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With today's news that Prospect Park has officially begun making offers to actors in hopes of them joining "All My Children" 2.0 in time for its January 2012 debut, it's only fitting to get an insiders perspective on the innerworkings of a canceled soap opera. Cameron Mathison, who portrays the role of Ryan Lavery on the soap, spoke with Soap Opera Network during the "All My Children" Fan Club Weekend and he shed some light on Prospect Park, being a contributor on "Good Morning America" and even dancing on "Dancing with the Stars."
"All My Children" is scheduled to last air on ABC on Friday, September 23. Although "AMC" and "One Life to Live" are slated to go on in a different format thanks to a licensing deal between ABC and production company Prospect Park, several events have been organized to assist the actors and viewers in saying good-bye to "AMC" in the format fans have come to know and love it in for the first 41-years of its existence. These events will be held on the East Coast where the soap was produced for four decades before being moved to Los Angeles in January 2010.
Esta TerBlanche and Shannon Kane will both return to "All My Children" later this summer. Kane, a rising film star, will reprise the role of Jesse Hubbard's (Darnell Williams) daughter, Det. Natalia Fowler, beginning on Friday, August 26. 38-year old South African beauty, TerBlanche reprises the role of the love of Ryan Lavery's (Cameron Mathison) life Princess Gillian Andrassy beginning on a date yet to be announced by the ABC soap.
"One Life to Live's" Robert S. Woods (Bo) will be among those honored at HeartShare Human Services of New York's Annual Spring Gala on Thursday, March 24. Woods will be honored withThe Linda Dano Heart Award for his support of the organization, which is "dedicated to improving the lives of people in need of special services and support."
Just days before next cycle's "Dancing with the Stars" cast is announced during Monday's episode of ABC's "Bachelor Pad," comes word that actor Jack Wagner, who portrays Nick Marone on CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful," is rumored to be joining the cast in the upcoming 11th season of the hit ABC reality-competition series.