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22nd Daytime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Drama SeriesEdit

Outstanding Lead ActorEdit

Outstanding Lead ActressEdit

Outstanding Supporting ActorEdit

Outstanding Supporting ActressEdit

Outstanding Younger ActorEdit

Outstanding Younger ActressEdit

Outstanding Drama Series Writing TeamEdit

Outstanding Drama Series Directing TeamEdit

Outstanding Game/Audience Participation ShowEdit

Outstanding Game Show HostEdit

Outstanding Costume DesignEdit

  • Lois DeArmond (Adventures in Wonderland)
  • Ann Marie Holdgruen, Laurent Linn, Carlo Yannuzzi, Larry Jameson, Mark Ruffin, Terry Roberson, Stephen Rotondaro, Edward G. Christie, Rollin Krewson, William Kellard, Mark Zeszotek, Connie Peterson, Peter MacKennan, Fred Buchholz, Goran Sparrman, and Tom Newby (Sesame Street)
  • Danajean Cicerchi (Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?)
  • Lois DeArmond, and Betsey Potter (Beakman's World)
  • Doug Enderle (Walt Disney World Very Merry Christmas Parade)
  • Charles Chiodo, Stephen Chiodo, and Edward Chiodo (ABC Weekend Specials - "Crash the Curiousaurus")

Outstanding Children's SeriesEdit

Outstanding Film Sound MixingEdit

  • Timothy J. Garrity, Timothy Borquez, Jim Hodson, Bill Koepnick, Melissa Ellis and Deb Adair (Aladdin)
  • Thomas Orsi and Don Summer (ABC Afterschool Specials:Boys Will Be Boys)
  • Timothy J. Borquez and Timothy J. Garrity (The Little Mermaid)
  • David John West, John Boyd and Todd Orr (The Tick)
  • John Asman, Walt Martin, David E. Fluhr and Sam Black (Trick of the Eye)
  • David John West, Kevin Patrick Burns, Todd Orr and John Boyd (Exosquad)

Outstanding Film Sound EditingEdit

  • Alex Wilkinson, Charles Rychwalski, William Griggs, Kenneth Young, Melissa Ellis, Bill Koepnick, Greg LaPlante, Jennifer Mertens, Ray Leonard, Michael Geisler, John O. Robinson III, Marc S. Perlman Michael Gollom, Jim Hodson, Timothy J. Borquez, Phyllis Ginter, Robert Duran and Tom Jaeger (Aladdin)
  • Brian F. Mars, Charles Rychwalski, Michael Geisler, John O. Robinson III, Jennifer Mertens, Tom Jaeger and Greg LaPlante (The Little Mermaid)
  • David John West, Matthew West, Chris Fradkin, Rick Hinson, Mark Cleary and Susan Welsh (Exosquad)
  • Mark Cleary, Chris Fradkin, Rick Hinson and David John West (The Tick)
  • Matt Thorne, John Hegedes, Tom Maydeck, Robert Hargreaves, Russell Brower, Mark Keatts, J.J. George, Mike Dickeson and Daryl B. Kell (Batman: The Animated Series)

Outstanding Music Direction and CompositionEdit

Outstanding in AnimationEdit

  • Peter Gaffney, Jonathan Greenberg, Rachel Lipman, Paul Germain, Steve Socki, Howard E. Baker and Jim Duffy (Rugrats)
  • Robert Renzetti, Todd Frederiksen, Mark Saraceni, Tony Craig and Miles Thompson (2 Stupid Dogs)
  • Derdad Aghamalian, Ed Klautky, Craig Wilson, Sung Hwan Choi, Rae McCarson, Ted Blackman, Leonard Robledo, Rick Del Carmen, Richard Ziehler-Martin, Alex Stevens, Fedja Jovanovic, Bill Sienkiewicz, Joseph Dempsey, Kent Butterworth, Lin Zeng, Tom Nesbitt, Ray Shenusay, Sean Roche, Neil Hunter, John Schaeffer, Chuck Puntuvatana, Felipe Morell, Teri Shikasho, Doug Molitor, Eufronio R. Cruz, Keith Weesner, Moe Green, Hector Martinez, Fernando Tenedora and Junn Roca (Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?)
  • Chris Battle, Jeff W. Smith, Cathy Malkasian, Igor Kovalyov, John Holmquist, Debbie Baber, Vadim Medzhibovskiy, Rumen Petkov, Zhenia Delioussine, Stephen Lawes, Bradley J. Gake, Alex Dilts, Anita Ziobro, Peter Gaffney, Jim Duffy, Kelly James, Dan Krall, Toni Vian, Sergey Shramkosky, Marcy Rubin, Andrei Svislotski, Ron Campbell, Jerry Richardson, David Litt, David Silverman, Steve Ressel and Craig Simmons (Aaahh!!! Real Monsters)
  • Rich Arons, Barry Caldwell, Michael Gerard, Alfred Gimeno, Dave Marshall, Jon McClenahan, Rusty Mills, Audu Paden, Greg Reyna, Lenord Robinson, Andrea Romano, Peter Hastings, Nicholas Hollander, John P. McCann, Tom Minton, Deanna Oliver, Randy Rogel, Paul Rugg, Tom Ruegger and Sherri Stoner (Animaniacs)

Outstanding Performer In An Animated ProgramEdit

Lifetime achievement awardEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The Twenty-Second Annual Daytime Emmy Awards". Soap Central and National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. New York City. Retrieved February 10, 2016.

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