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    Ex-One Life To Live's Timothy D. Stickney In Henry V.

    Tuesday, June 26 2012

    (Joseph Marzullo/
    New role.

    Former "One Life To Live" actor Timothy D. Stickney (ex-R.J. Gannon) is currently appearing in William Shakespeare’s "Henry V." The story surrounds a young king who plans to unite his strife-torn kingdom by initiating a movement to take over the throne of France.

    Stickney appears as the Duke of Exeter, along with Ben Carlson (Captain Fluellen), Juan Chioran (Montjoy), Deborah Hay (Alice) and Tom Rooney (Ensign Pistol). The play runs from now until September 29 with an official opening on July 13. Please visit the Stratford Shakespeare Festival for ticket details.

    Stickney played the role of Llanview's bad boy R.J. Gannon on and off from 1994 to 2009, appeared in numerous made for television films and spends a lot of his time these days on stage in various productions.

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    - Amy Mistretta

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