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Finn Wittrock (ex-Damon, AMC) plays Nate in the comedy movie "Landline" released on July 21, 2017.
Battle of the Network Stars returns from Pepperdine University in California on Thursday, June 29 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC. Taking part will be Catherine Bach (Anita, Y&R), Shari Belafonte (Mayor Lomax, GH), Corbin Bernsen (Father Todd, Y&R), Corbin Bleu (ex-Jeffrey, OLTL), Taye Diggs (Sugar, GL), Erik Estrada (ex-Eduardo, B&B), Vivica A. Fox (ex-Stephanie, Y&R), Galen Gering (Rafe, Days), Deidre Hall (Marlena, Days), Lorenzo Lamas (ex-Hector, B&B), Cameron Mathison (Ryan, AMC), Donna Mills (ex-Madeline, GH), & Ryan Paevey (Nathan, GH).
Carrie Genzel (ex-Skye) plays First Lady Maureen Bennett in "Max 2: White House Hero." See the trailer here!
Jennifer Bassey (Marian) will join the cast of GH soon.
Alexandra Daddario (ex-Laurie) has about 8 movies coming out in the next, including the new "Baywatch" movie.
Lindsay Price (ex-An Li) appears in the new show "Splitting Up Together" on ABC (probably airing mid-season next Winter or Spring).
Mark Consuelos (ex-Mateo) will play Nurse Cain on NBC's "The Night Shift" beginning on Thursday, June 22, as well as Hiram Lodge in the second season of the CW's "Riverdale."
Kyle Lowder (ex-Brady, Days; ex-Rick, B&B) plays Det. Shawn Daniels and serves as executive producer of "Ladies of the Lake," a new digital series written by Ken Corday, Days' Executive Producer, centering around the murders surrounding the rich and powerful women of the Avalon gated community. Also appearing are Arianne Zucker (Nicole, Days), John-Paul Lavoisier (ex-Philip, Days), Martha Madison (Belle, Days; ex-Elizabeth, GH; ex-Lola, Passions), Wally Kurth (Justin, Days/Ned, GH), Marie Wilson (ex-Summer, Days), John Callahan (ex-Edmund, AMC; ex-Dr. Baker, Days; ex-Leo, GH), Patrika Darbo (Shirley, B&B/Nancy, Days), Jillian Clare (ex-Abby, Days), Lilly Melgar (ex-Lily, GH), & Jessica Morris (ex-Jennifer, OLTL). It will be available on Amazon Video exclusively on May 15. Follow the show on Twitter @LOTLSERIES1.
Sam Page (ex-Trey) stars in the Freeform series "The Bold Type" about a women's magazine beginning on Tuesday, July 11.
Billy Miller (Jason, GH; ex-Billy, Y&R; ex-Richie, AMC) guest-stars in at least four episodes of the 5th season of Showtime's "Ray Donovan" as cop Todd Doherty, airing this summer.
Leven Rambin (ex-Lily, AMC) will star with Chris Noth in "Gone," a 12-episode drama series for NBCU International Studios based on the novel "One Kick" as Kit “Kick” Lannigan. Leven is a regular on the current second season of Hulu's "The Path." Read more!
Christina Bennett Lind (ex-Bianca), who is pregnant, appears in the new Amazon series "Z: The Beginning of Everything," as Tallulah Bankhead.
On Thursday, February 2, Susan Lucci was a special guest co-host on Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family" with special guests Kathleen Noone (ex-Ellen, AMC; ex-Edna, Passions; ex-Betty, Sunset Beach; ex-Margaret, ATWT) and Eden Riegel (ex-Bianca, AMC & OLTL; ex-Heather, Y&R). The show reflected on AMC supercouples with Peter Bergman (Jack, Y&R; ex-Cliff, AMC), Rebecca Budig (Hayden, GH; ex-Greenlee, AMC; ex-Michelle, GL), Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan, AMC), Eva La Rue (ex-Maria, AMC), John Callahan (ex-Edmund, AMC; ex-Dr. Baker, Days; ex-Leo, GH), Kim Delaney (ex-Jenny, AMC), & Laurence Lau (ex-Greg, AMC; ex-Brian, ATWT; ex-Jamie, AW; ex-Sam, OLTL). Surprise guests who joined the show included Taylor Miller (ex-Nina), Jill Larson (ex-Opal), & Michael E. Knight (ex-Tad). Finally, there was a touching tribute to the show's late creator, Agnes Nixon as well as an In-Memoriam montage of beloved late AMC actors which brought copious tears to everyone's eyes.
Jonathan Bennett (ex-JR, AMC) & Eden Riegel (ex-Bianca, AMC) appear in the Hallmark movie "Love at First Glance" which begins airing on Valentine’s Day, Tuesday, February 14, 2017, at 8 p.m. ET.
