Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Daytime TV Series - Young Actress

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Young Artist Award for
Best Young Actress
in a Daytime TV Series
The Young Artist Award statuette, depicting a gilded figure of a man displaying a five-pointed star above its head.
Awarded for Outstanding performance by a
juvenile actress in a role in a Daytime TV Series
Country United States of America
Presented by Young Artist Association
Currently held by Haley Pullos,
General Hospital (2013)
Official website YoungArtistAwards.org

The Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Daytime TV Series - Young Actress is one of the Young Artist Awards presented annually by the Young Artist Association to recognize a young actress under the age of 21, who has delivered an outstanding performance in role while working within the daytime industry. The award first took place in October 1979 at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Universal City, California.[1][2][3][4][5] In 1983, it was called Best Young Actress in a Daytime Soap. [6] In 1984, Daytime and Nighttime was combined into one category which was called Best Young Actress in a Daytime or Nighttime Television Series.[7] In 1987 and 1988, there was no award given.













Winners and nominees[edit]

Year Actress Program Network Ref
1979
(1st)
Tracey Bregman Days of our Lives
NBC
[3]
Genie Francis General Hospital
ABC
Natasha Ryan Days of our Lives
NBC
1980
(2nd)
Genie Francis General Hospital
ABC
[8]
Tracey Bregman Days of our Lives
NBC
Andrea Evans One Life to Live
ABC
Dana Kimmell Texas
NBC
Stacey Moran Search For Tomorrow
CBS
1981
(3rd)
Becky Perle The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam!
NBC
[9]
Genie Francis General Hospital
ABC
Dana Klaboe Another World
NBC
1982
(4th)
Lori Loughlin The Edge of Night
ABC
[10]
Jennifer Cooke Guiding Light
CBS
Liz Keifer The Young and the Restless
CBS
Debbie Lytton Days of Our Lives
NBC
Janine Turner General Hospital
ABC
1983
(5th)
Tracey Bregman The Young and the Restless
CBS
[6]
Kristian Alfonso Days of Our Lives
NBC
Lori-Nan Engler The Doctors
ABC
Debbie Lytton Days of Our Lives
NBC
Lisa Trusel Days of Our Lives
NBC
1984
(6th)
Shalane McCall (nightime) Dallas
CBS
[7]
Melissa Brennan (daytime) Santa Barbara
NBC
Kristian Alfonso (daytime) Days of Our Lives
NBC
Dana Kimmell (daytime) Days of Our Lives
NBC
Lisa Trusel (daytime) Days of Our Lives
NBC
1985
(7th)
Kimberly McCullough General Hospital
ABC
[11]
Kristian Alfonso Days of Our Lives
NBC
Andrea Barber Days of Our Lives
NBC
Melissa Brennan Santa Barbara
NBC
Lisa Trusel Days of Our Lives
NBC
1986
(8th)
Kimberly McCullough General Hospital
ABC
[12]
Lauralee Bell The Young and the Restless
CBS
Melissa Brennan Days of Our Lives
NBC
Christie Clark Days of Our Lives
NBC
Kelly Mohre The Young and the Restless
CBS
1989
(10th)
Lauralee Bell The Young and the Restless
CBS
[13]
Christie Clark Days of Our Lives
NBC
Ami Dolenz General Hospital
ABC
Kimberly McCullough General Hospital
ABC
Charlotte Rose Days of Our Lives
NBC
1990
(11th)
Ashley Peldon Guiding Light
CBS
[14]
Christie Clark Days of Our Lives
NBC
Mindy Clarke Days of Our Lives
NBC
Julie Condra Santa Barbara
NBC
Kimberly McCullough General Hospital
ABC
1990/1991
(12th)
Aimee Brooks Days of Our Lives
NBC
[15]
Brighton Hertford General Hospital
ABC
Kassandra Kelly Generations
NBC
Ashley Peldon Guiding Light
CBS
1991/1992
(13th)
Rachel Miner Guiding Light
CBS
[16]
Susan Eckerling General Hospital
ABC
Irene Ng All My Children
ABC
Ashley Peldon Guiding Light
CBS
Vicki Wauchope Santa Barbara
NBC
1993
(14th)
Melissa Hayden Guiding Light
CBS
[17]
Robyn Griggs One Life to Live
ABC
Rachel Miner Guiding Light
CBS
Lindsay Price All My Children
ABC
Heather Tom The Young and the Restless
CBS
Erin Torpey One Life to Live
ABC
1995
(16th)
Maitland Ward The Bold and the Beautiful
CBS
[18]
Courtney Chase One Life to Live
ABC
Sarah Michelle Gellar All My Children
ABC
Rachel Miner Guiding Light
CBS
Erin Torpey One Life to Live
ABC
1997
(18th)
Landry Albright The Bold and the Beautiful
CBS
[19]
Kimberly Brown Guiding Light
CBS
Kimberly McCullough General Hospital
ABC
Alison Sweeney Days of Our Lives
NBC
Erin Torpey One Life to Live
ABC
2001
(22nd)
Brittany Snow Guiding Light
CBS
[20]
Mary Elizabeth Winstead Passions
NBC
Kirsten Storms Days of Our Lives
NBC
Jennifer Finnigan The Bold and the Beautiful
CBS
Ashley Lyn Cafagna The Bold and the Beautiful
CBS
2011
(32nd)
Lexi Ainsworth General Hospital
ABC
[21]
Taylor Spreitler Days of Our Lives
NBC
Gabriela Rodriquez Days of Our Lives
NBC
2012
(33rd)
Haley Pullos General Hospital
ABC
[22]
Lexi Ainsworth General Hospital
ABC
Ellery Sprayberry The Young and the Restless
CBS
2013
(34th)
Samantha Bailey The Young and the Restless
CBS
[23]
Haley King The Young and the Restless
CBS
Haley Pullos General Hospital
ABC
2014
(35th)
Haley Pullos General Hospital
ABC
[24]
Johnnie Ladd The Young and the Restless
CBS
McKenna Roberts The Young and the Restless
CBS
Brooklynn Rae Silzer General Hospital
ABC

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