Soap Opera Digest has reported that “DOOL” will not be going anywhere. The series was rumored to be in the process of moving from their production home on the Burbank lot to the AMC/Hollywood Heights studio in Glendale. At a 12,000th episode celebration, Executive Producer Ken Corday explained that they would not be going anywhere after all. Read the rest of this entry »
“I guess we will just have to cross that bridge when we come to it.”
Our sister site, Soaps.com, spoke with recently returned “DOOL” star Blake Berris (Nick) about his thoughts on coming back to the series, where his character is heading and what else he has on the go.
Here’s a sampling:
“I think right now who we are seeing is a Nick who is aware of the fact and self conscious of the fact that he knows that there is a side of him that he can’t control.” Read the rest of this entry »
A different role.
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.
Back to work.
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)
— Molly Burnett (@mollydollyy) September 18, 2012
“Days Of Our Lives” alum Jay Kenneth Johnson (ex-Philip) recently wrapped a new project. Johnson was cast in the role of Gabe in the low-budget indie film, “Runaway Hearts.” It follows two young children forced to deal with life after losing their mother to a drug overdose. Read the rest of this entry »
A troupe of Daytime actors have banded together with the talented improvisers at ACME Comedy for a special project. They will be presenting an improvised soap opera parody called, “Scandal Crest.” Krista Allen (ex-Billie), Molly Burnett (Melanie), Eric Martsolf (Brady) and Freddie Smith (Sonny) of “DOOL” will team up with “B&B”‘s Sean Kanan (Deacon) for this project. Comedians Diana Costa, Dan Kane, Jen Parker, Dwayne Perkins and Dale Raoul (“True Blood”) will be joining them in the project which will plumb the depths of Daytime’s absurdity. Read the rest of this entry »
The first-ever Signature Sweepstakes is being held by the NBCUniversal Store. It gives fans the opportunity to win NBCUniversal Merchandise items that have been signed by the network’s talent. “DOOL” actors Crystal Chappell (ex-Carly), Galen Gering (Rafe), Kristian Alfonso (Hope), James Scott (Elvis) and writers Sherri Anderson and Eddie Campbell lent their signatures to copies of a “Days Of Our Lives” book.
Watch the video for instructions about how to enter to win.
He just got back in Salem, but Blake Berris (Nick) already has more projects lined up. The actor has been cast in the independent film, “Crazy Bitches.” It follows seven women and a gay man who are slowly killed off during a weekend of drinking and whining. The serial killer comedy co-stars Thea Gill (“Queer As Folk”), Mary Jane Wells (“Elena Undone”), Jill Bennett and Cathy DeBuono (“We Have To Stop Now”). Berris plays Gareth Jones, an over-sexed ranch guard looking for a mystical virgin. “Crazy Bitches” is written and directed by Jane Clark, who previously worked with Berris on “Meth Head.” Read the rest of this entry »
Heading to Hallmark.
Ex-”DOOL” star Victor Webster (ex-Nicholas) was last seen in Salem nearly twenty years ago. Although he’s had a pretty busy career since leaving Daytime behind, if you’ve got a hankering to see him soon, he’ll be popping up on Hallmark this weekend. Webster is one of the stars of, “Puppy Love.” The romantic comedy co-stars Candace Cameron Bure (“Full House”). It premieres on Saturday September 8 at 9:00 PM.
Coming to Salem.
Updated: September 5.
Greg Vaughan is due to arrive as Eric Brady on November 14.
Updated: August 8.
Greg Vaughan was on set at the NBC Burbank lot today to begin shooting scenes as Eric.
Here’s to new beginning’s!! instagr.am/p/OEmz5ABj0j/
— Greg Vaughan (@greg_vaughan) August 8, 2012