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    Younger Actor

    Jonathan Jackson 1999

    Roger Howarth 1994

    Tom Pelphrey 2008

    Kevin Mambo 1997

    Chandler Massey 2012

     

    Younger Actress

    Sarah Brown 1998

    Jennifer Landon 2006

    Sarah Michelle Gellar 1995

    Cady McClain 1990

    Kimberly McCullogh 1996

     

     

     

     

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    1. Chandler Massey, 2011, 2012 and 2013
    2. Freddie Smith, 2014
    3. Brian Bloom, 1985
    4. Bryan Craig, 2016
    5. Andrew Kavovit, 1990

    It should include Van Hansis for 2006, Casey Moss for 2017 and Scott DeFreitas for 1988 and 1992!

    1. Anne Heche, 1991
    2. Kimberly McCullough, 1996
    3. Julianne Moore, 1988
    4. Eden Riegel, 2004
    5. True O’Brien, 2015

    It should include Camila Banus for 2013 and Haley Pullos for 2014.

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    1. Chandler Massey, 2011, 2012 and 2013 2. Freddie Smith, 2014 3. Brian Bloom, 1985 4. Bryan Craig, 2016 5. Andrew Kavovit, 1990 It should include Van Hansis for 2006, Casey Moss for 2017 and Scott DeFreitas for 1988 and 1992! 1. Anne Heche, 1991 2. Kimberly McCullough, 1996 3. Julianne Moore, 1988 4. Eden Riegel, 2004 5. True O’Brien, 2015 It should include Camila Banus for 2013 and Haley Pullos for 2014.

    nice list

    Kavovit’s win was always funny since it was only one other person in that category that year

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    nice list

    Kavovit’s win was always funny since it was only one other person in that category that year

    The reason for that being the case was that they had changed the eligibility age and pretty much nobody else was eligible, like Scott DeFreitas, who was one year older. Much like they are planning on doing the year after this one.

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    The reason for that being the case was that they had changed the eligibility age and pretty much nobody else was eligible, like Scott DeFreitas, who was one year older. Much like they are planning on doing the year after this one.

    oh wow I didn’t know that

    If it wasn’t for the age change do you think it would be another winner?

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    I always thought this category was a cheat code for some actors/ actresses to win an Emmy

    Tom Pelphrey was basically the lead actor of that show when he won his Emmys

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    oh wow I didn’t know that

    If it wasn’t for the age change do you think it would be another winner?

    IDK – but I think Scott DeFreitas would have at least been nominated. Andrew had a very strong storyline with Emily and James, killing the latter (well, as dead as anyone ever is on a soap!) (;

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    Younger Actress:

    Jennifer Landon, ATWT (2006)

    Heather Tom, Y&R (1998)

    Tricia Cast, Y&R (1991)

    Jennifer Finnigan, B&B (2002)

    Camryn Grimes, Y&R (1999)

    Younger Actor:

    Tom Pelphrey, GL (2005)

    David Tom, Y&R (1999)

    Jordi Vilasuso, GL (2002)

    David Lago, Y&R (2004)

    Kristoff St. John, Y&R (1991)

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    Younger Actress: Jennifer Landon, ATWT (2006) Heather Tom, Y&R (1998) Tricia Cast, Y&R (1991) Jennifer Finnigan, B&B (2002) Camryn Grimes, Y&R (1999) Younger Actor: Tom Pelphrey, GL (2005) David Tom, Y&R (1999) Jordi Vilasuso, GL (2002) David Lago, Y&R (2004) Kristoff St. John, Y&R (1991)

    I remember David Lago was the surprise winner that year

    Tom Pelphrey was the favorite to win that year

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    ^^^ Yes, you’re right. And both were incredibly deserving of their wins!

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    Actor: 1. Tom Pelphrey (2006 for Jonathan’s meltdown in front of Reva & Nate)
    2. Rick Hearst (1991 for Alan-Michael confronting Blake about her lies)
    3. Tom Pelphrey (2008 for Tammy’s death)
    4. Andrew Kavovit (1990 for Paul telling a comatose Hank that he’s sorry for treating him unfairly and Paul and Barbara’s argument leads to him moving out)
    5. Jordi Vilasuso (2003 for Tony being in prison for Catalina’s murder)

    Actress: 1. Anne Heche (1991 for Vicky confronting Donna for sleeping with Jake and Vicky finds out that Jake raped Marley)
    2. Julianne Moore (1988 for Sabrina confessing to Frannie that she slept with Seth)
    3. Cady McClain (1990 for Dixie being dragged off to a mental institution and Dixie confronts Tad for spying on her)
    4. Sarah Michelle Gellar (1995 for…I’m not sure who she was talking to but she acted her butt off)
    5. (tie) Jennifer Landon (2006 for Gwen finding out that her baby died and Gwen visiting her baby’s grave)
    Jennifer Finnigan (2003 for Bridget finding out about Deacon and Brooks affair)

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    ^^^ Yes, you’re right. And both were incredibly deserving of their wins!

    I meant the year David Lago won Tom Pelphrey was the favorite to win that year

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    Actor: 1. Tom Pelphrey (2006 for Jonathan’s meltdown in front of Reva & Nate) 2. Rick Hearst (1991 for Alan-Michael confronting Blake about her lies) 3. Tom Pelphrey (2008 for Tammy’s death) 4. Andrew Kavovit (1990 for Paul telling a comatose Hank that he’s sorry for treating him unfairly and Paul and Barbara’s argument leads to him moving out) 5. Jordi Vilasuso (2003 for Tony being in prison for Catalina’s murder) Actress: 1. Anne Heche (1991 for Vicky confronting Donna for sleeping with Jake and Vicky finds out that Jake raped Marley) 2. Julianne Moore (1988 for Sabrina confessing to Frannie that she slept with Seth) 3. Cady McClain (1990 for Dixie being dragged off to a mental institution and Dixie confronts Tad for spying on her) 4. Sarah Michelle Gellar (1995 for…I’m not sure who she was talking to but she acted her butt off) 5. (tie) Jennifer Landon (2006 for Gwen finding out that her baby died and Gwen visiting her baby’s grave) Jennifer Finnigan (2003 for Bridget finding out about Deacon and Brooks affair)

    In Sarah Michelle Gellar’s reel I’m pretty sure the Kendall character was confronting her biological father

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    I meant the year David Lago won Tom Pelphrey was the favorite to win that year

    Ah, I see. 2004 was a peculiar year (funny, I’ve been thinking about it quite a lot lately as the last time the Brood X cicadas were out in full force as they are currently, was exactly 17 years ago, in 2004!) because David Lago and Tom Pelphrey both only aired throughout a good quarter of the year (if I recall correctly, Lago exited Y&R sometime in April/May while Pelphrey debuted on GL in September, so their screen times were roughly the same). It’s easy to see why many regarded the latter as the favorite to win (his scenes particularly with Kim Zimmer were simply dynamite), but being the newbie in a group of mostly vets (Lago had already amassed an impressive four previous nominations in this category without a win), I think voters realized this was their final shot at rewarding Lago for what had been years of really excellent work.

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    ^I was curious as to who the other 3 nominees were that year: Scott Clifton for GH, Michael Grazaidei for Y&R (whatever happened to him?), and Jacob Young for AMC were the other nominees, in addition to Tom Pelphrey for GL and the winner David Lago for Y&R. Jacob Young was the only one who had won before (for GH, his worst role! I didn’t like his version of Lucky at all!). I think Tom Pelphrey ought to have won. I remember that David Lago gave a strange acceptance speech!

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