A new fan event has been added to next year’s roster. Stars from “DOOL” will be throwing a special karaoke night at Dimples in Los Angeles. The event will be held on June 1, 2013. A list of the actors to appear will be released soon. For tickets and more information, please visit Days Charity Events. 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 »
Former “DOOL” star Shelley Hennig (ex-Stephanie) has found new work since her series, “The Secret Circle” was cancelled. She recently shot a guest role on the new CBS sitcom, “Friend Me.” The series follows some friends who move from LA to Indiana to work for a coupon website. It stars Christopher Mintz-Plasse (“Superbad”) and Nicholas Braun (“Gay Dude”).
“DOOL” stars, Eileen Davidson (Kristen DiMera) and Eric Martsolf (Brady Black) will be on Twitter Thursday November 15 to answer questions from fans. There will also be a special surprise guest. If you want to pick their brains, here’s what you need to know to participate:
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Eric Martsolf’s Twitter interview will be starting at 3:00 PM PST/6:00 PM EST.
Eileen Davidson’s Twitter interview starts at 4:00 PM PST/7:00 PM EST.
Terrell Ransom Jr. (Theo) will be popping up on Primetime on November 14. He will be appearing as Eli Brewster in a new episode of “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” titled, “Fallen Angels.” The busy young actor appeared on “CSI: NY” earlier this year and in the feature, “Murder On The 13th Floor,” starring Sean Patrick Thomas (“Ringer”) and Tess Thompson (“Copper”). Read the rest of this entry »
You can see “DOOL” alum Taylor Spreitler (ex-Mia) in the upcoming Lifetime movie, “Stalked At 17.” Spreitler stars as an expecting mother who finds herself in a relationship with an abusive liar. The movie co-stars Chuck Hittinger (Sean, “Pretty Little Liars”).
“Stalked At 17″ airs on Saturday October 27. Check your local listings for details. Watch the promo and let Soap Opera Fan know what you think.
The Fall In Love Event will bring fans and stars from various Daytime soap operas together for a two day event from November 3 through November 4. During the weekend actors will take part in a meet and greet, a VIP cocktail party and an auctioned breakfast at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans at 601 Loyola Avenue in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Fans of “DOOL” star Camila Banus (Gabi) can now catch her in a new role. She has a starring role in the independent film, “Counterpunch.” The movie follows a young boxer dreaming of success and forced to deal with bi-polar disorder and a dysfunctional family. Banus plays his love interest, a boxing promoter. Check out the trailer and let Soap Opera Fan Blog know what you think.
Molly Burnett will be leaving the screen this week as Melanie Jonas, but the actress has already moved on to other projects. She has been shooting a film for Hallmark called “This Magic Moment.” The film co-stars Vincent Spano (“Law & Order: SVU”), Travis Schuldt (ex-Ethan, “Passions”), Aliana Huffman (“Smallville”) and Charles Shaughnessy (ex-Shane, “DOOL”).
Back to film on the Hallmark movie tomorrow! Guess I need to drag my devastated broken heart* to bed… (*the Broncos/Peyton disaster)