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Mackenzie Phillips Says Revealing Incest with Her Father Ruined Family Relationships: ‘They’re Devaluing the Victim’

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Mackenzie Phillips Says Revealing Incest with Her Father Ruined Family Relationships: ‘They’re Devaluing the Victim’
Eight years after Mackenzie Phillips revealed that she was once in a long-term incestuous relationship with her dad, her family relationships seem to be irrevocably damaged.

The former One Day at a Time star exposed in her first book, High on Arrival. the long-held secret that her dad, The Mamas & the Papas singer John Phillips, raped her at age 19 while they were under the influence of drugs and alcohol. The encounters continued, and they soon began a consensual, incestuous relationship lasting around 10 years.

In her new book, Hopeful Healing: Essays on Managing Recovery and Surviving Addiction, Phillips says that some
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Second City’s Big February and Other L.A. Events

Second City Hollywood is blowing up (in a good way) in February and wants its students, alumni, teachers and actors interested in the improv training school to get involved. For starters, there’s a Q&A with Tim Kazurinsky, Chandra lee Schwartz, Kim Zimmer and Tom Flynn from the touring company of “Wicked” Feb. 9 starting at 5 p.m. Then on Feb. 11, Jen Candy, daughter of legendary Second City alum John Candy, will interview Jim Belushi at 8 p.m. and on Feb. 25, she’ll sit down with her late father’s co-star from “Armed and DangerousEugene Levy. All events take place at the school’s theater located at 6560 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles. Other upcoming events include: The Greatest Showman: Cecil B. DeMille Screening of “The Cheat” & “The Golden Chance”Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m.Billy Wilder Theater10899 Wilshire Blvd.Tickets here. Learn How to Use the Arri Alexa & Amira CamerasFeb.
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Film Review: ‘23 Blast’

Faith is literally blind in inspirational sports drama “23 Blast,” the fact-based tale of a high-school football player who suddenly loses his sight, but not his place on the team. Drawn up using equal parts genre playbook and Good Book, actor Dylan Baker, making his directing debut, and thesp Bram Hoover (who co-wrote the script with his mother, Toni) deliver a fairly predictable yarn that’s lighthearted and well-acted, if cast mostly with characters that are little more than tackling dummies. This Heartland Film Festival winner should rack up points with the churchgoing crowd on its Oct. 24 release, but likely won’t cross into a wider field of play.

A preamble introduces running back Travis Freeman and quarterback Jerry Baker as pee-wee players who connect on a long pass play that establishes their athletic promise and the roots of their friendship. Early scenes set a few years later show the pair
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Dylan Baker’s Family-Friendly Drama 23 Blast Coming To Theaters October 3

Having been featured in USA Today, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, NBC’s Today and Dateline NBC, Travis Freeman’s story now comes to the big screen in 23 Blast.

The Dylan Baker Film, inspired by the true life events of Freeman, who played football for Corbin High School in the mid 1990′s despite being blind, will release nationwide in theaters on October 3, 2014 through Ocean Avenue Entertainment, Inc. in association with Toy Gun Films.

The film stars Stephen Lang, Alexa Vega, Kim Zimmer,Timothy Busfield, Dylan Baker, and Fred D. Thompson.

23 Blast features Freeman, a typical teenager growing up in a small town in Kentucky, who is a local hero on and off the field. In the fall of 1997, in the prime of his youth, he is unexpectedly stricken with an infection that destroys his optic nerve. He becomes blind overnight. Under the influence of parents who love him,
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Dylan Baker’s Inspirational Drama ’23 Blast’ Set for Oct. 3 Release in 600 Locations

Inspirational sports drama “23 Blast” has been set for an Oct. 3 release in 600 locations in the U.S. through Ocean Avenue Entertainment in association with Toy Gun Films.

“23 Blast” is produced by Dylan Baker, Gary Donatelli and Toni Hoover. Exec producers include Daniel Snyder (owner of the Washington Redskins), Misook Doolittle and Brent Ryan Green.

Baker directed “23 Blast” from a script by Bram Hoover and Toni Hoover. The film stars Baker, Stephen Lang, Alexa Vega, Mark Hapka, Max Adler, Bram Hoover, Kim Zimmer, Becky Ann Baker, Timothy Busfield and Fred D. Thompson.

Hapka stars as Travis Freeman, a typical teenager growing up in a small town in Kentucky who’s stricken with an infection that destroys his optic nerve. Under the influence of parents, a physical therapist, a coach and a best friend, Freeman helps his high school football team advance to the state playoffs.

“This movie is so much bigger than me,
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Susan Lucci's 'Deadly Affairs' and 'Days of Our Knives' true-crime daytime block lead ID's 'guilty pleasure' programming

One of the taglines for "Deadly Affairs," Investigation Discovery's new true-crime-of-passion series, is "from lawfully wed to unlawfully dead." Since "All My Children's" Erica Kane has been both these things -- many times over -- who better to host these "real-life tales of love gone terribly wrong" than Susan Lucci herself?

