Local star nominated for Emmy
By Rachael Mason
Jennifer Ferrin, who grew up in Lawrenceville, was nominated for a
Daytime Emmy Award for the second time on Wednesday. She received the
nod for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series for her
role as Jennifer Munson on "As the World Turns."
Ferrin has been a regular on "As the World Turns" since 2003.
Ferrin attended Brookwood High School, where she acted in the school's
theater program. She went on to study drama at North Carolina School
for the Arts and graduated in 2003. She moved to New York after being
offered the role on "As the World Turns."
The competition for the award for outstanding supporting actress
includes Crystal Chappell for "Guiding Light," Gina Tognoni for
"Guiding Light," Renee Goldsberry for "One Life to Live" and Traceye E.
Bregman for "The Young and the Restless."
The 33rd Annual Daytime Emmys will be held April 28 at the Kodak
Theatre in Hollywood. The ceremony will be shown at 8 p.m. on ABC.