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31st Daytime Emmy Awards

The 31st Daytime Emmy Awards, commemorating excellence in American daytime programming from 2003, was held on May 21, 2004[1] at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, Vanessa Marcil hosted. Creative Arts Emmy Awards were presented on May 15, 2004.[2] As of 2013, it is the last Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony to have aired on NBC. The nominees were announced on May 4, 2004.[3]

31st Daytime Emmy Awards
Date
  • May 21, 2004 (Ceremony)
  • May 15, 2004 (Creative Arts Awards)
LocationRadio City Music Hall, New York City
Presented byNational Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
Hosted byVanessa Marcil
Television/radio coverage
NetworkNBC

Nominations and winnersEdit

The following is a partial list of nominees, with winners in bold:[4]

Outstanding Drama SeriesEdit

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama SeriesEdit

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama SeriesEdit

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesEdit

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama SeriesEdit

Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama SeriesEdit

Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama SeriesEdit

Outstanding Drama Series Writing TeamEdit

Outstanding Drama Series Directing TeamEdit

Outstanding Game/Audience Participation ShowEdit

Outstanding Game Show HostEdit

Outstanding Talk ShowEdit

Outstanding Talk Show HostEdit

Outstanding Service ShowEdit

Outstanding Service Show HostEdit

Outstanding Special Class SeriesEdit

Outstanding Children's Animated ProgramEdit

Outstanding Special Class Animated ProgramEdit

Outstanding Individual Achievement in AnimationEdit

Outstanding Music Direction and CompositionEdit

Outstanding Performer In An Animated ProgramEdit

Outstanding Pre-School Children's SeriesEdit

Outstanding Children's SeriesEdit

Outstanding Performer in a Children's SeriesEdit

Lifetime Achievement AwardEdit

The Lifetime Achievement Award was awarded to 10 veteran soap opera performers in recognition of their many years of service to the genre:

  1. Rachel Ames (Audrey Hardy, General Hospital, 1964–2007, 2009, 2013, 2015)
  2. John Clarke (Mickey Horton, Days of our Lives, 1965–2004)
  3. Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor, The Young and the Restless, 1973–2013)
  4. Eileen Fulton (Lisa Grimaldi, As the World Turns, 1960–1964, 1966–1983, 1984–2010)
  5. Don Hastings (Bob Hughes, As the World Turns, 1960–2010)
  6. Anna Lee* (Lila Quartermaine, General Hospital, 1978–2003)
  7. Ray MacDonnell (Joe Martin, All My Children, 1970–2010, 2011, 2013)
  8. Frances Reid (Alice Horton, Days of our Lives, 1965-2007)
  9. Helen Wagner (Nancy Hughes, As the World Turns, 1956-2010)
  10. Ruth Warrick (Phoebe Tyler Wallingford, All My Children, 1970-2005)

* - Anna Lee died a week before the awards ceremony and was honored with a brief moment during the telecast. Her award was accepted on her behalf by her son, actor Jeffrey Byron.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Announces Winners for the 31st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" (PDF). National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved May 21, 2004.
  2. ^ "The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Announces Winners for the 31st Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy® Awards" (PDF). National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved May 15, 2004.
  3. ^ "The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Announced for the 31st Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards" (PDF). National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved May 4, 2004.
  4. ^ "The Thirty-First Annual Daytime Emmy Awards". Soap Central. United States. Retrieved May 6, 2016.

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