Alicia Minshew (ex-Kendall, AMC) plays Robin Hunter in the indie movie "The Funeral Guest" available on DVD from Amazon on Thursday, January 19. View trailer here!
Jesse McCartney (ex-Junior Chandler, AMC) provides the voice of Dick Grayson, Nightwing, on the animated Sci-Fi series "Young Justice" on the Cartoon Network in which Lacey Chabert (ex-Bianca) plays Zatanna.
John Callahan (ex-Edmund, AMC; ex-Dr. Baker, Days; ex-Leo, GH) stars in "Do It or Die," a psychological thriller released on January 4, 2017, based on the brutal kidnapping of Palm Springs socialite and philanthropist Elaine Chaddick in 1979.
Jonathan Bennett (ex-JR, AMC), Paige Searcy (Jade, Days), Jen Lilley (ex-Theresa, Days; ex-Maxie, GH), & Heather Tom (Katie, B&B; ex-Kelly, OLTL; ex-Victoria, Y&R) co-star in the Lifetime thriller "Mommy, I Didn’t Do It" beginning on Sunday, January 1, 2017, at 8 p.m. ET. This sequel to the highly-rated 2013 TV movie, The Wrong Woman, finds Danica McKellar's Ellen Plainview forced to defend her daughter (Searcy) in court when the young woman is arrested for the murder of one of her teachers. With no experience in criminal law, the single mother seeks help from Ben Saverin (Bennett), a novelist she met earlier when she herself was on trial for a murder she did not commit. Lilley plays prosecutor Kimberly Bains. Watch the trailer here!
Jeff Branson (ex-Jonathan) stars in the Hallmark Channel movie "Christmas in Homestead," beginning on Thursday, November 24, at 8 p.m. ET.
Mark Consuelos (ex-Mateo) stars in the FOX drama series "Pitch" as Oscar Arguella, the general manager of a baseball team that has hired Ginny Baker, the first woman to play in the Major League. The show airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET. 
Tichina Arnold (ex-Sharla, AMC) joined the cast of the new VH-1 scripted hour-long series "Daytime Divas" as Mo Evans.
The first episode of Venice the Series' Season 5 was released on October 15, 2016, starring Michael Sabatino (ex-Dr. Kinder), Cady McClain (ex-Dixie), and many other soap stars. Watch this episode for free now!
Abigail Spencer (ex-Becca) has 4 new movies coming out and stars in "Timeless" Mondays on NBC. She also appears on "Last Call with Carson Daly" Friday, 6/9 (Re-run from 4/28/17) on NBC.
Brian Gaskill (ex-Bobby) plays The Lunatic in the action comedy thriller "Let it Bleed" now available on iTunes, GoodlePlay, & Vudu.
Kelly Overton (ex-Rain) stars in "Van Helsing" Fridays on Syfy.
Blair Underwood (ex-Bobby, OLTL), Micah Alberti (ex-Jamie, AMC), & Kevin Spirtas (ex-Craig, Days) star in the Lifetime movie "Backstabbed," premiering on Saturday, September 3. View the trailer here!
Finn Wittrock (ex-Damon, AMC) joined Ryan Gosling & Emma Stone in the movie "La La Land," a modern take on a Hollywood musical, to be released on December 16, 2016.
Greg Vaughan (ex-Eric, Days; ex-Lucky, GH) Calvin, a married cop, in the OWN series "Queen Sugar," about the estranged Bordelon siblings in Saint Josephine, Louisiana. Dondré Whitfield (ex-Terrence, AMC) plays Remy and True O'Brien (ex-Paige, Days) is Stella. Watch the special two-night premiere on Tuesday & Wednesday, September 6 & 7, at 10 p.m. ET. View the trailer here.
Lamman Rucker (ex-Garrett) stars in the new soap "Greenleaf" on OWN.
Amanda Seyfried (ex-Joni) plays Becky in the new David Lynch "Twin Peaks" to be released on Showtime in April 2017.
Logo Unveils Summer Slate with New Specials, Returning Series and Groundbreaking Documentaries - Kelly Ripa (ex-Hayley) & Mark Consuelos (ex-Mateo) launch the all-new summer block on Monday, May 30 as the executive producers of "Secret Guide To Fabulous: Summer," hosted by curators of taste John Gidding, Ronnie Woo, Theodore Leaf and Rob Younkers.Secret Guide To Fabulous: Summer - Premieres Monday, May 30 at 10:00 PM ET/PT
Executive Producers Kelly Ripa & Mark Consuelos bring you curators of taste John Gidding, Ronnie Woo, Theodore Leaf and Rob Younkers to teach viewers how to beat the heat with the hottest trends for a sexy summer. Our four experts serve up their best tips in design, fashion, food and entertaining to show you how to throw the most elevated summer soiree. This 1-hour special is your one stop shop to get you through summer in the classiest and coolest way. For a sneak peek, click here.
