Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series

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Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series
41st Daytime Emmy Awards
Awarded for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Drama Series, Age 25 or Younger
Country United States
Presented by NATAS/ATAS
First awarded 1985
Currently held by Hunter King,
The Young and the Restless (2014)
Most awards Jennifer Finnigan, (3)
Jennifer Landon, (3)
Most nominations Heather Tom, (8)
Official website emmyonline.org/daytime

The Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger 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 12th Daytime Emmy Awards, held in 1985 and it is given to honor a young actress 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 was originally called Outstanding Ingenue in a Drama Series, the criteria of the new category were deemed confusing; performers of differing ages were nominated and critics argued some were of supporting or lead actress standards.[2][3] Adding to the confusion, the first winner, Tracey E. Bregman, and the Outstanding Supporting Actress winner that year, Beth Maitland, played characters near to the same age. The category was renamed Outstanding Juvenile Female in a Drama Series in 1989 and began using its current title in 1991. The criteria were later altered, requiring that the actress be aged 25 or below.[4]

Hunter King is the 2014 recipient of the award for her portrayal of Summer Newman on The Young and the Restless; the soap opera shares with General Hospital the number of the most awarded actresses, with a total of seven. Since 2008, Jennifer Landon has been tied with Jennifer Finnigan for most wins, with three each. In 1999, Heather Tom became the most nominated actress in the category when she was nominated a seventh time, also winning a second time that year. She was nominated again the following year, holding the title with eight nominations, however lost to Camryn Grimes.

Winners and nominees[edit]

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Jane Krakowski was nominated twice for her role as T.R. Kendall on Search for Tomorrow.
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Robin Wright was nominated three times for her role as Kelly Capwell on Santa Barbara.
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Julianne Moore (pictured in 2009) won in 1988 for her role as Frannie Hughes and Sabrina Hughes on As the World Turns.
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Anne Heche (pictured in 2007) was nominated twice and won in 1991 for her role as Marley Hudson and Vicky Hudson on Another World.
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Tricia Cast (pictured in 2008) was nominated twice and won in 1992 for her role as Nina Webster on The Young and the Restless.
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Sarah Michelle Gellar (pictured in 2007) was nominated twice and won in 1995 for her role as Kendall Hart on All My Children.
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Ashley Jones was nominated twice for her role as Megan Dennison on The Young and the Restless.
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Eden Riegel was nominated four times and won in 2005 for her role as Bianca Montgomery on All My Children.
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Leven Rambin was nominated twice for her role as Lily Montgomery on All My Children.
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Brittany Allen (pictured in 2013) won in 2011 for her role as Marissa Chandler on All My Children.
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Jacqueline MacInnes Wood received two consecutive nominations for her role as Steffy Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful.

