeth Hubbard As the World Turns Lucinda Walsh
CBS
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
1992
(19th)
Erika SlezakAward winner One Life to Live Victoria Buchanan
ABC
[37]
Jeanne Cooper The Young and the Restless Katherine Chancellor
CBS
[38]
Elizabeth Hubbard As the World Turns Lucinda Walsh
CBS
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
Jessica Tuck One Life to Live Megan Gordon Harrison
ABC
1993
(20th)
Linda DanoAward winner Another World Felicia Gallant
NBC
[39]
Julia Barr All My Children Brooke English
ABC
[40]
Ellen Dolan As the World Turns Margo Hughes
CBS
Maeve Kinkead Guiding Light Vanessa Chamberlain
CBS
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
1994
(21st)
Hillary B. SmithAward winner One Life to Live Nora Hanen Gannon
ABC
[41]
Julia Barr All My Children Brooke English
ABC
[42]
Linda Dano Another World Felicia Gallant
NBC
Fiona Hutchison Guiding Light Jenna Bradshaw
CBS
Kathleen Widdoes As the World Turns Emma Snyder
CBS
1995
(22nd)
Erika SlezakAward winner One Life to Live Victoria Lord Carpenter
ABC
[43]
Leslie Charleson General Hospital Monica Quartermaine
ABC
[44]
Marj Dusay Guiding Light Alexandra Spaulding
CBS
Maeve Kinkead Guiding Light Vanessa Chamberlain
CBS
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
1996
(23rd)
Erika SlezakAward winner One Life to Live Victoria Lord Carpenter
ABC
[45]
Jensen Buchanan Another World Vicky Hudson
NBC
[46]
Linda Dano Another World Felicia Gallant
NBC
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
Jess Walton The Young and the Restless Jill Abbott
CBS
1997
(24th)
Jess WaltonAward winner The Young and the Restless Jill Abbott
CBS
[47]
Jensen Buchanan Another World Vicky Hudson
NBC
[48]
Genie Francis General Hospital Laura Spencer
ABC
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
1998
(25th)
Cynthia WatrosAward winner Guiding Light Annie Dutton
CBS
[49]
Eileen Davidson Days of Our Lives Kristen Blake
NBC
[50]
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
Jacklyn Zeman General Hospital Bobbie Spencer
ABC
Kim Zimmer Guiding Light Reva Shayne
CBS
1999
(26th)
Susan LucciAward winner All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
[51]
Jeanne Cooper The Young and the Restless Katherine Chancellor
CBS
[52]
Elizabeth Hubbard As the World Turns Lucinda Walsh
CBS
Melody Thomas Scott The Young and the Restless Nikki Newman
CBS
Kim Zimmer Guiding Light Reva Shayne
CBS
2000
(27th)
Susan FlanneryAward winner The Bold and the Beautiful Stephanie Forrester
CBS
[53]
Jeanne Cooper The Young and the Restless Katherine Chancellor
CBS
[54]
Finola Hughes All My Children Alex Devane
ABC
Hillary B. Smith One Life to Live Nora Hanen
ABC
Jess Walton The Young and the Restless Jill Abbott
CBS
2001
(28th)
Martha ByrneAward winner As the World Turns Lily Walsh Snyder/Rose D'Angelo
CBS
[55]
Julia Barr All My Children Brooke English
ABC
[56]
Susan Flannery The Bold and the Beautiful Stephanie Forrester
CBS
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
Marcy Walker All My Children Liza Colby
ABC
2002
(29th)
Susan FlanneryAward winner The Bold and the Beautiful Stephanie Forrester
CBS
[57]
Martha Byrne As the World Turns Lily Walsh Snyder/Rose D'Angelo
CBS
[58]
Finola Hughes All My Children Alex Devane/Anna Devane
ABC
Susan Lucci All My Children Erica Kane
ABC
Colleen Zenk Pinter As the World Turns Barbara Ryan
CBS
2003
(30th)
Susan FlanneryAward winner The Bold and the Beautiful Stephanie Forrester
CBS
[59]
Eileen Davidson The Young and the Restless Ashley Abbott
CBS
[60]
Nancy Lee Grahn General Hospital Alexis Davis
ABC
Michelle Stafford The Young and the Restless Phyllis Summers Abbott
CBS
Kim Zimmer Guiding Light Reva Shayne Lewis
CBS
2004
(31st)
Michelle StaffordAward winner The Young and the Restless Phyllis Summers Abbott
CBS
[61]
Tamara Braun General Hospital Carly Corinthos
ABC
[62]
Nancy Lee Grahn General Hospital Alexis Davis
ABC
Maura West As the World Turns Carly Tenney Snyder
CBS
Kim Zimmer Guiding Light Reva Shayne Lewis
CBS
2005
(32nd)
Erika SlezakAward winner One Life to Live Victoria Davidson
ABC
[63]
Martha Byrne As the World Turns Lily Walsh Snyder
CBS
[64]
Kassie DePaiva One Life to Live Blair Cramer
ABC
Susan Flannery The Bold and the Beautiful Stephanie Forrester
CBS
Nancy Lee Grahn General Hospital Alexis Davis
ABC
Juliet Mills Passions Tabitha Lenox
NBC
Michelle Stafford The Young and the Restless Phyllis Summers Abbott
CBS
Kim Zimmer Guiding Light Reva Shayne Lewis
CBS
2006
(33rd)
Kim ZimmerAward winner Guiding Light Reva Shayne Lewis
CBS
[65]
Bobbie Eakes All My Children Krystal Carey
ABC
[66]
Beth Ehlers Guiding Light Harley Cooper
CBS
Susan Flannery The Bold and the Beautiful Stephanie Forrester
CBS
Kelly Monaco General Hospital Sam McCall
ABC
2007
(34th)
Maura WestAward winner As the World Turns Carly Tenney Snyder
CBS
[67]
Crystal Chappell Guiding Light Olivia Spencer
CBS
[68]
Jeanne Cooper The Young and the Restless Katherine Chancellor
CBS
Michelle Stafford The Young and the Restless Phyllis Summers Newman
CBS
Kim Zimmer Guiding Light Reva Shayne Lewis
CBS
2008
(35th)
Jeanne CooperAward winner The Young and the Restless Katherine Chancellor
CBS
[69]
Crystal Chappell Guiding Light Olivia Spencer
CBS
[70]
Nicole Forester Guiding Light Cassie Winslow Lewis
CBS
Michelle Stafford The Young and the Restless Phyllis Summers Newman
CBS
Maura West As the World Turns Carly Tenney Snyder
CBS
2009
(36th)
Susan HaskellAward winner One Life to Live Marty Saybrooke
ABC
[71]
Jeanne Cooper The Young and the Restless Katherine Chancellor
CBS
[72]
Susan Flannery The Bold and the Beautiful Stephanie Forrester
CBS
Debbi Morgan All My Children Angie Hubbard
ABC
Maura West As the World Turns Carly Tenney
CBS
2010
(37th)
Maura WestAward winner As the World Turns Carly Tenney
CBS
[73]
Sarah Brown General Hospital Claudia Zacchara Corinthos
ABC
[74]
Crystal Chappell Guiding Light Olivia Spencer
CBS
Bobbie Eakes All My Children Krystal Carey
ABC
Michelle Stafford The Young and the Restless Phyllis Newman
CBS
2011
(38th)
Laura WrightAward winner General Hospital Carly Corinthos Jacks
ABC
[75]
Susan Flannery The Bold and the Beautiful Stephanie Forrester
CBS
[76]
Alicia Minshew All My Children Kendall Slater
ABC
Debbi Morgan All My Children Angie Hubbard
ABC
Michelle Stafford The Young and the Restless Phyllis Summers
CBS
Colleen Zenk As the World Turns Barbara Ryan
CBS
2012
(39th)
Heather TomAward winner The Bold and the Beautiful Katie Logan Spencer
CBS
[77]
Crystal Chappell Days of Our Lives Dr. Carly Manning
NBC
[78]
Debbi Morgan All My Children Angie Hubbard
ABC
Erika Slezak One Life to Live Viki Lord
ABC
Laura Wright General Hospital Carly Corinthos Jacks
ABC
2013
(40th)
Heather TomAward winner The Bold and the Beautiful Katie Logan Spencer
CBS
[79]
Susan Flannery The Bold and the Beautiful Stephanie Forrester
CBS
[80]
Peggy McCay Days of Our Lives Caroline Brady
NBC
Michelle Stafford The Young and the Restless Phyllis Summers Newman
CBS
2014
(41st)
Eileen DavidsonAward winner Days of our Lives Kristen DiMera
NBC
[81]
Katherine Kelly Lang The Bold and the Beautiful Brooke Logan
CBS
[82]
Heather Tom The Bold and the Beautiful Katie Logan
CBS
Arianne Zucker Days of our Lives Nicole Walker
NBC

