Soaps.com has a new performance date, film and Primetime roles, actors who had hair-clipper malfunctions, a new role for Williamson, no more potty-mouths in Llanview and more details surrounding the careers of the current and former "One Life To Live" actors.
Kamar de los Reyes' Pretty Little Liars role:
We now have more details surrounding (ex-Antonio Vega) Kamar de los Reyes' Pretty Little Liars role. The actor will play a swimming coach named Dominic, who's well-known for having sent swimmers to the Olympics. Look for his appearance sometime in August.
One Life To Live to resume production:
Prospect Park and the I.A.T.S.E. have reached a deal, which will allow the company to continue production of "One Life To Live" as planned.
John Brotherton's Family Tools' air date:
Back in January Soaps.com received word that John Brotherton (ex-Jared Banks) would be making a Primetime appearance on ABC's "Family Tools," and now we have an air date. Tune in on Wednesday June 26 at 8:30 PM.
Reserved For Rondee at The Bowery Electric:
Tom Degnan's band Reserved For Rondee will be performing at The Bowery Electric at 327 Bowery Street in New York, New York on Wednesday June 26 at 8:30 PM. Tickets are $8 and you must be 21 to attend. Visit The Bowery Electric for further details or call 1- 212-228-0228.
Some fans liked it, others hated it, and now the writers have put a stop to it. The Online Network announced that there will no longer be swearing on One Life To Live.
Jeff Fahey in Under The Dome:
Jeff Fahey, who played Gary Corelli from 1982 to 1985, appeared in the June 24 premiere of CBS' new series "Under The Dome." Look for the actor to recur in future episodes as the sheriff on Mondays at 10:00 PM.
Kassie DePaiva invites fans to design a No! No!
Kassie DePaiva (Blair Cramer) is the spokesperson for the No! No! hair removal system and recently alerted fans to a special contest going on now until July 31. Visit No! No! Contest to create your No! No! design, which could be produced for the public. Unfortunately, this is only available to US residents.
Bree Williamson in The Minister's Wife:
Bree Williamson (ex-Jessica Brennan) is currently wrapping up filming scenes in Massachusetts for "The Minister's Wife." Written and directed by John Stimpson, Williamson will play Debbie Martin in the project that follows the true story of a Baptist Minister who kills his wife and makes it appear as though it was a suicide in order to carry on with his mistress. The wife's mother vows to find the truth behind her daughter's murder and to put her son-in-law in prison. As of yet, there is no release date.
In better news, I am back in Massachusetts to finish shooting #theminsterswife— Bree Williamson (@breewilliamson) June 19, 2013
Tuc Watkins and John Paul Lavoisier get haircuts:
Apparently Tuc Watkins (David Vickers) is getting a new look. The actor tweeted a video of what happens when the clippers die halfway a haircut. He also posted one of John Paul Lavoisier (ex-Rex Balsom) with the same look.
Half way done and the battery charge on the clipper died. Aargh. https://t.co/SmRQFuBiEV— Tuc Watkins (@tucwatkins) June 18, 2013
I was first. John-Paul was second. Josh Kelly comes over later today. He doesn't know what is about to hit... https://t.co/0VNDfEV3XT— Tuc Watkins (@tucwatkins) June 22, 2013
One Life To Live weekly video promo:
The Online Network posted a weekly video promo for what's ahead on Tuesday and Thursday. Watch it below and view our OLTL Spoilers for more - all the way through July 11.
Sean Ringgold test drives a Porsche 911 Carrera 4S:
Sean Ringgold (Shaun Evans) attended this month's CF Charities Supercar Gala and test drove a Porsche 911 Carrera 4S. Go along for the ride through the video below.
One Life To Live actor fun fact:
Ellen Holly, who played Carla Grey Hall Scott back in the early days, saw a talent in one actor, who went on to have a very decorated career in television - one who the show let slip away. Morgan Freeman ("Now You See Me") arrived at the studios to audition for the part of Dr. Jack Scott. Though Holly pleaded with producers to hire this great talent, they passed, and Freeman went on to play Dr. Roy Bingham on "Another World" from 1982 to 1984.
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