The Bold and the Beautiful’s Heather Tom Snags Daytime Emmy Nomination!
Right in the midst of a truly powerful and life-altering storyline for her The Bold and the Beautiful character, Katie Logan, actress Heather Tom has just received the news that she has earned a Daytime Emmy nomination in the Outstanding Supporting Actress category for her portrayal of the youngest Logan sibling!
On screen, Heather has been given some really great material lately, what with her escalating flirtation with Nick (Jack Wagner), which has now been put on hold while she fights for her life. Katie being shot accidentally at the hands of her own brother, Storm (William DeVry), will provide even more dramatic fodder for Heather, as Katie recovers and has to deal with the truth of what has happened to her, and the implications for her family!
Off screen, Heather, who is a very politically active woman, has been keeping busy stumping for Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton!
Congratulations from Soaps.com, both to The Bold and the Beautiful and to Heather Tom! We eagerly await the awards ceremony in June and will be cheering you on! Visit the main page to read about all of the Daytime Emmy Nominations!
Just in! In addition to Heather's nomination, The Bold and the Beautiful has received the following technical Daytime Emmy noms:
Outstanding Drama Series Writing: Bradley Bell, Head Writer; Kay Alden, Associate Head Writer; Michael Minnis, Associate Head Writer; Tracey Ann Kelly, Writer; Patrick Mulcahey, Writer; Rex M. Best, Writer; Janice Ferri Esser, Writer; Elizabeth Snyder, Writer; Jerry Birn, Writer. This marks the third nomination for Bradley P. Bell, and the writing team of B&B.
Outstanding Achievement in Technical Direction/Electronic Camera/Video Control for a Drama Series: Charles F. Guzzi, Technical Director; Gordon T. Sweeney, Electronic Camera; Ted Morales, Electronic Camera; Thomas Luth, Electronic Camera; Roberto Bosio, Video Control; Scha Jani, Video Control. This marks the 12th nomination for B&B in this category, with three previous wins.
Outstanding Achievement in Live & Direct to Tape Sound Mixing for a Drama Series: Jennifer Radulovich, Production Mixer and Re-Recording Mixer; Brian Connell, Production Mixer and Re-Recording Mixer; Daniel Lecuna, Re-Recording Mixer; Jerry Martz, Sound Effects Mixer; Dave Golba, Boom Operator; Jim Hope, Boom Operator; Stan Sweeney, Boom Operator. This marks the 11th nomination for B&B in this category, with three previous wins.
Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction And Composition for a Drama Series: Lothar Struff, Music Supervisor; Bradley Bell, Composer; Jack Allocco, Composer; David Kurtz, Composer. This marks the first nomination for B&B in this category.
Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Direction for a Drama Series: Phil Callan, Lighting Director; Rod Yamane, Lighting Director; Scha Jani, Lighting Director. This marks the 11th nomination for B&B in this category, with three previous wins.
Outstanding Achievement in Multiple Camera Editing for a Drama Series: Brian Bagwell, Editor; Jim Friesen, Editor; Jonathan Smilowitz, Editor. This marks the 11th nomination for B&B in this category with three previous wins.
Best of luck from Soaps.com to all nominees from The Bold and the Beautiful!