Multiple wins/nominations[edit]

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Erika Slezak (left) has received the most wins for her role as Victoria Lord on One Life to Live.
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Susan Lucci has received the most nominations in this category, with a total of twenty-one for her portrayal of Erica Kane on All My Children, winning once in 1999.
Number Actress
Wins
6
Erika Slezak
4 Susan Flannery
Kim Zimmer
3
Helen Gallagher
2 Judith Light
Heather Tom
Maura West
Nominations
21
Susan Lucci
11
Kim Zimmer
10
Susan Flannery
9
Jeanne Cooper
Elizabeth Hubbard
Erika Slezak
8
Michelle Stafford
6
Julia Barr
Mary Stuart
5
Helen Gallagher
Maura West
4
Crystal Chappell
Leslie Charleson
Susan Seaforth Hayes
Finola Hughes
Beverlee McKinsey
Robin Strasser
Marcy Walker
3
Martha Byrne
Eileen Davidson
Linda Dano
Nancy Lee Grahn
Debbi Morgan
Heather Tom
Jess Walton
2
Nancy Addison
Rachel Ames
Bobbie Eakes
Ann Flood
Sharon Gabet
Deidre Hall
Judith Light
Peggy McCay
Hillary B. Smith
Heather Tom
Ruth Warrick
Laura Wright
Victoria Wyndham
Colleen Zenk

Series with most awards[edit]

Wins Series
11
One Life to Live
5 Guiding Light
The Bold and the Beautiful
3 Another World
As the World Turns
Ryan's Hope
The Young and the Restless
2 All My Children
Days of our Lives
General Hospital
1 The Doctors
Santa Barbara

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