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Actor updates from September 25 – October 2:

Soaps.com has the latest details surrounding what’s going on in the careers of the former “One Life To Live” actors. This week includes new film roles, Primetime appearances, hearing about an actor who made his first acting appearance in Llanview, and the road one actress took to break into the business…

Kamar de los Reyes presents at the Alma Awards:
Kamar de los Reyes (ex-Antonio Vega) was spotted on the red carpet of this year’s Alma Awards, which aired at 8:00 PM on Friday September 21 on NBC. Reyes presented, along with Nadine Velazquez (“Hart Of Dixie”), the award for Favorite TV Reality, Variety, or Comedy Personality or Act. The awards handed out were to honor outstanding Latino creative achievements in television, film and music.

Joe Lando in Thriftstore Cowboy:
Following his role on the CW’s “Secret Circle,” which was cancelled after just one season, former “One Life To Live” actor Joe Lando (ex-Jake Harrison) will play Will Brooks in the new film “Thriftstore Cowboy.” Viewers will be treated to a gripping story about friendship, family and love, especially for one man who will do whatever it takes for a second chance at life.

Yasmine Bleeth lands Beautiful Evil:
Yasmine Bleeth, (“Bay Watch,” “Ryan’s Hope”) who played LeeAnn Demerest Buchanan from 1991 to 1993, is currently working on a new film. “Beautiful Evil” showcases what happens after the Hollywood Hills are found littered with bodies of decapitated Sunset Strip prostitutes. The LAPD is mystified that all bodies have been drain of blood. Bleeth’s character, Beverly Hills socialite Baroness Von Siepold, ends up kidnapped from a star-studded event by a paparazzi photographer who misses the shot of his life… Expect its tentative release sometime in 2013.

Jeff Fahey guest stars on Revolution:
Jeff Fahey (“Lost”), who landed his first acting gig as Llanview’s Gary Corelli back in 1982 and held until 1985, will be appearing in a guest starring role in NBC’s new project “Revolution.” Stay tuned for his air date and tune in to the pilot, which airs Mondays at 10:00 PM.

Terrell Tilford’s Broken Roads Best of Show:
Terrell Tilford’s (ex-Greg Evans) new film “Broken Roads” shared the Best of Show win at this year’s Indie Fest. If you missed the film announcement watch the Broken Roads Trailer right here on Soaps.com.