Mario Lopez is exiting "Extra'" after more than a decade as the show's host in order to join the "Access Hollywood" family as host alongside Kit Hoover and Scott Evans.
Watch "General Hospital" star Max Gail (Mike Corbin) take home the gold during "The 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards."
“Oh, brother!” is an apt description for last night’s episode of “The Tonight Show,” in which former “One Life to Live” star Scott Evans (ex-Oliver Fish) and his older bro, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” star Chris Evans, shared some of their most hilarious childhood memories. The two played “The Sibling-wed Game” — a brother-oriented version of “The Newlywed” game — where each tried their best to guess the funniest, most over-the-top moments from their childhood. And boy, oh boy, do the siblings have some insanely funny moments from their past! Click on the jump to see them discuss some of their outrageous pranks and stories with host Jimmy Fallon. But be warned: Your abs will hurt from all the laughing!
Remember “One Life to Live’s” Scott Evans (ex-Oliver Fish, and the brother of “Captain America’s” Chris Evans)? Remember how he was arrested last year for possession of a controlled substance after he tried to buy cocaine from an undercover officer? Well... he’s now officially off the hook for the unfortunate mistake!
Scott Evans, who played Oliver Fish on "One Life to Live," has pleaded guilty to attempted cocaine possession. From 2008-10 Evans was one half of the show's popular, yet controversial gay couple nicknamed "Kish," which also featured Brett Claywell as Fish's love interest Kyle Lewis. However, according to TMZ, Evans isn't expected to serve any jail time.
From "Cold Spring" to "Prosecuting Casey Anthony," former soap stars Marisa Ramirez ("General Hospital"), Sam Page ("All My Children"), Patrick Muldoon ("Days of our Lives," "Melrose Place"), Aiden Turner ("All My Children"), Elizabeth Rohm ("One Life to Live"), Sean Patrick Flannery ("The Young and the Restless") and Scott Evans ("One Life to Live") will grace the Lifetime movie screens this month as the group of actors help tell the networks tradition of stories involving stalkings, affairs and murder.