Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

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Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
41st Daytime Emmy Awards
Awarded for Outstanding Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Country United States
Presented by
First awarded 1979
Currently held by Eric Martsolf,
Days of Our Lives (2014)
Most awards Justin Deas, (4)
Most nominations Justin Deas, (7)
Jerry Ver Dorn, (7)
Official website emmyonline.org/daytime

The Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting 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 6th Daytime Emmy Awards in 1979[1] and it is given to honor an actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a supporting role while working within the daytime drama industry. The awards ceremony was not televised in 1983 and 1984, having been criticized for voting integrity.[2][3] Following the introduction of a new category in 1985, Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series, the criteria for this category was altered, requiring all actors to be aged 26 or above.[4]

Eric Martsolf is the 2014 recipient of the award for his portrayal of Brady Black on Days of Our Lives. General Hospital is the show with the most awarded actors, with a total of nine wins. The award was first presented to Peter Hansen for his portrayal of Lee Baldwin on General Hospital.[5] Since 1994, Justin Deas holds the most wins with a total of four awards for his work on As the World Turns, Santa Barbara and Guiding Light. In 1999, Jerry Ver Dorn had reached seven nominations, surpassing Justin Deas' previous record. However Deas' reached seven nominations in 2005. In 2009, Jeff Branson and Vincent Irizarry tied for the award, which was the first tie in this category.

