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All My Children-related news from 2004
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) will continue to be a "valued member of As The World Turns," according to an official statement from As The World Turns' executive producer Christopher Goutman.
Daytime newcomer Natalia Cigliuti has been cast as All My Children's new Anita Santos Warner.
All My Children has finally found an actress to play the role of Danielle Frye, the daughter of acting Pine Valley Police Chief Derek Frye
and his ex-wife, Mimi Reed.
All My Children alum Richard Shoberg (Tom Cudahy
) will reprise his long-time time and Emmy nominated role in March.
Though seldom seen on-screen, Marc Menard's (Boyd Larraby
) days in Pine Valley are coming to a close.
Two time Emmy Award-winning actress, director, and producer Ellen Wheeler (ex-Cindy Chandler) has been named Executive Producer of Guiding Light
, effective immediately. Wheeler will replace outgoing EP John Conboy.
According to a show insider, All My Children execs may be contemplating a return to Pine Valley by Jake Martin.
According to network sources, Megan McTavish has inked a deal that will allow her to continue on as head writer of All My Children.
Soap opera newcomer Leven Rambin has landed the contract role of Lily Montgomery, Jack's adopted daughter.
Mark La Mura (Mark Dalton) reprises his role as Erica's half-brother in July. La Mura will return for a two-day engagement, part of a very special episode focusing on Erica Kane.
For several weeks, rumors of Marcy Walker
's (Liza Colby
) so-called impending exit from All My Children have quietly made their way around the Internet. Now, an article about these rumors has fanned the flames - and many are questioning if the Emmy-winning actress will, in fact, be leaving Pine Valley.
An ABC spokesperson has now confirmed that Marcy Walker
's (Liza Colby
) contract with All My Children has not been renewed. However, ABC Daytime Brian Frons says he hopes that Walker will continue with the show on a recurring basis.
Relative newcomer David Tom
(Paul Cramer) will be exiting One Life to Live within the next few weeks. His exit is expected to spark more crossovers between One Life to Live and All My Children
and, ultimately, bring about a resolution to the shows' baby-swapping storyline.
A spokesperson for Guiding Light has confirmed what Internet rumors have hinted at for a week now - Emmy-nominated Grant Aleksander
) has been let go from Guiding Light.
There is ongoing chatter in some B&B circles that the show is trying to recast the role of Felicia Forrester
. The character of Felicia was brought back to The Bold and the Beautiful in July when soap veteran Colleen Dion
(AMC's ex-Leslie Coulson
) reprised the role that she had previously created in 1992.
) makes what could very well be her final appearance on All My Children
this week. As reported previously by SoapCentral.com, Walker's contract with the show was not renewed.
An All My Children spokesperson has announced that Marcy Walker
) has agreed to return to All My Children on a recurring basis.
Little more than a month after word was handed down that Colleen Dion
) had been taken off contract because of "commuting" problems comes a statement by The Bold and the Beautiful that Dion will be exiting the show.
Though it has yet to be confirmed by the network, Soap Central has learned that Christian Campbell
) has been released from his contract with All My Children.
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