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) will continue to be a "valued member of As The World Turns," according to an official statement from As The World Turns' executive producer Christopher Goutman.
Two time Emmy Award-winning actress, As the World Turns director, and producer Ellen Wheeler has been named Executive Producer of Guiding Light, effective immediately. Wheeler will replace outgoing EP John Conboy.
It's a case of out of sight, but not out of mind for As the World Turns' Mary Beth Evans
(Sierra Esteban Montgomery
). The actress, who hasn't had any on-air time since January 2003, will reprise the role of Sierra several times in the next few months.
Three-time Emmy Award winner Sarah Brown will join the cast of As the World Turns this summer in a new created role. Brown is best known for her work as Carly Benson Corinthos
on the ABC soap General Hospital. She joined the show in April 1996 before exiting the role five years later.
As the World executives have announced that a former Sunset Beach actress will assume the role of Molly McKinnon this summer.
According to an official-looking press release that has popped up on the Internet, Emmy-winning As the World Turns head writer Hogan Sheffer has been fired. His last date is reported to be Friday, July 2nd.
It started off as an online rumor, but a show spokesperson now confirms that Emmy winner Benjamin Hendrickson
) will exit As the World Turns by the end of the summer.
Former Loving/The City star Randolph Mantooth (ex-Alex Masters, The City/Loving) has landed the recurring
role of Hal Munson on As the World Turns. Viewers will remember that Mantooth appeared previously in the role on a temporary basis in 2003
Soap veteran Mary Beth Evans has been signed to appear as a doctor on One Life to Live starting later this year. The move to One Life to Live comes as the actress is wrapping up a four-year recurring run as As the World Turns
' Sierra Montgomery
Mary Beth Evans appears to have had a change of heart about setting up shop in One Life to Live
's Llanview. Just two weeks after the announcement that the veteran soap star was going to appear on the ABC soap comes words that Evans will remain in place on CBS's As the World Turns.
His addition to cast was part of what many media outlets called a "raiding" of former ABC talent by CBS execs, but without much story for his character, General Hospital
's Réal Andrews
) has been let go from As the World Turns.
Mary Beth Evans
) returns to Oakdale later this month in a new capacity: She'll be a contract player for the first time since joining the show in 2000.
After two years as a part of the As the World Turns cast, Bailey Chase
) will be leaving the show. Chase made the announcement on his official web site.
Ending weeks of speculation, Peyton List
) has announced that she will leave As the World Turns at the conclusion of her contract.
An As the World Turns spokesperson has confirmed that newcomer Chris Beetem
) will be exiting the show early next year.
In a move that is sure to stun longtime viewers, soap
has learned that As the World Turns has released Larry Bryggman
) from the show. Dixon has been a part of the show for nearly four decades.