The verdict is out on whether or not fans feel they got their money's worth (er, Bloodworth?) when it comes to the amount of time Max Shippee had on The Young and the Restless, but no matter the consensus, the actor has indeed wrapped his time as con man Graham Bloodworth.
Shippee, who joined the CBS soap last May and ended up sticking around a lot longer than he (and many viewers) originally assumed, tells Soap Opera Digest he's grateful for having had the opportunity to play in Genoa City, especially opposite such Y&R greats as Marla Adams (Dina Mergeron), Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott), and Eileen Davidson (Ashley Abbott).
“I feel like I couldn't have asked for better actors to work with,” he enthuses. “Overall, I was dealt a hand of aces.”
Prior to appearing on Y&R, Shippee earned credits on television series like Major Crimes, Hot in Cleveland, Rosewood, and Nip/Tuck.
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