Daytime Emmys 2010 Winners
Daytime Emmys 2010 winners come from television productions aired in daytime. These productions are often children’s shows, talk shows and the perennial soap opera. “Live with Regis and Kelly” host Regis Xavier Philbin hosted the 2010 Daytime Emmys awards show.
“The Bold and the Beautiful,” Outstanding Drama Series. “The Bold and the Beautiful” won the 2010 Daytime Emmys award for a drama series two years in a row. It is hailed as the most popular American soap opera in the world with approximately 26 million viewers. Since its inception in March 1987, “The Bold and the Beautiful” continues to fascinate viewers with its main characters, which are members of the Forrester family.
Michael Park, Outstanding Lead Actor. Michael Park has been playing the role of police detective Jack Snyder on “As the World Turns” from 1997 to 2010. His last year at the show was marked by winning a Daytime Emmy award for his performance before returning to acting on stage.
Maura West, Outstanding Lead Actress. Maura West, winner of the lead actress Daytime Emmy in 2010, plays Carly Tenney Snyder on “As the World Turns.” She was the other half of the show’s so-called “power couple,” with Jack Snyder as her partner. This soap opera on CBS finally closed its curtains on September 2010.
Drew Tyler Bell, Outstanding Younger Actor. This Indiana native has a background in dance, having trained in ballet, tap and jazz. “The Bold and the Beautiful” actor won the Daytime Emmy for his portrayal of calm and control turned renegade son Thomas Forrester.
Julie Marie Bergman, Outstanding Younger Actress. Born In Los Angeles, Julie Marie Berman has done guest roles on a number of primetime television shows such as “ER” and “Without a Trace” before landing the role of Lulu Spencer on “General Hospital.” This is the second year in a row that she has won a Daytime Emmy for “Outstanding Younger Actress.”
Billy Miller, Outstanding Supporting Actor. Billy Miller is not the first actor to have played the part of William Forrester “Billy” Abbott on “The Young and the Restless.” It is a minor hiccup as he received the recognition he deserved by winning a 2010 Daytime Emmy for the role.
Julie Pinson, Outstanding Supporting Actress. Julie Pinson was the sole actor for the role of Janet Ciccone on “As the World Turns.” When the show finally ended on September 17, 2010, Janet appears as a mother and a re-engaged woman,
Ina Garten, Outstanding Lifestyle/Culinary Host. Ina Garten made a wonderful although rather eccentric transition from being a nuclear policy analyst at the White House to being a Daytime Emmy winner. As host of the Food Network’s “Barefoot Contessa: Back To Basics,” Garten beat other cooking show luminaries such as Bobby Flay and Martha Stewart.
Dr. Mehmet Oz, Outstanding Talk Show Host. This attractive Turkish-American surgeon first appeared on everyone’s sight as a guest of Oprah in 2004. Since his stint as a guest on “The Ophrah Winfrey Show,” Dr. Oz has become the regular health expert on the show and even winning a Daytime Emmy over veterans such as Regis Philbin, Kelly Ripa, Rachael Ray and the women of “The View.”
“The Today Show,” Outstanding Morning Program. NBC’s “The Today Show a long running morning show famous for Al Roker’s weird costumes and famous musicians playing for free at Rockefeller Plaza to please the show’s live audience. Come rain, snow or intense summer heat, tourists would be present with their wacky signs and sometimes gaudy attires hoping to get their fifteen seconds of fame.