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 includes new roles, a behind the scenes look at Shelter, an on location shoot, "OLTL" episode cutbacks, an early episode and more…
David Fumero in Urban Legends: David Fumero (ex-Cristian Vega, husband of Melissa Fumero, ex-Adriana Cramer) will be taking part in a series of one-act plays titled "Urban Legends." The actor will appear in the segment "And Then It Rained" at the Urban Theater Movement in Los Angeles, California from Thursday May 16 through Sunday May 19, as well as Thursday May 23 through Sunday May 26. Though showtimes will begin at 8:00 PM Thursday through Saturday, the Sunday shows start at 7:00 PM. Visit Urban Theater Movement for tickets.
Michael Lowry's Done Dirt Cheap at Del Mar Fairgrounds: It's been a while since Michael Lowry's (ex-Ross Rayburn) AC/DC tribute band has held a big performance. On Sunday June 23 from 8:30 PM to 10:00 PM PDT the guys of Done Dirt Cheap will appear on the Paddock Stage at the Del Mar Fairgrounds at 2260 Jimmy Durante Boulevard in Del Mar, California. Call the Del Mar Fairgrounds for ticket information at 1-858-755-1161.
Corbin Bleu in The Monkey's Paw: Corbin Bleu (Jeffrey King) is currently wrapping up production on the new thriller "The Monkey's Paw." Bleu will play Catfish, as Jake (C.J. Thomason "Harper's Island") is given a monkey's paw that grants him three wishes. The film is set to be released on October 25, 2013.
Jonathan Groff in new gay-themed HBO series: Jonathan Groff ("Glee," ex-Jesse St. James), who played troubled teen Henry Mackler in 2007, will be seen as Patrick in an upcoming gay-themed HBO series set in San Francisco. The project, still untitled, will contain eight episodes and surround three friends and what life has to offer gay men. Frankie J. Alvarez ("Smash) will appear as Augustin and Murray Bartlett ("Guiding Light," ex-Cyrus Foley) as Dom.
One Life To Live on location: Though details are being kept under wraps actors are shooting scenes on location, as the show's associate producer Jared Kaplan tweeted,
On a top secret #OLTL location shoot that will floor everyone when they see it.
Jason-Shane Scott at Men Of Llanview event: Jason-Shane Scott, who played Will Rappaport on and off from 1998 to 2007, has signed on to be in attendance at the June Men Of Llanview event. Other actors attending and ticket information can be found in the link.
Jesse Malakouti as Dusky: Watch this behind the scenes video of Jesse Malakouti, who plays the new singer at Shelter named Dusky. We last saw the actress in Llanview when she sang her song "White Girl Wasted" at the nightclub.
Behind the scenes with JWoww: JWoww appeared as Shelter's bartender Nikki last week. Take this behind the scene tour of some of her first moments leading up to her debut and hear the similarities between Nikki and JWoww, who starts off with, "So this is my bar?"
Chris Beetem's Comedy Central video: Last December Soaps.com told readers about Chris Beetem's (ex-Tate Harmon) upcoming Comedy Central project. Watch the webisode of the actor as Cliff in "Inside Amy Schumer: The Perm." Please be advised that the video contains profanity.
Roscoe Born's I Take It On Faith: In the past we've posted various videos of Roscoe Born's (ex-Mitch Laurence) songs. The latest, written by Born and produced by Paul Robinson, is titled "I Take It On Faith."
One Life To Live actor fun fact: Mikey Jerome won "I Wanna Be A Soap Star" in 2006 and landed the Llanview role of Ted Osbourne that same year. Unfortunately his character was quickly killed off. However, BethAnn Bonner, who came in third during the reality show was cast as Talia Sahid in 2006 and played the character until 2009 when she was also killed off the show.
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