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Congratulations to the cast and crew of "Days of Our Lives", who received 15 nominations for this year's Daytime Emmy Awards, setting a new record for the most-ever "Days" nominations! The previous record was 13 nominations in 2009. A total of 65 people were nominated for "Days" this year. Executive producer Ken Corday received his 21st nomination, adding to his record for the most-nominated person in "Days" history.

In the acting categories, Crystal Chappell (Carly) received her 1st "Days" nomination, and her 8th nomination overall (6 for "Guiding Light" and 1 for "Venice"). Molly Burnett (Melanie), Shelley Hennig (Stephanie) and Chandler Massey (Will) each received their 2nd nominations. Matthew Ashford (Jack) received his first-ever Daytime Emmy nomination. Ashford, who made his daytime debut on "One Life to Live" in 1982, is celebrating his 30th year in daytime with his 1st Daytime Emmy nomination. Stunt coordinator Terry James, who is responsible for choreographing all of the on-air stunts that "Days" performs, received his 2nd nomination overall (he was nominated last year for "The Young and the Restless").

"Days" received its 16th nomination for Outstanding Drama Series (1 win/1978); 11th nomination for Lead Actress (1 win/1975, Susan Flannery as Laura Horton); 4th nomination for Supporting Actor (no wins); 12th & 13th nominations for Younger Actress (no wins); 13th nomination for Younger Actor (2 wins/1988, Billy Warlock as Frankie Brady & 2009, Darin Brooks as Max Brady); 15th nomination for Writing (1 win/1976); 3rd nomination for Casting (no wins); 14th nomination for Hairstyling (5 wins/ 1988, 1995, 1997, 1999 and 2008); 15th nomination for Lighting Direction (no wins); 15th nomination for Makeup (4 wins/ 1988, 1991, 1992 and 1997); 7th nomination for Technical Direction/Electronic Camera/Video Control (no wins); 5th nomination for Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design (1 win/1997); 6th nomination for Multiple Camera Editing (2 wins/ 2004 and 2007); and its first-ever nomination for Stunt Coordination.

The following is a list of each of the 65 individual "Days" nominees:

21st nomination: Executive producer Ken Corday

15th nomination: Head makeup artist Gail J. Hopkins

12th nomination: Lighting director Ted Polmanski

9th nomination: Makeup artist Nina Wells

8th nomination: Editor Joe Lumer

7th nominations: Senior Coordinating producer Janet Spellman-Drucker; writer Dena Higley; lead editor Lugh Powers; and makeup artist Joleen Rizzo

6th nominations: Technical director Mike Caruso; camera operator Mike Mecartea; writer Fran Myers; technical director J.C. O'Neill; and electronic camera John Sizemore

5th nominations: Hairstylist Garry Allyn; art director Tom Early; lighting director Mark Levin; writer Marlene McPherson; and hairstylist Margie Puga

4th nominations: Producer Albert Alarr; makeup artist Deidre Decker; production designer Dan Olexiewicz; and camera operator Bill Scott

3rd nominations: Makeup artist Glen Alen Gutierrez; senior video control Alexis Dellar Hanson; hairstylist Matthew Holman; camera operator Hugo Morelli; writer Michelle Poteet Lisanti; and casting director Marnie Saitta

2nd nominations: Younger actress Molly Burnett; writer David Cherrill; writer Carolyn Culliton; writer Richard Culliton; writer Rick Draughon; editor Mike Fiamingo; writer Jeanne Marie Ford; younger actress Shelley Hennig; hairstylist Patrick Kilian; younger actor Chandler Massey; co-executive producer Noel Maxam; art director Danielle Mullen; writer John Newman; hairstylist Katharine O'Neill; writer Ryan Quan; writer Lisa Seidman; senior coordinating producer Tim Stevens; co-executive producer Gary Tomlin; and writer Christopher Whitesell

1st nomination: Supporting actor Matthew Ashford; lead actress Crystal Chappell; writer Christopher Dunn; writer Lacey Dyer; writer Janet Iacobuzio; stunt coordinator Terry James;

editor Tina Keller; electronic camera Barbara Langdon; writer David A. Levinson; co-executive producer Greg Meng; writer Peter T. Rich; writer Roger Schroeder; hairstylist Jen Singleton; writer Elizabeth Snyder; writer Darrell Ray Thomas, Jr.; writer Nancy Williams Watt; and producer M.K. Weir

The 39th Annual Daytime Entertainment Creative Arts Emmys will be presented at the Westin Bonaventure in Downtown LA on Sunday, June 17, 2012. The 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be presented at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday, June 23, 2012.

