With Lindsay Hartley, Vincent Irizarry, Debbi Morgan and Darnell Williams now all said to have been confirmed in joining the cast of an online version of “All My Children” later this year, and actress Alicia Minshew revealing she has been approached by Prospect Park, which plans to re-reboot the series later this year after a failed attempt back in 2011, it’s only a matter of time before we learn who else will or will not be following the soap online.
While he does not say whether he has or has not been approached by Prospect Park this time around, as he had been back in 2011 when he was one of the first to sign on, Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan Lavery) posted a message to his fans on Twitter today expressing his happiness in “AMC” and “One Life to Live” moving forward. “I’m thrilled for ‘All My Children’ & ‘OLTL’ fans that the shows seem to b making a comeback online. Nice job guys:)” said Mathison. He continued his message with the statement, “4 those asking, I’m not sure if I’ll be part of the new AMC. I’m lucky to be working these days, so I’m working on the scheduling:) Hope so!”
Stephanie Gatschet, who portrayed Mathison’s former on screen lady love Madison North on the soap, said to her followers on Saturday, January 5, “If Prospect Park wants me, of course I’m in!!! We’ll see… #AMC.”