List of awards and nominations received by Emmerdale

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Awards and nominations received by Emmerdale
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 89 447
References

Emmerdale is a British soap opera first broadcast on 16 October 1972. The show has earned various awards and nominations over the years for its cast performances and storylines.

All About Soap Awards[edit]

The All About Soap Awards were launched in 2002 and are hosted by All About Soap magazine.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2010 Baby Drama Nicola's baby snatched Nominated [1]
Fatal Attraction Maisie/Ryan Nominated
Femme Fatale Emma Atkins (Charity Tate) Nominated
I'm A Survivor Charlotte Bellamy (Laurel Thomas) Nominated
Killer Secret Natasha kills Mark Nominated
Smooth Criminal Nathan Wylde Nominated
2011 Best Actor Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) Won [2]
Best Actress Lucy Pargeter (Chas Dingle) Nominated
Best Baby Drama Rhona/Paddy/Marlon pregnancy shock Nominated
Best Love Triangle Chas/Carl/Eve Nominated
Best Newcomer Marc Silcock (Jackson Walsh) Won
Best Stunt Train crash Nominated
2012 Best Actor Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) Nominated [3]
Best Actress Chelsea Halfpenny (Amy Wyatt) Nominated
Best Episode Cain's attack Nominated
Best Mystery Who Attacked Cain? Won
Best Villain Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle) Nominated
2013 Best Baby Drama Jai and Rachel's baby secret Nominated [4]
Best Death Kurtis Stacey (Alex Moss) Nominated
Best Death Tom Lister (Carl King) Won
Best Episode "Emmerdale Live" Won
Best Reveal Chas' stalker uncovered Nominated
Best Storyline Cameron turns killer Nominated
Best Stunt Katie down the mine Nominated
Forbidden Lovers Cain and Moira Nominated
2014 Best Soap Moment Robert kisses Aaron Won [5]
Donna's death Nominated

British Academy Television Awards[edit]

The British Academy Television Awards were launched in 1954 and are presented during an annual award show hosted by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2000 Best Soap Opera Emmerdale Nominated [6]
2001 Best Soap Opera Emmerdale Won [7]
2007 Best Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated [8]
2008 Best Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated [9]
2009 Best Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated [10]
2013 Best Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated [11]
2016 Best Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated

The British Soap Awards[edit]

