Op-Ed: Mark Grossman is Emmy-worthy for his acting work in ‘The Young and The Restless’

Mark Grossman
Mark Grossman. Photo Credit: Sonja Flemming, CBS

Acclaimed actor Mark Grossman is Emmy-worthy for his acting work in “The Young and The Restless.” #Powerjournalist Markos Papadatos has the recap. Ever since he stepped into the shoes of the complex Adam Newman, he has made the role his own, and he has been killing it ever since.

This past year, Grossman had some intense and standout scenes as Adam, and watching him navigate the Newman family dynamics in a clever and witty fashion was quite the spectacle. Most of his scenes are dialogue-heavy, and Grossman nailed them all (especially Adam’s redemption storyline), and fans, viewers, and his peers in the industry alike have taken notice of his immense talent as an actor and overall storyteller.

It has been an absolute pleasure watching Mark Grossman enhance his comfort level, creativity, and maturity as an actor over the last year on “The Young and The Restless” thanks to the solid material that he has been given from the show’s award-winning writing team.

Grossman layers his emotions as Adam well, and he is not afraid to be raw, vulnerable, and manipulative, all in one. There is an honesty and an authenticity to his work that makes it stand out in a bold and refreshing manner.

For all of these reasons and more, Mark Grossman deserves to be nominated for a 2023 Daytime Emmy Award for his acting work on “The Young and The Restless,” which is the No. 1 daytime drama on the air. Grossman has proven time and time again that he is a true leading man in the daytime drama world.