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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Peter Hansen was the first winner, for his role as Lee Baldwin on General Hospital in 1979.
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John Stamos was nominated in 1983 for his role as Blackie Parrish on General Hospital.
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John Wesley Shipp won in 1986 for his role as Doug Cummings on As the World Turns.
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Al Freeman Jr. was nominated three times for his role as Ed Hall on One Life to Live in 1983, 1986 and 1987.
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Henry Darrow won in 1990 for his role as Rafael Castillo on Santa Barbara.
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Rick Hearst was nominated three times for his role as Alan-Michael Spaulding on Guiding Light. He later won twice in 2004 and 2007 for his role as Ric Lansing on General Hospital including another nomination in 2005.
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Stuart Damon won in 1999 for his role as Alan Quartermaine on General Hospital including a nomination in 1996.
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Shemar Moore (pictured in 2012) won in 2000 for his role as Malcolm Winters on The Young and the Restless.
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Josh Duhamel won in 2002 for his role as Leo du Pres on All My Children including nominations in 2001 and 2003.
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Christian LeBlanc was nominated four times for his role as Michael Baldwin on The Young and the Restless in 1999, 2000, 2003 and 2004.
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Cameron Mathison was nominated twice for his role as Ryan Lavery on All My Children in 2002 and 2005.
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Billy Miller was nominated three times, winning in 2010 and 2013 for his role as Billy Abbott on The Young and the Restless.
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Bradford Anderson was nominated four times for his role as Damian Spinelli on General Hospital .
Scott Clifton was nominated twice, winning in 2013 for his role as Liam Spencer on The Bold and the Beautiful.
Eric Martsolf won in 2014 for his role as Brady Black on Days of Our Lives
Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1979
(6th)
Peter HansenAward winner General Hospital Lee Baldwin
ABC
[5]
Lewis Arlt Search for Tomorrow David Sutton
CBS
[1]
Bernard Barrow Ryan's Hope Johnny Ryan
ABC
Ron Hale Ryan's Hope Roger Coleridge
ABC
Joseph Gallison Days of Our Lives Neil Curtis
NBC
Mandel Kramer The Edge of Night Bill Marceau
ABC
1980
(7th)
Warren BurtonAward winner All My Children Eddie Dorrance
ABC
[6]
Vasili Bogazianos The Edge of Night Mickey Dials
ABC
[7]
Ron Hale Ryan's Hope Roger Coleridge
ABC
Julius La Rosa Another World Renaldo
NBC
Shepperd Strudwick Love of Life Timothy McCauley
CBS
1981
(8th)
Larry HainesAward winner Search for Tomorrow Stu Bergman
CBS
[8]
Richard Backus Ryan's Hope Barry Ryan
ABC
[9]
Matthew Cowles All My Children Billy Clyde Tuggle
ABC
Justin Deas As the World Turns Tom Hughes
CBS
William Mooney All My Children Paul Martin
ABC
1982
(9th)
David LewisAward winner General Hospital Edward Quartermaine
ABC
[10]
Gerald Anthony One Life to Live Marco Dane
ABC
[11]
Douglas Sheehan General Hospital Joe Kelly
ABC
Darnell Williams All My Children Jesse Hubbard
ABC
1983
(10th)
Darnell WilliamsAward winner All My Children Jesse Hubbard
ABC
[12]
Anthony Call One Life to Live Herb Callison
ABC
[13]
Al Freeman, Jr. One Life to Live Ed Hall
ABC
David Lewis General Hospital Edward Quartermaine
ABC
Howard E. Rollins, Jr. Another World Ed Harding
NBC
John Stamos General Hospital Blackie Parrish
ABC
1984
(11th)
Justin DeasAward winner As the World Turns Tom Hughes
CBS
[14]
Anthony Call One Life to Live Herb Callison
ABC
[15]
Louis Edmonds All My Children Langley Wallingford
ABC
David Lewis General Hospital Edward Quartermaine
ABC
Paul Stevens Another World Brian Bancroft
NBC
1985
(12th)
Larry GatesAward winner Guiding Light H.B. Lewis
CBS
[16]
Anthony Call One Life to Live Herb Callison
ABC
[17]
Louis Edmonds All My Children Langley Wallingford
ABC
David Lewis General Hospital Edward Quartermaine
ABC
Robert LuPone All My Children Zach Grayson
ABC
1986
(13th)
John Wesley ShippAward winner As the World Turns Doug Cummings
CBS
[18]
Louis Edmonds All My Children Langley Wallingford
ABC
[19]
Larry Gates Guiding Light H.B. Lewis
CBS
Al Freeman, Jr. One Life to Live Ed Hall
ABC
Gregg Marx As the World Turns Tom Hughes
CBS
1987
(14th)
Gregg MarxAward winner As the World Turns Tom Hughes
CBS
[20]
Anthony Call One Life to Live Herb Callison
ABC
[21]
Justin Deas Santa Barbara Keith Timmons
NBC
Richard Eden Santa Barbara Brick Wallace
NBC
Al Freeman, Jr. One Life to Live Ed Hall
ABC
1988
(15th)
Justin DeasAward winner Santa Barbara Keith Timmons
NBC
[22]
Bernard Barrow Ryan's Hope Johnny Ryan
ABC
[23]
Nicolas Coster Santa Barbara Lionel Lockridge
NBC
Mark LaMura All My Children Mark Dalton
ABC
David Lewis General Hospital Edward Quartermaine
ABC
1989
(16th)
Justin DeasAward winner Santa Barbara Keith Timmons
NBC
[24]
Joseph Campanella Days of Our Lives Harper Deveraux
NBC
[25]
David Forsyth Another World John Hudson
NBC
Quinn Redeker The Young and the Restless Rex Sterling
CBS
1990
(17th)
Henry DarrowAward winner Santa Barbara Rafael Castillo
NBC
[26]
Robert Gentry All My Children Ross Chandler
ABC
[27]
Quinn Redeker The Young and the Restless Rex Sterling
CBS
Kin Shriner General Hospital Scott Baldwin
ABC
Kristoff St. John Generations Adam Marshall
NBC
Jerry verDorn Guiding Light Ross Marler
CBS
1991
(18th)
Bernard BarrowAward winner Loving Louie Slavinski
ABC
[28]
William Christian All My Children Derek Frye
ABC
[29]
Stuart Damon General Hospital Alan Quartermaine
ABC
William Roerick Guiding Light Henry Chamberlain
CBS
Kin Shriner General Hospital Scott Baldwin
ABC
Jerry verDorn Guiding Light Ross Marler
CBS
1992
(19th)
Thom ChristopherAward winner One Life to Live Carlo Hesser
ABC
[30]
Bernard Barrow Loving Louie Slavinski
ABC
[31]
Rick Hearst Guiding Light Alan-Michael Spaulding
CBS
Charles Keating Another World Carl Hutchins
NBC
Jerry verDorn Guiding Light Ross Marler
CBS
1993
(20th)
Gerald AnthonyAward winner General Hospital Marco Dane
ABC
[32]
Thom Christopher One Life to Live Mortimer Bern
