Catching up with the soap actors.

Soaps.com has updates as to what some of the former soap stars of Daytime cancelled soaps “All My Children,” “As The World Turns,” “Guiding Light,” “One Life To Live” and “Passions” have been busy with these days. There are film roles, sad passings, an album release, baby news, an actress gets “Hot In Cleveland,” a Manhattan pad is put on the market and more in this month’s after-Daytime column.

Brian Gaskill releases Giving Up Time Travel For The Rain.
Brian Gaskill has held numerous Daytime roles on soap operas “All My Children” (ex-Bobby Warner), “As The World Turns” (ex-BJ Green), “The Bold And The Beautiful (ex-Ozzy Marone), “Guiding Light” (ex-Dylan Lewis) and “Port Charles” (ex-Rafe Kovitch). The actor released a new album titled “Giving Up Time Travel For The Rain,” which consists of a collection of poetry. Visit Brian Gaskill’s Giving Up Time Travel For The Rain to listen to samples and buy the words from Gaskill’s heart that reflect on life spent in Hollywood, letting go of the pains of the past and the expectations of the future and the journey to acceptance.

Jonathan Bennett in The Wrong Woman.
Jonathan Bennett, who played “All My Children’s” Adam ‘J. R.’ Chandler Jr. from 2001 to 2002, will star alongside Danica McKellar (“Young Justice,” “The Wonder Years”) in the Lifetime movie premiere “The Wrong Woman.” An updated version of Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Wrong Man,” Ellen Plainview (McKellar) is stunned when she’s arrested for attempted murder, with overwhelming evidence against her. As her friends and family begin to doubt her innocence, due to the victim having been her husband’s mistress, one man (Bennett) believes she’s innocent and offers to help her. Jennifer Aspen (“GCB”), Jim O’Heir (“Parks And Recreation”), Fred Dryer (“Hunter”) and Jaleel White (“Family Matters”) will also appear in the feature, which premieres on Saturday December 28 at 8:00 PM.

Susan Lucci returns to Hot In Cleveland.
Susan Lucci (ex-Erica, “All My Children,” “Devious Maids”) will make her way back to TV Land’s “Hot In Cleveland” as herself sometime during season five. She last appeared as Victoria Chase’s (Wendie Malick) archenemy in February 2012 and will return in a 2014 episode titled “The Undead.”

Michael B. Jordan’s Spirit Award nomination.
Michael B. Jordan, who played “All My Children’s” Reggie from 2003 to 2006, received a Spirit Award nomination in the category of Best Male Lead for his role as Oscar Grant in “Fruitvale Station.” The 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards will take place in Santa Monica, California on March 1, 2014.