"Deadly Affairs" premieres Sept. 8, but a 10-minute sneak peek of the series will air Monday, Sept. 3 at 1 p.m. -- the timeslot dominated by Lucci and "All My Children" for decades -- as part of ID's new daytime programming block: "Days of Our Knives."

Soap operas may be, ahem, dying out, but apparently there are enough stranger-than-fiction tales to take their place. The true-life programming will air 1-4 p.m. weekdays with a weekly theme hosted by a variety of soap personalities.

"Days of Our Knives" launches Aug. 20 with "Tainted Love Week," hosted by "Guiding Light's" Robert Newman
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Exclusive: Investigation Discovery Soaps Up With New Daytime Block, Days of Our Knives

You gotta love a network that brings Guiding Light's Josh and Reva back together! Investigation Discovery has been kicking butt in the ratings with its true crime and love-gone-bad programs — the cable network currently ranks fourth in daytime with women 25-54 — and now it's setting a trap for afternoon soap viewers. On Aug. 20, ID will launch Days of Our Knives, a daily three-hour block (1:00 to 4:00pm, Et/Pt) of themed programming hosted by some of the greatest stars of daytime drama, including Kim Zimmer, Robert Newman, Drake Hogestyn, Kristian Alfonso and the queen herself, Susan Lucci.

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Finally, A Tell-All That Tells All: Kim Zimmer Dishes About Her New Memoir

The irrepressible, irreplaceable Kim Zimmer hits the market August 2 with her autobiography I'm Just Sayin'!: Three Deaths, Seven Husbands and a Clone! My Life as a Daytime Diva (New American Library). It's a startling, provocative and wildly entertaining read, though who'd expect anything less from the gal who won four Emmys playing Reva "The Slut of Springfield" Shayne on Guiding Light? Zimmer, currently back on One Life to Live as the demonic Echo Disavoy, cut loose with TV Guide Magazine on a variety of topics — from Lucci and Oprah and Alcoholics Anonymous to the precarious state of soaps!

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The Scoop on Soap Star Kim Zimmer's Upcoming Tell-All Memoir

As soap memoirs go, this one's a lollapalooza. TV Guide Magazine has had an early look at Kim Zimmer's autobiography, I'm Just Sayin'! (New American Library), which hits stores in August and — spoiler alert — it's sure to be a smash! Throughout her long and remarkable suds career, the four-time Emmy winning Zimmer — best known as Reva Shayne on Guiding Light — has wowed us with her take-no-prisoners performances and subversive, balls-to-the-wall interviews in the press. She delivers no less in this tantalizing tell-all.

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RIP, AMC and OLTL: Stars From Daytime and Primetime Sound Off on ABC's Scrubbed Soaps

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RIP, AMC and OLTL: Stars From Daytime and Primetime Sound Off on ABC's Scrubbed Soaps
The final stage of grief — Acceptance — is still a ways off for the casts, crews and viewers of All My Children and One Life to Live, the pair of long-running soaps ABC has decided to cancel as of September and February, respectively. But the first stage, Denial, seemingly is behind us, if only because rumors of the possible (evil) twin killing swirled weeks ago.

In the wake of ABC Daytime boss Brian Frons handing down the official word, here is what some soap stars present and past — as well as a few primetime peers — had to say about the saddest
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Daytime Emmys spotlight: Laura Wright

Daytime Emmys spotlight: Laura Wright
Laura Wright was only 21 years old when she made her television debut as Ally Rescott on the low-rated soap opera "Loving" in 1991. At the time, she was inexperienced but has since grown into a skilled and masterful actress and has emerged as one this year's most worthy Emmy contenders.   Playing Cassie Layne Winslow, the younger sister of soap icon Kim Zimmer, on "Guiding Light" from 1997 to 2005 earned her much praise. She impressed by holding her own against the multiple Emmy winner and became a fan favorite. While Wright reaped multiple Emmy pre-nominations, she never earned a nomination. In 2005, she left "Guiding Light" to take on one of the most complex characters in daytime -- Carly Corinthos on "General Hospital." The role had won three Emmys for originator Sarah Brown, and a nomination for her replacement, the uber-popular Tamara Braun. As the role changed, so did the category in the which the actresses contend.
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Robin Strasser is Naughty (Not Nice) on One Life to Live's Christmas Episode

Are those reindeer hooves we hear on the roof? Nope, it's that One Life to Live pain in the ass Echo Disavoy (Kim Zimmer), who will come down the chimney in a Santa suit on the soap's December 22 episode. But there's nothing festive about it. Echo is being punk'd by that wicked little elf Dorian Lord, played by ...

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Soap Veteran Kim Zimmer Joins One Life to Live

Can one soap possibly contain Erika Slezak, Robin Strasser and Kim Zimmer without imploding? We'll find out October 1, when Guiding Light alum Zimmer returns to One Life to Live as Echo Disavoy, a role she was fired from 27 years ago. Back then, Echo sneakily seduced Clint Buchanan and tried to get him convicted of murder. And she's still a hell-raiser. ...