The British Soap Awards is an annual awards ceremony to honour the best of British soap operas. The first ceremony took place in 1999.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1999 Best Actor Kelvin Fletcher Nominated
Best Actress Lisa Riley Nominated
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Kelvin Fletcher Won
Best Exit Claire King Won
Best Onscreen Partnership Lisa Riley and Dominic Brunt Nominated
Sexiest Female Claire King Nominated
Sexiest Male Stuart Wade Nominated
Villain of the Year Claire King Nominated
2000 Best Actress Samantha Giles Nominated [12]
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Exit Paul Loughran Won
2001 Best Actor Clive Hornby Nominated [13]
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Clive Hornby Nominated
Hero of the Year Clive Hornby Won
Spectacular Scene of the Year Andy Sugden burning the barn Won
2002 Best Actor Steve Halliwell Nominated
Best Actress Samantha Giles Nominated
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Exit Batley the Dog Won
Best Onscreen Partnership Samantha Giles and John Middleton Nominated
Best Storyline Zak's fight with testicular cancer Nominated
Hero of the Year Steve Halliwell Nominated
Sexiest Male Ben Freeman Nominated
2003 Best Actor Mark Charnock Nominated
Best Actress Leah Bracknell Nominated
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Mark Charnock Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Leah Bracknell Nominated
Best Exit Freya Copeland Nominated
Best Onscreen Partnership Sheree Murphy and Mark Charnock Nominated
Best Single Episode Marlon's and Tricia's failed wedding day plans Won
Best Storyline Zoe suffers from schizophrenia Nominated
2004 Best Actor Mark Charnock Nominated
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Mark Charnock Won
Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress Luke Tittensor Nominated
Best Exit Sheree Murphy Won
Best Newcomer Luke Tittensor Nominated
Best Single Episode The Storm Nominated
Sexiest Female Sammy Winward Nominated
Spectacular Scene of the Year The Storm Won
Villain of the Year Peter Amory Nominated
2005 Best Actress Emma Atkins Nominated
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Deena Payne Nominated
Best Exit Emma Atkins Nominated
Best Newcomer Charlie Hardwick Nominated
Best Onscreen Partnership Charlie Hardwick and Elizabeth Estensen Nominated
Best Single Episode Charity and Tom's Wedding Won
Best Storyline Diane's struggle with cancer Nominated
Soap Bitch of the Year Patsy Kensit Nominated
Villain of the Year Lorraine Chase Nominated
2006 Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Charlie Hardwick Won
Best Dramatic Performance Ursula Holden Gill Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress Luke Tittensor Nominated
Best Exit Leah Bracknell Won
Best Newcomer Jenna-Louise Coleman Nominated
Best Single Episode Zoe's Exit Nominated
Soap Bitch of the Year Nicolla Wheeler Won
Patsy Kensit Nominated
Spectacular Scene of the Year Belle and Daz trapped in a mine shaft Won
Home Farm explodes Nominated
2007 Best Actress Ursula Holden Gill Nominated [14]
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Charlie Hardwick Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance From a Young Actor or Actress Eden Taylor-Draper Won
Best Exit Lorraine Chase Nominated
Jeff Hordley Nominated
Best Newcomer Joseph Gilgun Nominated
Best Single Episode Cain and Sadie's Exit Nominated
Best Storyline Who Killed Tom King? Nominated
Spectacular Scene of the Year The House Collapse Won
The Truck Crash Nominated
2008 Best Actress Charlotte Bellamy Nominated
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Charlie Hardwick Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Charlotte Bellamy Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance From a Young Actor or Actress Eden Taylor-Draper Nominated
Best Exit Peter Martin Nominated
Best Single Episode Daniel's Death Won
Special Achievement Award Tony Prescott Won
2009 Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Dominic Brunt Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Jenna-Louise Coleman Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress Isabel Hodgins Nominated
Best Exit Matt Healy Nominated
Best Onscreen Partnership Dominic Brunt and Mark Charnock Nominated
Spectacular Scene of the Year Victoria falls through the ice Won
2010 Best Dramatic Performance Danny Miller Nominated [15]
Best Actor Nominated
John Middleton Nominated
James Sutton Nominated
Sexiest Male Nominated
