One Life to Live's Susan Haskell talks with The Sudbury Star about her Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress.
"I've gotta say, it's nice," she allows of being a nominee again. "I am not going to be shy about that. The character has always been fantastic, and when they give you a story where you get to do something that's really interesting, it's a nice treat.
"The whole thing of finding out you have a son, while not really having your memory, that's pretty crazy," Haskell says of the "One Life to Live" plot that brought her a current nomination for outstanding lead actress. "I enjoy that kind of work, when it's that meaty. It's not that you can't separate what's real from what isn't, but you go home a little more tired than usual, that's for sure."
Haskell is nominated opposite All My Children'sDebbi Morgan, As the World Turns' Maura West, The Bold and the Beautiful's Susan Flannery and The Young and the Restless' Jeanne Cooper in the Outstanding Lead Actress category.