ATWT: Where Are They Now? – Part One of Two
Rosanna and Paul's wedding. (Soaps.com)
At times, some of our favorite ATWT soap stars leave the show. Some may leave to go on to better things, and others may leave for various other reasons. Today I’m going to let you know what some of your favorite soap stars from ATWT has been up to since leaving the soap! Part two of this article will soon follow.
Tom Eplin, who played the role of Jake McKinnon from 1999 to 2002, has since appeared in the 2006 horror film, “Days of Darkness: Rise of the Flesheaters.” In “Days of Darkness,” where he played the part of Chad.
Remember Annie Parisse, a.k.a. Julia Lindsay? Since leaving ATWT in November of 2002, she has taken on roles in both television and film. Beginning in 2005, Annie assumed the role of Alexandra Borgia on “Law & Order,” and she played this character until 2006. In addition to her role on “Law & Order,” Annie materialized in two comedy films: “Monster-in-Law” and “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.”
Jennifer Ferrin performed on ATWT as Jennifer Munson. She played the part from July 9, 2003 until July 14, 2006. After leaving ATWT, she appeared in two episodes of “Rescue Me,” landed a recurring role on the CBS drama “3 LBS,” and she will be playing Chloe in the upcoming television drama “The Kill Point.”
Finally, saving the best for last, we can't forget Cady McClain! On ATWT, Cady did an outstanding job with her role as Rosanna Cabot. Not only was Cady well loved, but she was -- and still is -- greatly missed!
Since Cady left ATWT, she became even more well loved for her role as Dixie on AMC. She played this role up until January 30 2007. Now, since she's no longer on AMC, many of her fans are pleading for her to return to her role as Rosanna on ATWT.
If you'd like to find out more about Cady, and continue to keep up-to-date with her, you can visit Cady McClain's Personal Blog, and if that isn't enough to satisfy you, then surf on over to visit Cady McClain on Myspace. In fact, if you enjoy Cady's beautiful singing voice, you'll want to be sure and visit her at Myspace, because she has a few of her songs there from her "Blue Glitter Fish" CD, which she released back in August of 2006.
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