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May 18, 2012 at 8:02 pm #422474
The nominations for the 9th Annual Goldie Awards are as follows:
Outstanding Drama Series
Days of Our Lives — Ken Corday, Executive Producer
General Hospital — Jill Farren Phelps, Executive Producer
One Life to Live — Frank Valentini, Executive Producer
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Darnell Williams — “All My Children”
James Scott — “Days of Our Lives”
Steve Burton — “General Hospital”
Anthony Geary — “General Hospital”
Jerry verDorn — “One Life to Live”
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Debbi Morgan — “All My Children”
Laura Wright — “General Hospital”
Florencia Lozano — “One Life to Live”
Erika Slezak — “One Life to Live”
Melody Thomas Scott — “The Young and the Restless”
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Jacob Young — “All My Children”
Matthew Ashford — “Days of Our Lives”‘
Jonathan Jackson — “General Hospital”
Jason Thompson — “General Hospital”
Billy Miller — “The Young and the Restless”
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Heather Tom — “The Bold and the Beautiful”
Arianne Zuker — “Days of Our Lives”
Rebecca Herbst — “General Hospital”
Ilene Kristen — “One Life to Live”
Robin Strasser — “One Life to Live”
Genie Francis — “The Young and the Restless”
Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series
Casey Deidrick — “Days of Our Lives”
Chandler Massey — “Days of Our Lives”
Chad Duell — “General Hospital”
Eddie Alderson — “One Life to Live”
David Gregory — “One Life to Live”
Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series
Jacqueline MacInnes Wood — “The Bold and the Beautiful”
Kate Mansi — “Days of Our Lives”
Kristen Alderson — “One Life to Live”
Kelley Missal — “One Life to Live”
Christel Khalil — “The Young and the Restless”
Outstanding Limited/Guest Performance in a Drama Series
Julia Barr — “All My Children”
David Canary — “All My Children”
Andrea Evans — “One Life to Live”
Fiona Hutchison — “One Life to Live”
Amanda Setton — “One Life to Live”
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series
All My Children — David Kreizman, Donna Swajeski, Lorraine Broderick, Head Writers
Days of Our Lives — Dena Higley, Christopher Whitesell, Marlene Clark, Poulter, Darrell Ray Thomas Jr., Gary Tomlin, Head Writers
One Life to Live — Ron Carlivati, Head Writer
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series
All My Children — Casey Childs, Steven Williford, Angela Tessinari, Anthony Pascarelli, Jill Ackles, Michael V. Pomarico, Shelley Curtis, Directors
General Hospital — William Ludel, Scott McKinsey, Owen Renfroe, Phideaux Xavier, Directors
One Life to Live — Larry Carpenter, Gary Donatelli, Jill Mitwell, Mary Ryan, Zetna Fuentes, Frank Valentini, Jennifer Pepperman, Directors
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series
Days of Our Lives — Marnie Saitta, Casting Director
General Hospital — Mark Teschner, Casting Director
One Life to Live — Julie Madison, Casting Director
Outstanding Ensemble Cast
Days of Our Lives
One Life to Live
Outstanding Talk/Service Show
The Dr. Oz Show — Mindy Borman, Executive Producer
Live with Regis and Kelly — Michael Gelman, Regis Philbin, Executive Producers
The Talk — John Redmann, Sara Gilbert, Brad Bessey, Executive Producers
The View — Barbara Walters, Bill Geddie, Executive Producers
Outstanding Game Show
Jeopardy — Harry Friedman, Executive Producer
The Price is Right — Syd Vinnedge, Executive Producer
Wheel of Fortune — Harry Friedman, Executive Producer
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire — Catherine Ann Miller, Rich Sirop, Executive Producers
Ellen DeGeneres — “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”
Alex Trebek — “Jeopardy”
Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa — “Live with Regis and Kelly”
Joy Behar, Whoopi Goldberg, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Sherri Shepherd, and Barbara Walters — “The View”
Lifetime Achievement Award
One Life To Live – 17 nominations
General Hospital – 11 nominations
Days Of Our Lives – 10 nominations
All My Children – 7 nominations
The Young And The Restless – 4 nominations
The Bold And The Beautiful – 2 nominations
Jeopardy – 2 nominations
Live With Regis And Kelly – 2 nominations
The View – 2 nominations
The Dr. Oz Show – 1 nomination
The Ellen DeGeneres Show – 1 nomination
The Price Is Right – 1 nomination
The Talk – 1 nomination
Wheel Of Fortune – 1 nomination
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire – 1 nomination
May 18, 2012 at 8:09 pm #422476
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Happy voting!May 18, 2012 at 8:19 pm #422477
BLIND ITEM ANSWERS:
Most of you guys guessed these correctly
– Soap that ties the record for most nominations in a single year: “One Life to Live,” with 17. Incidentally, the record was originally set by “One Life to Live” in 2008.