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

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winning actress.
Year Actress Program Role Network Ref
1985
(12th)
Tracey E. BregmanAward winner The Young and the Restless Lauren Fenmore Williams
CBS
[1]
Kristian Alfonso Days of our Lives Hope Williams
NBC
[5]
Melissa Leo All My Children Linda Warner
ABC
Lisa Trusel Days of our Lives Melissa Anderson
NBC
Tasia Valenza All My Children Dottie Thornton
ABC
1986
(13th)
Ellen WheelerAward winner Another World Marley Love/Vicky Love
NBC
[6]
Martha Byrne As the World Turns Lily Walsh
CBS
[7]
Jane Krakowski Search for Tomorrow T.R. Kendall
NBC
Debbi Morgan All My Children Angie Baxter Hubbard
ABC
Robin Wright Santa Barbara Kelly Capwell
NBC
1987
(14th)
Martha ByrneAward winner As the World Turns Lily Walsh
CBS
[8]
Tracey E. Bregman The Young and the Restless Lauren Fenmore
CBS
[9]
Jane Krakowski Search for Tomorrow T.R. Kendall
NBC
Krista Tesreau Guiding Light Mindy Lewis
CBS
Robin Wright Santa Barbara Kelly Capwell
NBC
1988
(15th)
Julianne MooreAward winner As the World Turns Frannie Hughes/Sabrina Hughes
CBS
[10]
Tichina Arnold Ryan's Hope Zena Brown
ABC
[11]
Andrea Evans One Life to Live Tina Lord
ABC
Lauren Holly All My Children Julie Chandler
ABC
Robin Wright Santa Barbara Kelly Capwell
NBC
1989
(16th)
Kimberly McCulloughAward winner General Hospital Robin Scorpio
ABC
[12]
Noelle Beck Loving Trisha Alden
ABC
[13]
Martha Byrne As the World Turns Lily Walsh
CBS
Anne Heche Another World Marley Hudson/Vicky Hudson
NBC
1990
(17th)
Cady McClainAward winner All My Children Dixie Cooney
ABC
[14]
Kimberly McCullough General Hospital Robin Scorpio
ABC
[15]
Charlotte Ross Days of our Lives Eve Donovan
NBC
Liz Vassey All My Children Emily Ann Sago
ABC
1991
(18th)
Anne HecheAward winner Another World Marley Hudson/Vicky Hudson
NBC
[16]
Tricia Cast The Young and the Restless Nina Webster Chancellor
CBS
[17]
Kimberly McCullough General Hospital Robin Scorpio
ABC
Ashley Peldon Guiding Light Marah Lewis
CBS
Charlotte Ross Days of our Lives Eve Donovan
NBC
1992
(19th)
Tricia CastAward winner The Young and the Restless Nina Webster Chancellor
CBS
[18]
Beth Ehlers Guiding Light Harley Cooper
CBS
[19]
Alla Korot Another World Jenna Norris
NBC
Cady McClain All My Children Dixie Cooney
ABC
Melissa Reeves Days of our Lives Jennifer Horton Deveraux
NBC
1993
(20th)
Heather TomAward winner The Young and the Restless Victoria Newman
CBS
[20]
Beth Ehlers Guiding Light Harley Cooper
CBS
[21]
Melissa Hayden Guiding Light Bridget Reardon
CBS
Sydney Penny Santa Barbara B. J. Walker
NBC
Kelly Ripa All My Children Hayley Vaughan
ABC
1994
(21st)
Melissa HaydenAward winner Guiding Light Bridget Reardon
CBS
[22]
Martha Byrne As the World Turns Lily Walsh Grimaldi
CBS
[23]
Sarah Michelle Gellar All My Children Kendall Hart
ABC
Melina Kanakaredes Guiding Light Eleni Andros Cooper
CBS
Heather Tom The Young and the Restless Victoria Newman
CBS
1995
(22nd)
Sarah Michelle GellarAward winner All My Children Kendall Hart
ABC
[24]
Kimberly McCullough General Hospital Robin Scorpio
ABC
[25]
Rachel Miner Guiding Light Michelle Bauer
CBS
Heather Tom The Young and the Restless Victoria Newman
CBS
1996
(23rd)
Kimberly McCulloughAward winner General Hospital Robin Scorpio
ABC
[26]
Kimberly J. Brown Guiding Light Marah Lewis
CBS
[27]
Martha Byrne As the World Turns Lily Walsh Grimaldi
CBS
Sharon Case The Young and the Restless Sharon Collins
CBS
Heather Tom The Young and the Restless Victoria Newman
CBS
1997
(24th)
Sarah BrownAward winner General Hospital Carly Roberts
ABC
[28]
Sharon Case The Young and the Restless Sharon Newman
CBS
[29]
Christie Clark Days of our Lives Carrie Brady
NBC
Kimberly McCullough General Hospital Robin Scorpio
ABC
Heather Tom The Young and the Restless Victoria Newman
CBS
1998
(25th)
Sarah BrownAward winner General Hospital Carly Roberts
ABC
[30]
Christie Clark Days of our Lives Carrie Brady
NBC
[31]
Camryn Grimes The Young and the Restless Cassie Newman
CBS
Rhonda Ross Kendrick Another World Toni Burrell
NBC
Heather Tom The Young and the Restless Victoria Newman
CBS
1999
(26th)
Heather TomAward winner The Young and the Restless Victoria Newman
CBS
[32]
Sarah Brown General Hospital Carly Benson
ABC
[33]
Camryn Grimes The Young and the Restless Cassie Newman
CBS
Rebecca Herbst General Hospital Elizabeth Webber
ABC
Ashley Jones The Young and the Restless Megan Dennison
CBS
Sherri Saum Sunset Beach Vanessa Hart
