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    Ardejah Cat Harbin
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    #1204236800

    The younger actress award has always been a favorite of mines. Alot of deserving females have won this award.

    1985: Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren, Y&R) (I have always wanted to know what episodes she submitted but I never could find out).
    1986: Ellen Wheeler (Vicky/Marley, AW) (Vicky and Marley meet face to face)
    1987: Martha Byrne (Lily, ATWT) (I have no clue what her submissions were)
    1988: Julianne Moore (Frannie/Sabrina, ATWT) (Sabrina tells Frannie that she slept with her fiance Seth Snyder)
    1989: Kimberly Mccullough (Robin, GH) (I know one of her reels was a funny one with Robin telling Robert about her hair)
    1990: Cady McClain (Dixie, AMC ) (Dixie is escorted to the mental institution/Dixie thinks that Tad is spying on her)
    1991: Anne Heche (Vicky/Marley, AW) (Vicky confronts Donna for sleeping with Jake/Vicky comforts Marley after her rape)
    1992: Tricia Cast (Nina, Y&R) (a jailed Nina has flashbacks of her shooting David Kimble)
    1993: Heather Tom (Victoria, Y&R) (Victoria confronts Victor about her relationship with Ryan)
    1994: Melissa Hayden (Bridget, GL) (after Vanessa tells Bridget that she can’t see Peter, she goes off on Dylan)
    1995: Sarah Michelle Gellar (Kendall, AMC) (Kendall goes off on Bobby about Erica and Dimitri)
    1996: Kimberly Mccullough (Robin, GH ) (Robin deals with her HIV diagnosis and the aftermath of Stone’s death
    1997: Sarah Brown (Carly, GH) (Carly goes off Luke about her relationship with Tony)
    1998: Sarah Brown (Carly, GH) Carly confronts Tony about drawing up custody papers)
    1999: Heather Tom (Victoria, Y&R) (Nikki comforts Victoria after she loses her baby)
    2000: Camryn Grimes (Cassie takes the stand at and tells the court that she wants to live with Nick and Sharon)
    2001: Adrienne Frantz (Amber, B&B) (Rick confronts Amber about lying about Little Rick/Amber says a heartfelt goodbye to Little Rick)
    2002: Jennifer Finnigan (Bridget, B&B) (Deacon and Bridget get married in Las Vegas/Bridget confronts Deacon about Brooke’s meddling)
    2003: Jennifer Finnigan (Bridget, B&B) (Bridget finds out that Brooke and Deacon had an affair/Bridget confronts Deacon)
    2004: Jennifer Finnigan (Bridget, B&B) (Bridget kisses Ridge and has a meltdown)
    2005: Eden Rigel (Bianca, AMC) (Bianca finds out that her baby is dead/Bianca gives Babe her baby back)
    2006: Jennifer Landon (Gwen, ATWT) (Gwen finds out that her baby is dead and the baby she’s raising is Jennifer’s/Gwen says goodbye to her baby)
    2007: Jennifer Landon (Gwen, ATWT) (during a concert Gwen tells Iris to stay out of her life/Gwen finds out that Will cheated with Jade)
    2008: Jennifer Landon (Gwen/Cleo, ATWT) (Jade tells Maddie and Gwen that she’s going to the police and Gwen loses it. She later tells Will that they killed Adam/Gwen meets her doppelganger Cleo Babbitt)
    2009: Julie Berman (Lulu, GH) (Lulu loses it in court)
    2010: Julie Berman (Lulu, GH) (Lulu confronts Luke about being an absent father)
    2011: Brittany Allen (Marissa, AMC ) (JR confronts Marissa about her affair with Scott)
    2012: Christel Khalil (Lily, Y&R) (Cane’s ghost haunts Lily/Lily goes to a mental institution)
    2013: Kristen Alderson (Start, GH) (Starr blames Sonny for the death if her daughter and husband)
    2014: Hunter King (Summer, Y&R) (Nick tells Summer that Jack is her biological father)
    2015: Hunter King (Summer, Y&R) (Summer confronts Sharon about switching the paternity results)
    2016: True O’Brien (Paige, Days) (Paige finds out that JJ and Eve slept together)
    2017: Lexie Ainsworth (Kristina, GH) (Kristina tells Sonny about her feelings for Parker)
    2018: Chloe Lainer (Nelle, GH) (Nelle and Carly go at it and Carly slaps Nelle)
    2019: Haley Erin (Kiki, GH) (Kiki tells Ava that she doesn’t want anything to do with her/ I forget the priests name but he comforts Kiki)

