Two years after they were last seen in Llanview, Kathy Brier and Chris Stack are set to reprise the roles of Marcie and Michael McBain in the coming weeks as "One Life to Live" winds down production on its television run before transitioning to online-only distribution early next year.
Former "One Life to Live" star Brian Kerwin (ex-Charlie) has returned to his theater roots. Now through November 6, the actor will star in L.A. premiere of "The Tragedy of the Commons."
With nine of her co-stars already signed on to continue with "One Life to Live" when it moves to online production with Prospect Park early next year, fans have been wondering if Hillary B. Smith (Nora) might follow suit. However, the "One Life" vet notes that "things are up in the air" regarding her future with the soap.
You can expect to see at least two reality shows stars guest this fall on "The Bold and the Beautiful".
National Board of Directors for AFTRA Meet for Final Time in 2011; Prospect Park Topic of Discussion
The final meeting of the year for the National Board of Directors of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) took place today via video conferences in New York and Los Angeles and one of the key topics of discussion effects Prospect Park and television network contracts including those surrounding daytime soaps.
Sometimes you can't be two places at once. Thankfully, there are people willing to lend a hand. Professional photographer and sometimes writer Thomas Montalto was on hand for the annual Absolute Eden Riegel fan event last month and helped Soap Opera Network cover the event with pictures (see below) and even an interview. Unfortunately, just after this interview took place we would learn that Riegel was being let go from her contract role as Heather Stevens on "The Young and the Restless" before the actress was even told! Twitter broke the story to the actress before she was told by her bosses. In light of the actress completing filming at the CBS soap on Thursday, September 29, Soap Opera Network presents to you one of Riegel's last interviews before she marks her grand exit from Genoa City in the coming weeks.