Soaps.com has the latest details surrounding what's going on in the careers of the current and former "One Life To Live" actors. This week has Trevor St. John in a Lifetime movie, a "Jersey Shore" star in Llanview, a new nightclub will open, a few actors miss their pets while away taping scenes, some Llanview spoilers, and more…
Jersey Shore alum to One Life To Live: After a few tweets from "Jersey Shore" alum Jennifer 'JWoww' Farley ("Snooki And JWoww") last week - and a RT from "OLTL's" Twitter - it was apparent the reality star would be turning up in Llanview. Find out what 'photo clue' led us to believe JWoww will recur on OLTL before the official casting was announced.
Lori March Scourby passes away: Former Llanview actress Lori March Scourby, who played Adele Huddleston/Eugenia Randolph Lord, passed away on Tuesday March 19 at the age of 90. The actress, known as The First Lady Of Daytime, had roles on such serials as "As The World Turns" (ex-Nurse Harris), "The Secret Storm" (ex-Valerie Hill Ames Northcoate), "Search For Tomorrow" (ex-Lillian Hayes), "The Edge Of Night" (ex-Mrs. Hinson), "Guiding Light" (ex-Lady Agnes Gilmore), and "Another World" (ex-Abigail Kramer). Soaps.com passes along our condolences to the actress' family and friends.
Sean Ringgold in Golden Boy: Sean Ringgold (Shaun Evans) will appear as a hood on Tuesday April 9 in CBS' "Golden Boy." Former "As The World Turns" actress Tamara Tunie (ex-Jessica Griffin) will also turn up in the episode titled "Scapegoat." The series airs at 10:00 PM.
Gina Tognoni not returning for reboot: Gina Tognoni, who played Kelly Cramer, posted on her official Facebook to let fans know that she has not been asked to return for the reboot and stated, "They have not asked Kelly back yet... Fingers crossed for Cramer Women!!! Go Dorian and Blair! Thrilled at positive energy surrounding this show. It's historic that a soap goes off the air and fans pushed to get it back to life! Power to the people."
Jessica Morris in Shrader House pilot: Jessica Morris (ex-Jennifer Rappaport) is currently filming scenes for the new television pilot "Shrader House." The series will follow a group of juvenile delinquents and the staff of a Brooklyn, New York group home.
Amanda Setton in That Thing With The Cat: Production is currently wrapping up for Amanda Setton's (ex-Kimberly Andrews) new project "That Thing With The Cat." The actress will play Erica in the comedy about an agoraphobic woman who tries to find out who killed her neighbor's cat. Renée Felice Smith ("NCIS: Los Angeles") and Jacob Pitts ("Justified") also star.
Austin Peck's two lovely ladies: Austin Peck (ex-Rick Powers) tweeted a photo of the two ladies in his life - his wife Terri Conn (ex-Aubrey Wentworth) and their baby girl:
Llanview actors miss their pets while shooting: If you have a pet and have ever had to travel without them most likely separation anxiety sets in. It's no different for a few Llanview actors who are missing their furry friends while shooting scenes away from home. Though we don't know who this cutie belongs to Kelley Missal (Dani Lord) tweeted a photo of a dog that was on set filling the void for her and Andrew Trischitta (Jack Manning).
Nic Robuck's extracurricular activities: It would be nice to see Nic Robuck bring James Ford back to Llanview but so far that's not in the cards. However, the actor has been having fun these days and tweeted a photo to show fans just what he's been doing.
Trevor St. John in A Mother's Rage: Trevor St. John (ex-Victor Lord) will be appearing in the Lifetime movie "A Mother's Rage" as a lead detective on Saturday April 6 at 8:00 PM. During a trip to drop her daughter off at college a mother (Lori Loughlin, "90210") protects her daughter at all costs as they are terrorized on the highway.
Jessie Malakouti cast: Musician Jessie Malakouti has been cast on OLTL. Though this is her first acting gig, Malakouti is a musician who is signed with Prospect Park Records and EMI Music Publishing. Watch a video of her band, Jessie And The Toy Boys, below:
One Life To Live history: Would you have wanted your child walking around carrying a rag doll of Todd Manning, complete with his signature scar? Diehard Llanview fans may have purchased the doll that ABC marketed back in 2002. Though the doll went on sale on April 20 it was pulled on May 7 that same year, due to the controversy - most notably the rape - surrounding the character. Angela Shapiro, who was ABC's president at the time, apologized for not being more sensitive to the history of the character.
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