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Dick Van Dyke Makes History as Oldest Daytime Emmys Winner Ever, at 98

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Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large Legendary actor and comedian Dick Van Dyke has made history, winning the 2024 Daytime Emmy award for guest performer in a daytime drama series — via his spot on Peacock’s “Days of Our Lives.” At 98, that makes Van Dyke the oldest actor to receive a Daytime Emmy win.

Van Dyke came into Friday’s 51st Daytime Emmy Awards already making a mark as the oldest Daytime Emmys nominee ever. Night one of the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards took place live on CBS on Friday, June 7, from the Westin Bonaventure hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. “I feel like a spy from nighttime television,” Van Dyke joked. “I’m the oldest nominee in history.

I can’t believe it. I was playing old men all my life. If I had known I was going to live this long, I would have taken better care of myself!” Van Dyke said he had a “wonderful time” on “Days,” and said during one serious scene he started laughing and “runined the shot.” “I’m 98 years old, can you believe it?

This tops a lifetime of 80 years in the business. I love you, God bless,” he added. In a special four-part story arc, Van Dyke appeared on “Days” as “Mystery Man/Timothy Robicheaux.” Here’s how it was described: “Van Dyke plays a man of mystery, an amnesiac.

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