James Thornton Nominated
Jeff Hordley Nominated
Villain of the Year Nominated
Sian Reeves Nominated
Lyndon Ogbourne Nominated
Best Actress Amanda Donohoe Nominated
Emma Atkins Nominated
Charlotte Bellamy Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress Oscar Lloyd Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Dominic Brunt Nominated
Best Exit Maxwell Caulfield Nominated
Best Newcomer Lyndon Ogbourne Nominated
Best Onscreen Partnership Nick Miles and Nicola Wheeler Nominated
Best Single Episode Aaron Confesses His Sexuality Nominated
Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Storyline Aaron's Gay Self-Loathing Nominated
Sexiest Female Alice Coulthard Nominated
Sammy Windward Nominated
Charley Webb Nominated
Special Achievement Award Bill Lyons Won
Spectacular Scene of the Year Home Farm Shop Crash Nominated
2011 Best Actor Danny Miller Won [16]
Best Actress Jane Cox Nominated
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Charlie Hardwick Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Danny Miller Nominated
Best Exit Andy Devine Nominated
Best Newcomer Pauline Quirke Nominated
Best Onscreen Partnership Emma Atkins and Jeff Hordley Nominated
Best Single Episode The Betrayed Nominated
Best Storyline Holly's Drug Addiction Nominated
Best Young Performance Eden Taylor Draper Nominated
Special Achievement Award Gavin Blyth Won
Spectacular Scene of the Year The Train Crash Nominated
2012 Best Actor Danny Miller Won [17]
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Jeff Hordley Nominated
Best Exit James Thornton Nominated
Best Newcomer Gemma Oaten Nominated
Best On-screen Partnership Emma Atkins and Jeff Hordley Nominated
Best Single Episode The Longest Day Nominated
Best Storyline Jackson's choice Won
Best Young Performance Eden Taylor Draper Nominated
Sexiest Male Matthew Wolfenden Nominated
Spectacular Scene of the Year John and Moira's car accident Won
2013 Sexiest Male Matthew Wolfenden Nominated [18]
Sexiest Female Natalie Anderson Nominated
Villain of the Year Dominic Power Nominated
Best Actor Jeff Hordley Nominated
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Single Episode Emmerdale Live Won
Best Dramatic Performance Lucy Pargeter Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Dominic Brunt Nominated
Best Young Performance Eden Taylor-Draper Won
Spectacular Scene of the Year Cain's clifftop rescue of Zak Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership Lucy Pargeter and Dominic Power Nominated
Best Newcomer Laura Norton Nominated
Best Storyline Zak's depression Nominated
Best Exit Tom Lister Nominated
2014 Sexiest Male Matthew Wolfenden Nominated [19]
Villain of the Year Dominic Power Nominated
Best Actor Jeff Hordley Nominated
Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Single Episode The Woolpack siege Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Charley Webb Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Laura Norton Nominated
Best Young Performance Joe Warren-Plant Nominated
Spectacular Scene of the Year The Woolpack siege and flood Won
Best On-Screen Partnership Charlie Hardwick and Chris Chittell Nominated
Best Newcomer Michel Parr Nominated
Best Storyline Killer Cameron Nominated
2015 Best British Soap Emmerdale Nominated [20]
Best Actor Michael Parr Nominated
Best Actress Natalie Anderson Nominated
Villain of the Year Ryan Hawley Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Laura Norton Nominated
Best Newcomer Ryan Hawley Nominated
Best Storyline Donna's Demise Nominated
Best Single Episode Andy goes to the brink Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Natalie Anderson Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership Verity Rushworth and Michael Parr Nominated
Best Young Performance Amelia Flanagan Won
Scene of the Year Donna's goodbye Won
2016 Best British Soap Emmerdale Won [21]
Best Actor Danny Miller Won
Best Actress Lucy Pargeter Nominated
Villain of the Year Ryan Hawley Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Matthew Wolfenden Nominated
Best Newcomer Isobel Steele Nominated
Best Storyline Aaron's Abuse Nominated
Best Single Episode Aftermath of Village Hall explosion Nominated
Best Male Dramatic Performance Danny Miller Won
Best Female Dramatic Performance Charlotte Bellamy Nominated
Best Partnership Danny Miller & Ryan Hawley Nominated
Best Young Performance Amelia Flanagan Nominated
Scene of the Year Val's Death Won
Tony Warren Award James Bain (Casting Director at Coronation Street and Emmerdale) Won

