Farah Fath Says ‘No’ to Online Version of ‘One Life to Live’

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In a follow up to our report on Farah Fath commenting to her followers, “you won’t get any Prospect Park answers out of me. I’ll believe it when I see it,” the actress has revealed that she won’t be appearing on “One Life to Live” when it moves to the web later this year.

In response to tweeter @ErinArvin, who asked, “can we expect Rex and Gigi on OLTL online?” Fath responded with a short, sweet and simple “No.” It remains unclear if Fath was speaking of just herself and John-Paul Lavoisier (who portrayed Rex Buchanan) and/or the characters they portrayed on the series as well. Even with actors as popular as Fath and Lavoisier were, soaps have a tradition of recasting roles at the drop of a hat, so it wouldn’t be out of the realm of possibility to see the characters of Rex and Gigi return to the soap, now under the penmanship of Susan Bedsow Horgan and Thom Racina. Stay tuned!

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