Friday, August 7, 2009 3:16 AM ET | By Scotty Gore
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “One Life to Live‘s” popular husband and wife duo team up to star in an infomercial for TimeLife’s the “Power of Love” ultimate CD collection.
In a message posted Wednesday afternoon on her Twitter page, Kassie DePaiva revealed that she and her husband were in the process of shooting a new infomercial for TimeLife. The eight CD compilation, called the “Power of Love,” is set to be released sometime in October, and will feature classic love songs from the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s.
Kassie DePaiva has portrayed Blair Cramer on “One Life to Live” since 1993, when she replaced Asian-American actress Mia Korf. Prior to her stint in Llanview, she Chelsea Reardon on “Guiding Light” from 1986-1991.
James DePaiva played Max Holden on “OLTL” from 1987-1990 and again from 1991-2003. He returned briefly in August of 2007, for the soap’s 10,000th episode. In addition, he has also directed episodes of “One Life to Live” and “As the World Turns.”
Married since 1996, the DePaiva’s have one son, James Quentin (JQ) DePaiva, who was born hearing impaired and had implants before his first birthday. In 2007, JQ appeared in an episode of “All My Children” as a guest on Erica Kane’s talk show, in hopes it would convince her daughter Kendall to comes to terms with her son Spike’s hearing loss. James DePaiva also has a daughter from a previous marriage.
Founded in 1961 as the book division of Time Inc., TimeLife is among the world’s largest distributors of books, CDs, DVDs, and various other multimedia products. In 2003 the company was purchased by Direct Holdings US Corp. TimeLife takes it name from Time Inc.’s two most popular magazines Time and Life. For more information about TimeLife, click here.
The “Power of Love” TimeLife infomercial featuring the DePaivas will air beginning in October on television stations around the country. Check your local listings for the time and channel in your area.
“One Life to Live” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings.