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Catching up with the former Daytime actors.

Soaps.com has details for current projects for some former soap stars of Daytime’s canceled soaps, “All My Children,” “Another World,” “As The World Turns,” “Guiding Light,” “One Life To Live” and “Santa Barbara.” There are film roles, one being “Fast & Furious,” a new CW and NBC role, holiday Hallmark movies, a stage performance, an album release, a Hollywood separation, and more in this month’s after-Daytime column.

Cameron Mathison in The Christmas Ornament.
Cameron Mathison, who played Ryan Lavery on ABC’s version of “All My Children,” will be turning up in a special holiday feature as part of the Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas. On Saturday November 16 at 8:00 PM tune in for the network’s original movie “The Christmas Ornament.” The story follows a widow who wishes for a holiday season full of happiness. Kellie Martin (“Army Wives”), Jewel Staite (“The Killing”) and Brendan Meyer (“Mr. Young”) have also been cast.

Cameron Mathison in Window Wonderland.
Fans of the former “All My Children” actor will get to see Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan) in another Hallmark Channel movie next month. Mathison will appear in “Window Wonderland” on Saturday November 23 at 8:00 PM. Viewers will be drawn in as two different department store employees, with secrets, compete for the same high-profile window dressing job. Little do they know, they have a lot in common. Visit the Hallmark Channel’s Countdown To Christmas for more holiday originals, as well as Mathison’s other movie “A Very Merry Mix-up.”

Stephen Schnetzer onstage in Tribe.
Stephen Schnetzer is no stranger to Daytime and has appeared on soaps such as “Another World” and “As The World Turns” and “Guiding Light” as Cass Winthrop, “Days of our Lives” as Steven Olson and “One Life To Live” as Marcello Salta. Now the actor is performing onstage in Nina Raine’s “Tribes.” The play follows a young deaf boy named Billy, who has to adjust to the ‘hearing world’ and deal with those, including his family, who don’t understand him. Performances will take place in the McGuire Proscenium at the Guthrie Theater and will run through November 10. Please call 1-612-377-2224 or visit the Guthrie Theater for tickets. Watch the actor’s special message to his fans:

Jensen Buchanan divorcing after ten years of marriage.
Soap opera veteran actress Jensen Buchanan, who has had roles on “Another World” (Marley Love Hudson McKinnon), “As The World Turns” (Vicky McKinnon), “General Hospital” (Melissa Bedford, “Port Charles”) and “One Life To Live” (Sarah Gordon Buchanan), is splitting from her high-powered Hollywood agent husband after ten years of marriage. TMZ is reporting that Paradigm Talent Agency’s Sam Gores filed for a legal separation based on irreconcilable differences. Though documents prove the couple had a pre-nup, Gores allegedly plans to pay spousal support.

Trent Dawson onstage in The Pain And The Itch.
Trent Dawson (“As The World Turns'” ex-Henry, 1998 to 2010) is starring as Cash in the Bruce Norris play “The Pain And The Itch,” which follows politics in the Pacific Palisades. Fans can attend performances through December 1 at The Zephyr Theatre at 7456 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, California. Call 1-323-960-5774 or visit Plays 411 for tickets. Since his Daytime role Dawson has appeared on “The Good Wife” and “Homeland.”

Anne Heche in Nothing To Fear.
Anne Heche, who most recently starred in the NBC series “Save Me” and played “Another World’s” Vicky Hudson from 1987 to 1992, is currently starring in the horror flick “Nothing To Fear,” released in Russian markets in late September. The actress plays Wendy in the film that surrounds how one family’s path toward a better life is put on a different course by an unstable man of the cloth.

Billy Magnussen in The Money.
Billy Magnussen, who played “As The World Turns'” Casey Hughes from 2008 to 2010, is the latest actor cast on HBO’s new David Milch pilot “The Money,” a story of riches and fraud among the upper-class. Look for the former soap star in a series regular role as the son, Greg Castman, of tycoon James Castman, played by Brendan Gleeson. Magnussen has appeared in Primetime shows as of late including “Blue Bloods,” “CSI” and “Boardwalk Empire.”

Julianne Moore in Carrie:
Julianne Moore, who played “As The World Turns'” Frannie Hughes from 1985 to 2010, can currently be seen as Margaret White in Stephen King’s 2013 remake of “Carrie.” The film was released on October 18 and surrounds a shy girl named Carrie, who goes on a telekinetic rampage at her senior prom after being pushed too far.