A Full List Of Nominations And The Winners Of The British Soap Awards 2017! All In One Photo Portalon Photos and videos
The British Soap Awards 2017 was organized in Manchester’s At The Lowry on June 3, 2017. The birth of the award ceremony dates back to 1999, and it’s the 19th year of this prestigious award on television.
The year 2017 was going to be a historic year in the history of British Soap Awards, as it was confirmed that the award function would be broadcasted live on ITV.
But due to the conflicting schedule with Ariana Grande’s One Love Manchester which is going to be held on June 4, 2017; the British Soap Awards could not be broadcasted live on television.
Nevertheless, the award function will be shown on ITV on June 6, 2017, Tuesday from 8 pm onwards.
The host of the night was Phillip Schofield and presented the ceremony where the biggest stars of the soap operas were honored.
So who won the prestigious British Soap Awards?
Without lengthening your curiosity let’s know the winners, who successfully received maximum vote along with the nominations for the respective categories.
1. British Soap Award for Best Actor 2017
Incredible actor John Middleton walked away with the award for Best Actor for his character of Ashley Thomas for longest running television series Emmerdale. He was voted the best actor by the viewers for the British Soap Awards. Other fellow nominees in the category were
- Scott Maslen (Jack Branning – EastEnders)
- Danny Dyer (Mick Carter – EastEnders)
- Davood Ghadami (Kush Kazemi – EastEnders)
- Simon Gregson (Steve McDonald – Corrie)
- William Roache (Ken Barlow – Corrie)
- Jack P Shepherd (David Platt – Corrie)
- Danny Miller (Aaron Dingle- Emmerdale)
- Matthew Wolfenden (David Metcalfe – Emmerdale)
- Jamie Lomas (Hollyoaks- Warren Fox )
- Ben Ryan Davis ( Hollyoaks-Nick Savage)
- Gregory Finnegan (James Nightingale – Hollyoaks)
- Chris Walker (Rob Hollins – Doctors),
- Ashley Rice (Dr. Sid Vere – Doctors)
- Owen Brenman (Dr. Heston Carter – Doctors)
2. British Soap Award for Best Actress 2017
The audience voted Charlotte Bellamy as the Best Actress in the British Soap Awards for her portrayal of Laurel Thomas in the television series Emmerdale. The nominations for the Best Actress category were
- Lacey Turner (Stacey Branning – EastEnders)
- June Brown (Dot Branning – EastEnders)
- Diane Parish (Denise Fox – EastEnders)
- Kym Marsh (Michelle Connor – Corrie)
- Lucy Fallon (Bethany Platt – Corrie)
- Jane Danson (Leanne Tilsley – Corrie)
- Natalie J Robb (Moira Dingle – Emmerdale)
- Zoe Henry (Rhona Ghoskirk – Emmerdale)
- Anna Passey (Sienna Blake – Hollyoaks)
- Jessica Fox (Nancy Osborne – Hollyoaks)
- Rachel Adedeji (Lisa Loveday – Hollyoaks)
- Laura Rolins (Ayesha Lee – Doctors)
- Lorna Laidlaw (Mrs. Tembe – Doctors)
- Bharti Patel (Ruhma Hanif – Doctors).
3. British Soap Award for Best Soap 2017
Once again after capturing the category of Best Actor and Best Actress, the favorite show of the viewers "Emmerdale" won the British Soap Awards for the Best Soap 2017. And it’s consecutively the second award for the Best British Soap as it had won the award of the Best Soap in 2016 too.
The other series nominated for the same category were
- Coronation Street
4. British Soap Award for the Best Male Dramatic Performance 2017
The British Soap Award for Best Male Dramatic Performance of the year was awarded to John Middleton for essaying the role of "Ashley Thomas" in the television series Emmerdale.
This is his second British Soap Award in 2017 as he won in the category of Best Actor as well.
The other nominated actors in the category of Best Male Dramatic Performance were
- Simon Gregson (Steve MacDonald – Corrie)
- Ian Midlane (Dr. Al Haskey – Doctors)
- Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell – EastEnders)
- Kieron Richardson (Ste Hay – Hollyoaks)
5. British Soap Award for Best Female Dramatic Performance 2017
Kym Marsh received the Best Female Dramatic Performance award in the British Soap Awards 2017 for essaying the character of Michelle Connor in the British soap opera Coronation Street, also known as Corrie.
She won the award defeating the other nominees, who were
- Dido Miles (Dr. Emma Reid – Doctors)
- Diane Parish (Denise Fox – EastEnders)
- Charlotte Bellamy (Laurel Thomas – Emmerdale)
- Nadine Mulkerrin (Chlo McQueen – Hollyoaks)
6. British Soap Award for Best Comedy Performance 2017
The most difficult form of art is the comedy, and Dolly-Rose Campbell won the British Soap Award 2017 in the category of Best Comedy Performance for portraying the role of Gemma Winter in the British soap opera Coronation Street.
