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12th Daytime Emmy Awards

The 12th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on Wednesday, July 31, 1985, on CBS to commemorate excellence in daytime programming from the previous year (1984). Two new categories were added: Outstanding Young Man in a Daytime Drama Series and Outstanding Ingenue in a Daytime Drama Series. Seven awards were given in all.

Winners in each category are in bold.

Contents

  • Outstanding Daytime Drama Series 1
  • Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series 2
  • Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Series 3
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Daytime Drama Series 4
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Daytime Drama Series 5
  • Outstanding Young Man in a Daytime Drama Series 6
  • Outstanding Ingenue in a Daytime Drama Series 7
  • Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Writing 8
  • Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Directing 9
  • Outstanding Game Show 10
  • Outstanding Game Show Host 11
  • Outstanding Animated Program 12
  • Outstanding Film Sound Editing 13
  • Lifetime achievement award 14
  • References 15

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Young Man in a Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Ingenue in a Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Writing

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Directing

  • All My Children
  • One Life to Live
  • As the World Turns
  • Guiding Light
  • Days of our Lives

Outstanding Game Show

Outstanding Game Show Host

Outstanding Animated Program

Outstanding Film Sound Editing

  • Richard C. Allen, Robert T. Gillis, Richard Bruce Elliott, Michael L. DePatie, Michael Tomack and Ron Fedele (Muppet Babies)
  • David Gelfand (ABC Afterschool Specials)

Lifetime achievement award

References

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