Just a little FYI
Thorsten Kaye joined the cast of All My Children in May 2004 as the wealthy casino owner, Zach Slater, for which he received a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in 2006.
In 2000 Mr. Kaye joined the cast of Port Charles as Irish doctor Ian Thornhart, and is also known to ABC Daytime fans as irresistible poet Patrick Thornhart of One Life to Live, a role he played from 1995-97. He has worked in a number of television series, including Sliders, Law & Order, Nothing Lasts Forever and Air America. Mr. Kaye has appeared on the London stage in such plays as The Winter's Tale, Love for Love and Tartuffe. A seasoned Shakespearean actor, he has performed in numerous theatrical productions, including Macbeth, Much Ado About Nothing, Hamlet, Love's Labor's Lost, Twelfth Night and The Taming of the Shrew.
After working with David Worth (Bloodsport) in the film The Prophet's Game -- starring Dennis Hopper -- Mr. Kaye re-teamed with the director in the thriller Shark Attack II. He has also appeared in the feature films The Silencers, Deadly Desire and The Bone Collector.
An avid rugby player, Mr. Kaye played throughout Europe before enrolling in graduate school at Wayne State University. Upon earning his master's degree in theater and theater history, he joined the Hilberry Repertory Theatre Company in Detroit. He has also published a book of original poetry entitled From Timber Ridge to Daymer Gardens, with Dorothy Bridges, widow of actor Lloyd Bridges. Proceeds from the book, which accompanied a CD release of the same name, go to Give Kids the World, a charity for sick children.