Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series

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Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series
40th Daytime Emmy Awards
Awarded for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Drama Series, Age 25 or Younger
Country United States
Presented by NATAS/ATAS
First awarded 1985
Currently held by Chandler Massey
Days of our Lives (2013)
Most awards Jonathan Jackson, (3)
Most nominations Jonathan Jackson, (6)
Official website emmyonline.org/daytime

The Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger 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 12th Daytime Emmy Awards, held in 1985 and is given to honor a young actor below the age of 25, who has delivered an outstanding performance in a role while working within the daytime drama industry. The awards ceremony had not been aired on television for the prior two years, having been criticized for voting integrity.[1] The award category was originally called Outstanding Young Man or Outstanding Juvenile Male in a Drama Series, and began using its current title in 1991. Years before this category was introduced, networks declined to broadcast the show during a time of voting integrity rumors and waning interest.[2] Confusion rose around the criteria of the new category due to the varying ages of the nominees. Within the first set of nominees, Brian Bloom became the youngest actor nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award at the time at age 15,[2] while the other actors nominated in the category were over 25.[3] The criteria were later altered, requiring that the actor be aged 25 or below.[4]

Chandler Massey is the 2013 recipient of the award for his portrayal of Will Horton, on Days of our Lives. Guiding Light has the most recipients of this award, with a total of seven wins. Since 1999, Jonathan Jackson has held the most wins with a total of three from six nominations for his role as Lucky Spencer on General Hospital. In 2000, Jackson also became the actor to have received the most nominations, surpassing Bryan Buffington's previous record of five. Scott Clifton, Bryton James, David Lago and Joshua Morrow have also received five nominations each.

Winners and nominees[edit]

A man with dark hair, wearing a suit, including a bow tie.
Jon Hensley at the 2010 Daytime Emmy Awards. Hensley was nominated twice for his role as Holden Snyder on As the World Turns.
Rick Hearst won in 1991 for his role as Alan-Michael Spaulding on Guiding Light.
Dondre Whitfield was nominated three times for his role as Terrence Frye on All My Children.
Joshua Morrow (left) was nominated five times for his role as Nicholas Newman on The Young and the Restless.
Jensen Ackles was nominated three times for his role as Eric Brady on Days of our Lives.
Jacob Young was nominated once for his role as Rick Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful before winning in 2002 for his role as Lucky Spencer on General Hospital.
Jesse McCartney was nominated twice for his role as JR Chandler on All My Children.
Scott Clifton was nominated three times for his role as Dillon Quartermaine on General Hospital and once for his role as Schuyler Joplin on One Life to Live before winning in 2011 for his role as Liam Cooper on The Bold and the Beautiful.
Darin Brooks was nominated in 2008 and won in 2009 for his role as Max Brady on Days of our Lives.
Drew Tyler Bell (right) won in 2010 for his role as Thomas Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful.
Chandler Massey is the first actor to receive the award for portraying a gay character, having won in 2012 and 2013 for his role of Will Horton on Days of our Lives.[5]