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Guiding Light: Say Goodbye on a Special Cruise Vacation

CBS' long-running soap opera Guiding Light left the air last September after more than 50 years on television. Many viewers found it hard to say goodbye to the characters and the performers who played them. Now, if you have the money and time, you can say goodbye up close and personal.

A "So Long Springfield" cruise is taking place on Carnival's Glory ship from July 31st until August 5th. The boat is set to sail out of New York City and visit St. John, New Brunswick, and Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Performers scheduled to take part include Kim Zimmer, Robert Newman, Justin Deas, Grant Aleksander, Beth Chamberlin, Ron Raines, Jordan Clarke, Tina Sloan, Roger Bogue, Liz Keifer, Michael O'Leary, Frank Dicopoulos, and Mandy Bruno.

The Guiding Light package includes meet and greets with the actors, question and answer sessions, Karaoke, scene acting,
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Soap Opera, ‘Guiding Light’ Ends Its 72 Year Run On The Air

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Yesterday, the long running CBS soap opera, Guiding Light ended its 72 year run on the air. The last episode's closing moments sealed the future of the show's signature super-couple, Reva (Kim Zimmer) and Josh (Robert Newman). They met at the local lighthouse,declared their undying love for each other,climbed into Josh's truck,and drove away to the ending credits.
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CBS's 'Light,' 'World' lead Daytime Emmy noms

CBS's 'Light,' 'World' lead Daytime Emmy noms
NEW YORK -- CBS and two of its long-running daytime dramas, "Guiding Light" and "As the World Turns", garnered the most nominations Wednesday for the 34th annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

CBS received 57 nominations, well ahead of PBS' 38 and ABC's 36, which were the only networks to receive more than 16. Syndicated programming received 53 noms. PBS received 20 nominations Wednesday and collected the other 18 during last month's Children's Emmy nominations.

"The Price Is Right" host Bob Barker, 83, who is retiring in June after more than three decades with the show, has a shot at an 18th Daytime Emmy Award with a nomination for outstanding game-show host.

The awards ceremony will be held Friday, June 15, at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland and broadcast live in primetime on CBS. A Creative Arts Award ceremony will take place a day earlier.

"Guiding Light", the longest-running soap in production (it went to air on TV in 1952), received the most noms of any show with 17, while "As the World Turns" (which debuted in 1956) followed with 16. Three shows -- PBS' "Sesame Street", "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and CBS' "The Young & the Restless" -- each received 12 mentions. ABC trio "General Hospital", "One Life to Live" and "The View" received 10 apiece.

For the first time in more than 20 years, "Live With Regis and Kelly" (formerly "Live! With Regis and Kathie Lee") didn't make the talk show or talk show host categories. This was intentional on the part of the show, which instead entered a new Daytime Emmy category of outstanding morning program. It's open to shows that air before noon. Talk shows can either enter the existing categories or the new morning-program category but not both.

Nominations for the new award will be announced sometime in April. The Emmy will go to the producers and the hosts, which means that "Today" co-host Meredith Vieira might add a second nom to go with her nomination for best game show host.

"Guiding Light", CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful", "One Life to Live" and "Young & the Restless" received nominations for outstanding drama series. "Jeopardy", "Price" and "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" received noms in the game-show category.

Talk show nominations went to "Dr. Phil", "Ellen DeGeneres Show", "The Tyra Banks Show", "Rachael Ray" and "The View". Lifestyle program nominations went to Food Network's "Barefoot Contessa" and "Paula's Home Cooking", A&E's "Sell This House", PBS' "This Old House" and the syndicated "Martha Stewart Show".

Nominations for lead actress in a drama series are Maura West in "As the World Turns", Crystal Chappell and Kim Zimmer in "Guiding Light" and Jeanne Cooper and Michelle Stafford in "Young & the Restless."

Lead actor nominations were given to Michael Park in "As the World Turns", Anthony Geary in "General Hospital", Ricky Paull Goldin in "Guiding Light" and Peter Bergman and Christian LeBlanc in "Young & the Restless."

Game-show host nods went to Barker, Vieira ("Who Wants to Be a Millionaire"), Ben Bailey (Discovery Channel's "Cash Cab"), Alex Trebek ("Jeopardy!"), Pat Sajak ("Wheel of Fortune").

Vieira's former colleagues at "View" -- Barbara Walters, Rosie O'Donnell, Joy Behar and Elisabeth Hasselbeck -- shared a nomination in the talk-show host category along with Ellen DeGeneres, Rachael Ray, Phil McGraw ("Dr. Phil"), Lisa Rinna and Ty Treadway ("Soap Talk") and Tyra Banks ("Tyra Banks Show").

Others networks nominated were Discovery Kids (16, including one announced Wednesday), NBC (15), Kids' WB! (10), Food Network (seven), Nickelodeon (five), A&E (four), Discovery Channel (three) and two each for Cartoon Network, Fox, Noggin and Soap Net. One each went to Animania, Disney Channel, HGTV, Lifetime, MTV, TBN, TLC and Travel Channel. Warnerbros.com earned a nom.

