Christopher Goutman

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Christopher Goutman is an American writer, producer, actor and director.[1][2] He is most notable for his work on daytime soap operas.

He is married to actress Marcia McCabe, whom he met while he was on Search for Tomorrow.[3][4]

Positions held[edit]

All My Children

  • Director: 1987 - 1996, 2013

Another World

As the World Turns

  • Head Writer (with Vivian Gundaker): January 25, 2008 - April 18, 2008
  • Executive Producer: July 1999 - Sept 17, 2010
  • Occasional Director: 1999–2010
  • Director: 1996 - 1998

Days of Our Lives

  • Director: 2011

Guiding Light

  • Director: 1982 - 1983

Santa Barbara

  • Director (late 1980s)

The Young and the Restless

  • Director: December 15, 2010 - January 2011 (two episodes)

Acting Credits[edit]

George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation, The Powers of Matthew Star, Texas (as George St. John), The Prowler, Bosom Buddies, Charlie's Angels, The Edge of Night (as Matt Sharkey #2), Search For Tomorrow (as Marc D'Antoni),[6] Goodbye, New York (as Jack)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Daytime Emmy Awards

  • NOMINATIONS: (2002, 2004–2006; Best Drama Series; ATWT); (1990–1994; Best Directing; AMC)
  • WINS: (2001, 2003; Best Drama Series; ATWT); (1995; Best Directing; AMC)

His first awards nomination in 1990 was shared with Jack Coffey, Henry Kaplan, Conal O'Brien, Barbara M. Simmons, and Shirley Simmons.

Directors Guild of America

  • Nominations: 1998 (for ATWT, shared with Charles C. Dyer and Maria Wagner - episode #10,446), 2005, 2008

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Christopher Goutman". Tisch School of the Arts. 
  2. ^ "Christopher Goutman Bio". How Did You Get That Job?. 
  3. ^ Reichardt, Nancy M. "Baby boom hits soap stars". The Post and Courier, February 5, 1992, 10-D. Retrieved on May 30, 2013.
  4. ^ "MARCIA MCCABE, ACTRESS, IS BRIDE OF A TV DIRECTOR". The New York Times. 14 April 1985. 
  5. ^ Havens, Candace. "Another World soon to be just another memory". Ludington Daily News, June 18, 1999, p. TV-6. Retrieved on May 30, 2013.
  6. ^ Scheuer, Steven H. "Trauma's ahead for Ed and Carla". Miami News, September 2, 1978, p. 12. Retrieved on May 30, 2013.

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Charlotte Savitz
Executive Producer of Another World
November 1998 - June 25, 1999
Succeeded by
show canceled
Preceded by
Felicia Minei Behr
Executive Producer of As the World Turns
July 1999 - September 2010
Succeeded by
show canceled