In the wake of All My Children's untimely Internet demise, Eden Riegel shared her disappointment and some of her favorite photos with fans. The Emmy winner made her first appearance as AMC's Bianca in 2000.
Emmy winner Eden Riegel
) opened up on Twitter about the end of Prospect Park's production of All My Children.
"Damnit. What a colossal shame! The show we all loved, that had such success online, dead again," Riegel shared. "Very sad I can’t return to my AMC family again and play the role I love so much. I’ll spend the day mourning and remembering the good times."
The actress also shared some of her favorite All My Children photos with fans. To browse Riegel's favorites, visit her Twitter page
. You do not need to have a Twitter account to view them.
Riegel appeared as a contract player on All My Children from July 2000
through February 2005
. In 2005
, Riegel won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Younger Actress. Over the course of the following four years, Riegel made numerous guest appearances on All My Children. Riegel reprised her role for Prospect Park's online revival of the soap earlier this year
Riegel appeared with Christina Bennett Lind
, who played Bianca from 2010 through 2011, in a January 2012 special edition of Soap Central Live known affectionately as "Biancapalooza." To listen to the two actresses share their AMC memories -- as well as some surprise guests -- click here
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