Digital series "The Bay" is moving to Amazon Prime with the “Director's Cut” of 28 remastered episodes with never-before-seen footage in two seasons. In addition, "The Bay" is going back into production with 6 new episodes in May. In the vein of Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," Mayor Jack Madison, played by Nicolas Coster (ex-Steve Andrews, AMC; ex-Anthony Makana, OLTL), will be taken on a journey where he'll reluctantly face his past transgressions. Joining the cast in the role of the mayor's ex-wife and  late mother to son John Blackwell, played by Ronn Moss (ex-Ridge, B&B) is Carolyn Hennesy (Diane, GH).  Brandon Beemer (Shawn, Days; ex-Owen, B&B; ex-Seth, GH) will fill the role of a younger John Blackwell, and Jensen Buchanan (Elise, Y&R; ex-Melissa, GH & PC; ex-Marly, AW; ex-Sarah, OLTL; ex-Vicky, ATWT) plays Melody Garrett circa 1986. Marissa Tait (ex-Rebecca, B&B) joins the cast as Young Katherine Blackwell while Eric Martsolf (Brady, Days; ex-Ethan, Passions) and Abby Wathen (ex-Young Gloria, Y&R; ex-Teen Colby, AMC) return in their roles as Young Lee and Young Sara. More casting news, updates, and previous episodes can be found at www.thebaytheseries.com.
Ricky Paull Goldin (ex-Jake, AMC; ex-Gus, GL) & Michael Murray host The Design Network's new series "Save Our Shed," which helps families turn their ugly storage sheds into something amazing in just 48 hours. It premiered on Tuesday, April 12, and you can watch it on their website by clicking here!
Ruben Santiago-Hudson (ex-Zeke) appears in "Billions" on HBO and "The Quad" on BET.
Dondré Whitfield (ex-Terence Frye, AMC; ex-Jesse Lawrence, AW) plays Remy Newell in the OWN series "Queen Sugar," filming in New Orleans, about a single mother who moves from LA to Louisiana to run a sugar cane farm that she inherits.
Ian Buchanan (Duke, GH; ex-Ian, Days; ex-James, B&B; ex-Greg, AMC; ex-Joshua, PC) began filming the supernatural horror movie "The Temple" in the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan on January 20 and has shared incredible photos.
Josh Duhamel (ex-Leo) has 3 new movies coming out, including the latest "Transformers" movie.
Vincent Irizarry (ex-David Hayward) stars in "Days of Our Lives" as Deimos Kiriakis daily on NBC.
Alicia Minshew (Kendall) stars in the television pilot "Holiday Shelter" as a young widowed teacher with two teenagers who takes in a homeless family during the Christmas holidays following the recent death of her husband. Based on a true story, the dramedy begins shooting on Monday, January 11, in a small-town in New York.
Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan, AMC) & Alison Sweeney (ex-Sami, Days) star in a series of "Murder She Baked" movies for the Hallmark Murder & Mystery Channel about 1 or 2 per year.
Eva La Rue (ex-Maria) does one of the voices in the PBS children's show "Mack & Moxy."
John Wesley Shipp (ex-Carter Jones) has a recurring role on The CW show "Flash" Tuesdays.
Cady McClain (ex-Kelly, Y&R; ex-Dixie, AMC; ex-Rosanna, ATWT), Bryan R. Dattilo (Lucas, Days), Sean Kanan (Deacon, B&B & Y&R; ex-AJ, GH), Melissa Archer (ex-Serena, Days; ex-Natalie, OLTL), & Andrew Trischitta (ex-Jack, OLTL) will appear in the upcoming season of the web soap "Youthful Daze." Dattilo will be playing Eric, Kanan will be cult leader Richie Kingsly, McClain will be Aunt Kathy, Archer will be playing Monica Reynolds, and Trischitta will be Travis. The new season of the show will be available beginning on February 20, 2016 at http://www.youthfuldaze.com/.
Alana De La Garza (ex-Rosa) has a recurring role on "Scorpion" Mondays on CBS and stars in the new "Criminal Minds" spinoff, "Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders" that premieres in March of 2016.
