2018 Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Presenters
Announcing awards for those who work behind the scenes of daytime television.
The 2018 Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards will be held on Friday April 27 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in California, where many will be honored for their behind the scenes work in daytime. Television producers Sid and Marty Krofft will be presented with this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award, along with awards for various soap related categories such as Casting, Art Direction, Lighting, Music, Makeup, Hair Styling and more. Soaps.com has the list of soap opera presenters who are scheduled to hand out awards…
The Bold and the Beautiful’s Annika Noelle (Hope) and Jeremy Ray Valdez (Detective Sanchez), Days of our Lives’ Victoria Konefal (Ciara) and Lamon Archey (Eli), General Hospital’s Laura Wright (Carly) and Wes Ramsey (Peter) and The Young and the Restless’ Kate Linder (Esther) and Christian LeBlanc (Michael), plus digital series stars Kit Williamson (Eastsiders), Anne Marie Cummings, Gustavo Velasquez (Conversations in LA), Vanessa Baden Kelly (Giants) and Richard Brooks (The Rich and the Ruthless).
Other presenters include actor, director David Arquette, David Osmond (Wonderama), Rodrigo Blaas, Marc Guggenheim and Chad Hammes (Trollhunters), Emily Calandrelli (Xploration Outer Space), Steve Spangler (Xploration, DIY), Michael Stevens (Mind Field), Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants), Vanessa Lachey, Curtis Stone, and Tiffany Derry (Top Chef Jr.), Michela Luci (Dino Dana), Raven-Symone (Raven’s Home), Danny Seo (Naturally Danny Seo), Josh Garcia (The Voyager with Josh Garcia), Alie Ward (The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation) and Maureen Fan and EricDarnell (Baobab).
Soaps.com will be back to announce the creative winners and will again be reporting live from the Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday April 29. Follow Soaps.com on Twitter, Soaps.com on Facebook and Soaps.com on Instagram for all of the red carpet fashion, photos, soap opera actor winners, interviews and more in the days to follow.
Photo credit: Howard Wise, Jill Johnson/JPI
– Amy Mistretta