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Ok, all you Roger Howarth (Todd Manning) fans: There may be a lot of brouhaha surrounding the beloved soap star’s status with “General Hospital” at the moment, but you can breath a sigh of relief when it comes to “One Life to Live”: He’s definitely making an appearance in Llanview, and here are the new photos to prove it!

FIRST LOOK: Jeffrey King on ‘One Life to Live’

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Monday, March 18, 2013 11:20 PM EDT
Earlier this evening Corbin Bleu (Jeffrey King) tweeted to his more than 980,000 followers, "If @onelifetolive gets 5,000 followers today, we'll tweet out a picture of me on my first day on set!" Soon afterward the series reached its goal and then some (total stands at 5,170 as of this writing). As a result, "One Life to Live" kept its promise when it tweeted out a pic of Bleu with his character holding his cell phone (see image on the right).

Corbin Bleu on Joining Cast of ‘One Life to Live’

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Thursday, March 14, 2013 1:46 PM EDT
As previously reported, singer/actor Corbin Bleu has joined the cast of TOLN's "One Life to Live" in the contract role of Jeffrey King. The actor released the following statement to his 338,000+ Facebook followers:"I'm very excited about joining the "One Life to Live' family and beginning a new chapter in the shows long history. I can't wait to meet the entire talented cast & crew and begin filming at 'One Life to Live."
TOLN's "One Life to Live" announced today that "High School Musical" star Corbin Bleu (as Chad Danforth) has joined its cast in the contract role of Jeffrey King. The character is described as a " brilliant young reporter who moves to Llanview to work for publisher, Victoria Lord (Erica Slezak) at Llanview’s newspaper, The Banner." Soap Opera Network first brought you word on the character being part of the Banner family back on February 19. According to TOLN, the character is a friend of Matthew Buchanan (Robert Gorrie) and Danielle Manning (Kelley Missal).

Soaps Get Coal for Christmas

Sunday, December 24, 2006 10:22 PM EDT
ABC, CBS, and NBC are not in the the mood to show you the fantasy of daytime drama on Christmas day. The networks have decided to ignore it's female demographic, and go after the men and children in the house courtesy of Christmas specials and sports, sports and more sports.