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12th Annual Goldie Awards — VOTE FOR WINNERS!!

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  • Daniel Montgomery
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    I’LL LIST THE NOMINEES IMMEDIATELY IN THE NEXT POST, BUT FIRST …

    The rules for voting for the winners:

    – Voting for winners begins effective immediately and will END on Friday, April 24, at 11:59pm Eastern Time.

    – Any and all Gold Derby users are eligible to vote, no matter when you registered.

    – Keeping it simple this time. To vote, simply select your favorite nominee in each category. No need to select a runner-up. The nominee with the most votes wins. Sample ballot:

    Best Drama Series: “As the Young General Turns”

    Best Actor: Chip Whitley, “Days of Guiding Hospital Passions”

    – Submit your ballots by sending me a Private Message. To do so, hover over my name and from the drop-down menu select “Send Message.”

    – You may vote in as many or as few categories as you wish.

    – You may post FYCs in this thread, but DO NOT post your entire ballot in this thread. Any questions or concerns may also be posted in this thread, and I will do my best to address them.

    Happy voting!

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    Daniel Montgomery
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    NOMINEES — 12TH ANNUAL GOLDIE AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN DAYTIME TELEVISION

    Best Drama Series
    “The Bold and the Beautiful” – Bradley Bell, Executive Producer
    “Days of Our Lives” – Ken Corday, Executive Producer
    “General Hospital” – Frank Valentini, Executive Producer
    “The Young and the Restless” – Jill Farren Phelps, Executive Producer

    Best Actor
    Maurice Benard, “General Hospital”
    Anthony Geary, “General Hospital”
    James Scott, “Days of Our Lives”
    Jason Thompson, “General Hospital”

    Best Actress
    Alison Sweeney, “Days of Our Lives”
    Melody Thomas Scott, “The Young and the Restless”
    Maura West, “General Hospital”
    Laura Wright, “General Hospital”

    Best Supporting Actor
    John Aniston, “Days of Our Lives”
    Blake Berris, “Days of Our Lives”
    Darin Brooks, “The Bold and the Beautiful”
    Chad Duell, “General Hospital”

    Best Supporting Actress
    Jen Lilley, “Days of Our Lives”
    Lisa LoCicero, “General Hospital”
    Cady McClain, “The Young and the Restless”
    Rena Sofer, “The Bold and the Beautiful”

    Best Younger Actor
    Nicholas Bechtel, “General Hospital”
    Bryan Craig, “General Hospital”
    Casey Moss, “Days of Our Lives”
    Freddie Smith, “Days of Our Lives”

    Best Younger Actress
    Camila Banus, “Days of Our Lives”
    Camryn Grimes, “The Young and the Restless”
    Haley Pullos, “General Hospital”

    Best Limited/Guest Performer
    Meredith Baxter, “The Young and the Restless”
    Robin Mattson, “General Hospital”
    Donna Mills, “General Hospital”
    Susan Seaforth-Hayes, “Days of Our Lives”

    Best Writing
    “The Bold and the Beautiful” – Bradley Bell, Head Writer; Michael Minnis, Co-Head Writer
    “Days of Our Lives” – Gary Tomlin, Christopher Whitesell, Head Writers
    “General Hospital” – Ron Carlivati, Head Writer
    “The Young and the Restless” – Shelley Altman, Jean Passanante, Head Writers

    Best Directing
    “The Bold and the Beautiful” – Jennifer Howard, Deveney Kelly, Cynthia J. Popp, David Shaughnessy, Michael Stich
    “Days of Our Lives” – Albert Alarr, Grant Johnson, Herbert Stein, Steven Williford
    “General Hospital” – Larry Carpenter, William Ludel, Scott McKinsey, Penny Pengra, Frank Valentini, Phideaux Xavier
    “The Young and the Restless” – Casey Childs, Michael Eilbaum, Sally McDonald, Conal O’Brien, Owen Renfroe

    Best Casting
    “The Bold and the Beautiful” – Christy Dooley, Casting Director
    “Days of Our Lives” – Marnie Saitta, Casting Director
    “General Hospital” – Mark Teschner, Casting Director
    “The Young and the Restless” – Judy Blye Wilson, Casting Director

    Best Ensemble Cast
    “The Bold and the Beautiful”
    “Days of Our Lives”
    “General Hospital”
    “The Young and the Restless”

    Lifetime Achievement Award
    Elizabeth Hubbard
    Claire Labine
    Erika Slezak
    Oprah Winfrey

    Legacy Award
    John Beradino
    Darlene Conley
    Gloria Monty
    Mary Stuart
    Michael Zazlow

    NOMINATION TOTALS:

    “General Hospital” – 17

    “Days of Our Lives” – 14

    “The Young and the Restless” – 9

    “The Bold and the Beautiful” – 7

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    Daniel Montgomery
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    Some interesting notes about the nominees:

    ** James Scott is nominated for Best Actor for the 6th consecutive year. He is the most nominated actor at this year’s awards and ties other 6-time nominees Eddie Alderson, Kristen Alderson, Peter Bergman, Greg Rikaart, and Heather Tom. He has yet to win.

    ** Melody Thomas Scott is also nominated for the 6th time, but she has won Best Actress three times before, more than any other woman.

