“It has been a fun place and a wonderful working environment that has been the cherry on the top.”
Our sister site, Soaps.com, just did an interview with “DOOL” newbie Greg Vaughan (Eric) about joining the cast and what demons his character may be facing.
Here’s a sampling:
“He dealt with something that was very personal. I think he dealt with it the best that he could, but you need that somebody to open up to because it has to come out and it heals you. I think for the time being a lot of things and colors are going to hit the canvas and unfold before our very eyes.” Read the rest of this entry »
From the dance floor to the boxing ring.
Updated November 29:
Here’s a sneak peek of Val Chmerkovskiy in a scene with Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis). The “Dancing with the Stars” All Star season third place finalist was coached by his celebrity partner Kelly Monaco (Sam).
Originally posted November 7:
Kelly Monaco’s (Sam) Dancing with the Stars partner Val Chmerkovskiy will guest star on “General Hospital.” Per USA Today, he will play a boxer in scenes with Maurice Benard (Sonny), Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis) and Sean Blakemore (Shawn). The professional dancer’s episode will reportedly air December 10. Read the rest of this entry »
A.J. taunts Tracy with the fact that he might be cleared of all charges. Michael hears the news as well, as Carly reaches out to her son. It might not go so well, as Carly later seeks comfort from Todd. It looks like A.J. might get free of his ankle monitor, as he later goes a few rounds in the ring with Sonny. Not only that, but A.J. also interacts with Liz, as they try to come to an understanding. Back to Michael, something bad must go down between him and Sonny, because he wants Dante to arrest their father. Read the rest of this entry »
Now that Sonny (Freddie Smith) and Will (Chandler Massey) are together, handsome interloper Brian (Brant Daugherty) seems to be strictly in the past. However, fans of Brant Daugherty will be able to see him somewhere else. The actor recently completed shooting a major role in the upcoming feature, “The Starving games.” The movie is a parody of “The Hunger Games,” “The Avengers” and “Harry Potter.” Look for him in the role of Dale. It also stars Maira Walsh (“Desperate Housewives”) and Alexandria Deberry (“True Jackson, VP”). Read the rest of this entry »
Kristen impresses Brady some more when she doesn’t rat Marlena out for breaking into her room. He thanks her. Her wrist hurts so he checks it out. They get dreamy-eyed as he touches her. When he later runs into his father, he admits he still doesn’t totally trust Kristen. Meanwhile, Marlena decides to keep what she did from John but she has to blab to someone so she turns to Eric. Kristen shows up before the shrink can confess. Marlena leaves in a huff. Kristen turns to Father Tobias to offer her confession, which Brady conveniently manages to eavesdrop on. It’s full of her discussing her regrets and the feelings she’s developing for Brady. She claims to be horrified by her feelings and runs all the way home. Brady chases after her. Read the rest of this entry »
Redaric Williams and Angell Conwell (Leslie) have revealed that Williams’ character, Tyler, is in fact Leslie Michaelson’s brother.
Previously Reported on November 12:
During the week of November 5 Lamon Archey and Redaric Williams both began taping for their new Genoa City roles. Look for Williams’ character, Tyler Douglas, to first arrive on the scene on Friday December 14.
Previously Reported on October 16:
Entertainment Weekly is reporting that “The Young And The Restless” has just added two actors to their cast. Models Redaric Williams (“Allegiance,” “Damages”) will appear as Tyler Douglas and Lamon Archey will play Mason. This will be Archey’s first gig. Visit CBS Daytime for a look at the actors.