HomeTVAll My ChildrenEmmy Moments: Jennifer Finnigan Wins Younger Actress Luke Kerr June 19, 2008 All My Children, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, One Life to Live, The Bold and the Beautiful, The Young and The Restless 2 Comments 2004 a sweet year for Bold & Beautiful’s Jennifer Finnigan. She took home the award for Outstanding Younger Actress for playing the role of Bridget Forrester in what is often a tough category. It is interesting to note that of the women nominated in the category that year only Christel Khalil is still "in" daytime. 2004 Younger Actress Nominees Jennifer Finnigan – Bold & Beauitful Christel Khalil – Young & Restless Eden Riegel – All My Children Alicia Leigh Willis – General Hospital Lauren Woodland – Young & Restless 2 Responses soapscribe June 20, 2008 Oh, how I miss Jennifer Finnigan! She really was outstanding and deserved all her Emmys. B&B has yet to find a young actress strong enough to fill the void left by her. Newcomer Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Steffy Forrester) who, like Finnigan, is Canadian, seems quite promising. It’ll be interesting to see if she has what it takes to become the next JF. Log in to Reply Marone_Macaroni June 20, 2008 Soapscribe, I couldn’t agree more – she was fantastic as Bridget. She was the actress that made me a huge Budge fan. Ashley Jones is doing a damn fine job too IMO (a shame the character is now everybody’s doormat). Fingers crossed Jacqueline MacInnes Wood is going to make her mark, as B&B has been sorely lacking a younger actress in Jennifer Finnigan’s league. Here’s hoping! http://maronemacaroni.blogspot.com Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.