Good news, bad news, we’ve found a bit of both.

Soaps.com has news surrounding a Facebook marriage, a special thank-you to President Barack Obama, writing and film gigs, a DUI arrest, a tragic fire, fan Q&As and more involving former “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “Days of our Lives,” “General Hospital” and “The Young and the Restless” actors.

Catching up with Clayton Norcross.
Longtime “The Bold and the Beautiful” fans have wondered what happened to the actor who created the role of Thorne Forrester in 1987 (through 1989). Clayton Norcross appeared as a lifeguard on “Santa Barbara” prior to landing the CBS role and went on to appear in such primetime shows as “Baywatch Nights,” “JAG,” “Coach” and “Hawaii Five-0.” Norcross will play Dr. Arthur Von Versen in the 2016 project “Jacob’s Honor.” The short film will follow a group of friends who return from the war with symptoms of PTSD, which hinders their relationships and everyday life.

Lark Voorhies marries Facebook friend.
Lark Voorhies is most remembered for her role as “Saved by the Bell’s” Lisa Turtle. She also played Wendy Reardon on “Days of our Lives” in 1993 and Jasmine Malone on “The Bold and the Beautiful” from 1995 to 1996. TMZ
is reporting that these days the actress has her family worried, due to her sudden marriage to a man she met on Facebook. Voorhies married a music engineer named Jimmy Green after meeting him on the social media site one year prior. The couple had a commitment ceremony on April 1 before jetting off to Las Vegas on April 30 for a chapel ceremony. Green is wanted in Arizona for allegedly threatening to kill a man, which is why the actress’ family is worried for her safety. In response to the TMZ reports, Voorhies tweeted:

Relive Dylan Neal in Dawson’s Creek.
After Dylan Neal’s two year stint on “The Bold and the Beautiful” as Dylan Shaw in the 90s he went on to play Doug Witter (1998 to 2003) on the popular teen drama “Dawson’s Creek,” starring James Van Der Beek as Dawson Leery (ex-Stephen Anderson, “As the World Turns”), Katie Holmes (as Joey Potter), Michelle Williams (Jen Lindley), Joshua Jackson (as Pacey Witter) and Kerr Smith (ex-Ryder Hughes, “As the World Turns”) as Jack McPhee. Starting on Monday June 29 at 12:00 PM ABC Family will broadcast all of the episodes from the beginning to the end when it was canceled on May 14, 2003. So, if you’re a fan of the show who’d like to relive the old days, or one who never had a chance to catch the show years ago, be sure to tune in! You might even come across a few other former daytime stars guesting throughout the series.