Several of the noms, particularly in the children's categories, were previously announced.

A complete list of nominees follows:

Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design

BETWEEN THE LIONS * PBS

LAURA BROCK, PRODUCTION DESIGNER/ART DIRECTOR

KAREN WING, ART DIRECTOR

THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW * SYN

JOHN SHAFFNER, PRODUCTION DESIGNER

JOE STEWART, PRODUCTION DESIGNER

ANTON GOSS, PRODUCTION DESIGNER

CHRISTOPHER GOUMAS, ART DIRECTOR

TINA MILLER, ART DIRECTOR

JAY HEISERMAN, ART DIRECTOR

ROBERT LEE, SET DECORATOR

MICHAEL C. LEWIS, SET DECORATOR

THE MARTHA STEWART SHOW * SYN

JOHN CASEY, PRODUCTION DESIGNER

JIM FENHAGEN, PRODUCTION DESIGNER

ANDUIN HAVENS, ART DIRECTOR

MOLLY MAGUIRE, SET DECORATOR

TAMARA DILWORTH, SET DECORATOR

AARON CARAMANIS, SET DECORATOR

JIM GARDNER, SET DECORATOR

HOSANNA HOUSER, SET DECORATOR

THOMAS TAMBORELLO, SET DECORATOR

THE Oprah Winfrey SHOW * SYN

TARA DENISE, PRODUCTION DESIGNER

ANTON GOSS, PRODUCTION DESIGNER

ANGELO PETRATOS, PRODUCTION DESIGNER

THALIA KALODIMOS, ART DIRECTOR

LINDA STECHNO, ART DIRECTOR

SEAN POST, SCENIC DESIGNER

MATTHEW YORK, SCENIC DESIGNER

SESAME STREET * PBS

VICTOR DINAPOLI, PRODUCTION DESIGNER

BOB PHILLIPS, ART DIRECTOR

MIKE PANTUSO, ART DIRECTOR

PETE ORTIZ, ART DIRECTOR

NAT MONGIOI, SET DECORATOR

 Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design for a Drama Series

ALL MY CHILDREN * ABC

ROGER MOONEY, PRODUCTION DESIGNER

JOEL REYNOLDS, SCENIC DESIGNER

MARTIN FAHRER, SCENIC DESIGNER

CHAS PLUMMER, SCENIC DESIGNER

AS THE WORLD TURNS * CBS

PATRICK HOWE, PRODUCTION DESIGNER

TIM GOODMANSON, ART DIRECTOR

DENNIS DONEGAN, SET DECORATOR

CATHERINE MCKENNEY, SET DECORATOR

KAREN HLIPALA, SET DECORATOR

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL * CBS

JACK FORRESTEL, PRODUCTION DESIGNER

FABRICE KENWOOD, ART DIRECTOR

ELSA ZAMPARELLI, SET DECORATOR

CHARLOTTE GARNELL SCHEIDE, SET DECORATOR

ONE LIFE TO LIVE * ABC

ROGER MOONEY, SCENIC DESIGNER

RUTH WELLS, SCENIC DESIGNER

JOHN KENNY, SCENIC DESIGNER

MARTIN FAHRER, ART DIRECTOR

Outstanding Achievement for a Casting Director For A Drama Series

AS THE WORLD TURNS * CBS

MARY Clay Boland, CASTING DIRECTOR

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL * CBS

CHRISTY DOOLEY, CASTING DIRECTOR

GENERAL HOSPITAL * ABC

MARK TESCHNER, CASTING DIRECTOR

GUIDING LIGHT * CBS

ROB DECINA, CASTING DIRECTOR

 Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Photography (Film or Electronic)

EVERYDAY ITALIAN * FOOD

RICHARD DALLETT, DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

READING RAINBOW * PBS

JIMMY O'DONNELL, DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

THIS OLD HOUSE * PBS

STEPHEN D'ONOFRIO, ELECTRONIC CAMERA

THE VICTORY GARDEN * PBS

JOEL A. COBLENZ, DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design/Styling

THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW * SYN

KELLEN RICHARDS, COSTUME STYLIST

DAWN BAKER, COSTUME STYLIST

SESAME STREET * PBS

BILL KELLARD, COSTUME DESIGNER/LIVE ACTOR

TERRY ROBERSON, COSTUME DESIGNER/LIVE ACTOR

ROLLIE KREWSON, COSTUME DESIGNER/MUPPETS

SARAH LURASCHI, COSTUME DESIGNER/MUPPETS

JASON WEBER, COSTUME DESIGNER/MUPPETS

ANDREA DETWILER,    COSTUME DESIGNER/MUPPETS

MICHELLE HICKEY, COSTUME DESIGNER/MUPPETS

JANE PIEN, COSTUME DESIGNER/MUPPETS

POLLY SMITH, COSTUME DESIGNER/MUPPETS

ANNEY MCKILLIGAN, COSTUME DESIGNER/MUPPETS

HEATHER ASCH, COSTUME DESIGNER/MUPPETS

CHELSEA CARTER, COSTUME DESIGNER/MUPPETS

PAUL HARTIS, COSTUME DESIGNER/MUPPETS

THE VIEW * ABC

FRANCINE TAYLOR, WARDROBE STYLIST

 Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design For A Drama Series

ALL MY CHILDREN * ABC

DAVID R. ZYLA, COSTUME DESIGNER

KATHERINE ROTH, COSTUME DESIGNER

JAMES P. HAMMER, COSTUME DESIGNER

AS THE WORLD TURNS * CBS

MARGARITA DELGADO, COSTUME DESIGNER

TRACY DORMAN, COSTUME DESIGNER

GUIDING LIGHT * CBS

SHAWN DUDLEY-REEVES, COSTUME DESIGNER

ALYSON HUI, COSTUME DESIGNER

SHANA SCHOEPKE, COSTUME DESIGNER

PASSIONS * NBC

DIANA EDEN, COSTUME DESIGNER

 Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team

AS THE WORLD TURNS * CBS

MARIA WAGNER, DIRECTOR

MICHAEL EILBAUM, DIRECTOR

JOHN O'CONNELL, DIRECTOR

HABIB AZAR, DIRECTOR

SONIA BLANGIARDO, DIRECTOR

JENNIFER PEPPERMAN, DIRECTOR

CHRISTOPHER GOUTMAN, DIRECTOR

MICHAEL KERNER, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

CAROL SEDWICK, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

JANET ANDREWS, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

JAMES KOWAL, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

BRIAN LYDELL, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

JENNIFER BLOOD, STAGE MANAGER

NANCY BARRON, STAGE MANAGER

ALEXANDRA ROALSVIG, PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE

BRETT HELLMAN, PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE

GENERAL HOSPITAL * ABC

WILLIAM LUDEL, DIRECTOR

SCOTT MCKINSEY, DIRECTOR

OWEN RENFROE, DIRECTOR

MATTHEW DIAMOND, DIRECTOR

PENNY PENGRA, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

CHRISTINE MAGARIAN, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

RONALD CATES, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

PETER FILLMORE, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

RONALD C. CATES, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

DAVE MACLEOD, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

CRAIG MCMANUS, STAGE MANAGER

CRYSTAL CRAFT, STAGE MANAGER

DENISE VAN CLEAVE, PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE

LISA KASEFF, PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE

CHRISTINE COOPER, PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE

 GUIDING LIGHT * CBS

ROBERT SCINTO, DIRECTOR

BRIAN MERTES, DIRECTOR

MATTHEW LAGLE, DIRECTOR

JOANNE SEDWICK, DIRECTOR

TRACEY HANLEY BRYGGMAN, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR/DIRECTOR

