Esta Terblanche
TerBlanche returning to AMC?
Posted Sunday, February 10, 2002 6:12:40 PM
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There are rumors sweeping around the Internet that Esta TerBlanche (ex-Gillian Andrassy) will be returning to All My Children in the near future. TerBlanche exited AMC on October 2, 2001.

"There is no truth to these reports," an AMC insider tells soapcentral.com.

Fans have always questioned whether or not the "real" Gillian was killed, something that Dimitri and Alex's mysterious exit from Pine Valley seemed to solidify. The rumors are also bolstered by the fact that AMC head writer Richard Culliton was responsible for the creation of the Wildwind scene when he served as a writer for AMC. The already rumored return of Eva LaRue (ex-Maria Santos) to the show and the silent hope that Michael Nader (ex-Dimitri Marick) could also return to Pine Valley are also hinging with the latest batch of rumors.

Viewers will remember that Dimitri's exit was facilitated by a mysterious phone call that promised some very surprising information. Dimitri and Alex then left Pine Valley under the guise of wanting a second honeymoon -- when they were really headed off to investigate the phone call.




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