Mark Valley (ex-Jack) appears
this season on "Feud" on FX. He stars in "Famous in Love" on Freeform starting
in April.Lisa Rinna (ex-Billie) appears on "Live with Kelly" Wednesday,
3/22.Kyle Lowder (ex-Brady) stars in
Pepper national commercials as "CraveRider," a souped-up Dr. Pepper delivery
guy, who steers his jet ski through people's homes and other unexpected locations.
Marci Miller (Abigail) appears in these new movies, currently streaming on
Netflix: MOST LIKELY TO DIE; DEATH RACE 2050 and AMERICAN FABLE. Later this
year, CHILDREN OF THE CORN:RUNAWAY will come out on DVD and streaming.All of
the "Murder She Baked" Series starring Alison Sweeney (ex-Sami) will be showing
on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel Sunday, 3/26 starting at 12 pm central
time. Two of her other movies will also be showing: The Irresistible
Blueberry Farm - 3/ 28 at 4:00pm/ 5:00 eastern and Second Chances- 3/29 at
6:00pm / 7:00 easternJen Lilley (ex-Theresa) appears in "A Dash of Love"-
3/26 at 6:00pm/ 7:00 eastern on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel.
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
of beloved late AMC actors which brought copious tears to everyone's eyes.Eric Winter (ex-Rex) has a recurring role on "Rosewood" Fridays on FOX.Alison Sweeney (ex-Sami, Days)
hoara "Kids Sweets Showdown" on Food Network.Daniel Cosgrove
(ex-Aiden) guest-stars on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" Wednesday 2/8 on
Crystal Chappell's (ex-Carly, Days) production company released the first episode of Venice the Series' Season
5 on October 15, 2016, starring
Nadia Bjorlin (Chloe), Chappell's real-life husband Michael Sabatino (ex-Lawrence), Shawn Christian (ex-Daniel), Wes
Ramsey (ex-Owen), and many other soap stars.
Watch this episode for free now!
Greg Vaughan (ex-Eric, Days; ex-Lucky, GH) plays 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.
Alisha Boe (ex-Daphne) is one of the stars of the Netflix series "13 Reasons
Why". Camila Banus (Gabi, Days) appears in three upcoming feature films: "Almost
Amazing," "Marigold The Matador," and "Speak Now."
Martha Madison (Belle, Days; ex-Elizabeth, GH; ex-Lola, Passions) has a
recurring role on Amazon's dark comedy "One Mississippi" loosely based on Tig
Notaro's life. 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
Kyle Lowder (ex-Brady, Days; ex-Rick, B&B) plays Det. Shawn Daniels in
"Ladies of the Lake," a new digital series written by Ken Corday, Days' Executive
Producer, which centers around the murders surrounding the rich and powerful
women of the Avalon gated community.Brant Daugherty (ex-Brian, Days) will appear in "Fifty Shades Freed," the
third installment in the "Fifty Shades of Grey" franchise, which will be
released on February 9, 2018. He will play Luke Sawyer, the bodyguard
Christian employs to look after Anastasia. The second installment, "Fifty
Shades Darker," is set for release on February 10, 2017.
Maree Cheatham (ex-Charlene, GH; ex-Marie, Days) joined Tyler Perry’s "The
Haves and the Have Nots on OWN as Pearl.
Vivica Fox (ex-Carmen) stars in her own reality series "Vivica's Black Magic" on
Eva Longoria (ex-Isabella, Y&R) & Eric Winter (ex-Rex, Days) are executive
producers of a new project for NBC called "Zone of Silence" based on a
phenomenon/urban myth in the Mapimí desert area of Mexico where radio signals
supposedly don't travel, making for a total communications blackout. Click
here for more details.
Bryan R. Dattilo (Lucas, Days), Sean Kanan (Deacon, B&B & Y&R; ex-AJ, GH),
Cady McClain (ex-Kelly, Y&R; ex-Dixie, AMC; ex-Rosanna, ATWT), 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/.Bravo's dramedy "Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce" has cast Mark Valley
(ex-Jack, Days; ex-Father Pete, AW) as a a charming TV personality named Dr.
