Is there a specific character in daytime television that you’ve watched grow up into adulthood? Often times, the casting directors and writing team has other ideas that lead children’s roles into abrupt adolescence or even beyond.
It’s not uncommon to see a child blossom into a legacy character, carrying the family name. Great examples are the Quartermaine, Corinthos, Spencer families and the younger generations as that take over the spotlight. However, more often than not a child actor is SORASed, which means, Soap Opera Rapid Age Syndrome. One day the kid is five, then BAM, the next day the child has a new face and is 15 years older than that day prior. That’s just how it goes in Soaps.
Daytime Cuts Younger Actor Category From Emmys
When it comes to recognition child actors are also eligible to submit their Emmy reels. But recent news states that younger performers well no longer have the chance to win outstanding younger performer in a drama series. The Daytime Emmys have decided to cut the category. Instead, actors who wish to enter should submit their work into the Leading, Supporting, or Guest categories.
General Hospital news and spoilers report that GH’s Eden McCoy is the last to receive this award. She took home the winning Secember 15th, 2023z As time moves toward the 51st annual daytime Emmy awards, GH news reports confirm that the updated format takes effect immediately.
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