"Me [Bill], of course [laughs]! Bill may never be named 'Father Of The Year', but there is no doubt that he loves his sons and he loves his family."
Jason Thompson (Billy, Y&R)
“I would have to say [Thompson’s former GH character] Patrick Drake.
He was a really good dad. He had his struggles but he really matured into a fantastic dad and I enjoyed that aspect of his life. Becoming a father was unex- pected and he never imagined himself in that role but he really rose to the oc- casion, especially after being a single dad for a while there.”
Mary Beth Evans
“I have to say Tom Horton [Macdon- ald Carey]. He was a great guy. He was sweet to his wife and sort of fatherly to the whole town — all the qualities I like in a person.”
Eric Martsolf (Brady, DAYS)
“I have to be biased and go with John Black [Drake Hogestyn]. The guy is decent down to the very core. I don’t know of any other daytime dad who was a priest and carefully orchestrated an exorcism. That’s a great man.”
Katrina Bowden (Flo, B&B) "I'm going to go ahead and say Ridge Forrester [Thorsten Kaye] and keep it in the family. Between everything he went through with Steffy and Thomas in the last year, he certainly proved that he is devoted to his kids."
Bryton James (Devon, Y&R)
“Neil Winters, of course. [His portrayer] Kristoff St. John embraced and guided me like true family."
Kin Shriner (Scott, GH)
“Lee Baldwin, played by the late, great Peter Hansen, because he taught Scotty all the fatherly skills that he would apply to all his children, and there were five, thus making him the best soap dad now. You see, it all comes back to Scotty.”