CHARLES GRAYAUSKIE, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

ILENE FRANKEL, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

ANDREA GILES RICH, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

ADAM REIST, STAGE MANAGER/DIRECTOR

KRISTIN DOHERTY, STAGE MANAGER

JOSEPH WILLMORE, STAGE MANAGER

ELANA SLOTT, PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE

KELLY JOBMANN, PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE

ONE LIFE TO LIVE * ABC

LARRY CARPENTER, DIRECTOR

BRUCE COOPERMAN, DIRECTOR

GARY DONATELLI, DIRECTOR

DANIELLE FARALDO, DIRECTOR

JILL MITWELL, DIRECTOR

FRANK VALENTINI, DIRECTOR

PAUL GLASS, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

TRACY CASPER LANG, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

TERESA ANNE CICALA, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

MARY RYAN, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

ALAN NEEDLEMAN, STAGE MANAGER

RICHARD MANFREDI, STAGE MANAGER

ANTHONY WILKINSON, PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE

NATHALIE PRICE, PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE

ALISON SAMON, PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE

 Outstanding Directing In A Talk Show

THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW * SYN

BARRY GLAZER, DIRECTOR

LENN GOODSIDE, DIRECTOR

THE Oprah Winfrey SHOW * SYN

JOSEPH TERRY, DIRECTOR

RACHAEL RAY * SYN

DANA CALDERWOOD, DIRECTOR

THE VIEW * ABC

MARK GENTILE, DIRECTOR

Outstanding Lifestyle Directing

EASY ENTERTAINING WITH Michael Chiarello * FOOD

NATALIE GUSTAFSON, DIRECTOR

THE MARTHA STEWART SHOW * SYN

BOB MCKINNON, DIRECTOR

PASSPORT TO EUROPE WITH SAMANTHA BROWN * TRAVEL CHANNEL

JOAN MCCORD, DIRECTOR

JERRY SMITH, DIRECTOR

SID GOLDBERG, DIRECTOR

THIS OLD HOUSE * PBS

DAVID VOS, SENIOR DIRECTOR

 Outstanding Special Class Directing

80TH ANNUAL MACY'S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE * NBC

GARY HALVORSON, DIRECTOR

9/11 MEMORIAL FROM GROUND ZERO 5TH ANNIVERSARY * SYN

DAVID STERN, DIRECTOR

THE THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE ON CBS * CBS

GLENN WEISS, DIRECTOR

 Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Editing

BETWEEN THE LIONS * PBS

VINCENT STRAGGAS, EDITOR

EVERYDAY ITALIAN * FOOD

ROBERT KRISCH, EDITOR

MICHAEL SELLERS, EDITOR

SELL THIS HOUSE * A&E

ALEX PERRAULT, EDITOR

STARTING OVER * SYN

MAC CAUDILL, EDITOR

MARC GROSSMAN, EDITOR

SETH LEVING, EDITOR

CHRIS RAY, EDITOR

BARRY ZETLIN, EDITOR

ROBERT GARRY, EDITOR

AREK HOPE, EDITOR

LEELLEN PATCHEN, EDITOR

RAOUL ROSENBERG, EDITOR

JOE SHUGART, EDITOR

MARIA VITAKAS, EDITOR

STEVEN URRUTIA, EDITOR

THIS OLD HOUSE * PBS

GARY STEPHENSON, SENIOR EDITOR

ADAM BUSH, EDITOR

THE VIEW * ABC

RICH PROVOST, EDITOR

  Outstanding Achievement in Multiple Camera Editing

DR. PHIL * SYN

ANN KENISTON, EDITOR

ARTHUR BOOTH, EDITOR

PAUL BROZ, EDITOR

RODNEY CHEW, EDITOR

HARRIS COHEN, EDITOR

PETER DUNN, EDITOR

DANIEL GIBB, EDITOR

JONNY JENKS, EDITOR

MORGEN KASSEL, EDITOR

DAN LANDI, EDITOR

WILLIAM LORTON, EDITOR

BRUCE MALM, EDITOR

FERNANDO MARTINEZ, EDITOR

CRAIG MAYO, EDITOR

ROBYN T. MIGEL, EDITOR

MATTHEW MOUL, EDITOR

JULIETTE OLAVARRIA, EDITOR

JAMES PERRY, EDITOR

TODD PORTUGAL, EDITOR

THOMAS QUICK, EDITOR

KELLY SMITH, EDITOR

JEFF SPALLA, EDITOR

REGGIE SPANGLER, EDITOR

PETER ZIFCHAK, EDITOR

THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW * SYN

