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Pacific Palisades News and Information
"Pacific Palisades" News and Information
UPDATE ON THE ACTORS--
(Kate) stars daily on General Hospital
on ABC. She appears Tuesday, 7/20 on "Live with Kelly and Ryan". She
also hosts a Zoom show Sunday, September 12. For pricing and more info, go
Dylan Neal (Cory) has been
working steadily for many years, especially on the Hallmark Channel.
Michelle Stafford (Joanna)
stars in "The Young and The Restless" daily on CBS.
Collins (Christina) appears in the upcoming series "Glow & Darkness"
and has a few movies coming out.
Greg Evigan (Robert) does a lot of TV movies and guest-starring roles.
He has a recurring role on "General
Hospital" daily on ABC.
J.H. Wyman (Cory) is a successful TV writer and producer. He recently
created "Debris" on NBC.
Dirk Blocker (Chuck) was one of the stars of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" on
Fox and then NBC.
Barbara Niven (Evelyn) appears in "Chesapeake Shores" on the
Hallmark Channel and in many Hallmark movies as well.
Shawn Christian (Quinn) has a few movies coming out.
Mimi Kennedy (Amy) appeared regularly on "Mom" on CBS and has a few
movies coming out.
Linda Cardellini (Sara) stars in "Dead to Me" on Netflix and
in "Muppets Now" on Disney+.
Most of the other regulars seem to have retired from acting.
ABOUT THE SHOW
Similar to Aaron Spelling's "Beverly Hills 90210", this show was about
some mid-westerners who move to California and find out how different it is.
Unlike 90210, this show focused on young married couples in the suburbs.
Like the later show "Desperate Housewives", everyone in the show had
secrets to hide, despite their normal exteriors. The show was well-written
and fast-paced, and the actors were mostly from soap operas, both daytime
Aaron Spelling, E. Duke Vincent and the rest of the producers did many
other great primetime shows, including "Charmed".
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