NBC
2000
(27th)
Camryn GrimesAward winner The Young and the Restless Cassie Newman
CBS
[34]
Adrienne Frantz The Bold and the Beautiful Amber Forrester
CBS
[35]
Ashley Jones The Young and the Restless Megan Dennison
CBS
Heather Tom The Young and the Restless Victoria Newman
CBS
Erin Torpey One Life to Live Jessica Buchanan
ABC
2001
(28th)
Adrienne FrantzAward winner The Bold and the Beautiful Amber Moore
CBS
[36]
Terri Colombino As the World Turns Katie Peretti
CBS
[37]
Annie Parisse As the World Turns Julia Lindsey
CBS
Eden Riegel All My Children Bianca Montgomery
ABC
Kristina Sisco As the World Turns Abigail Williams
CBS
2002
(29th)
Jennifer FinniganAward winner The Bold and the Beautiful Bridget Forrester
CBS
[38]
Jessica Jimenez Guiding Light Catalina Quesada
CBS
[39]
Lindsey McKeon Guiding Light Marah Lewis
CBS
Eden Riegel All My Children Bianca Montgomery
ABC
Kristina Sisco As the World Turns Abigail Williams
CBS
2003
(30th)
Jennifer FinniganAward winner The Bold and the Beautiful Bridget Forrester
CBS
[40]
Adrienne Frantz The Bold and the Beautiful Amber Moore
CBS
[41]
Lindsey McKeon Guiding Light Marah Lewis
CBS
Erin Hershey Presley Port Charles Alison Barrington
ABC
Alicia Leigh Willis General Hospital Courtney Matthews
CBS
2004
(31st)
Jennifer FinniganAward winner The Bold and the Beautiful Bridget Forrester
CBS
[42]
Christel Khalil The Young and the Restless Lily Winters
CBS
[43]
Eden Riegel All My Children Bianca Montgomery
ABC
Alicia Leigh Willis General Hospital Courtney Matthews
CBS
Lauren Woodland The Young and the Restless Brittany Hodges
CBS
2005
(32nd)
Eden RiegelAward winner All My Children Bianca Montgomery
ABC
[44]
Jennifer Ferrin As the World Turns Jennifer Munson
CBS
[45]
Alexa Havins All My Children Babe Carey
ABC
Crystal Hunt Guiding Light Lizzie Spaulding
CBS
Adrianne León General Hospital Brook Lynn Ashton
ABC
2006
(33rd)
Jennifer LandonAward winner As the World Turns Gwen Norbeck
CBS
[46]
Mandy Bruno Guiding Light Marina Cooper
CBS
[47]
Camryn Grimes The Young and the Restless Cassie Newman
CBS
Christel Khalil The Young and the Restless Lily Winters
CBS
Leven Rambin All My Children Lily Montgomery
ABC
2007
(34th)
Jennifer LandonAward winner As the World Turns Gwen Norbeck
CBS
[48]
Julie Marie Berman General Hospital Lulu Spencer
ABC
[49]
Alexandra Chando As the World Turns Maddie Coleman
CBS
Stephanie Gatschet Guiding Light Tammy Layne Winslow
CBS
Leven Rambin All My Children Lily Montgomery
ABC
2008
(35th)
Jennifer LandonAward winner As the World Turns Gwen Norbeck
CBS
[50]
Vail Bloom The Young and the Restless Heather Stevens
CBS
[51]
Rachel Melvin Days of our Lives Chelsea Brady
NBC
Emily O'Brien The Young and the Restless Jana Hawkes
CBS
Tammin Sursok The Young and the Restless Colleen Carlton
CBS
2009
(36th)
Julie Marie BermanAward winner General Hospital Lulu Spencer
ABC
[52]
Meredith Hagner As the World Turns Liberty Ciccone
CBS
[53]
Rachel Melvin Days of our Lives Chelsea Brady
NBC
Emily O'Brien The Young and the Restless Jana Hawkes Fisher
CBS
Kirsten Storms General Hospital Maxie Jones
ABC
2010
(37th)
Julie Marie BermanAward winner General Hospital Lulu Spencer
ABC
[54]
Molly Burnett Days of our Lives Melanie Layton
NBC
[55]
Shelley Hennig Days of our Lives Stephanie Johnson
NBC
Christel Khalil The Young and the Restless Lily Winters
CBS
Marnie Schulenburg As the World Turns Alison Stewart
CBS
2011
(38th)
Brittany AllenAward winner All My Children Marissa Chandler
ABC
[56]
Lexi Ainsworth General Hospital Kristina Corinthos Davis
ABC
[57]
Emily O'Brien The Young and the Restless Jana Hawkes
CBS
2012
(39th)
Christel KhalilAward winner The Young and the Restless Lily Winters
CBS
[58]
Molly Burnett Days of our Lives Melanie Layton
NBC
[59]
Shelley Hennig Days of our Lives Stephanie Johnson
NBC
Jacqueline MacInnes Wood The Bold and the Beautiful Steffy Forrester
CBS
2013
(41st)
Kristen AldersonAward winner General Hospital Starr Manning
ABC
[60]
Hunter King The Young and the Restless Summer Newman
CBS
[61]
Jacqueline MacInnes Wood The Bold and the Beautiful Steffy Forrester
CBS
Lindsey Morgan General Hospital Kristina Corinthos Davis
ABC
2014
(41st)
Hunter KingAward winner The Young and the Restless Summer Newman
CBS
[62]
Kristen Alderson General Hospital Starr Manning
ABC
[63]
Linsey Godfrey The Bold and the Beautiful Caroline Spencer
CBS
Kim Matula The Bold and the Beautiful Hope Logan
CBS
Kelly Missal One Life to Live Danielle Manning
TOLN.com

