Surviving are a daughter Trina Roark of Jonesville; two sons, Gary Turner and wife Judy and Timothy A.
Rounding out the contenders for best drama series were NBC’s “Days of Our Lives,” ABC’s “All My Children,” which nabbed its 23rd consecutive nod, and “General Hospital,” which has taken home the prize for the past three years.
In addition to the leading men of “Y&R,” drama actor nods went to “All My Children’s” David Canary; “General Hospital’s” Anthony Geary and Kin Shriner of ABC’s new soap “Port Charles.” Joining Lucci in the list of drama actress nominees were Eileen Davidson of “Days of Our Lives,” Jacklyn Zeman of “General Hospital” and Cynthia Watros and Kim Zimmer of CBS’ “Guiding Light.” Warner Bros.’ “Rosie O’Donnell” — last year’s winner in the talkshow host category — again ruled the chatshows with 13 bids, compared to eight for King World’s “Oprah Winfrey” (last year’s winner for best show) and ABC’s “The View” and six for NBC/Paramount’s “Leeza Gibbons.” The five nominees in the key categories of talkshow and talkshow host were identical: “Rosie O’Donnell,” “Oprah Winfrey,” Buena Vista TV’s “Live With Regis & Kathie Lee,” “Leeza” and “The View,” whose nod in the hosting category was shared by co-hosts Barbara Walters, Star Jones, Meredith Viera, Joy Behar and Debbie Matenopoulos.
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