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Red Carpet Interview: Kelly Sullivan – 2014 Daytime Emmy Awards

Kelly Sullivan
Actress Kelly Sullivan attends The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on June 22, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California. Photo Credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

From the red carpet at the 2014 Daytime Emmy Awards – Interview with General Hospital star Kelly Sullivan.

TVSource Magazine’s West Coast Editor, William Dallman, attended the 41th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, CA. Former General Hospital star and Daytime Emmy nominee for Outstanding Supporting Actress, Kelly Sullivan (ex-Kate/Connie), spoke with TVSource Magazine on the Daytime Emmy red carpet about the thought process behind her Emmy submission and where fans can see her next.

TVSource Magazine: How did you get ready for tonight’s Daytime Emmy Awards?
Kelly Sullivan:
I got ready with three of my best friends and my better half is here.

TVSource Magazine: How did you decide on what you would submit for your Emmy reel?
Kelly Sullivan: It is hard. You have so many episodes a year and I had a really tough storyline that was very emotional and very hard at the time. I just looked in that library for a scene with a nice beginning, middle and end. I [went with] a very emotional scene with [Maurice Benard]. It was a really raw horrible situation [for Connie].

TVSource Magazine: Did you ask anyone what they felt you should submit?
Kelly Sullivan: At first, I would I ask people their opinion but ultimately, my decision hinged onto what, in my heart, felt was the right one.

TVSource Magazine: Do you have any current projects in the works?
Kelly Sullivan: I am involved with a new Nickelodeon show, Henry Danger. We start filming in about a month. It is a half hour, multi-cam sitcom and I play the mother. It is going to be great!

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  • Lovely to see one of my favorites looking so beautiful on the red carpet. In a tough category with such talented competitors her work was notable for the mix of hurt, loss and fury, each emotion cascading, one right after the the other, leaving this viewer wishing to reach out and just give “Connie” a hug, telling her it will be alright. Miss you on GH.