Harris, who will pursue Lisa throughout the second season, which returns
Tuesday, December 1, 2015.
Twins Aaron & Grffin Kunitz (ex-Johnny) play Max in Netflix's "Fuller
Roark Critchlow (ex-Mike) appears in "Rio Heat," which will be both a
movie and a TV series in 2016. It stars Harvey Keitel and
Victor Webster (ex-Nicholas). No word yet on which channel it will be
Alicia Leigh Willis (ex-Courtney, GH; ex-Debra, Days) plays the lead role in
"Dangerous Company," a new thriller available now on Digital HD and On Demand.
out the trailer here!
Tracy Middendorf (ex-Carrie) appears in "Scream" on MTV.
Aloma Wright (Maxine) plays legal secretary Gretchen Bodinski
on USA Network's "Suits".Terrell Tilford
(ex-Bob) has a recurring role as Barton on "The Young & The Restless" weekdays
on CBS. Charlotte Ross (ex-Eve)
has a recurring role as Felicity's mother, Donna, on "Arrow," Wednesdays on The
CW.Kevin Spirtas (ex-Craig, Days) stars as Dominic Delacort in the web soap
Bren Foster (ex-Quinn Hudson) recurs in a new role on TNT's "The Last Ship"
which returns for its fourth season in summer 2017.
Eileen Davidson (Kristen) & Lisa Rinna
(ex-Billie) star in Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
Rick Hearst (ex-Scotty) and Chrishell Stause (ex-Jordan) 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. The series co-stars Jen Lilley
(Theresa) and other soap stars.
Shelley Hennig (ex-Stephanie) stars in "Teen Wolf" on MTV as Malia
Tate. The series returns in the summer for its final 10 episodes. Patrika Darbo (ex-Nancy) will run Patrick's Roadhouse on
"The Bay: The Series" when it
returns with a new chapter on Thursday, May 1. The show will also feature Judi
Evans (Adrienne) as Katherine Blackwell.
Sarah Joy Brown (ex-Madison) appears in the political web series "Beacon Hill."
View it at http://beaconhilltheseries.com. The cast also includes Crystal Chappell
(ex-Carly) and Louise Sorel (ex-Vivian).Natalia Livingston
(ex-Taylor) and other soap stars appear
in the web series
here to watch the first three episodes!Darin Brooks (ex-Max)
plays Wyatt Fuller in CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful."Thom Bierdz (ex-Phillip, Y&R) and
Ian Buchanan (Duke, GH;
ex-Ian, Days; ex-James, B&B; ex-Greg, AMC; ex-Joshua, PC) appear as Bobby and
Christoph in the web
comedy "Old Dogs & New Tricks."
Check them out here!Austin Peck (ex-Austin) has joined the cast of the web series "Tainted
Dreams," the new, scripted "soap within a soap" from NYC Brand Productions which
will begin filming in May. He will play Max, who is described as a "sexy,
self-absorbed, womanizing, soap star" in the series that will also feature
other soap stars. For more, go to
http://nycbrandproductions.com/projects/tainted-dreams/.Crystal Chappell (ex-Carly) stars in the new web soap "The Inn"
http://www.theinnseries.comPeter Reckell (ex-Bo) and
(Daniel) have joined the cast of the web series
Venice. Peter Reckell plays a different role
while Shawn Christian will be working with the character of Guya.
Crystal Chappell (Carly; ex-Olivia, GL; ex-Maggie, OLTL) produces and stars in a web series
named "Venice," which premiered in December 2009. Many other soap stars are in
the cast as well. Go to
http://www.venicetheseries.com/ for more information.Brody Hutzler (ex-Patrick)
plays Kenneth Allen on "The Bay."
Jensen Ackles (ex-Eric) stars as Dean Winchester in the CW's Supernatural. Watch full episodes on
The CW's website.