Melissa Leo (ex-Linda) has many new movies coming out and stars in the new Showtime series "I'm Dying Up Here" which debuts in 2017.
Christine Baranski (ex-Jewell) often guest-stars as Dr. Beverly Hofstadter on CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" on Mondays.
Cornelius Smith Jr. (ex-Frankie, AMC) returned in Season 5 of "Scandal" as Marcus Walker.
Sal Stowers (ex-Cassandra) joined Days in the contract role of Lani Price in September, 2015.
Yaya Dacosta (ex-Cassandra) is in the show "Chicago Med" in fall 2015 on NBC. It's a spin-off of "Chicago Fire," where she's been appearing.
Eden Riegel (ex-Bianca) has been cast as Seven in the upcoming web series "Club 5150," which will begin shooting in August.
Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan) is now a full-time correspondent and weekend co-anchor for "Entertainment Tonight." Read more here.
Watch Cameron Mathison renovate his own home with wife Vanessa and cute kids Lucas and Leila here.
Trai Byers (ex-Mookie) stars on "Empire" on FOX as Andre.
Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan, AMC) is the host of a new web series from the W Network, "Game of Homes" in which teams renovate rundown homes for a prize. It premiered online at WNetwork.com on Tuesday, March 17 at 10 p.m. See the trailer here!
Michael B. Jordan (ex-Reggie) has a new movie coming out in 2018, "Black Panther."
Crystal Chappell (Danielle, B&B; ex-Carly, Days; ex-Olivia, GL; ex-Maggie, OLTL), Jessica Leccia (ex-Natalia, GL; ex-Inez, OLTL), Hillary B. Smith (ex-Nora, OLTL; ex-Dr. Barton, B&B; ex-Margo, ATWT), Mark Hapka (ex-Nathan, Days), Dendrie Taylor (ex-Sarah, B&B), Dan Gauthier (ex-Kevin, OLTL & AMC), Robert Gant (David Sherman, Y&R), Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie, Days; ex-JoAnna, Y&R; D.A. Steele, Sunset Beach), & Michael Corbett (ex-David Kimble, Y&R; ex-Brent, OLTL) appear in the 2015 "A Million Happy Nows" about veteran actress Lainey Allen (Chappell) who is tired of being sidelined for younger talent on the soap she has starred in for twenty years. She and her publicist and partner, Eva Morales (Leccia), move to a beach house in Malibu where they struggle to deal with the diagnosis of Lainey's early-onset Alzheimer's.
Charles Parnell (ex-Derek) is a regular on TNT's "The Last Ship" which returns for its fourth season in summer 2017.
Alexandra Daddario (ex-Laurie) has a recurring role on "New Girl" Tuesdays on FOX.
Chrishell Stause (ex-Amanda) and others have joined the cast of the teen-centric web soap "Youthful Daze," which just began its third season. Hearst will debut in early 2015 in what the show describes as a "heavily recurring, mysterious role". In January, Stause will first be seen as Zoey, a spunky and vivacious woman who will come to town with a huge secret.
Mark Consuelos (ex-Mateo) is one of the stars of "Alpha House" on Amazon Prime.
Dondre Whitfield (ex-Terrence, 1991-94) has joined the cast of BET's "Real Husbands of Hollywood," along with Kevin Hart, Boris Kodjoe, Duane Martin, J.B. Smoove, Nick Cannon, & Nelly. The show's fourth season is now in production.
Aiden Turner (ex-Aidan) plays Brad in Tyler Perry's new drama for OWN, "If Loving You Is Wrong." It airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET.
Susan Lucci (ex-Erica) hosts the show "Deadly Affairs" on the Investigation Discovery Channel. More info here!
Eric Nelsen (ex-AJ, AMC) has joined the cast of the web series "The Bay" as Daniel Garrett, a young relative who's yet to prove if he's friend or foe.
Kim Delaney (ex-Jenny) & Paige Turco (ex-Lainie) will both be appearing in the mini-series "Grant VS. Lee" in 2015. No word yet on where or when it will air. More info at http://www.toappomattox.com/
Paige Turco (ex-Lanie) stars in The CW series "The 100."
Alicia Minshew (ex-Kendall) and Ricky Paull Goldin (ex-Jake) have joined the political web series "Beacon Hill." The first episode was available at http://beaconhilltheseries.com/ on Wednesday March 5.