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    ^1986 was Ellen Wheeler as Marley and Victoria; Anne Heche came on the show in 1987 and left in 1991. Both actresses won for both roles!

    I watched True O’Brien’s winning reel again recently and it was truly an amazing reel!

    I really really really disliked Hunter King’s reels and wins ):

    I am pretty sure Martha Byrne submitted the scene where she learns that Josh (Rod) is her biological father???

    Loved Anne Heche’s reel probably the best of all these.

    Julianne Moore was great in that scene but my favorite from that year was when Kim told Sabrina she loved her but didn’t really like her, and Frannie confronting Sabrina about her having had sex with Seth.

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    #1204237255

    Stop paying attention to this category after the late 00s

    Jennifer Landon’s first win

    Sarah Brown’s second win

    are my favorites

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    I think Sarah Brown’s Emmy reel from her second win was Carly confronting Dr Tony Jones about trying to take custody of baby Michael

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    Ardejah Cat Harbin
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    I’m watching it now I would have voted for Brown as well.

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    There’s no way that was the right reel for 1996 and McCullough’s win. The Emmys that year were in May 1996 and she had that scene at the Nurses Ball in June 1996. Here’s the actual reel:

    https://youtu.be/oz7KNwyUuQA

     

    In those scenes she finds out her HIV diagnosis and she deals with the immediate aftermath of Stone’s death.

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    ^Yes, I thought that was her reel for 1996 too! She absolutely deserved her Emmy that year – she was beyond amazing!!!! I miss her – wish she would return to acting, Robin is missed on GH!

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    Freeman dunno if you follow her Twitter but she teased she’ll be part of the tribute episode to John Reilly scheduled for May 21 (cool it with the preemptions ABC ok???).

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    The younger actress award has always been a favorite of mines. Alot of deserving females have won this award.

    1985: Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren, Y&R) (I have always wanted to know what episodes she submitted but I never could find out).
    1986: Ellen Wheeler (Vicky/Marley, AW) (Vicky and Marley meet face to face)
    1987: Martha Byrne (Lily, ATWT) (I have no clue what her submissions were)
    1988: Julianne Moore (Frannie/Sabrina, ATWT) (Sabrina tells Frannie that she slept with her fiance Seth Snyder)
    1989: Kimberly Mccullough (Robin, GH) (I know one of her reels was a funny one with Robin telling Robert about her hair)
    1990: Cady McClain (Dixie, AMC ) (Dixie is escorted to the mental institution/Dixie thinks that Tad is spying on her)
    1991: Anne Heche (Vicky/Marley, AW) (Vicky confronts Donna for sleeping with Jake/Vicky comforts Marley after her rape)

    1n 1991 Anne Heche delivered the performance of the year with ” The Dark Mirror ” storyline. If she had competed in Best Lead Actress she would have won in that category as well. Nominees were often time name checked. But for a win, their tapes were actually watched and judged by the Blue Ribbon panel. Years after her win, a friend of mine was still shocked that it was Heche in both roles and not two different actresses. No actress in daytime played rage better than her and she goes full throttle in her submission with the always brilliant Anna Stuart.The second slap delivered by Heche in the scene wasn’t scripted,she did it in the moment. The stunned look on Anna Stuart’s face says it all as well as her ad lib ” Don’t you ever do that again!”