– Soap with the most nominations for all time: “One Life to Live,” with 108. The previous record-holder was “The Young and the Restless,” whose 4 nominations this year bring its lifetime total to 101.
– Soap nominated in all categories except Supporting Actor: “One Life to Live”
– Soap nominated for writing and directing, but not drama: “All My Children” — I think this was the only blind item that stumped pretty much everyone.
– 2nd most nominated actor without a win: Kristen Alderson. This year marks her 6th nomination. She is tied with her brother Eddie Alderson for nominations, but Eddie won his category last year.
– 3rd most nominated actor without a win: Heather Tom. This is her 5th nomination. She received a supporting actress nomination for OLTL, two for B&B, a Supporting Actress of the Decade nomination for Y&R, and she finished 2nd for Individual Achievement of the Decade, which is nothing to sneeze at, but alas, not technically a win.
** The most nominated actor without a win is Scott Clifton. With 8 nominations, he is also the most nominated actor at the Goldie Awards, period. 2-time winner Tuc Watkins is close behind with 7 career bids. The Alderson siblings are tied with Greg Rikaart for third place.May 19, 2012 at 12:43 pm #422480
Good nominees, but wtf Genie Francis?May 19, 2012 at 8:07 pm #422481
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE can we give Irna Phillips the Legacy Award.May 19, 2012 at 11:45 pm #422482
Great nominations minus the one.May 26, 2012 at 6:03 pm #422483
BUMPMay 26, 2012 at 6:46 pm #422484
Ballot sent. Thanks for the reminder.May 27, 2012 at 7:52 pm #422485
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE can we give Irna Phillips the Legacy Award.
I agree! It is long long overdue. If it weren’t for Irna Phillips there would be no soap operas.
For those who are not familar with who Irna Phillips is, I IMPLORE you to look her up on Wikipedia. Irna Phillips single handedly invented the soap opera genre and mentored the likes of Bill Bell and Agnes Nixon.May 27, 2012 at 7:54 pm #422486
This probably isn’t something you will be willing to tell us, but I’m wondering if any of the nominees made it on the final ballot by a very narrow margin, any of the nominees make it in by just one or two votes? Anybody that was 1 or 2 votes shy of getting nominated?May 27, 2012 at 8:08 pm #422487
I won’t reveal any details about totals for the nominees, because knowing how much support a nominee had in the previous round might skew voting this time around. I will, however, be happy to discuss anyone who wasn’t nominated, because the ship has sailed for them.
I will also say that yes, in more categories than you might think, certain contenders failed to make the cut by only one or two points.May 29, 2012 at 8:43 pm #422488
I will, however, be happy to discuss anyone who wasn’t nominated, because the ship has sailed for them.
I will also say that yes, in more categories than you might think, certain contenders failed to make the cut by only one or two points.
I think that is fair.
So yes, who didn’t make the cut that would have had it been only for a few measly points? was there anybody that only got 1 or 2 votes and was nowhere near a nomination?May 30, 2012 at 1:49 pm #422489
Ballot sentMay 30, 2012 at 2:26 pm #422490
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