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1992

The Beverly Hills Hilton was home to the Eighth Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, which aired live in prime time and were hosted by Deidre Hall (Marlena, DAYS OF OUR LIVES), Emma Samms (Holly, GENERAL HOSPITAL) and George Hamilton.


William J. Bell, creator of YOUNG AND RESTLESS and BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL, was surprised with the Editor's Award, presented by his daughter Lauralee Bell (Christine, Y&R), Helen Wagner (Nancy, AS THE WORLD TURNS), Jeanne Cooper (Katherine, Y&R), Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie, DAYS), Ruth Warrick (Phoebe, ALL MY CHILDREN), Susan Flannery (Stephanie, B&B) and a taped message from Tom Selleck (ex-Jed, Y&R).


KNOTS LANDING ruled in prime-time... Daytime

Outstanding Daytime Soap: DAYS OF OUR LIVES


Outstanding Lead Actor: David Canary (Adam/Stuart, AMC)


Outstanding Lead Actress: Anne Heche (Vicky/Marley, AW)


Outstanding Supporting Actor: Doug Davidson (Paul, Y&R)


Outstanding Supporting Actress: Jane Elliot (Tracy, GH)


Outstanding Villain: Michael Zaslow (Roger, GL)


Outstanding Villainess: Lynn Herring (Lucy, GH)


Outstanding Male Newcomer: Paul Michael Valley (Ryan, AW)


Outstanding Female Newcomer: Alla Korot (Jenna, AW)


Outstanding Younger Leading Actor: Ricky Paull Goldin (Dean, AW)


Outstanding Younger Leading Actress: Tricia Cast (Nina, Y&R)


Best Wedding: Jack and Jennifer, DAYS


Best Love Story: Jack and Jennifer, DAYS


Best Death Scene: Marcy Walker (Eden, SB)


Outstanding Comic Performance: Robert Mailhouse (Brian, DAYS)


Editor's Award: William J. Bell
Prime-Time


Outstanding Prime-Time Show: KNOTS LANDING


Prime-Time Actor: Kevin Dobson (Mack, KL)


Prime-Time Actress: Michele Lee (Karen, KL)


Best Death Scene: Sheree J. Wilson (April, DALLAS)

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