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    Lead Actress:

    1. Nancy Lee Grahn, GH
    2. Laura Wright, GH
    3. Sharon Case, Y&R
    4. Kristian Alfonso, Days
    5. Jen Lilley, Days
    6. Melissa Clare Egan, &R
    7. Mary Beth Evans, Days
    8. Heather Tom, B&B
    9. Gina Tognoni, Y&R
    10. Jess Walton, Y&R

    Lead Actor
    1. Billy Flynn, Days
    2. John McCook, B&B
    3. Jason Thompson, Y&R
    4. Scott Clifton, B&B
    5. Kristoff St. John, Y&R
    6. Roger Howarth, GH
    7. Christian LeBlanc, Y&R
    8. Peter Bergman, Y&R
    9. Vincent Irizarry, DAys
    10. Maurice Benard, GH

    Supporting Actress
    1. Judi Evans, Days
    2. Kate Mansi, Days
    3. Kelly Sullivan, Y&R
    4. Stacey Haiduk, Y&R
    5. Finola Hughes, GH
    6. Amelia Heinle, Y&R
    7. Anna Maria Horsford, B&B
    8. Eileen Davidson, Y&R
    9. Elizabeth Hendrickson, Y&R
    10. Michelle Stafford, GH

    Supporting Actor
    1. John Aniston, Days
    2. Chad Duell, GH
    3. Steve Burton, Y&R
    4. Wally Kurth, Days
    5. James Reynolds, Days
    6. Bryton James, Y&R
    7. Oba Babatunde, B&B
    8. Sean Carrigan, Y&R
    9. Dominic Zamprogna, GH
    10. Jeffrey Vincent Parise, GH

    Younger Actress

    1. Hayley Erin, GH
    2. Lexi Ainsworth, GH
    3. Chloe Lanier, GH
    4. Reign Edwards, B&B
    5. Camila Banus, Days
    6. Alyvia Alyn Lind, Y&R
    7. Paige Searcy, Days
    8. Hunter King, Y&R
    9. Olivia Keegan, Days

    Younger Actor
    1. Bryan Craig, GH
    2. Pierson Fode, B&B
    3. Kyler Pettis, Days
    4. Jared Breeze, Y&R
    5. Tequan Richmond, GH
    6. James Lastovic, Days
    7. Rome Flynn, B&
    8. Anthony Turpel, B&B

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    Allan
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    I can’t rank till I see what they submit. Like, Jess Walton, for example. I think she should have gone supporting. However, she has a tremendous reel if she goes with when they all thought Billy was going to die. Not lead, however, voters don’t necessarily know that. Like Mary Beth, last year, her material really wasn’t lead to me, yet she won. This year, I think she has much more lead material than last.

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    FreemanGriffin
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    ^Allan, my list was just based on the whole year; the reels change things. Some submit great reels while others won’t. We will know who the final five nominees are on March 22nd, I believe?

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    U ranked Gina Tognoni low and shes a lock if she submitted phyllis on the stand episode and fallout with billy stuff.

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    EmmyLoser
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    Those scene of Gina’s were good, but it’s hard to consider anyone a lock, even with the right submissions. I personally can’t imagine Heather Tom or Jen Lilley being denied if they submitted anywhere near their best work, and both, in my opinion, have a very obvious range of episodes that would make them impossible to rank below 2nd or 3rd. But I’m always wrong on these kinds of things.

    I’m kind of surprised that we haven’t yet gotten word on what any of the submissions are. They were due more than two weeks ago, and the final judging panel has been watching them for a week and a half. Though I guess now, with the ability to submit work from up to four episodes, describing what’s in someone’s reel could become very tricky. Some may just submit work from one or two episodes, but a person has the ability to almost edit together a new episode with that much material to choose from. It’s fun to imagine what some of the submissions could be, like I’d love to see Kate Mansi submit scenes from the solo episode where she, Chad and JJ are alone in the mansion waiting for Ben to arrive plus the episode where Abigail and Ben come face to face into the episode where she sets fire to him. Even beyond the great acting she did, the entertainment value for that kind of thing would be really high.

    Great to see you back here in the comments, Allan!

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    FreemanGriffin
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    I did a separate predictions thread; I simply don’t’ care for Gina T’s take on Phyllis – never have, never will. I loved her as Kelly and Dinah but for me Michelle Stafford is the only real Phyllis. I am predicting quite a few actors and actresses I do not believe ought to be nominated. It will be for me the usual mix of people who I think should be and people I think should not be finalists. We will know on the 22nd.

    EmmyLoser’s suggestion for an Emmy reel for Kate Mansi would certainly be a potential winner for her. The only thing though its that it could feel like a LEAD Actress submission rather than supporting. I assume she submitted supporting because of her leaving the show early in the year.

    I have searched all over the place to find any information on submissions; I haven’t found anything at all this year. Maybe we will learn more after the nominations come out.

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    EmmyLoser
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    I wonder if NATAS asked all of the actors not to disclose the content of their submissions. Usually by now we at least have people who have been asked on Twitter or something and given a response that way.

    And I agree with you on Gina Tognoni and Kate Mansi both. I think Kate would have a hard time finding a compelling submission where she doesn’t come across as a lead actress, but hopefully that won’t hinder her. Even though I did feel like I finally saw some work from Gina this past year that felt like it was in the right ballpark, I don’t think she has it to ever play the character of Phyllis the way it should be played. It’s just not the right match.

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    I love that Jess Walton is factoring into this year’s Emmy race as kind of a wild card! I could definitely see her sneak in, especially if voters are influenced at all by what’s been currently playing out on-screen (simply put, she’s been phenomenal) and, as opposed to last year where Jill was featured prominently only towards the last quarter, Walton has been frontburner for pretty much most of the current year, which might work in this case to her advantage. Of the three Y&R Lead Actress pre-nominees, though, I still feel Gina Tognoni and Sharon Case have a better shot simply based on the fact that they have a stronger overall body of work from which to glean submissions (and of all previous years in which Case has had no luck and had to sit out, this might be the first time where I think she has just the right material to really be competitive). For now, I’m giving Case a slight edge, but it will be interesting to see if the other two also make the final cut or Case will end up being Y&R’s sole nominee.

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    JONNYSBRO
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    I think its going to be hard beating Laura Wright for amazing stuff during morgans death.

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    Yes, with the nominees just having been announced, it’s really nice to see Laura Wright land a spot in the final line-up. She certainly deserves it and has the material to be competitive this year.

    And my apologies, I realized too late I had goofed in my earlier post when I unintentionally left out Melissa Claire Egan from Y&R’s deserving group of four (not three!) pre-nominees. While I admire that she submitted in Lead this year, I had a feeling (it must’ve been subconscious!) that she’d once again miss the cut. It’s so unfortunate and unfair that for a performer who always delivers her A-Game and already has such a fantastic and varied body of work under her belt, she is still Emmyless, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed for her next year when hopefully, she’ll have better luck.

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