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Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Guest Performer in a Drama Series

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Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Guest Performer in a Drama Series
Awarded forOutstanding Performance by a Guest Actor or Actress in a Drama Series
CountryUnited States
Presented by
First awarded1980
Currently held byPatricia Bethune,
General Hospital (2019)

The Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Guest Performer in a Drama Series is an award presented annually by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). It was first awarded at the 7th Daytime Emmy Awards in 1980,[1] and is given to honor an actor/actress who has delivered an outstanding performance in a guest role while working within the daytime drama industry.

Originally referred to as the Outstanding Cameo Appearance in a Drama Series category, it was changed to Outstanding Guest Performer in a Drama Series in 1987, when the category was re-introduced.[2] It began using its current title in 2015 when the category marked its return after 28 years and it included a criterion that "the performer’s character must have premiered in the current eligibility (calendar) year and have made a limited number of appearances in a significant role".[3] The Emmy was named after an "Immy", an affectionate term used to refer to the image orthicon camera tube.[4] The statuette was designed by Louis McManus, who modeled the award after his wife, Dorothy.[4] The Emmy statuette is fifteen inches tall from base to tip, weighing five pounds and is composed of iron, pewter, zinc and gold.[4]

The award was first presented to Hugh McPhillips for his role as Hugh Pearson on Days of Our Lives.[1] Since its inception, the award has been given to six actors. The Bold and the Beautiful is the show with the most awarded actors, with a total of two. In 2015, Donna Mills, Fred Willard and Ray Wise made Daytime Emmy Award history when they tied in the category. As of the 2018 ceremony, Vernee Watson is the most recent winner in this category for her portrayal of Stella Henry on General Hospital.

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Winners and nominees

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Table key
double-dagger Indicates the winner
Shipp at Magic City Comic Con 2016
John Wesley Shipp won in 1987 for his performance on Santa Barbara
Mills in a photoshoot for Police Story (1975)
Donna Mills won in 2015 for her role on General Hospital and was one of three recipients of the award that year
Year Performer Program Role Network Ref.
Hugh McPhillips Award winner Days of Our Lives Hugh Pearson
Sammy Davis Jr. One Life to Live Chip Warren
Joan Fontaine Ryan's Hope Page Williams ABC
Kathryn Harrold The Doctors Pat Reyerson ABC
Eli Mintz All My Children Locksmith ABC
John Wesley Shipp Award winner Santa Barbara Martin Ellis
Pamela Blair All My Children Maida Andrews ABC
Eileen Heckart One Life to Live Ruth Perkins ABC
Celeste Holm Loving Clara and Lydia Woodhouse ABC
Terrence Mann As the World Turns Jester CBS
Donna Mills Awards winner General Hospital Madeline Reeves
Fred Willard Awards winner The Bold and the Beautiful John Forrester
Ray Wise Awards winner The Young and the Restless Ian Ward
Meredith Baxter The Young and the Restless Maureen Russell CBS [8]
Sally Kellerman The Young and the Restless Constance Bingham CBS
Linda Elena Tovar General Hospital Rosalie Martinez ABC
Obba Babatundé Awards winner The Bold and the Beautiful Julius Avant
Anna Maria Horsford The Bold and the Beautiful Vivienne Avant CBS
Adam Leadbeater Days of Our Lives Dr. Seth Malcom NBC
Frank Runyeon The Young and the Restless Angel CBS
Dee Wallace General Hospital Patricia Spencer ABC
Jim O'Heir Awards winner The Bold and the Beautiful Matt Cannistra
Tobin Bell Days of Our Lives Yo Ling NBC
Don Harvey General Hospital Tom Baker ABC
Monica Horan The Bold and the Beautiful Kieran Cannistra CBS
Nichelle Nichols The Young and the Restless Lucinda Winters CBS
Vernee Watson Award winner General Hospital Stella Henry ABC
Ryan Ashton The Young and the Restless Zach Sinnett CBS
Robb Derringer Days of Our Lives Scooter Nelson NBC
John Enos Days of Our Lives Roger NBC
Morgan Fairchild Days of Our Lives Anjelica Deveraux NBC
Patricia Bethune Award winner General Hospital Nurse Mary Pat ABC
Philip Anthony-Rodriguez Days of Our Lives Miguel Garcia NBC
Wayne Brady The Bold and the Beautiful Dr. Reese Buckingham CBS
Kate Mansi Days of Our Lives Abigail Deveraux
Thaao Penghlis Days of Our Lives Andre DiMera

Series with most awards

Wins Series
The Bold and the Beautiful
General Hospital

Network with most awards

Wins Program


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