Here are the 15 "Days" nominations:

OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES

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Ken Corday, Executive Producer

Greg Meng, Co-Executive Producer

Gary Tomlin, Co-Executive Producer

Noel Maxam, Co-Executive Producer

Albert Alarr, Producer

M.K. Weir, Producer

Janet Spellman-Drucker, Senior Coordinating Producer

Tim Stevens, Senior Coordinating Producer

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

CRYSTAL CHAPPELL, as Dr. Carly Manning

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OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

MATTHEW ASHFORD, as Jack Deveraux

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OUTSTANDING YOUNGER ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

MOLLY BURNETT, as Melanie Layton

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AND

SHELLEY HENNIG, as Stephanie Johnson

YOUNG ACTOR

OUTSTANDING YOUNGER ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

CHANDLER MASSEY, as Will Horton

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OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION/SCENIC DESIGN FOR A DRAMA SERIES

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Dan Olexiewicz, Production Designer

Tom Early, Art Director

Danielle Mullen, Art Director

OUTSTANDING CASTING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

Marnie Saitta, Casting Director

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OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES WRITING TEAM

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David Cherrill, Writer

Carolyn Culliton, Writer

Richard Culliton, Writer

Rick Draughon, Writer

Christopher Dunn, Writer

Lacey Dyer, Writer

Jeanne Marie Ford, Writer

Dena Higley, Writer

Janet Iacobuzio, Writer

David A. Levinson, Writer

Michelle Poteet Lisanti, Writer

Marlene McPherson, Writer

Fran Myers, Writer

John Newman, Writer

Ryan Quan, Writer

Peter T. Rich, Writer

Roger Schroeder, Writer

Lisa Seidman, Writer

Elizabeth Snyder, Writer

Darrell Ray Thomas, Jr., Writer

Christopher Whitesell, Writer

Nancy Williams Watt, Writer

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN HAIRSTYLING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

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Margie Puga, Hairstylist

Matthew Holman, Hairstylist

Patrick Kilian, Hairstylist

Garry Allyn, Hairstylist

Katharine O'Neill, Hairstylist

Jen Singleton, Hairstylist

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN LIGHTING DIRECTION FOR A DRAMA SERIES

Days of Our Lives NBC

Ted Polmanski, Lighting Director

Mark Levin, Lighting Designer

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MAKEUP FOR A DRAMA SERIES

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Gail J. Hopkins, Head Makeup Artist

Nina Wells, Makeup Artist

Joleen Rizzo, Makeup Artist

Glen Alen Gutierrez, Makeup Artist

Deidre Decker, Makeup Artist

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MULTIPLE CAMERA EDITING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

Days of Our Lives NBC

Tina Keller, Editor

Mike Fiamingo, Editor

Joe Lumer, Editor

Lugh Powers, Lead Editor

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN TECHNICAL DIRECTION/ELECTRONIC CAMERA/VIDEO CONTROL FOR A DRAMA SERIES

Days of Our Lives NBC

John C. O'Neill, Technical Director

Mike Caruso, Technical Director

Barbara J. Langdon, Electronic Camera

John D. Sizemore, Electronic Camera

Michael Mecartea, Camera Operator

Hugo Morelli, Camera Operator

Bill Scott, Camera Operator

Alexis Dellar Hanson, Senior Video Control

OUTSTANDING STUNT COORDINATION

Days of Our Lives NBC

Terry James, Stunt Coordinator

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