MICHAEL COLE, EDITOR

CLARK BURNETT, EDITOR

 THE Oprah Winfrey SHOW * SYN

MICHAEL E. MABBOTT, SENIOR EDITOR

JOHN STROLIA, SENIOR EDITOR

NEIL COLEMAN, SENIOR EDITOR

TIM DROVER, SENIOR EDITOR

DAN FISHER, SENIOR EDITOR

CHUCK FLORAMO, SENIOR EDITOR

TOM PYERS, SENIOR EDITOR

MICHAEL D. Sherry, SENIOR EDITOR

DAN TOWELL, SENIOR EDITOR

JUDI BUSHALA, EDITOR

CYNTHIA S. CAMERON, EDITOR

JAY ECKENSBERGER, EDITOR

KEVIN G. GIST, EDITOR

RICHARD HEMMINGWAY, EDITOR

JOHN KILPATRICK, EDITOR

JAMES PILARSKI, EDITOR

SARI ROSENTHAL, EDITOR

LARRY SEXTON, EDITOR

ERIC WILL, EDITOR

JOSEPH C. DAVIS, EDITOR

SESAME STREET * PBS

ROBERT J. EMERICK, SUPERVISING EDITOR

SELBERN NARBY, EDITOR

JOHN TIERNEY, EDITOR

CHRIS REINHART, EDITOR

THE Tyra Banks SHOW * SYN

PAULO DEMELLO, EDITOR

JENNIFER FAH, EDITOR

TRAVIS WEBER, EDITOR

KEN YANKEE, EDITOR

DANIEL ROGERS, EDITOR

JASON LINDSEY, EDITOR

CASEY O'BRIEN, EDITOR

MATT RUBOLINO, EDITOR

RAIKO SIEMS, EDITOR

 Outstanding Achievement in Multiple Camera Editing For A Drama Series

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL * CBS

BRIAN BAGWELL, EDITOR

JIM FRIESEN, EDITOR

JONATHAN SMILOWITZ, EDITOR

DAYS OF OUR LIVES * NBC

MASON DICKSON, EDITOR

LUGH POWERS, EDITOR

MARIUS S. DARROW III, EDITOR

DAVID MAWHINNEY, EDITOR

GUIDING LIGHT * CBS

THOMAS BORNKAMP, EDITOR

DOUGLAS KENT, EDITOR

THOMAS INESON, EDITOR

HANNE ANDERSON, EDITOR

ONE LIFE TO LIVE * ABC

MARY RYAN, EDITOR

TERESA ANNE CICALA, EDITOR

TRACY CASPER LANG, EDITOR

ANTHONY WILKINSON, EDITOR

BARRY GINGOLD, EDITOR

PAUL GLASS, EDITOR

VINCE CATANIA, EDITOR

 Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling

DR. PHIL * SYN

MIMI VODNOY-LOVE, HAIRSTYLIST

ANNETTE JONES, HAIRSTYLIST

THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW * SYN

ELIZABETH ULLOA, HAIRSTYLIST

THE PRICE IS RIGHT * CBS

MIRA WILDER, HAIRSTYLIST

THE Tyra Banks SHOW * SYN

KIYAH WRIGHT, HAIRSTYLIST

LAWRENCE DAVIS, HAIRSTYLIST

RACHEL HAUGHTON, HAIRSTYLIST

TARA COPELAND, HAIRSTYLIST

THE VIEW * ABC

LAVETTE SLATER, HAIRSTYLIST

JUDY MAR, HAIRSTYLIST

BRYANT RENFROE, HAIRSTYLIST

DEIRDRE STADTMAUER, HAIRSTYLIST

 Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling For A Drama Series

ALL MY CHILDREN * ABC

JOYCE CAROLLO, HAIRSTYLIST

LISA JOHNSON, HAIRSTYLIST

SILVIE SALLE, HAIRSTYLIST

SHELLIE BIVIENS, HAIRSTYLIST

AS THE WORLD TURNS * CBS

THERESA MARRA SILICEO, KEY HAIRSTYLIST

LILLIAN CVECICH, SECOND KEY HAIRSTYLIST

VERONICA BAKALENIK, HAIRSTYLIST

ELENA ROULENKA, HAIRSTYLIST

DAYS OF OUR LIVES * NBC

GARRY ALLYN, HAIRSTYLIST

MARGARET PUGA, HAIRSTYLIST

ARLEEN CHAVEZ, HAIRSTYLIST

PASSIONS * NBC

BOBBY GRAYSON, HEAD HAIRSTYLIST

SHELLY SCANLON, HAIRSTYLIST

CHRISTOPHER O. SMITH, HAIRSTYLIST

JEANIE DURONSLET, HAIRSTYLIST

 Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Direction

THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW * SYN

ROBERT DICKINSON, LIGHTING DESIGNER

MARISA DAVIS, LIGHTING DIRECTOR

JEOPARDY! * SYN

JEFFREY M. ENGEL, LIGHTING DESIGNER

THE Oprah Winfrey SHOW * SYN

TARA DENISE, LIGHTING DIRECTOR

SEAN POST, LIGHTING DIRECTOR

SCOTT ZEMATIS, LIGHTING DIRECTOR

RACHAEL RAY * SYN

ALAN BLACHER, LIGHTING DESIGNER

MARILYN RENNAGEL, LIGHTING DIRECTOR

SESAME STREET * PBS

DAN KELLEY, LIGHTING DESIGNER

THE VIEW * ABC

CANDICE DUNN, LIGHTING DESIGNER

 Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Direction For A Drama Series

