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The latest cast changes and other odds and ends for "One Life to Live."

If you watched yesterday's (August 30) episode of "One Life to Live" you likely heard Kristen Alderson's (Starr) singing during the montage at the end of the episode where Victor Lord, Jr. (Trevor St. John) was gunned down by an unknown assailant. And if you liked the song you are in luck, it will soon be available for fans to download.

Saundra Santiago becomes the latest "One Life to Live" seldom used recurring cast member to finally getting some much needed screen time when her onscreen persona, Carlotta Vega, interacts with a familiar face at the family diner, and a few other new and familiar faces pop up in Llanview.

Less than a week after first breaking the news that Barret Helms had wrapped up filming on "One Life to Live," Soap Opera Network can now confirm the actor's final airdate as Tomas Delgado's (Ted King) long-lost son Baz Moreau.

You've likely heard of the big September returns like Erin Torpey, Andrea Evans and John Loprieno, but they aren't the only familiar faces coming back to "One Life to Live" in the coming weeks. A few other minor, but noteworthy characters will also be making appearances as summer turns into fall.

Yesterday, we reported that Barret Helms was out as Baz on ABC's "One Life to Live," now we can also confirm that Nafessa Williams is also out as Deanne Forbes on the drama series.
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After learning he was joining the cast of "One Life to Live" in the contract role of Baz on the same day the show was canceled back on April 14, Soap Opera Network can confirm that actor Barret Helms is no longer with the show.

Llanview loses a Todd, Dorian moves on to a higher calling, Kelly makes her next move, and other casting changes for the month of August.

It appears that not even death can keep Gigi Morasco (Farah Fath) away from Llanview and her beloved Rex (John-Paul Lavoisier). Fath revealed recently that, even after her character's demise, "I can't say that I'm 100% done with the show." True to her word, the actress brings Gigi back to "Life" in the coming weeks when Rex needs her the most. But is it really her spirit that is seeing, or simply a product of his grieving, overactive imagination?
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"One Life to Live" releases a new audition script for the contract role of "Lily" and other casting odd and ends and behind-the-scenes summer tidbits.