The nominees for the award were,
- Elisabeth Dermot Walsh (Dr. Zara Carmichael – Doctors)
- Tameka Empson (Kim Fox-Hubbard – EastEnders)
- Dominic Brunt (Paddy Kirk – Emmerdale)
- Nicole Barber-Lane (Myra McQueen – Hollyoaks).
7. British Soap Award for Best Young Actor 2017
An award gives confidence and motivates a young actor. Young actor Elle Mulvaney won the British Soap Awards for the Best Young Actor for the soap opera Corrie, where she portrays the role of Amy Barlow.
The other nominations for the category were
- Bleu Landau (Dennis Rickman – EastEnders)
- Isobel Steele (Liv Flaherty – Emmerdale)
- Ela May Demircan (Leah Barnes – Hollyoaks)
8. British Soap Award for Villain Of The Year 2017
Talented actress Lucy-Jo Hudson won the British Soap Award in the category of the Villain Of The Year, 2017.
She won the award for the role of Rhiannon Davis for the British medical soap opera Doctors.
The other nominations selected for the award were
- Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan – Corrie)
- Jake Wood (Max Branning – EastEnders)
- Gillian Kearney (Emma Barton – Emmerdale)
- Persephone Swales-Dawson (Nico Blake – Hollyoaks)
9. British Soap Award for Best Newcomer 2017
An award for the newcomer is the biggest pat on the back, and it boosts the confidence level of a newcomer.
Actor Rob Mallard won the British Soap Award in the category of Best Newcomer for the role of Dand Osbourne for the soap opera Corrie.
The other nominees for the category were
- Ritu Arya (Dr. Megan Sharma – Doctors)
- Zack Morris (Keegan Baker – EastEnders)
- Sally Dexter (Faith Dingle – Emmerdale)
- Duncan James (Ryan Knight – Hollyoaks)
10. British Soap Award for Best On-Screen Partnership 2017
The on-screen pair of Richard Linnell and Kassius Nelson won the British Soap Awards in the category of Best On-Screen Partnership for their wonderful onscreen partnership as Alfie Nightingale & Jade Albright for Hollyoaks.
The nominees in the category were
- Malcolm Hebden & Patti Clare (Norris Cole & Mary Taylor – Corrie)
- Matthew Chambers & Elisabeth Dermot Walsh (Dr. Daniel Granger & Dr. Zara Carmichael – Doctors)
- James Bye & Lacey Turner (Martin & Stacey Fowler – EastEnders)
- John Middleton & Charlotte Bellamy (Ashley & Laurel Thomas – Emmerdale)
11. British Soap Award for Best Single Episode 2017
The television series Emmerdale won the British Soap Award in the category of Best Single Episode for the episode titled Ashley’s Point Of View.
The list of other nominations for the category were:
- Kylie’s Death (Corrie)
- A Christmas Carol (Doctors)
- Lee On The Edge (EastEnders)
- What Is Consent? (Hollyoaks)
12. British Soap Award for Best Scene Of The Year 2017
There are few scenes which leave a footprint in your memory and among many other nominations, Jade Says Goodbye To Alfie from Hollyoaks was awarded as the Scene Of The Year in the British Soap Awards 2017.
The other nominees for the category were-
- Michelle Goodbye To Ruairi (Corrie)
- Haunted By His Voices (Doctors)
- Ronnie And Roxy’s Exit (EastEnders)
- The Hotten Bypass Pile Up (Emmerdale)
13. British Soap Award 2017 for the Best Storyline
A lot of hard work goes into a good story line. And Ashley’s Dementia from Emmerdale was the winner in the category of Best Storyline in the British Soap Awards 2017, defeating other nominees which were
- The Grooming Of Bethany (Corrie)
- Rhiannon’s Second Chance (Doctors)
- Lee’s Mental Health (EastEnders)
- Teenage Cancer (Hollyoaks)
14. British Soap Award for Outstanding Achievement Awards 2017
The talented actor Nick Pickard held British Soap Award for Outstanding Achievement Awards 2017.
The actor is best known as Tony Hutchinson from Hollyoaks.
He is the longest appearing cast member and was in Hollyoaks from the inception of the soap since 1995.
15. British Soap Award's Tony Warren Award 2017
The EastEnder writer Gillian Richmond was awarded Tony Warren Award in the British Soap Awards 2017.
The writer has helped in the shows like EastEnders, Heartbeat, and Casualty to bring the characters and it’s story alive, for years.