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.
Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1985
(12th)
Brian Bloomdouble-dagger As the World Turns Dusty Donovan
CBS
[6]
Steve Caffrey All My Children Andrew Preston Cortlandt
ABC
[7]
Michael E. Knight All My Children Tad Martin
ABC
Michael O'Leary Guiding Light Rick Bauer
CBS
Jack Wagner General Hospital Frisco Jones
ABC
1986
(13th)
Michael E. Knightdouble-dagger All My Children Tad Martin
ABC
[8]
Brian Bloom As the World Turns Dusty Donovan
CBS
[9]
Jon Hensley As the World Turns Holden Snyder
CBS
Vincent Irizarry Guiding Light Lujack Luvonoczek
CBS
Don Scardino Another World Chris Chapin
NBC
1987
(14th)
Michael E. Knightdouble-dagger All My Children Tad Martin
ABC
[10]
Jon Hensley As the World Turns Holden Snyder
CBS
[11]
Grant Show Ryan's Hope Rick Hyde
ABC
Billy Warlock Days of our Lives Frankie Brady
NBC
Brian Bloom As the World Turns Dusty Donovan
CBS
1988
(15th)
Billy Warlockdouble-dagger Days of our Lives Frankie Brady
NBC
[12]
Scott DeFreitas As the World Turns Andy Dixon
CBS
[13]
Andrew Kavovit As the World Turns Paul Ryan
CBS
Ross Kettle Santa Barbara Jeffrey Conrad
NBC
Robert Duncan McNeill All My Children Charlie Brent
ABC
1989
(16th)
Justin Gockedouble-dagger Santa Barbara Brandon Capwell
NBC
[14]
Andrew Kavovit As the World Turns Paul Ryan
CBS
[15]
Darrell Utley Days of our Lives Benjy Hawk
NBC
1990
(17th)
Andrew Kavovitdouble-dagger As the World Turns Paul Ryan
CBS
[16]
Bryan Buffington Guiding Light Bill Lewis III
CBS
[17]
1991
(18th)
Rick Hearstdouble-dagger Guiding Light Alan-Michael Spaulding
CBS
[18]
Bryan Buffington Guiding Light Bill Lewis III
CBS
[19]
Justin Gocke Santa Barbara Brandon Capwell
NBC
Andrew Kavovit As the World Turns Paul Ryan
CBS
Kristoff St. John Generations Adam Marshall
NBC
1992
(19th)
Kristoff St. Johndouble-dagger The Young and the Restless Neil Winters
CBS
[20]
Scott DeFreitas As the World Turns Andy Dixon
CBS
[21]
Jeff Phillips Guiding Light Hart Jessup
CBS
James Patrick Stuart All My Children Will Cortlandt
ABC
Dondre Whitfield All My Children Terrence Frye
ABC
1993
(20th)
Monti Sharpdouble-dagger Guiding Light David Grant
CBS
[22]
Matt Borlenghi All My Children Brian Bodine
ABC
[23]
Bryan Buffington Guiding Light Bill Lewis III
CBS
Kristoff St. John The Young and the Restless Neil Winters
CBS
Dondre Whitfield All My Children Terrence Frye
ABC
1994
(21st)
Roger Howarthdouble-dagger One Life to Live Todd Manning
ABC
[24]
Bryan Buffington Guiding Light Bill Lewis III
CBS
[25]
Scott DeFreitas As the World Turns Andy Dixon
CBS
Monti Sharp Guiding Light David Grant
CBS
Dondre Whitfield All My Children Terrence Frye
ABC
1995
(22nd)
Jonathan Jacksondouble-dagger General Hospital Lucky Spencer
ABC
[26]
Jason Biggs As the World Turns Pete Wendall
CBS
[27]
Bryan Buffington Guiding Light Bill Lewis III
CBS
Tommy Michaels All My Children Tim Dillon
ABC
1996
(23rd)
Kevin Mambodouble-dagger Guiding Light Marcus Williams
CBS
[28]
Nathan Fillion One Life to Live Joey Buchanan
ABC
[29]
Jonathan Jackson General Hospital Lucky Spencer
ABC
Shemar Moore The Young and the Restless Malcolm Winters
CBS
Joshua Morrow The Young and the Restless Nicholas Newman
CBS
1997
(24th)
Kevin Mambodouble-dagger Guiding Light Marcus Williams
CBS
[30]
Steve Burton General Hospital Jason Morgan
ABC
[31]
Jonathan Jackson General Hospital Lucky Spencer
ABC
Shemar Moore The Young and the Restless Malcolm Winters
CBS
Joshua Morrow The Young and the Restless Nicholas Newman
CBS
1998
(25th)
Jonathan Jacksondouble-dagger General Hospital Lucky Spencer
ABC
[32]
Jensen Ackles Days of our Lives Eric Brady
NBC
[33]
Tyler Christopher General Hospital Nikolas Cassadine
ABC
Bryant Jones The Young and the Restless Nate Hastings
CBS
Kevin Mambo Guiding Light Marcus Williams
CBS
Joshua Morrow The Young and the Restless Nicholas Newman
CBS
1999
(26th)
Jonathan Jacksondouble-dagger General Hospital Lucky Spencer
ABC
[34]
Jensen Ackles Days of our Lives Eric Brady
NBC
[35]
Jason Winston George Sunset Beach Michael Bourne
NBC
Bryant Jones The Young and the Restless Nate Hastings
CBS
Joshua Morrow The Young and the Restless Nicholas Newman
CBS
Jacob Young The Bold and the Beautiful Rick Forrester
CBS
2000
(27th)
David Tomdouble-dagger The Young and the Restless Billy Abbott
CBS
[36]
Jensen Ackles Days of our Lives Eric Brady
NBC
[37]
Jonathan Jackson General Hospital Lucky Spencer
ABC
Bryant Jones The Young and the Restless Nate Hastings
CBS
David Lago The Young and the Restless Raul Guittierez
CBS
Joshua Morrow The Young and the Restless Nicholas Newman