    ** On the overall nominations leaderboard, Scott and Thomas still trail Tuc Watkins and Arianne Zucker (7 nominations) and poor Scott Clifton (9 nominations, no wins)

    ** Supporting Actress was the closest and most divided category. 23 women received at least one vote, which meant almost every ballot changed the lineup of nominees. Eileen Davidson and Nancy Lee Grahn were one point shy of nomination. Arianne Zucker was two points shy. Michelle Stafford was three points shy.

    ** Younger Actor had perhaps the strongest consensus. Hardly any other contenders had support besides those four.

    ** Goldie nominees who didn’t even make the pre-nominations at the Emmys: Maurice Benard, James Scott, Melody Thomas Scott, John Aniston, Jen Lilley, Rena Sofer, Nicholas Bechtel.

    ** First-time Goldie-nominees: John Aniston, Meredith Baxter, Nicholas Bechtel, Jen Lilley, Lisa LoCicero, Donna Mills, Haley Pullos, Susan Seaforth-Hayes, Rena Sofer

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    EmmyLoser
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    Exciting!  Congratulations, nominees!  Supporting actress is kind of a heartbreaker, but at the same time I like the lineup we have, which is both balanced and fresh.

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    OLTLfan
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    Thanks for putting these together Daniel.

    I’m surprised to see Geary and Benard make it. I didn’t think either was very popular around here.

    Sad to hear about NLG and Stafford. I wonder, was category confusion a factor? I know I didn’t have space to vote for any actor in more than one category. For the most part I followed the Emmy ballot and left Finola and NLG in supporting. But I just had to promote Stafford to lead. She might have been nommed if I left her in supporting. Was Finola Hughes a factor anywhere?

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    Scoopster
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    My picks have been sent!

    Thanks for doing this again!

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    Daniel Montgomery
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    Thanks for putting these together Daniel.

    I’m surprised to see Geary and Benard make it. I didn’t think either was very popular around here.
    Sad to hear about NLG and Stafford. I wonder, was category confusion a factor? I know I didn’t have space to vote for any actor in more than one category. For the most part I followed the Emmy ballot and left Finola and NLG in supporting. But I just had to promote Stafford to lead. She might have been nommed if I left her in supporting. Was Finola Hughes a factor anywhere?

    Category confusion might have been a factor. Michelle Stafford actually got at least one vote in all three fields — lead, supporting, and limited/guest. Finola Hughes also had votes in both lead and supporting categories. Whether they would have been nominated without the category ambiguity depends on whether the people who voted them lead would have even wanted to nominate them supporting and vice versa.

    Category confusion was not an issue for Nancy Lee Grahn. She only got votes in supporting.

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    cnmem10
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    Picks sent FYC  Casey Moss for younger actor

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    jaebest
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    I am just wondering while we are voting are we allowed ties? 

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    Daniel Montgomery
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    I am just wondering while we are voting are we allowed ties? 

    If you’re asking about the results, yes, we may have ties if more than one contender has the same number of votes in a category.

    If you’re asking about the actual voting, you must choose just ONE nominee from each category as your winner.

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    EmmyLoser
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    Lead actor was, for me, one of the trickier categories to vote.  There were a couple of guys I clearly wanted to see nominated, and then a long list of actor who either are leads that I didn’t want to get nominated or that I wanted to support but may not actually be leads.  That was really the only acting category where I was tempted to just name check rather than thinking back over the year to find a third candidate whose work I thought stood out.

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    jaebest
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    If you already sent your ballot and you choose two nominees as a winner? What are you suppose to do? 

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    Daniel Montgomery
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    If you already sent your ballot and you choose two nominees as a winner? What are you suppose to do? 

    I haven’t counted any ballots just yet. You can go ahead and submit a revised ballot selecting one candidate as a winner, and I’ll count it. 

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    gdfl
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    These are great!  The Goldie nominations always are a great and accurate representation of the year.

    I think it’ll be particularly interesting to see how the actors who are also Emmy nominees fair in this race.  For example, in Lead Actress, MTS is the only non-Emmy-nominee this year, but she is a perpetual Goldie favourite (see Daniel’s notes above).  On the other hand, Lisa LoCicero and Chad Duell seem to be competitive for the Emmy in their respective categories this year, but they’re each facing three awesome actors, non of whom are Emmy nominees this year.
     

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    FreemanGriffin
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    FYC: Elizabeth Hubbard for the Legacy Award. I was watching her performances on the Danish soap she did where she plays a grandmother and therapist – she was awesome! But also as Dr. Althea Hamilton Davis Bellini Morrison on The Doctors and Lucinda Walsh Dixon on As The World Turns (: Yeah! (:

    And of course: FYC: Alison Sweeney for Best Actress (:

    FYC: Robin Mattson as the nefarious and C-R-A-Z-Y Heather Webber! (:

    15 actors who I voted for in the first round made it to the final ballot – the Supporting Actress category was the only category where nobody I voted for made it through but I absolutely love Lisa LoCicero, so I can be happy with that. All 3 of both Younger acting categories made it!

    Elizabeth Hubbard and Claire Labine made it in for Lifetime Achievement (btw, Claire Labine looks like Diane Keaton in that picture!) and Michael Zaslow for Legacy Award! (: Wonderful! (:

    I noticed that CBS didn’t fare well with us in the acting categories: Y&R got 4 nominations for acting and B&B got 2; contrast that with 12 for GH and 9 for Days – interesting.

    Mostly, I’m very happy with our choices! (:

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