Kelly Sullivan Celebrates Wedding in Las Vegas With Photo, Song Lyrics
Former Young and Restless actress ties the knot.
Actress Kelly Sullivan, who played Young and the Restless’ Sage Newman and Connie Falconeri/Kate Howard on General Hospital, took to her Instagram account to share very special news with her followers – she got married in Las Vegas on May 27. Sullivan posted a signed photo of her and her new husband, photographer and director, Eric Michael Roy, kissing at the Little Vegas Chapel captioned with the song lyrics from Something Good from The Sound of Music:
“Perhaps I had a wicked childhood, Perhaps I had a miserable youth, But somewhere in my wicked, miserable past, There must have been a moment of truth, For here you are, standing there, loving me, Whether or not you should. So somewhere in my youth or childhood, I must have done something good, Nothing comes from nothing, Nothing ever could. So somewhere in my youth or childhood, I must have done something good.”
Congratulations poured in below the post including from soap actors, Brandon Barash (Stefan DiMera, Days of our Lives; Johnny Zacchara, General Hospital), Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea Newman, Young and Restless; Annie Novak Chandler, All My Children), Tamara Braun (Kim Nero and ex-Carly Corinthos, General Hospital; Ava Vitali and Taylor Walker, Days of our Lives; Reese Walker, All My Children), Greg Rikaart (Kevin Fisher, Young and Restless; Leo Stark, Days of our Lives), Elizabeth Hendrickson (Margaux Dawson, General Hospital; Chloe Mitchell, Young and Restless), and Bradford Anderson (Damian Spinelli, General Hospital).
The actress left Young and Restless in 2016 when her character died in a car accident, and since then, Sullivan has appeared in Instakiller and currently has several other projects on the go including a horror film entitled Horror: 333.
Soaps.com extends congratulations and wishes Kelly Sullivan all the best in her new marriage.
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Perhaps I had a wicked childhood Perhaps I had a miserable youth But somewhere in my wicked, miserable past There must have been a moment of truth For here you are, standing there, loving me Whether or not you should So somewhere in my youth or childhood I must have done something good Nothing comes from nothing Nothing ever could So somewhere in my youth or childhood I must have done something good