AS THE WORLD TURNS * CBS

DONNA LARSON, LIGHTING DESIGNER

NICHOLAS VARACALLI, LIGHTING DESIGNER

DAYS OF OUR LIVES * NBC

TED POLMANSKI, LIGHTING DIRECTOR

MARK LEVIN, LIGHTING DIRECTOR

ART BUSCH, LIGHTING DIRECTOR

GUIDING LIGHT * CBS

BRIAN W. MCRAE, LIGHTING DESIGNER

TONY GIROLAMI, LIGHTING DESIGNER

ONE LIFE TO LIVE * ABC

SCOTT DEVITTE, LIGHTING DIRECTOR

BOB BESSOIR, LIGHTING DIRECTOR

 Outstanding Achievement in

Main Title Design

JEOPARDY! * SYN

ALAN DOUGLAS, TITLE DESIGNER

KORY JONES, GRAPHIC ARTIST

TIFFANY CALIVA, GRAPHIC ARTIST

KEVIN AGUIRRE, GRAPHIC ARTIST

PINKY DINKY DOO * NOGGIN

JIM JINKINS, TITLE DESIGNER

RACHAEL RAY * SYN

TAKA IKARI, TITLE DESIGNER

PATRICK CONNELLY, GRAPHIC ARTIST

NICOLAI STREHL, GRAPHIC ARTIST

SAVING A SPECIES: THE GREAT PENGUIN RESCUE * DSC KIDS

JOHNATHAN SAFFORD, TITLE DESIGNER

KEVIN RILEY, TITLE DESIGNER

THE Tyra Banks SHOW * SYN

JEFFERY DUNAJ, TITLE DESIGNER

RICARDO SILVA, TITLE DESIGNER

THE UPSIDE DOWN SHOW * NOGGIN

MARK BOWLEY, GRAPHIC ARTIST

ROBERT MICHAELS, TITLE DESIGNER

TERRENCE WILLIAMS, TITLE DESIGNER

 Outstanding Achievement in Makeup

THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW * SYN

MEGHAN MCCLAIN, MAKEUP ARTIST

JEANETTE OSTERGARD, MAKEUP ARTIST

SOAP TALK * SOAPNET

FELICIA LINSKY, MAKEUP ARTIST

CHRIS ESCABOSA, MAKEUP ARTIST

THE Tyra Banks SHOW * SYN

VALENTE FRAZIER, MAKEUP ARTIST

JAN PING, MAKEUP ARTIST

MICHELLE WATERBURY, MAKEUP ARTIST

THE VIEW * ABC

REBECCA BORMAN, MAKEUP ARTIST

KAREN DUPICHE, MAKEUP ARTIST

LORI KLEIN, MAKEUP ARTIST

EVE PEARL, MAKEUP ARTIST

 Outstanding Achievement in

Makeup For A Drama Series

AS THE WORLD TURNS * CBS

ELDO RAY ESTES, KEY MAKEUP ARTIST

ANETTE LIAN-WILLIAMS, MAKEUP ARTIST

STEPHANIE GLOVER-MCGEE, MAKEUP ARTIST

KIMBERLY BRAISIN, MAKEUP ARTIST

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL * CBS

CHRISTINE LAI-JOHNSON, KEY MAKEUP ARTIST

CHRIS ESCOBOSA, MAKEUP ARTIST

MARLENE MASON, MAKEUP ARTIST

MARLENE STOLLER, MAKEUP ARTIST

CHARLENE JACKMAN, MAKEUP ARTIST

GENERAL HOSPITAL * ABC

DONNA MESSINA, MAKEUP ARTIST

WENDY PENNINGTON-HOLZ, MAKEUP ARTIST

GEORGIA GRADO, MAKEUP ARTIST

DARA JARAMILLO, MAKEUP ARTIST

MELINDA OSGOOD, MAKEUP ARTIST

ANGELA ACKLEY, MAKEUP ARTIST

BOBBI ROBERTS, MAKEUP ARTIST

PASSIONS * NBC

TOBY LAMM, HEAD MAKEUP ARTIST

NATASJA HEWITSON, MAKEUP ARTIST

AMY SPARKS, MAKEUP ARTIST

VICTORIA DOERING, MAKEUP ARTIST

 Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction And Composition

BJ'S TEDDY BEAR CLUB * TBN

DENNIS SCOTT, MUSIC DIRECTOR

BRATZ * FOX

MATTHEW GERRARD, COMPOSER

DIVE OLLY DIVE! * ANIMANIA

CEIRI TORJUSSEN, COMPOSER

LAZY TOWN * NICKELODEON

MANI SVARARSSON, COMPOSER

LEGION OF SUPER HEROES * KIDS WB!

MICHAEL MCCUISTION, COMPOSER

KRISTOPHER L.

'Guiding Light' shines brightest at Daytime Emmys

'Guiding Light' shines brightest at Daytime Emmys
CBS' Guiding Light led the 33rd annual Daytime Emmys with four awards, but ABC's General Hospital walked away with the nod for best drama series during a ceremony held Friday night at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland. Meanwhile, The Ellen DeGeneres Show took home awards for best talk show host and best talker during the ceremony, which was hosted by Tom Bergeron and Kelly Monaco and was broadcast live on ABC. General Hospital's win was its second consecutive drama series award and its ninth overall in the category. The show also won in the drama series directing category, while Anthony Geary, who portrays Luke Spencer on the show, received his fifth award for lead actor in a drama series. Guiding Light nearly swept the other acting categories. Kim Zimmer, who plays Reva Lewis, won her fourth Daytime Emmy for lead actress, and three other cast members won their first Daytime Emmy: Jordan Clarke, who plays Billy Lewis, won for supporting actor; Gina Tognoni, who portrays Dinah Marler, won supporting actress; and Tom Pelphrey, who plays Jonathan Randall, won in the younger actor category.

'Guiding Light' shines brightest at Daytime Emmys

'Guiding Light' shines brightest at Daytime Emmys
CBS' Guiding Light led the 33rd annual Daytime Emmys with four awards, but ABC's General Hospital walked away with the nod for best drama series during a ceremony held Friday night at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland. Meanwhile, The Ellen DeGeneres Show took home awards for best talk show host and best talker during the ceremony, which was hosted by Tom Bergeron and Kelly Monaco and was broadcast live on ABC. General Hospital's win was its second consecutive drama series award and its ninth overall in the category. The show also won in the drama series directing category, while Anthony Geary, who portrays Luke Spencer on the show, received his fifth award for lead actor in a drama series. Guiding Light nearly swept the other acting categories. Kim Zimmer, who plays Reva Lewis, won her fourth Daytime Emmy for lead actress, and three other cast members won their first Daytime Emmy: Jordan Clarke, who plays Billy Lewis, won for supporting actor; Gina Tognoni, who portrays Dinah Marler, won supporting actress; and Tom Pelphrey, who plays Jonathan Randall, won in the younger actor category.

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