For decades, the House of Harry Winston has provided some of the most spectacular gems to actresses, singers, and other celebrities for the Tony Awards, Emmy Awards, and Academy Awards, where they add immeasurable glitter to the red carpet.
Although the Daytime Emmy's didn't start awarding soap opera actors and actresses for their craft until the early 70s, the prestige of receiving an Emmy in daytime can often translate into primetime success with a few notable exceptions.
Soap opera fans and others who enjoy daytime television breathlessly awaiting the announcement of the Daytime Emmy winners typically find out the results during the Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony, held each year during the summer.
Erica's child (a product of a rape when she was just 14 years old) debuted on the show in the mid 90s played by Sarah Michelle Gellar (who would earn an Emmy for her portrayal and would go on to play Buffy the Vampire Slayer).
This video featuring Emmy winner Adrienne Frantz from The Young and the Restless and her candle company-owning friend, offers a very thorough demonstration regarding the essential steps to making scented candles using soy wax.
The film was aired at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival and it won a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television, the film was also nominated for an Emmy award.
In light of that fact, the Daytime Emmy Awards were created in the 1970s to recognize the outstanding work done by actors and writers in the soap industry, just as the traditional Emmy Awards honor prime time programming.
O'Brien has taken his hosting skills beyond the late night format, hosting the 54th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, which earned him The Los Angeles Times' praise as "one of the funniest opening monologues in Emmy history."
The Emmy Awards are handed out by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, with the nominees and winners recognized in areas, such as daytime shows, news, sports, public broadcasting, and technology.
He has been nominated for Golden Globe, Emmy and American Comedy awards; Ferrell won an American Comedy Award for Funniest Male Performer in a TV Special (for Saturday Night Live Presidential Bash 2000).