Aussie Murray Bartlett (ex-Cyrus, GL; ex-Julian, AMC) and Jonathan Groff (ex-Henry, OLTL) have the lead roles in "Looking" an HBO dramedy about a trio of gay friends living in San Francisco. It was canceled but will come back for one more finale.
McKenzie Westmore (ex-Dr. Sinclair) hosts Syfy's makeup competition series "Face Off," airing Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET.
Bobbie Eakes (ex-Krystal), Terri Ivens (ex-Simone), Alicia Minshew (ex-Kendall), Michael Lowry (ex-Jake), Walt Willey (ex-Jack), Larkin Malloy (ex-Travis), Grant Aleksander (ex-Ale) and other soap stars appear in the web series "Tainted Dreams." Click here to watch the first three episodes!
Daniel Cosgrove (ex-Scott, AMC; ex-Chris, ATWT; ex-Bill, GL) has joined the cast of "Days of Our Lives" as Aiden.
Jonathan Bennett (ex-JR) hosts MTV's Karaoke singing competition, "Copycat."
Robert Clohessy (ex-Doug) has a recurring role on "Blue Bloods" on Fridays on CBS.
Lacey Chabert (ex-Bianca) plays Dr. Amy Shaw on ABC Family's "Baby Daddy."
"The Bay: The Series" returned with a new chapter on Thursday, December 5 when two new installments streamed back to back. Two more installments will stream on Thursday, December 12 & 19, then an uninterrupted one-hour TV pilot on Thursday, December 26. The show features returning favorites Mary Beth Evans (Kayla, Days; ex-Sierra, ATWT; ex-Katherine, GH), Tristan Rogers (Robert, GH; ex-Colin, Y&R; ex-Hunter, B&B), Matthew Ashford (ex-Jack, Days; ex-Tom Hardy, GH; ex-Drew, OLTL), Nicolas Coster (ex-Steve, AMC; ex-Anthony, OLTL; ex-John/Eduardo, ATWT), Jackie Zeman (Bobbie, GH; ex-Lana, OLTL), Lilly Melgar (ex-Lily, GH; ex-Claudia, B&B), and many more. Read more here!
Thorsten Kaye (Zach) plays Ridge Forrester on  "The Bold & The Beautiful" weekdays on CBS.
JR Martinez (ex-Brot, AMC) and Texas Battle (Marcus, B&B) co-star on the new syndicated TV series "SAF3" (pronounced "safe") which can be seen in syndication (check your loca listings). JR will be playing Alfonso Rivera, a Los Angeles paramedic firefighter and member of the US Air Force Pararescue team. "SAF3" chronicles the adventures of an elite division of the Malibu Fire Department. See trailer featuring JR here!
Larry Pine (ex-Barry) appears in the Netflix mini-series "House of Cards".
Ian Buchanan (ex-Greg) and Thom Bierdz (ex-Phillip, Y&R) appear as Christoph & Bobby in the web comedy "Old Dogs & New Tricks." Check them out here!
Bobbie Eakes (ex-Krystal) stars on the second season of the Web comedy "Fumbling Thru the Pieces" as Janice, which also features Hillary B. Smith (Stacy, B&B; ex-Nora, OLTL) as Ellie. Watch Season Two episodes here. 
Brittany Allen (ex-Marissa) has many new movies coming out this year.
Winsor Harmon (ex-Del) is one of the many soap stars in the web series "The Team". He also plays Thorne on "The Bold & The Beautiful" weekdays on CBS.
Réal Andrews (ex-Officer Trumbull) stars in his show "The Real Catch" on WFN, as well as on web series "The Bay".
Jacob Young (ex-J.R) has returned to CBS weekdays on "The Bold & The Beautiful" as Rick Forrester, a role he played from 1997-99.
Amanda Seyfried (ex-Joni) is now a very successful film actress; she has 7 new movies coming out in the next year or so.
Kelli Giddish (ex-Di) stars in "Law & Order: SVU" on NBC.
David Rasche (ex-Robert) has a recurring role on "Veep" on HBO and appears in the series "Impastor" on TVLAND.
John Callahan (ex-Edmund) and many other former daytime favorites star in the web soap "The Bay" at www.thebaytheseries.com.
Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan) has been a correspondent for "Good Morning, America" since January, 2009. 
(ex-Richie) plays Jason; Rebecca Budig (ex-Greenlee) plays Hayden; Maurice Benard (ex-Nico) plays Sonny, and William deVry (ex-Michael) plays Julian, on "General Hospital" weekdays on ABC. Also, Robin Mattson (ex-Janet) sometimes appears as Heather.
On "The Young & The Restless," Melissa Claire Egan (ex-Annie) plays Chelsea; Peter Bergman (ex-Cliff) plays Jack; and Amelia Heinle (ex-Mia) plays Victoria, weekdays on CBS.
Kelly Ripa (ex-Hayley) co-hosts the ABC morning talk show "Live With Kelly."