ABC
[33]
Rick Hearst Guiding Light Alan-Michael Spaulding
CBS
Charles Keating Another World Carl Hutchins
NBC
Kin Shriner General Hospital Scott Baldwin
ABC
1994
(21st)
Justin DeasAward winner Guiding Light Buzz Cooper
CBS
[34]
Ian Buchanan The Bold and the Beautiful James Warwick
CBS
[35]
Thom Christopher Loving Dante Patroue
ABC
Patrick Tovatt As the World Turns Cal Stricklyn
CBS
Jerry verDorn Guiding Light Ross Marler
CBS
1995
(22nd)
Jerry verDornAward winner Guiding Light Ross Marler
CBS
[36]
Ian Buchanan The Bold and the Beautiful James Warwick
CBS
[37]
Keith Hamilton Cobb All My Children Noah Keefer
ABC
Rick Hearst Guiding Light Alan-Michael Spaulding
CBS
Roger Howarth One Life to Live Todd Manning
ABC
1996
(23rd)
Jerry verDornAward winner Guiding Light Ross Marler
CBS
[38]
Frank Beaty Guiding Light Brent Lawrence
CBS
[39]
Ian Buchanan The Bold and the Beautiful James Warwick
CBS
Stuart Damon General Hospital Alan Quartermaine
ABC
David Forsyth Another World John Hudson
NBC
Michael Sutton General Hospital Stone Cates
ABC
1997
(24th)
Ian BuchananAward winner The Bold and the Beautiful James Warwick
CBS
[40]
Maurice Benard General Hospital Sonny Corinthos
ABC
[41]
Stuart Damon General Hospital Alan Quartermaine
ABC
Brad Maule General Hospital Tony Jones
ABC
Aaron Lustig The Young and the Restless Tim Reid
CBS
Scott Reeves The Young and the Restless Ryan McNeil
CBS
1998
(25th)
Steve BurtonAward winner General Hospital Jason Morgan
ABC
[42]
Grant Aleksander Guiding Light Phillip Spaulding
CBS
[43]
Ian Buchanan The Bold and the Beautiful James Warwick
CBS
Michael E. Knight All My Children Tad Martin
ABC
Scott Reeves The Young and the Restless Ryan McNeil
CBS
1999
(26th)
Stuart DamonAward winner General Hospital Alan Quartermaine
ABC
[44]
Michael E. Knight All My Children Tad Martin
ABC
[45]
Christian LeBlanc The Young and the Restless Michael Baldwin
CBS
Kristoff St. John The Young and the Restless Neil Winters
CBS
Jerry verDorn Guiding Light Ross Marler
CBS
2000
(27th)
Shemar MooreAwards winner The Young and the Restless Malcolm Winters
CBS
[46]
Steve Burton General Hospital Jason Morgan
ABC
[47]
Timothy Gibbs One Life to Live Kevin Buchanan
ABC
Christian LeBlanc The Young and the Restless Michael Baldwin
CBS
Kristoff St. John The Young and the Restless Neil Winters
CBS
2001
(28th)
Michael E. KnightAwards winner All My Children Tad Martin
ABC
[48]
Hunt Block As the World Turns Craig Montgomery
CBS
[49]
Josh Duhamel All My Children Leo du Pres
ABC
Benjamin Hendrickson As the World Turns Hal Munson
CBS
Michael Park As the World Turns Jack Snyder
CBS
2002
(29th)
Josh DuhamelAwards winner All My Children Leo du Pres
ABC
[50]
Mark Consuelos All My Children Mateo Santos
ABC
[51]
Benjamin Hendrickson As the World Turns Hal Munson
CBS
Paul Leyden As the World Turns Simon Frasier
CBS
Cameron Mathison All My Children Ryan Lavery
ABC
2003
(30th)
Benjamin HendricksonAwards winner As the World Turns Hal Munson
CBS
[52]
Josh Duhamel All My Children Leo du Pres
ABC
[53]
Christian LeBlanc The Young and the Restless Michael Baldwin
CBS
Ron Raines Guiding Light Alan Spaulding
CBS
Paul Anthony Stewart Guiding Light Danny Santos
CBS
2004
(31st)
Rick HearstAwards winner General Hospital Ric Lansing
ABC
[54]
William deVry All My Children Michael Cambias
ABC
[55]
Christian LeBlanc The Young and the Restless Michael Baldwin
CBS
Ron Raines Guiding Light Alan Spaulding
CBS
James Reynolds Days of Our Lives Abe Carver
NBC
2005
(32nd)
Greg RikaartAwards winner The Young and the Restless Kevin Fisher
CBS
[56]
Jeff Branson All My Children Jonathan Lavery
ABC
[57]
Tyler Christopher General Hospital Nikolas Cassadine
ABC
Justin Deas Guiding Light Buzz Cooper
CBS
Rick Hearst General Hospital Ric Lansing
ABC
Cameron Mathison All My Children Ryan Lavery
ABC
2006
(33rd)
Jordan ClarkeAwards winner Guiding Light Billy Lewis
CBS
[58]
Tyler Christopher General Hospital Nikolas Cassadine
ABC
[59]
Trent Dawson As the World Turns Henry Coleman
CBS
Grayson McCouch As the World Turns Dusty Donovan
CBS
Greg Rikaart The Young and the Restless Kevin Fisher
CBS
2007
(34th)
Rick HearstAwards winner General Hospital Ric Lansing
ABC
[60]
Trent Dawson As the World Turns Henry Coleman
CBS
[61]
Dan Gauthier One Life to Live Kevin Buchanan
CBS
Greg Rikaart The Young and the Restless Kevin Fisher
CBS
Kristoff St. John The Young and the Restless Neil Winters
CBS
2008
(35th)
Kristoff St. John Awards winner The Young and the Restless Neil Winters
CBS
[62]
Daniel Cosgrove Guiding Light Bill Lewis
CBS
[63]
Trent Dawson As the World Turns Henry Coleman
CBS
Brian Kerwin One Life to Live Charlie Banks
CBS
Greg Rikaart The Young and the Restless Kevin Fisher
CBS
2009
(36th)
Jeff BransonAwards winner Guiding Light Shayne Lewis
CBS
[64]
Vincent IrizarryAwards winner All My Children David Hayward
ABC
Bradford Anderson General Hospital Damian Spinelli
ABC
[65]
Van Hansis As the World Turns Luke Snyder
CBS
Jacob Young All My Children JR Chandler
ABC
2010
(37th)
Billy Miller Awards winner The Young and the Restless Billy Abbott
CBS
[66]
Bradford Anderson General Hospital Damian Spinelli
ABC
[67]
Ricky Paull Goldin All My Children Jake Martin
ABC
Jonathan Jackson General Hospital Lucky Spencer
ABC
Brian Kerwin One Life to Live Charlie Banks
ABC
2011
(38th)
Jonathan Jackson Awards winner General Hospital Lucky Spencer
ABC
[68]
Doug Davidson The Young and the Restless Paul Williams
CBS
[69]
Brian Kerwin One Life to Live Charlie Banks
ABC
Billy Miller The Young and the Restless Billy Abbott
CBS
Jason Thompson General Hospital Patrick Drake
ABC
2012
(39th)
Jonathan Jackson Awards winner General Hospital Lucky Spencer
ABC
[70]
Bradford Anderson General Hospital Damian Spinelli
ABC
[71]
Matthew Ashford Days of Our Lives Jack Deveraux
NBC
Sean Blakemore General Hospital Shawn Butler
ABC
Jason Thompson General Hospital Patrick Drake
ABC
2013
(40th)
Scott CliftonAwards winner The Bold and the Beautiful Liam Spencer
CBS
[72]
Billy MillerAwards winner The Young and the Restless Billy Abbott
CBS
Bradford Anderson General Hospital Damian Spinelli
ABC
[73]
Jeff Branson The Young and the Restless Ronan Malloy
CBS
2014
(41st)
Eric MartsolfAwards winner Days of Our Lives Brady Black
NBC
[74]
Bradford Anderson General Hospital Damian Spinelli
ABC
[75]
Steve Burton The Young and the Restless Dylan McAvoy
CBS
Scott Clifton The Bold and the Beautiful Liam Spencer
CBS
Dominic Zamprogna General Hospital Dante Falconeri
ABC