    Many would argue that Erika Slezak had the most demanding role in daytime playing eight different characters w/n the blink of an eye.No argument here, but Slezak ( who I worship as an actress ) often worked in opposites with her characterizations.Subtracting a trait from a character and adding it to the other to show distinction. That in no way minimizes her outstanding work. She was simply riveting to watch at all times. Heche took the opposite approach to playing twins. Rather than playing up how different they were in nature and personality, Anne Heche consciously chose to play up how similar they were as opposed to dissimilar. Heche gets the title for for the hardest working actress in daytime because she was literally in the NBC studio from sun up to sun down. Another World did double tapings. They did an AM taping where the actors involved were usually finished by 2:00pm and a PM taping ( usually starting at 3:00pm ). Unlike Slezak who’s contract stated all of her scenes to be taped first allowing her to leave by 4:00pm, Heche was in studio from early morning taping the Vicky scenes and then late at night taping the Marley scenes on duel role days.Her performance that year was nothing short of an acting revelation. That Emmy was hers.

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    Just for fun, this is who I would have voted for each year since 1985 in this category:

    1984-85 Lisa Trusel, Days Of Our Lives
    1985-86 Ellen Wheeler, Another World (winner)
    1986-87 Martha Byrne, As The World Turns (winner)
    1987-88 Julianne Moore, As The World Turns (winner)
    1988-89 Anne Heche, Another World
    1989-90 Kimberly McCullough, General Hospital
    1990-91 Anne Heche, Another World (winner)
    1991-92 Beth Ehlers, Guiding Light
    1992-93 Beth Ehlers, Guiding Light
    1993-94 Melissa Hayden, Guiding Light (winner)
    1994-95 Sarah Michelle Gellar, All My Children (winner)
    1995-96 Kimberly McCullough, General Hospital (winner)
    1996-97 Sarah J Brown, General Hospital (winner)
    1997 Sarah J Brown, General Hospital (winner)
    1998 Rebecca Herbst, General Hospital
    1999 Erin Torpey, One Life To Live
    2000 Annie Parisse, As The World Turns
    2001 Eden Riegel, All My Children
    2002 Jennifer Finnigan, The Bold and the Beautiful (winner)
    2003 Eden Riegel, All My Children
    2004 Eden Riegel, All My Children (winner)
    2005 Camryn Grimes, The Young and the Restless
    2006 Jennifer Landon, As The World Turns (winner)
    2007 Jennifer Landon, As The World Turns (winner)
    2008 Kirsten Storms, General Hospital
    2009 Julie Marie Berman, General Hospital (winner)
    2010 Lexi Ainsworth, General Hospital
    2011 Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, The Bold and the Beautiful
    2012 Kristen Alderson, General Hospital (winner)
    2013 Kelley Missal, One Life To Live
    2014 Haley Pullos, General Hospital
    2015 True O’Brien, Days Of Our Lives (winner)
    2016 Chloe Lanier, General Hospital
    2017 Chloe Lanier, General Hospital (winner)
    2018 Olivia Rose Keegan, Days Of Our Lives

    2019 (combined category for Younger Performer) Eden McCoy, General Hospital

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    Ardejah Cat Harbin
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    Omg im so sorry about that I wasnt sure what Mccullough picked I know she won for the HIV story and Stones death

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    I would’ve voted for Rachel Melvin in 2007, and Shelley Hennig in 2012.

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    ^Yes, I thought that was her reel for 1996 too! She absolutely deserved her Emmy that year – she was beyond amazing!!!! I miss her – wish she would return to acting, Robin is missed on GH!

    her Emmy win that year was pretty much a slam dunk

     

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    I’ve never known what Tracey E. Bregman won for. What was Lauren’s storylines between early 84 and early 85 (back then you could pick episodes between the previous year and between January or February of the next year before they changed it to a calendar year). Im not certain Martha byrne picked Lily finding out that Rod is her father. She might have picked the episode where she finds out Iva’s her mom instead. Lisa Brown picked The Rod/Lily/Iva scenes for her 88 reel that lost to Ellen Wheeler for AMC.

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    Lauren was bullying Traci during 1984-85 and my memory is that they showed a clip from that storyline but IDK if that was her submission.

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