CBS
2001
(28th)
Justin Torkildsendouble-dagger The Bold and the Beautiful Rick Forrester
CBS
[38]
Josh Ryan Evans Passions Timmy Lenox
NBC
[39]
David Lago The Young and the Restless Raul Guittierez
CBS
Jesse McCartney All My Children JR Chandler
ABC
Paul Taylor As the World Turns Isaac Jenkins
CBS
David Tom The Young and the Restless Billy Abbott
CBS
2002
(29th)
Jacob Youngdouble-dagger General Hospital Lucky Spencer
ABC
[40]
Jesse McCartney All My Children JR Chandler
ABC
[41]
Brian Presley Port Charles Jack Ramsey
ABC
Justin Torkildsen The Bold and the Beautiful Rick Forrester
CBS
Jordi Vilasuso Guiding Light Tony Santos
CBS
2003
(30th)
Jordi Vilasusodouble-dagger Guiding Light Tony Santos
CBS
[42]
Chad Brannon General Hospital Zander Smith
ABC
[43]
David Lago The Young and the Restless Raul Guittierez
CBS
Kyle Lowder Days of our Lives Brady Black
NBC
Aiden Turner All My Children Aidan Devane
ABC
2004
(31st)
Chad Brannondouble-dagger General Hospital Zander Smith
ABC
[44]
Scott Clifton General Hospital Dillon Quartermaine
ABC
[45]
Agim Kaba As the World Turns Aaron Snyder
CBS
David Lago The Young and the Restless Raul Guittierez
CBS
Brian Presley Port Charles Jack Ramsey
ABC
2005
(32nd)
David Lagodouble-dagger The Young and the Restless Raul Guittierez
CBS
[46]
Scott Clifton General Hospital Dillon Quartermaine
ABC
[47]
Michael Graziadei The Young and the Restless Daniel Romalotti
CBS
Tom Pelphrey Guiding Light Jonathan Randall
CBS
Jacob Young All My Children JR Chandler
ABC
2006
(33rd)
Tom Pelphreydouble-dagger Guiding Light Jonathan Randall
CBS
[48]
Scott Clifton General Hospital Dillon Quartermaine
ABC
[49]
Michael Graziadei The Young and the Restless Daniel Romalotti
CBS
Bryton James The Young and the Restless Devon Hamilton
CBS
Jesse Soffer As the World Turns Will Munson
CBS
2007
(34th)
Bryton Jamesdouble-dagger The Young and the Restless Devon Hamilton
CBS
[50]
Van Hansis As the World Turns Luke Snyder
CBS
[51]
Tom Pelphrey Guiding Light Jonathan Randall
CBS
Jesse Soffer As the World Turns Will Munson
CBS
James Stevenson Passions Jared Casey
NBC
2008
(35th)
Tom Pelphreydouble-dagger Guiding Light Jonathan Randall
CBS
[52]
Darin Brooks Days of our Lives Max Brady
NBC
[53]
Van Hansis As the World Turns Luke Snyder
CBS
Bryton James The Young and the Restless Devon Hamilton
CBS
Jesse Soffer As the World Turns Will Munson
CBS
2009
(36th)
Darin Brooksdouble-dagger Days of our Lives Max Brady
NBC
[54]
Blake Berris Days of our Lives Nick Fallon
NBC
[55]
E.J. Bonilla Guiding Light Rafe Rivera
CBS
Bryton James The Young and the Restless Devon Hamilton
CBS
Cornelius Smith Jr. All My Children Frankie Hubbard
ABC
2010
(37th)
Drew Tyler Belldouble-dagger The Bold and the Beautiful Thomas Forrester
CBS
[56]
Scott Clifton One Life to Live Schuyler Joplin
ABC
[57]
Zack Conroy Guiding Light James Spaulding
CBS
Drew Garrett General Hospital Michael Corinthos
ABC
Dylan Patton Days of our Lives Will Horton
NBC
2011
(38th)
Scott Cliftondouble-dagger The Bold and the Beautiful Liam Cooper
CBS
[58]
Chad Duell General Hospital Michael Corinthos
ABC
[59]
Chandler Massey Days of our Lives Will Horton
NBC
2012
(39th)
Chandler Masseydouble-dagger Days of our Lives Will Horton
NBC
[60]
Eddie Alderson One Life to Live Matthew Buchanan
ABC
[61]
Chad Duell General Hospital Michael Corinthos
ABC
Nathan Parsons General Hospital Ethan Lovett
ABC
2013
(40th)
Chandler Masseydouble-dagger Days of our Lives Will Horton
NBC
[62]
Max Ehrich The Young and the Restless Fenmore Baldwin
CBS
[63]
Bryton James The Young and the Restless Devon Hamilton Winters
CBS
Freddie Smith Days of our Lives Sonny Kiriakis
NBC

Multiple wins/nominations[edit]

Number Actor
Wins
3 Jonathan Jackson
2 Michael E. Knight
Kevin Mambo
Chandler Massey
Tom Pelphrey
Nominations
6 Jonathan Jackson
5 Bryan Buffington
Scott Clifton
Bryton James
David Lago
Joshua Morrow
4 Andrew Kavovit
Tom Pelphrey
3 Jensen Ackles
Brian Bloom
Scott DeFreitas
Bryant Jones
Michael E. Knight
Kevin Mambo
Chandler Massey
Jesse Soffer
Kristoff St. John
Dondre Whitfield
Jacob Young
2 Chad Brannon
Darin Brooks
Chad Duell
Michael Graziadei
Justin Gocke
Van Hansis
Jon Hensley
Jesse McCartney
Shemar Moore
Brian Presley
Monti Sharp
David Tom
Justin Torkildsen
Jordi Vilasuso
Billy Warlock

Series with most awards[edit]

Wins Program
7
Guiding Light
5
General Hospital
4 The Young and the Restless
Days of our Lives
3
The Bold and the Beautiful
2 All My Children
As the World Turns
1 One Life to Live
Santa Barbara

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