Addie Walsh

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Addie Walsh (born 1953) is an American television soap opera writer. She last wrote for All My Children. She now writes independently. Her one-woman show, That's All I Got, received an award at the United Solo Festival in 2014, in New York City.

Positions held[edit]

All My Children

  • Associate head writer: April 2000 – April 2002; July 2003 – January 14, 2008 (hired by Megan McTavish); March 19, 2008 – September 23, 2011

As the World Turns

Days of Our Lives

Guiding Light (hired by Pamela K. Long)

  • Associate head writer: 1983–1986, 1993

Loving

Riviera

  • Creator: 1990-1991

One Life to Live

  • Associate head writer: 1987–1991

Search for Tomorrow

Texas

  • Breakdown Writer: 1982

Awards and nominations[edit]

Daytime Emmy Awards

WINS

  • (1986; Best Writing; Guiding Light)

NOMINATIONS

  • (1985; Best Writing; Guiding Light)
  • (1990; Best Writing; One Life to Live)
  • (1996 & 2000; Best Writing; As the World Turns)
  • (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010 & 2012; Best Writing; All My Children)

Writers Guild of America Award

WINS

  • (1994 season; Loving)
  • (2001, 2002 & 2004 seasons; All My Children)

NOMINATIONS

  • (1985 & 1986 seasons; Guiding Light)
  • (1998 & 1999 seasons; As the World Turns)
  • (2007, 2008, 2010 & 2012 seasons; All My Children)

Head writing tenure[edit]

Preceded by
Gary Tomlin
head writer of Search for Tomorrow
(with Pamela K. Long)

1986
Succeeded by
Show Canceled
Preceded by
Mary Ryan Munisteri
head writer of Loving
December 1991-June 1992
Succeeded by
Millee Taggart
Robert Guza Jr.
Preceded by
Agnes Nixon
head writer of Loving
(with Laurie McCarthy)

Fall 1994-Early 1995
Succeeded by
James Harmon Brown and Barbara Esensten
Preceded by
Jessica D. Klein
head writer of As the World Turns
(with Mel Brez and Stephen Demorest)

Late 1997
Succeeded by
Lorraine Broderick

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