Broadcast Awards[edit]

The Broadcast Awards are run by Broadcast magazine. They recognise and reward excellence in and around the UK television programming industry.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2011 Best Soap or Continuing Drama Emmerdale Won [22]
2012 Best Soap or Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated [23]
2013 Best Soap or Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated [24]
2014 Best Soap or Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated [25]
2015 Best Soap or Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2016 Best Soap or Continuing Drama Emmerdale Won

Digital Spy Soap Awards[edit]

The Digital Spy Soap Awards are hosted by the entertainment website Digital Spy. The first awards were presented in 2008. In 2011, the website held the Digital Spy Readers' Awards instead.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2008 Best Child Actor Isabel Hodgins Nominated [26]
Best Child Actor Eden Taylor-Draper Nominated
Best Exit Grace Barraclough Nominated
Best Exit Tom King Nominated
Best Newcomer Richard Grieve Nominated
Best Newcomer Sally Oliver Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership Mark Charnock and Verity Rushworth Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership Deena Payne and Tony Audenshaw Nominated
Best Pet Tootsy the dog Nominated
Best Single Episode 35th Anniversary: Sugdens' fire Nominated
Best Single Episode Pageant, Len's death, Who Killed Tom King? reveal Nominated
Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Most Popular Actor Mark Charnock Nominated
Most Popular Actor Tom Lister Nominated
Most Popular Actress Charlie Hardwick Nominated
Most Popular Actress Lucy Pargeter Nominated
Sexiest Female Roxanne Pallett Nominated
Sexiest Female Sammy Winward Nominated
Sexiest Male Kelvin Fletcher Nominated
Sexiest Male Matthew Wolfenden Nominated
Storyline of the Year Diane and Billy's affair and Victoria's meltdown Nominated
Storyline of the Year Who Killed Tom King? Nominated
Villain of the Year Nicola De Souza Nominated
Villain of the Year Eli Dingle Nominated
2009 Soap Of The Year Emmerdale Nominated [27]
2011 Best Soap Actor Danny Miller Won [28]
Best Soap Storyline Jackson's assisted suicide Nominated

Inside Soap Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2001 Best Bad Boy Jeff Hordley Won
Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
2002 Best Newcomer Seamus Gubbins Won
Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
2003 Best Actress Leah Bracknell Won
Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Young Actor Charley Webb Won
2004 Best Bad Boy Jeff Hordley Won
Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
2005 Best Actor Jeff Hordley Nominated [29]
Best Actress Leah Bracknell Nominated
Best Bad Boy Matt Healy Nominated
Best Bitch Patsy Kensit Won
Best Couple Elizabeth Estensen and Clive Hornby Nominated
Best Couple Verity Rushworth and Mark Charnock Nominated
Best Family The Dingles Won
Best Newcomer Matthew Bose Nominated
Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Storyline Debbie's pregnancy Nominated
Best Young Actor Charley Webb Won
Sexiest Male Jeff Hordley Nominated
2006 Best Actor James Hooten Nominated [29]
Best Bitch Patsy Kensit Won
Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Storyline Alice Dingle's death Won
Sexiest Female Patsy Kensit Nominated
Sexiest Male Tom Lister Nominated
2007 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Young Actor Eden Taylor-Draper Won
Funniest Character Charlie Hardwick Won
2008 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Outstanding Achievement Award Chris Chittell Won
2010 Best Actor Dominic Brunt Nominated [30]
Best Actor Jeff Hordley Nominated
Best Actor Danny Miller Won
Best Actress Emma Atkins Nominated
Best Actress Charlotte Bellamy Nominated
Best Actress Amanda Donohoe Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Danny Miller Won
Best Dramatic Performance Amanda Donohoe Nominated
Best Exit Maxwell Caulfield Nominated
Best Exit Sian Reeves Nominated
Best Newcomer Natalie J. Rob Nominated
Best Newcomer Mark Silcock Nominated
Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Stunt The church fire Nominated
Best Stunt The Home Farm Shop crash Nominated
Best Wedding Jimmy King and Nicola De Souza Nominated
Best Wedding Charity Tate and Michael Conway Nominated
Best Young Actor Oscar Lloyd Nominated
Best Young Actor Eden Taylor-Draper Nominated
Funniest Performance Dominic Brunt Nominated
Funniest Performance Mark Charnock Nominated
Sexiest Male Rik Makarem Nominated
Sexiest Male Danny Miller Nominated
Sexiest Female Alice Coulthard Nominated
Sexiest Female Suzanne Shaw Nominated
2011 Best Actor Danny Miller Won [31]
Best Actress Pauline Quirke Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Danny Miller Won
Best Exit Marc Silcock Nominated
Best Newcomer Pauline Quirke Nominated
Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Wedding Chas Dingle and Carl King Nominated
Best Young Actor Joe-Warren Plant Nominated
Sexiest Female Sammy Winward Nominated
Sexiest Male Danny Miller Nominated
2013 Best Actor Jeff Hordley Nominated [32]
Best Actress Lesley Dunlop Nominated
Best Bad Boy Dominic Power Won
Best Newcomer Laura Norton Nominated
Best Soap Emmerdale Won
Best Storyline Cameron's killer cover-up Won
Best Young Actor Eden Taylor-Draper Nominated
Funniest Female Laura Norton Nominated
Outstanding Achievement 40th anniversary live episode Won
Sexiest Female Natalie Anderson Nominated
Sexiest Male Matthew Wolfenden Nominated
2014 Best Actor Jeff Hordley Nominated [33]
Best Actress Verity Rushworth Nominated
Best Bad Boy Michael Parr Nominated
Best Bitch Emma Atkins Nominated
Funniest Female Laura Norton Won
Best Newcomer Michael Parr Won
Best Young Actor Amelia Flanagan Won
Sexiest Male Michael Parr Nominated
Sexiest Female Natalie Anderson Nominated
Best Family The Dingles Nominated
Best Storyline The Woolpack siege Nominated
Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
2015 Best Actor Michael Parr Won [34]
[35]
Best Actress Charley Webb Nominated
Best Affair Debbie Dingle and Ross Barton Won
Best Affair Robert Sugden and Aaron Livesy Nominated
Best Bad Boy Michael Parr Won
Best Bad Girl Emma Atkins Nominated
Best Newcomer Ryan Hawley Won
Best Partnership Charlie Hardwick and Chris Chittell Won
Best Shock Twist Robert and Aaron's relationship Nominated
Best Show-Stopper Donna Windsor's death Nominated
Best Soap Emmerdale Won
Best Young Actor Amelia Flanagan Won
Funniest Female Laura Norton Nominated
Sexiest Female Natalie Anderson Nominated
Sexiest Male Danny Miller Nominated
Sexiest Male Michael Parr Won
2016 Best Partnership Ryan Hawley and Danny Miller Won
Best Shock Twist Val dies in the hall of mirrors! Won
Best Soap Emmerdale Won
Best Young Actor Amelia Flanagan Won

