From stage, to television to some airline drama.

Soaps.com has an actress being escorted off of a flight, a passing, a famous brother duo singing a ’70s hit, Hallmark movies, as well as other new gigs, and more this week in our column surrounding former actors from canceled soap operas “All My Children,” “As the World Turns,” “Guiding Light,” “Loving,” “One Life to Live,” “Passions,” “Santa Barbara” and “The Edge of Night.”

Jennifer Bassey says ‘Go F yourself’!
“All My Children” alum Jennifer Bassey, who played Marian Colby Chandler from 1983 to 2011, was unable to make her destination as planned recently. The actress told TMZ that she was forced to exit the Delta flight from New York to Indianapolis due to an altercation with a flight attendant. Labeled as a ‘risk to the flight’, Bassey explained upon exiting the bathroom the attendant confronted her with questions about flushing the toilet and washing her hands. Things escalated when Bassey headed back to her seat, planning to use her own sanitizer, and the attendant followed. The attendant allegedly then made a scene by bumping Bassey’s hand and retorting that the actress touched her. By this time Bassey had had enough and ‘mouthed’ to the attendant ‘go F yourself’, which resulted in her removal from the plane before takeoff. No arrest was made, as the police couldn’t find any evidence to imply that an assault had taken place. Bassey tweeted of the incident and shared her side in an interview with FOX New’s Greta Van Susteren and stated, “They have an excuse to treat us badly sometimes.”

Trent Dawson takes the stage in The Homecoming.
“As the World Turns” fans won’t soon forget Henry Coleman, originated by Trent Dawson in 1999 until 2010. The actor can now be seen onstage in Harold Pinter’s “The Homecoming.” The darkly sexual comedy surrounds Teddy’s (Dawson) return home to 1960s North London to introduce his wife to his family, where expectations of power and gender aren’t always what they seem. Performances will run from now through Sunday July 26 at the Pacific Resident Theatre at 703 Venice Boulevard in Venice, California where tickets can be purchased and reserved online. Lesley Fera (“Pretty Little Liars”) also stars.

John Colenback dead at 79.
John Colenback, known to daytime fans as Dr. Daniel Stewart on “As the World Turns,” passed away in West Hollywood on Tuesday May 12 at the age of 79 due to complications from COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). The actor played on the CBS soap off and on from 1966 until his character died of a terminal illness in 1979. Fans will remember him being involved in popular Oakdale storylines involving Paul, Liz, Susan, John and Kim. Colenback also played Detective Keyes on “Capital” and Frank Bellman on “Falcon Crest.” Soaps.com sends his family and friends our deepest condolences.