Ken Corday

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Ken Corday
Born (1950-06-16) June 16, 1950 (age 65)
Known for Days of Our Lives
Parent(s)

Ken Corday (Kenneth Robert Corday) (born June 16, 1950) is an American television soap opera producer and music composer.

He is the son of Ted Corday, the co-creator of Days of Our Lives, and Betty Corday. His production company Corday Productions owns 1% of The Young and the Restless while Sony Pictures Television owns the majority of the serial.

Positions Held[edit]

Awards/Nominations[edit]

Corday has been nominated for 16 Daytime Emmys. Corday won the Daytime Emmy Award for Music Direction and Composition For a Drama Series in 1990 and 1997, and was nominated in the same category in 2006 and 2007. He was nominated for the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Daytime Drama Series in 1983, 1984, 1985, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2009 and 2012.

He won the 2007 Film & TV Music Award for Best Score for a Television Daytime Drama for his work on the series.

Education[edit]

University of California in 1977; master's degree in music composition

Personal life[edit]

He married Sherry Williams in 1987. They have three children.

Executive Producing Tenure[edit]

Preceded by
Betty Corday
Al Rabin
Executive Producer of Days of Our Lives
(with Betty Corday: May 12, 1986 - December 31, 1987)
(with Al Rabin: May 12, 1986 - March 6, 1989, December 1989 - April 20, 1992)
(with Shelley Curtis: March 7, 1989 - December 1989)
(with Tom Langan: April 21, 1992 – March 28, 2002)
(with Stephen Wyman: March 29, 2002 – August 29, 2007)
(with Edward J. Scott: August 30, 2007 – September 16, 2008)
(with Gary Tomlin: September 17, 2008 – September 2, 2011)
(with Noel Maxam: September 6, 2011 – January 27, 2012)
(with Greg Meng: September 6, 2011 – present)
(with Lisa de Cazotte: January 30, 2012 – July 31, 2015)
(with Albert Alarr: August 3, 2015 – present)

May 12, 1986 – present
Succeeded by
Incumbent

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