Remembering the life of daytime legend Kristoff St. John one year after “The Young and the Restless” actor’s passing.
Shemar Moore posts emotional video dedicated to the late Kristoff St. John wherein he details how the actor helped him jumpstart a successful career.
Sneak Peek at actors from CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” appearing on the Friday, April 26 edition of “The Talk.”
American Express is suing the estate of the late Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters, “The Young and the Restless”) over unpaid credit card bill.
CBS Daytime to feature title cards at the end of each show’s broadcast honoring the life of the late Kristoff St. John. (Neil Winters, “The Young and the Restless”).
CBS details how it plans to honor the life of Kristoff St. John and his beloved character, Neil Winters, from “The Young and the Restless.”
“The Talk” to host actors from “The Young and the Restless” in honor of the life of Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters), who died in February.
Lifetime dates “Pride & Prejudice: Atlanta,” starring Reginald VelJohnson (“Family Matters”), Jackée Harry (“Sister, Sister”) and Victoria Rowell (“The Young and the Restless”).
Eileen Davidson will once again reprise her role as Ashley Abbott on “The Young and the Restless” next month as the show gears up to honor the life of Kristoff St. John and his character, Neil Winters. She’ll appear in both the on-air tribute and in story.
Shemar Moore, Mishael Morgan and Victoria Rowell arent’ the only ones returning to pay their respects to Kristoff St. John and his character, Neil Winters, on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless.” Find out who else is returning, and who isn’t.
Shemar Moore, Mishael Morgan and Victoria Rowell are returning to “The Young and the Restless” for special tribute episodes dedicated to the life of Kristoff St. John and his iconic character, Neil Winters.
The rich will be getting even more ruthless as UMC has renewed the Victoria Rowell (ex-Drucilla Winters, “The Young and the Restless”) created “The Rich and the Ruthless” for a second season.
Nearly four years since launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund a pilot episode of “The Rich and the Ruthless,” loosely based on her novels “Secrets of a Soap Opera Diva” and “The Young and the Ruthless,” actress Victoria Rowell (ex-Drucilla Winters, “The Young and the Restless”) will finally see her vision come to life as a six-part scripted comedy series courtesy of Urban Movie Channel, an urban-focused subscription streaming service created by Black Entertainment Television founder Robert L. Johnson.
Kristoff St. John and Victoria Rowell, the duo who played Neil and Drucilla Winters on “The Young and the Restless” for over a decade, are back together again in a new project — the UPtv movie “A Baby for Christmas,” airing Sunday, December 13 at 7 pm and 9 pm. And St. John says it was a “joyous” reunion.
Despite her lawsuit against CBS and Sony Pictures Television being dismissed by a judge last month, former “The Young and the Restless” actress Victoria Rowell (ex-Drucilla Winters) has officially filed an amended complaint against the two companies citing retaliation and discrimination. “We’ll vigorously prosecute claims,” said Rowell on Twitter.
Victoria Rowell, who portrayed Drucilla Winters on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” for the better part of two decades, is suing the network, Sony Pictures Television, Bell Dramatic Serial Company and Bell-Phillip Television Productions, Inc., producers of the daytime drama series, reports Deadline, for what her suit alleges is the result of Rowell being “impoverished and blackballed because she had chosen to speak out against the discrimination and injustice that she had endured and witnessed happen to other African Americans.”