Soaps.com’s March Soap Opera Interviews
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Up close with the actors.
Soaps.com’s March interviews had one “Days of our Lives” newcomer talking about her role as a resident mean girl, another Salem alum sharing details into her new book and what it was like for one actress to return to Daytime…
Hollie Deese talked to the actress who plays “Days of our Lives” Anne Milbauer about working with Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) and her character’s hatred for Jenn (Melissa Reeves). In our Interview with Meredith Scott Lynn the actress shared a little bit about what makes her character tick. “Who is Anne? That is going to be the name of my autobiography. Anne is a really shut-down, bitter woman who has worked very hard to get where she is, only what she really wants is Jennifer’s job. And Jennifer, in Anne’s opinion, hasn’t had to do a damn thing other than be a Horton to get what she has. Anne doesn’t see Jennifer as anything deserving of the role that she plays at the hospital. So as far as Anne is concerned, Jennifer is lucky. Anne had to work her ass off to get there and that is just not okay. So Anne’s mission in life, for now, is to destroy Jennifer in any way she can, other than hurt her physically. Which, I don’t know, she might be open to that too.”
Hollie also caught up with the "Days of our Lives" actress who plays Nancy Wesley. In our Interview with Patrika Darbo she shared how it felt to return to Salem. "It was terrific. There were a lot of changes that I didn’t know about and the kids were all grown up. And there were a few new ones I didn’t know because I am not an avid watcher when I am doing other things, so it was a schooling thing for me to say, 'Now who do you know? Which one were you when you were 2?' And just finding out that Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) is now friends with Nicole (Arianne Zucker) and those kinds of things."
Candace Young chatted with the "Days of our Lives" actress who played Liz Chandler about her new book Coincidence Is God's Way of Remaining Anonymous. In our Interview with Gloria Loring she explained how she began to notice and become more aware of the significance of coincidence in life. "My journey with and my research into the subject of coincidence definitely changed my perspective. I don’t really watch for coincidences, but I do recognize them when they offer themselves. I expect goodness. Although I don’t feel we should expect or rely on coincidences, I know that coincidences are attracted by what we think and plan and do. We can use coincidences for our good and the good of those we love. You can use this formula: When a coincidence gets your attention..."
Read Soaps.com's February Soap Opera Interviews for one "Y&R" actor's thoughts on playing a bad boy. Vote in our Weekly Soap Debate: Kidnapping Storylines to let us know which soap has the most exciting 'taken' scenarios.
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