Multitalented. has uncovered a Hallmark premiere, primetime and film appearances, an art collection and more surrounding the current goings-on of former “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “Days of our Lives,” “General Hospital” and “The Young and the Restless” actors.

Jack Wagner stars in Hallmark’s The Wedding March.
“The Bold and the Beautiful” and “General Hospital” alum Jack Wagner (Nick Marone, 2003 to 2012; Frisco Jones, 1983 to 2013) will co-star with Josie Bissett (“Melrose Place”) in Hallmark’s new original movie “The Wedding March.” The story follows a single mother and home stager named Olivia Parsons (Bissett) who arrives at an inn to marry a prominent, career-obsessed New York realtor and comes face to face with her college sweetheart and former pop star Mick Turner (Wagner). Though the couple separated on bad terms twenty years ago, old feelings reemerge and Mick presents Olivia with a second chance that she may not be able to resist. Tune in Saturday June 25 at 9:00 PM on the Hallmark Channel. Wagner also played Warren Lockridge on “Santa Barbara” (1992 to 1993), Jacques Dumont on “Sunset Beach” (1997) and co-starred with Bissett on “Melrose Place” as Dr. Peter Burns from 1994 to 1999. Fans can look forward to seeing Wagner back on When Calls the Heart, which was renewed for a fourth season.

Sebastian Roché returns to guest on Royal Pains.
“General Hospital’s” Sebastian Roché (Jerry Jacks) will be heading back to primetime for a guest return on USA Network’s “Royal Pains.” The actor first appeared as Guy Childs in September 2015 and will bring the character back in the upcoming episode titled “The Good News Is.” This will be the drama’s eighth and final season, which will premiere on Wednesday May 18, as its cancelation was announced in March. Tune in for Roché’s appearance on Wednesday June 29 at 10:00 PM and look for Roché online in The Man in the High Castle.

John J. York, Corbin Bernsen and Bobbie Eakes in Distortion.
Fans will get to see soap stars in the upcoming thriller “Distortion.” John J. York, who recurs on “General Hospital” as Mac Scorpio will play Jeffrey Walters, along with “The Young and the Restless'” Corbin Bernsen (Father Todd Williams) as Dr. Eli Sutton and “The Bold and the Beautiful’s” Bobbie Eakes (Macy Alexander) as Pam Walters. In the film, a woman wakes up from a coma three months after her family was murdered and experiences flashbacks of the attack, including her own, and is at risk of being targeted again when news of her recovery goes public and the killer realizes she could pinpoint them at any given moment. Stay tuned for its 2016 release. York’s “General Hospital” character crossed over to “All My Children,” “Port Charles” and “General Hospital: Night Shift” in the past. Bernsen’s other daytime credits include “Ryan’s Hope” (Ken Graham) and “General Hospital” (John Durant) and Eakes played Marchioness of La Cienega on “Days of our Lives” (1997) and Krystal Carey on “All My Children” (2003 to 2011).

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Chad Brannon onstage in Blood From a Stone.
Chad Brannon (“General Hospital’s” Zander, 2001 to 2004) is currently starring as Travis onstage in “Blood From a Stone,” opposite Jossara Jinaro (“Passions'” Rae, 2002 to 2007; “Y&R’s” Rosa, 2006) as Yvette. The play showcases Travis’ attempts to escape his family only to be lured back into the drama that encompasses them all. Performances run through Sunday May 22 at the Electric Lodge Theater at 1416 Electric Avenue in Venice, California. Tickets can be purchased online at Plays 411. Brannon made a brief return to “General Hospital” on December 22, 2009 as a new character named Aaron.

Patty Weaver: Unscripted.
Star sighting! For years, many in Genoa City would dine at Gina’s Restaurant and listen to their hostess sing at the piano. If you’re wondering what the actress has been up to these days, on Saturday April 30 many gathered to support former “The Young and the Restless” alum Patty Weaver (Gina Romalotti, 1984 to 2013) at Nuspace in Los Angeles, California as she unveiled her art collection. Among the guests were Jerry Douglas (John Abbott) and co-creator of “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “Y&R” Lee Phillip Bell (wife of the late William J. Bell). Numerous dreamscape pieces were on display at the ‘Unscripted’ event and fans can view Patty Weaver’s art and read what inspired her to create each piece on her website. After leaving acting, and having spent years in the fictional world of television and film, Weaver learned to paint in her studio through her own visions. Prior to “Y&R,” her first stint in daytime was on “Days of our Lives” in 1976 as Trish Clayton, a role she played until 1982.

Michael Nouri and JoBeth Williams guest-star on Heartbeat.
Veteran actors Michael Nouri and JoBeth Williams will turn up in the new NBC medical drama “Heartbeat,” based on the real life of world-renowned heart-transplant surgeon Dr. Kathy Magliato. In the episode titled “Match Game,” family secrets threaten a father and daughter and an unexpected kidney donor appears for Alex’s (Melissa George) father. Tune in at 8:00 PM on Wednesday May 11. Nouri is recognized in daytime for his roles as Caleb Cortlandt on “All My Children” (2010 to 2011), Elliott Hampton on “The Young and the Restless” (2004) and Steve Kaslo on “Search for Tomorrow” (1975 to 1978). Williams will always be remembered as the mom in 1982’s “Poltergeist” and played Brandy Schlooe prior to that on “Guiding Light” from 1977 to 1981.

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– Amy Mistretta