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Guiding Light-related news from 2014
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Beacon Hill will be bringing political intrigue laced with romance, family and relationship drama, and a cast filled with soap opera all-stars to our screens starting this March.
Not only is Tainted Dreams full of the drama, romance, and intrigue you know and love, the cast is positively bursting with soap stars. View the first episodes and see our columnist's thoughts on the premiere!
Another General Hospital favorite is headed back to the show. Emmy winner Rick Hearst will return next month, ending a four-year absence. Hearst has also appeared on The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, Guiding Light, and The Young and the Restless.
One Life to Life and Guiding Light vet Crystal Hunt has been charged with felony assault charges following an altercation at a California bar. Hunt earned a Daytime Emmy nomination in 2005.
Cynthia Watros, who soap fans most recently saw as Kelly on The Young and the Restless, will be taking on a new role in an MTV drama with a soap-opera-worthy plot. The new role will likely mean she'll b exiting Y&R.
Daytime favorites Alicia Minshew and Sarah Brown discuss their new web series, Beacon Hill. Both will also dish their soap roles and other projects, and take calls from fans. They're joined by Emmy winner Crystal Chappell.
Lawrence Saint-Victor talks about his NAACP Image Award nomination, The Bold and the Beautiful, and Guiding Light. Plus, Ilene Kristen and the creators of the web series, PRIDE. Soap Central Live airs Fridays at 6PM Eastern/3PM Pacific. Call in and be part of the show, toll-free at 866.472.5788. Listen at http://soapcentral.com/scl
The Young and the Restless has tapped two-time Emmy winner Cady McClain to take over the role of Kelly. The role became vacant when Cynthia Watros landed a role in a new primetime series. McClain is known for the roles of All My Children's Dixie and As the World Turns' Rosanna.
Emmy winner Martha Byrne discusses her new primetime series, NBC's Crisis. Plus, AMC/GL favorite Ricky Paull Goldin discusses Beacon Hill. Then, a preview of the web series, Beverly Pills. Soap Central Live airs Fridays at 6PM Eastern/3PM Pacific. Call in and be part of the show, toll-free at 866.472.5788. Listen at http://soapcentral.com/scl
Crystal Chappell, soap star and web soap pioneer, announced that her production company will be producing its first film, which Chappell will also star in.
James Rebhorn, a film and television actor who tackled many soap opera roles in his accomplished career, passed away on March 21, 2014, of melanoma.
The production company that brings fans Days of our Lives is set to tackle a new frontier: the Internet. Corday Productions will roll out interactive soaps that allow fans, actors, and advertisers to have a say in how the stories unfold. Soap fave Crystal Chappell will also be part of the venture.
Former Guiding Light star Matt Bomer is married... with children. The Magic Mike star also recently wrapped production on a powerful film for which he underwent an extreme transformation.
Guiding Light and One Life to Live star Gina Tognoni has been cast as The Young and the Restless's new Phyllis Summers. The role had been previously played by Michelle Stafford, who earlier this year joined the cast of General Hospital.
Soap veteran Kim Zimmer, best known as Guiding Light's Reva, will play the mother of a female soldier having a difficult time reentering civilian society in the play Soldier's Heart.
Emmy winner Laura Wright has partnered with We-Care.com to raise money for the ASPCA. In this exclusive interview, Laura discusses her pets, her on-screen leading men, and how a lucky fan can hang out with her at the GH studio.