Multiple wins/nominations[edit]

Number Actor
Wins
4 Justin Deas
2 Jerry verDorn
Rick Hearst
Jonathan Jackson
Billy Miller
Nominations
7 Justin Deas
Jerry verDorn
6
Rick Hearst
5 Bradford Anderson
Ian Buchanan
David Lewis
Kristoff St. John
4 Bernard Barrow
Greg Rikaart
3 Jeff Branson
Steve Burton
Thom Christopher
Trent Dawson
Josh Duhamel
Louis Edmonds
Al Freeman, Jr.
Benjamin Hendrickson
Jonathan Jackson
Brian Kerwin
Michael E. Knight
Christian LeBlanc
Billy Miller
Kin Shriner
2 Grant Aleksander
Tyler Christopher
Scott Clifton
Stuart Damon
David Forsyth
Larry Gates
Ron Hale
Charles Keating
Gregg Marx
Cameron Mathison
Ron Raines
Quinn Redeker
Scott Reeves
Jason Thompson
Darnell Williams

Series with most awards[edit]

Wins Series
9
General Hospital
6
Guiding Light
5
All My Children
The Young and the Restless
4
As the World Turns
3
Santa Barbara
2
The Bold and the Beautiful
1
Another World
Days of our Lives
Loving
One Life to Live
Search for Tomorrow

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