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THE DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS

Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series

Daytime Emmy Winners: Outstanding Younger Actress

Following is a complete listing of each of the winners in the Outstanding Younger Actress category. This category was introduced in 1984-85, and has undergone several name changes. When it debuted, this category was known as Outstanding Ingénue in a Daytime Drama Series.


• 1984-1985; Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren Fenmore, The Young and the Restless)
• 1985-1986; Ellen Wheeler (Marley Love and Victoria Love, Another World)
• 1986-1987; Martha Byrne (Lily Walsh, As the World Turns)
• 1987-1988; Julianne Moore (Sabrina Hughes and Frannie Hughes, As the World Turns)
• 1988-1989; Kimberly McCullough (Robin Scorpio, General Hospital)
• 1989-1990; Cady McClain (Dixie Cooney, All My Children)
• 1990-1991; Anne Heche (Marley Love and Victoria Love, Another World)
• 1991-1992; Tricia Cast (Nina Webster, The Young and the Restless)
• 1992-1993; Heather Tom (Victoria Newman, The Young and the Restless)
• 1993-1994; Melissa Hayden (Bridget Reardon, Guiding Light)
• 1994-1995; Sarah Michelle Gellar (Kendall Hart, All My Children)
• 1995-1996; Kimberly McCullough (Robin Scorpio, General Hospital)
• 1996-1997; Sarah Brown (Carly Roberts, General Hospital)
• 1997-1998; Sarah Brown (Carly Roberts, General Hospital)
• 1998-1999; Heather Tom (Victoria Newman, The Young and the Restless)
1999-2000; Camryn Grimes (Cassie Johnson, The Young and the Restless)
2000-2001; Adrienne Frantz (Amber Moore, The Bold and the Beautiful)
2001-2002; Jennifer Finnigan (Bridget Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful)
2002-2003; Jennifer Finnigan (Bridget Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful)
2003-2004; Jennifer Finnigan (Bridget Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful)
2004-2005; Eden Riegel (Bianca Montgomery, All My Children)
2005-2006; Jennifer Landon (Gwen Norbeck, As the World Turns)
2006-2007; Jennifer Landon (Gwen Norbeck, As the World Turns)
2007-2008; Jennifer Landon (Gwen Norbeck, As the World Turns)
2008-2009; Julie Berman (Lulu Spencer, General Hospital)
2009-2010; Julie Berman (Lulu Spencer, General Hospital)
2010-2011; Brittany Allen (Marissa Tasker, All My Children)
2011-2012; Christel Khalil (Lily Winters, The Young and the Restless)
2012-2013; Kristen Alderson (Starr Manning, One Life to Live)
2013-2014; Hunter Haley King (Summer Newman, The Young and the Restless)
2014-2015; Hunter Haley King (Summer Newman, The Young and the Restless)
2015-2016; True O'Brien (Paige Larson, Days of our Lives)
2016-2017; Lexi Ainsworth (Kristina Davis, General Hospital)
2017-2018; Chloe Lanier (Nelle Bensen, General Hospital)
2018-2019; Hayley Erin (Kiki Jerome, General Hospital)


In 2019, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced that the Outstanding Younger Actor and Younger Actress categories would be merged into a new, gender-inclusive category.


2019-2020; Olivia Rose Keegan (Claire Brady, Days of our Lives)
2020-2021; Victoria Konefal (Ciara Brady, Days of our Lives)
2022-2023; Eden McCoy (Josslyn Jacks, General Hospital)




THE TALLY

General Hospital; 9 wins
The Young and the Restless; 8 wins
As The World Turns; 5 wins
All My Children; 4 wins
The Bold and the Beautiful; 4 wins
Another World; 2 wins
Days of our Lives; 2 wins
Guiding Light; 1 win

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