2015 Daytime Emmys: Actors Who Got Snubbed
The Emmy winner gave some of his best work this year as his character Jack struggled with the return of his comatose fiancée Phyllis and the reveal that Summer wasn’t his daughter. Bergman seemed like a lock for his 20th Emmy nomination, but despite his amazing performance Bergman was left out of the Lead Actor category.
The Days of Our Lives actor won’t be making it two in a row in the Supporting Actor category. Fresh off last year’s win, Martsolf continued his string of Emmy worthy performances as Brady learned that it was his wife Theresa framed him for the attack on his father John. Even though he wasn’t nominated, Martsolf should take pride in his performances and cementing his status as one of daytime’s best leading men.
The Young and the Restless star already has an Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actor and his bid to make it into the Supporting Actor category came up short. James hasn’t had much to work with the past couple of years, but this year he was bumped into a huge storyline which saw his character Devon fall in love with his father’s new wife, Hilary. James gave an emotional performance as Devon dealt with the guilt of betraying his father. Despite not getting an Emmy nom, Bryton can increase his chances for next year now that Devon’s secret is out.