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Daytime Emmy Reels: Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series


The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA on Sunday, June 22, 2014. In the Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series category, two-time winner Chandler Massey is up against Bryan Craig, Chad Duell, Max Ehrich and Daniel Polo. Watch their Emmy submissions below:

Bryan Craig as Morgan Corinthos
General Hospital


Morgan Corinthos returned to Port Charles with his girlfriend, Kiki Jerome, after a run in with an online gambling ring. Kiki learned from her mother, AVA JEROME that she was related to the wealthy Quartermaine family. Morgan & Kiki soon made themselves at home at the Quartermaine estate. Morgan's older brother, Michael Corinthos, found he was drawn to Kiki. While Kiki felt something for Michael, they knew it could never be since they were Quartermaine cousins! Morgan learned that Kiki wasn't related to the Quartermaine family. To keep his relationship intact, he quickly married Kiki before the truth was revealed in the local press. Morgan also turned to his father, Sonny Corinthos and begged him to keep Morgan's secret: that Morgan knew Kiki was not a Quartermaine before the story was published. Ava & Sonny decided to throw Morgan & Kiki a wedding reception. Unbeknownst to Morgan, Sonny was no longer taking his medication and therefore capable of doing and saying anything at any time...



Chad Duell as Michael Corinthos
General Hospital


Michael Corinthos considered having 2 dads a good thing. He was raised by Sonny Corinthos. Michael's bio dad, AJ Quartermaine recent return to Port Charles allowed Michael to get to know his other dad. While Sonny & AJ never got along, they both loved Michael. Sonny faced a massive tragedy when his girlfriend, Connie Falconeri, was brutally murdered. Before Connie died, she wrote the letters "AJ" in blood. Sonny's anger drove him to seek revenge against AJ. Michael would be the only one that could stop Sonny.



Max Ehrich as Fenmore Baldwin
The Young and the Restless


The affair that Fenmore's mother, Lauren, had with Carmine Basco has been over for a while, yet the scorned ex-lover has repeatedly harassed the family, including showing a sex tape of Lauren at an event in her honor. Fen races out of the event in horror; he wakes up the next morning with no memory of the night before. Lauren breaks the news that Carmine was found shot dead in the alley and slowly Fenmore comes to a realization: he could be a murderer.



Chandler Massey as Will Horton
Days of our Lives


Will professes his love for his unborn daughter to his true love Sonny. And expresses his desire to raise his daughter in a healthy happy family.



Daniel Polo as Jamie Vernon
The Young and the Restless


A juvenile delinquent with a troubled home life, Jamie Vernon already had a lot to handle. And then high school classmate Summer began harassing him online. Summer's friend Fen condemned Summer's behavior at first, but when Summer discovered she actually liked Jamie and Fen's father took an interest in the boy -- even letting him move in after trouble at his foster home -- a jealous Fen took over the cyberbullying. When Jamie is found unconscious after falling from a roof, he refuses to say what happened but the evidence implicates Fen. Fen's parents, Summer, and Police Chief Paul Williams question Jamie about the incident...and they may not like his answers.



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