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Soaps.com has continued to keep readers posted on the goings-on of the actors from cancelled soap operas “All My Children,” “As The World Turns,” “Guiding Light,” “One Life To Live,” and “Passions.” If you missed the many articles following the actors of Pine Valley, Oakdale, Springfield, Llanview or Harmony in the various Soap Opera News Rooms, here are a few recent top stories…

The actress who played “All My Children’s” Hayley Santos had a lot to celebrate over the weekend! Check out Kelly Ripa’s Daytime Emmy Win.

It’s hard to tell what Pine Valley’s Greenlee Smythe would have been up to these days, but the actress who played her is starring in a new film. Get the details through Rebecca Budig in Getaway.

If you’ve been in the dark about what the actor who played “All My Children’s” Aidan Turner has been up to, stay tuned to the new film releases for 2013. You won’t want to miss Aiden Turner in To Have And To Hold.

Were you upset to hear that ABC wasn’t going to take on the series featuring the actress who played “All My Children’s” Erica Kane? Don’t worry because Lifetime picked up Susan Lucci’s Devious Maids.

Do you miss seeing Frankie Hubbard in Pine Valley? Find out where you can catch the actor live on stage through Cornelius Smith Jr. in The Winter’s Tale.

“One Life To Live’s” Spencer Truman had to go to college to become a doctor and the actor who played him has decided to take a different path away from his acting career. Find out more through Paul Satterfield back to college.

Have you been missing the Llanview bad boy who played R.J. Gannon over the years? Find out where you can see him on stage through Timothy D. Stickney in Henry V.