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Things in Port Charles may soon get a little crazy -- not that there's anything wrong with that. A General Hospital spokesperson confirms that Robin Mattson will reprise the role of Heather Webber this spring. Mattson has appeared on All My Children, As the World Turns, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, and Santa Barbara.
As the World Turns vet Jon Hensley will make a special appearance on The Bold and the Beautiful this spring. Hensley, who played ATWT's Holden for more than 20 years, will play a doctor on B&B.
As the World Turns vet Jon Hensley is headed back to The Bold and the Beautiful. Hensley first appeared on B&B in May. The actor is best known as ATWT's Holden Snyder.
Lynn Herring will reprise the role of General Hospital's Lucy Coe this December. The GH fave will help with the planning of the Nurses' Ball. Herring originated the role of Lucy in 1986, but hasn't been seen on-screen since 2004.
Emmy-nominated As the World Turns vet is taking on reality television, but it's not in the way you might think. The actress has landed a starring role in a series that spotlights the lack of reality in reality series.
Mark Pinter will join the cast of The Young and the Restless in January as a politician involved with two of Y&R's best-known characters. Pinter has had roles on five other soaps, including his breakout role as Grant on Another World.