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Soap News: Daytime Emmy Pre-Nominations Announced, Brown Leaves B&B

by Allison Waldman, posted Feb 28th 2011 1:32PM
susan_lucci_daytime_emmys_getty_imagesIn advance of the official Daytime Emmys, the pre-nominations list has come out. The pre-noms are a way for the Emmys to narrow down the selections in the acting categories to the performers who will be on the ballot for the official nominations. This preliminary step covers six acting categories.

Here are the actors, show by show -- including 'As the World Turns' for the last time -- who will be competing to make it on the final ballot in the four main acting categories:

'All My Children'

Outstanding Lead Actress: Rebecca Budig as Greenlee Hayward; Alicia Minshew as Kendall Slater; Debbi Morgan as Angie Hubbard

Outstand Lead Actor: Ricky Paull Goldin as Jake Martin; Michael E. Knight as Tad Martin

Outstanding Supporting Actress: Melissa Claire Egan as Annie Chandler; Chrishell Strause as Amanda Martin

Outstanding Supporting Actor: Cornelius Smith Jr. as Franklin Hubbard; Jacob Young as J.R. Chandler

maura_west_michael_park_as_the_world_turns_cbs'As the World Turns'

Outstanding Lead Actress: Maura West as Carly; Colleen Zenk as Barbara

Outstanding Lead Actor: Jon Lindstrom as Craig; Michael Park as Jack

Outstanding Supporting Actress: Terri Conn as Katie; Lesli Kay as Molly; Julie Pinson as Janet

Outstanding Supporting Actor: Trent Dawson as Henry, Eric Sheffer Stevens as Reid

'The Bold and the Beautiful'

Outstanding Lead Actress: Susan Flannery as Stephanie; Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke

Outstanding Lead Actor: Don Diamont as Bill; Jack Wagner as Nick

Outstanding Supporting Actress: Adrienne Frantz as Amber; Heather Tom as Katie

Outstanding Supporting Actor: Patrick Duffy as Stephen, Rick Hearst as Whip

nicole_chloe_days_of_our_lives_nbc'Days Of Our Lives'

Outstanding Lead Actress: Kristian Alfonso as Hope; Alison Sweeney as Sami

Outstanding Lead Actor: Peter Reckell as Bo; James Scott as EJ

Outstanding Supporting Actress: Nadia Bjorlin as Chloe; Arianne Zucker as Nicole

Outstanding Supporting Actor: Shawn Christian as Daniel; Jay Johnson as Philip

'General Hospital'

Outstanding Lead Actress: Kelly Monaco as Sam; Laura Wright as Carly

Outstanding Lead Actor: Maurice Benard as Sonny; Steve Burton as Jason

Outstanding Supporting Actress: Julie Berman as Lulu; Nancy Grahn as Alexis

Outstanding Supporting Actor: Jonathan Jackson as Lucky; Jason Thompson as Patrick

bo_clint_one_life_to_live_abc'One Life to Live'

Outstanding Lead Actress: Kassie DePaiva as Blair; Gina Tognoni as Kelly

Outstanding Lead Actor: Jerry Ver Dorn as Clint; Robert S. Woods as Bo

Outstanding Supporting Actress: Robin Strasser as Dorian; Bree Williamson as Jessica

Outstanding Supporting Actor: Brian Kerwin as Charlie; Mark Lawson as Brody

'The Young and the Restless'


Outstanding Lead Actress: Jeanne Cooper as Katherine; Michelle Stafford as Phyllis

Outstanding Lead Actor: Peter Bergman as Jack; Christian Le Blanc as Michael

Outstanding Supporting Actress: Tricia Cast as Nina; Amelia Heinle as Victoria; Elizabeth Hendrickson as Chloe

Outstanding Supporting Actor: Doug Davidson as Paul; Billy Miller as Billy

Only registered, eligible peer voters received a ballot with the full list of all entrants submitted from each show. The voter could check off as many candidates as they believed worthy of Emmy consideration.

What that means for us soap fans is that the actors who are not mentioned above were overlooked by the Emmy voters. Well, better luck next year. The 38th Annual Daytime Emmy nominations will be announced on Wednesday, May 11, and the awards will be presented on Sunday, June 19, from Las Vegas.


sarah_brown_aggie_the_bold_and_the_beautiful_cbsBrown Out on B&B

Three-time Emmy winner Sarah Brown has been dropped to recurring status on 'The Bold and the Beautiful.' This isn't a big surprise, especially for those who watched last week's new opening credits for B&B -- which left out Brown.

Also, Brown's character, Aggie Jones, has been stuck on a back burner for months. Even when her lover, Nick, went through his recent cancer scare and smoking addiction struggles, Aggie was barely involved. That was a tell-tale sign that something was amiss.

It's a shame, really, because Brown is an award-winning actress who's capable of a big-time storyline. Unfortunately, with only a 30-minute timeslot, B&B has trouble finding time for all the talent on the show. Brown will continue appearing on the soap as a non-contract player, but she is reportedly looking for primetime and/or feature work.

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