Multiple wins/nominations[edit]

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Jennifer Finnigan is one of the actresses who has received the award more than once, winning three times for her role as Bridget Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful.
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Heather Tom has received the most nominations in this category, for her role as Victoria Newman on The Young and the Restless.
Number Actress
Wins
3 Jennifer Finnigan
Jennifer Landon
2 Julie Marie Berman
Sarah Brown
Kimberly McCullough
Heather Tom
Nominations
8
Heather Tom
6
Kimberly McCullough
5
Martha Byrne
4 Camryn Grimes
Christel Khalil
Eden Riegel
3 Julie Marie Berman
Sarah Brown
Jennifer Finnigan
Adrienne Frantz
Jennifer Landon
Emily O'Brien
Robin Wright
2 Kristen Alderson
Tracey E. Bregman
Molly Burnett
Sharon Case
Tricia Cast
Christie Clark
Beth Ehlers
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Melissa Hayden
Anne Heche
Shelley Hennig
Ashley Jones
Hunter King
Jane Krakowski
Rachel Melvin
Cady McClain
Jacqueline MacInnes Wood
Lindsey McKeon
Leven Rambin
Charlotte Ross
Kristina Sisco
Alicia Leigh Willis

Series with most awards[edit]

Wins Program
7
General Hospital
The Young and the Restless
5
As the World Turns
4 All My Children
The Bold and the Beautiful
2
Another World
1
Guiding Light

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