Full detailed profile on Colin Atkinson Played by Tristan Rogers on The Young and the Restless Daytime Soap Opera.
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Actor: Tristan Rogers
Who played Colin Atkinson over the years
Tristan Rogers (December 8, 2010 - present)
Useful information on Colin Atkinson
* Came to Genoa City from Australia.
Current: Head of an organization in Australia.
Colin arrived in Genoa City looking for his son, Cane, who had ratted him out and sent him to prison. He used Jill to get information. Colin told Cane that he expected him to bring Lily and the twins and return to Australia to take his rightful place as his successor heading up the 'organization'.
After Colin's interference in Cane's life led to his death, Colin appeared remorseful and has been living a relatively quiet life married to Jill and keeping an eye on Lily and her twins.
Jill Abbott (wife)
Charlie Ashby (grandson)
Matilda Ashby (granddaughter)
Cane Ashby (son, deceased)
Samantha Atkinson (daughter with Genevieve Atkinson, deceased)
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Colin, Jill, Lily, and Cane enter the Ashby house. Esther throws her arms around a grouchy Jill. Cane thanks her for babysitting. Awkwardness ensues when she asks about Devon, Hilary, and Neil. Esther shows Cane and Lily the cards the kids made for them. Esther goes for drinks. Lily says Cane explained the plane crash to the kids really well, now they need to figure out how to tell them Daddy won't be living there anymore. Jill and Colin defend Cane, who apologizes again. She wants him to leave. "You broke up this family when you broke our trust." Cane slams out. Colin follows. Jill asks if Lily learned nothing at all from last night. Jill gets rid of Esther, and then argues with Lily about turning her back on Cane. Jill feels they survived because of love, which can overcome an adversity. Lily says, "Try telling that to my father." Jill presses Lily not to give up on Cane, who wanted to shield her from pain. Jill reminds Lily that Cane is human and made a mistake. Lily tells Jill she'll go tell the children Cane will be home to tuck them in.
At the Club, Colin tells Cane he has every right to be angry. Cane is most angry with Lily right now - all he cared about in this was how she felt. He likens it to her keeping Tyler's flirting from him because she didn't want to upset him. He feels he doesn't know that person he's married to like he thought. Colin gets a call from Jill to send Cane home - Lily's on the verge of forgiving him. Colin doesn't think that's the impediment here.
Neil makes his way through the snowy forest and calls out as he goes. At the site, Lily is upset that Neil went on his own. Hilary asks Devon to find Neil, but Cane tells Devon he's not going anywhere. Cane thinks they should stick together. Lily rants about the kids possibly having to grow up without their parents or grandparents - even if they survive their lives will never be the same; their family is broken. Lily tells Cane that he's as bad as they are, but Devon says he's the one responsible for hurting Neil; no one else is to blame. Lily says that's a big consolation to Maddie and Charlie. Devon doesn't get her bringing the kids into it. He loves Hilary and should have handled things differently. Lily will never forgive him... or Cane. Jill tells Lily she needs to grow up - sometimes people do the wrong things with the best of intentions. Lily doesn't want that kind of marriage. Nearby, Colin advises Cane to fight for his marriage before it's too late. Devon pleads with Hilary, who is out again, to please wake up. In the forest, Neil sinks to his knees. He shivers and huddles in his blanket and flashes to memories of Hilary and what happened on the plane. A rescuer finds him. At the site, Cane apologizes to Lily and asks for a chance to make things right. A helicopter appears overhead. Hilary wakes up. She and Devon think Neil saved their lives.