National Television Awards[edit]

The National Television Awards were launched in 1995 and they are broadcast by ITV. The awards are voted on by the general public and the winners are given the title of "Most Popular" rather than "Best".

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1995 Most Popular Newcomer Ian Kelsey Nominated [36]
Most Popular Newcomer Jacqueline Pirie Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
1996 Most Popular Newcomer Lisa Riley Won [37]
1997 Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
1998 Most Popular Newcomer Anna Brecon Won [38]
[39]
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
1999 Most Popular Actress Lisa Riley Nominated [40]
Most Popular Newcomer Samantha Giles Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2000 Most Popular Actress Samantha Giles Nominated [41]
Most Popular Newcomer Kate McGregor Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2001 Most Popular Newcomer Tony Audenshaw Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2002 Most Popular Actress Leah Bracknell Nominated [42]
Most Popular Newcomer Emily Symons Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer Sammy Winward Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2003 Most Popular Newcomer Charley Webb Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2004 Most Popular Newcomer Patsy Kensit Nominated [43]
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2005 Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated [44]
2006 Most Popular Actress Ursula Holden Gill Nominated [45]
Most Popular Newcomer Jenna Louise Coleman Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2007 Most Popular Newcomer Joseph Gilgun Nominated [46]
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2008 Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Charlotte Bellamy Nominated [47]
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2010 Most Popular Newcomer James Sutton Nominated [48]
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2011 Most Popular Newcomer Marc Silcock Nominated [49]
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Performance Danny Miller Nominated
2012 Most Popular Newcomer Chelsea Halfpenny Nominated [50]
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Performance Danny Miller Nominated
2013 Most Popular Newcomer Liam Fox Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2014 Most Popular Newcomer Michelle Hardwick Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2015 Most Popular Newcomer Michael Parr Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Emmerdale Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Performance Verity Rushworth Nominated

Royal Television Society Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2002 Soap and Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2004 Soap and Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2005 Soap and Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2006 Soap and Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated
2012 Soap and Continuing Drama Emmerdale Nominated [51]
2016 Soap and Continuing Drama Emmerdale Won

Television and Radio Industries Club Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2007 TV Soap of the Year Emmerdale Nominated
Special Recognition Award Emmerdale Won
2008 TV Soap of the Year Emmerdale Nominated
2014 TV Soap of the Year Emmerdale Nominated

TV Now Awards[edit]