Click on the links below to see where your favorite AMC stars might be appearing elsewhere on TV!

Julia Barr (Brooke)

Mischa Barton (ex-Lily)

Jennifer Bassey (Marian)

Maurice Benard (ex-Nico)

Matt Borlenghi (ex-Brian)

Jeff Branson (ex-Jonathan)

Justin Bruening (ex-Jamie)

James Callahan (ex-Edmund)

David Canary (Adam/Stuart)

Jeffrey Carlson (ex-Zoe/Zarf)

Lacey Chabert (ex-Bianca)

Natalie Cigliuti (ex-Anita)

Keith Hamilton Cobb (ex-Noah)

Bobbie Eakes (ex-Krystal)

Melissa Claire Egan (ex-Annie)

Linda Dano (ex-Rae)

Kim Delaney (ex-Jenny)

Colin Egglesfield (ex-Josh)

Genie Francis (ex-Ceara)

Kelli Giddish (ex-Di)

Ronald Guttman (ex-Alex)

Richard Hatch (ex-Phillip)

Alexa Havins (ex-Babe)

Amelia Heinle (ex-Mia)

Lauren Holly (ex-Julie)

Terri Ivens (ex-Simone)

John James (ex-Jeff)

Vincent Irizarry (David)

Thorsten Kaye (Zach)

Christopher Lawford (ex-Charlie)

Michael E. Knight (ex-Tad)

Eva LaRue (ex-Maria)

Jill Larson (Opal)

Susan Lucci (ex-Erica)

Ray MacDonnell (Joe)

Forbes March (ex-Scott)

Rudolf Martin (ex-Anton)

Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan)

Robin Mattson (ex-Janet)

Cady McClain (Dixie)

Malachy McCourt (ex-Father Clarence)

Anne Meara (ex-Peggy)

Lee Meriwether (ex-Ruth)

Alicia Minshew (ex-Kendall)

Debbie Morgan (Angie)

Alec Musser (ex-Del)

Michael Nader (ex-Dimitri)

Kathleen Noone (ex-Ellen)

Charles Parnell (ex-Derek)

J. Eddie Peck (ex-Jake)

Sydney Penny (ex-Julia)

Tonya Pinkins (ex-Livia)

Leven Rambin (ex-Lily)

Eden Riegel (Bianca)

Jack Scalia (ex-Chris)

Chrishell Stause (ex-Amanda)

Paige Turco (ex-Lainie)

Aiden Turner (ex-Aidan)

Hunter Tylo (ex-Robin)

Liz Vassey (ex-Emily Ann)

Walt Willey (ex-Jack)

Tom Wopat (ex-Hank)

Jacob Young (ex-J.R.)


Check out our other appearances pages for AMC Live, ATWT, AW, B&B, Days, Days Live, GH, GH Live, GL, Loving/The City, OLTL, Passions, PC, SuBe, & Y&R.

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