(ex-Rafe) stars in a new movie, "A Bachelor's Valentine."
More It premieres in January.
See the new trailer!
According to Soap Opera Digest's 2/14 issue, Ian Buchanan (ex-Joshua), Kin
Shriner (Scott) and others appear in a series of short form YouTube videos
that are supposed to be behind-the-scenes of a fictional soap called "THIS
SHOW SUCKS: Truth + Consequences." Jim Warren, who is most known for
photographing soap stars, is the brain behind the series. You can find the
(Rafe) was in a play in NYC and caught COVID. We wish him a speedy
Jay Pickett (Frank) passed away
SID: Happy Anniversary to Port Charles! 23 years since it started!
ABC will air a special, "Story of the Soaps," May
Chat today, Friday, 4/24 11am Pacific Time with Jon
Lindstrom (Kevin/Ryan), his wife Cady McClain (Dixie, AMC)
and her former co-star Michael E. Knight (Tad, AMC)!
In the July 8 issue of Soap Opera Digest, Linda Dano (ex-Rae)
is featured in a short interview.
Jon Lindstrom (Kevin, now on GH) was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.
Don't miss the Daytime Emmys,
streaming online Sunday, May 5, at 8 p.m. ET.
Everything you need to know about this year's Daytime Emmys!
Soap Vet Jed Allan (ex-Ed) Passed Away
this on Instagram about Jed Allan, along with a video
clip from PC: Jed Allan passed away
yesterday...he was the best acting partner and working with
him let me live the dream of feeling like I was in an old
classic fantasy movie about angels and their boss in heaven.
He was perfect...I only hope heaven is real and maybe we can
catch up someday, and have a laugh that we are back where we
started... much love and condolences to your friends and
See Brian Gaskill (ex-Rafe)'s Donald Trump imitation!
Jensen Buchanan (ex-Elise, Y&R; ex-Marley/Vicky, AW & ATWT; ex-Sarah, OLTL;
ex-Melissa, GH & PC) was arrested for driving under the influence on the
morning of May 18, 2016, when her black 2016 Mercedes drifted across a
double yellow line and slammed into a 2014 Ford C-Max at 6:20 a.m. in
Buellton, near Santa Barbara. While her injuries were considered minor, the
other driver was treated for "major injuries" at Cottage Hospital.
"Ladies of the Lake," the new digital series based on the
novel by Days' Executive Producer Ken Corday, has announced
its cast. Kyle Lowder (ex-Brady, Days; ex-Rick, B&B),
Arianne Zucker (Nicole, Days), John-Paul Lavoisier (Philip,
Days; ex-Rex, OLTL), Martha Madison (Belle, Days;
ex-Elizabeth, GH; ex-Lola, Passions), Wally Kurth (Justin,
Days; Ned, GH), Marie Wilson (Summer, Days; ex-Meg, ATWT;
ex-Karen, PC & GH), Gordon Thomson (ex-Walter, Days;
ex-Freeman, Passions; ex-AJ, Sunset Beach; ex-Adam,
Dynasty), John Callahan (ex-Edmund, AMC; ex-Dr. Baker, Days;
ex-Leo, GH), Patrika Darbo (ex-Nancy, Days), Lilly Melgar
(ex-Lily, GH; ex-Claudia, B&B), Jessica Morris (ex-Jennifer,
OLTL) & Jillian Clare (ex-Abby, Days) will appear in the new
soap from Michael Caruso.
On Saturday, September 26, 2015, Brian Gaskill (ex-Rafe,
PC) and his girlfriend, Ambika Leigh were sitting at a red
light in LA when a car in a high-speed chase crashed
into them and totaled their Mercedes-Benz. They were not
See the video here!
Michael Easton (Silas, GH; ex-McBain, OLTL; ex-Caleb, PC; ex-Tanner, Days)
has written the graphic novel "Credence: Lose This Skin."
Check out the trailer
On July 2, 2015, Michael Easton's (Silas, GH; ex-McBain,
OLTL; ex-Caleb, PC; ex-Tanner, Days) short film
"Ultraviolent," which he directed and produced, starring
Trevor St. John (ex-Victor, OLTL), won the "Best of Show"
Award in The Best Shorts Competition which recognizes film,
television, videography and new media professionals who
demonstrate exceptional achievement in craft and creativity.
Brian Gaskill (ex-Rafe) wrote a play that will be performed on Friday, June 19,
2015, at the TinyRhino theater company, 1018 S Santa Fe Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
90021. Click here for more info.
Kimberlin Brown (ex-Rachel) talks about what she does now with
her life, now that she's no longer acting on soaps.
Charles Keating, who won an Emmy for his portrayal of
villain Carl Hutchins in 1966, died at 72 on August 9, 2014.
He also played James Ritchfield on PC, Niles Mason on ATWT,
and Damon Lazarre on AMC.