The TV Now Awards is an annual awards ceremony, which takes place in Ireland. The awards celebrate favourite television moments from the previous year.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2009 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
2010 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated [52]
Favourite Soap Family The Dingles Won

TVTimes Awards[edit]

The TVTimes Awards began in 1969 and are awarded by TVTimes magazine.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2009 Favourite Soap Star Dominic Brunt Nominated [53]
Favourite Soap Star Charlie Hardwick Nominated
2010 Favourite Newcomer Danny Miller Won [54]
[55]
Favourite Soap Star Dominic Brunt Nominated
Favourite Soap Star Mark Charnock Nominated
Programme of the Year Emmerdale Won
2011 Favourite Soap Star Danny Miller Won [56]
[57]
Favourite Soap Star Pauline Quirke Nominated
2014 Favourite Soap Star Mark Charnock Nominated [58]
Emma Atkins Nominated
Favourite Newcomer Amelia Flanagan Nominated
2016 Favourite Soap Star Danny Miller Won
Lucy Pargeter Nominated
Favourite Newcomer Isobel Steele Won

TV Quick and TV Choice Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1998 Best Soap Newcomer Anna Brecon Won [59]
2000 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Soap Actress Samantha Giles Won
2001 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
2002 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
2003 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Soap Actress Leah Bracknell Nominated
2004 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Soap Actor Mark Charncok Nominated
Best Soap Actress Sheree Murphy Nominated
Best Soap Storyline Tricia's Death Nominated
2005 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Soap Actress Emma Atkins Won
Best Soap Newcomer Charlie Hardwick Nominated
Best Soap Newcomer Patsy Kensit Nominated
Best Soap Storyline Charity and Tom's Failed Wedding Won
2006 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Soap Actress Ursula Holden Gill Nominated
Best Soap Newcomer Jenna Louise Coleman Nominated
2007 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Soap Actress Ursula Holden Gill Won
Best Soap Newcomer Joseph Gilgun Nominated
Best Soap Storyline Alice's Battle with Cancer Won
2008 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Soap Actress Charlotte Bellamy Won
Best Soap Storyline Laurel and Ashley's cot death heartbreak Won
2009 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Best Soap Storyline Shane's Murder Nominated
2010 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated [60]
[61]
Best Soap Actor Danny Miller Won
Best Soap Actress Charlotte Bellamy Nominated
Best Soap Newcomer Adam Thomas Won
Best Soap Storyline Aaron's gay self-loathing Won
2011 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated [62]
Best Soap Actor Danny Miller Nominated
Best Soap Actress Pauline Quirke Nominated
Best Soap Storyline Lisa's rape Nominated
2012 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated [63]
Best Soap Newcomer Gemma Oaten Nominated
Best Soap Actor Steve Halliwell Nominated
2013 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated [64]
Best Soap Newcomer Laura Norton Nominated
Best Soap Actor Jeff Hordley Nominated
2014 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated [65]
Best Soap Newcomer Michael Parr Nominated
Best Soap Storyline Killer Cameron/The Woolpack Siege Nominated
2015 Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated [66]
Best Soap Newcomer Ryan Hawley Nominated
Best Soap Actor Danny Miller Won
Best Soap Actress Natalie Anderson Nominated
2016 Best Soap Emmerdale Won
Best Soap Actor Danny Miller Won

Other awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result Ref
2008 Daily Star Soaper Star Awards Best Family The Dingles Won [67]
Daily Star Soaper Star Awards Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
2010 Mental Health Media Awards Soaps Emmerdale Nominated [68]
2010 Stonewall Awards Broadcast of the Year Emmerdale Nominated [69]
2012 Virgin Media TV Awards Best Baddy Cain Dingle Nominated [70]
[71]
[72]
Virgin Media TV Awards Best Soap Emmerdale Nominated
Virgin Media TV Awards Most Explosive TV Moment Of The Year Jackson's assisted suicide Nominated
Radio Times Creative Diversity Network Soap Award Best Soap Storyline Episode: 28 March 2012 Nominated [73]

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