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All My Children-related news from 2005
It's impossible to keep up with all of the twists and turns from the world of soaps. Luckily, Soap Central has archived all the All My Children news from 2005.
Here are the news stories posted on Soap Central during 2005 that focus on All My Children or past and present AMC performers. To read any of the articles listed below, simply click on the appropriate link. To access articles from other years, click here.
Film legend and original All My Children cast member Ruth Warrick
) passed away on Saturday, January 15th at 12:15AM in her Manhattan home. Official reports list the cause of Ms. Warrick's death as complications from pneumonia. She was 88.
SOAPnet, the Disney-owned 24-hour cable soap channel, has announced plans to run a marathon of vintage All My Children episodes featuring original cast member and Daytime Emmy winner Susan Lucci
According to a posting on her official message board, Emmy nominated All My Children star Eden Riegel
) will be leaving the show next month.
Though it has been rumored for well over a year, Soap Central has learned that John Callahan
) will now officially be ending his 13-year run with All My Children.
Another high-profile star has been released from their contract with The Bold and the Beautiful. Soap Central has learned that Former All My Children star Sydney Penny
) has been bumped to recurring status.
A spokesperson for As the World Turns has confirmed that Emmy-winning actress Cady McClain
) will be exiting the show this spring. However, the show insists that "she'll be back."
Despite efforts to quiet them, the whispers that Eva LaRue
) will exit All My Children later this year are growing louder and louder. Rumors that LaRue might exit the show first surfaced when it was revealed that she and former co-star John Callahan
's (ex-Edmund Grey
) real life marriage was ending.
There are industry rumblings that All My Children star Bobbie Eakes
) is mulling an exit from the show. Though no one is speaking on the record, a show insider tells Soap Opera Central that the actress might seriously be considering a return to a former daytime gig.
Get ready for the latest rumor about Cady McClain
's (Rosanna Cabot
) future with As the World Turns. It seems that every few months or so, rumors begin circulating about whether or not the actress will be exiting the show she's called home since 2002. It didn't take long for the chatter to fuel rumors that McClain might be returning to her former job at All My Children
In a message on her official web site, Eva LaRue
) has confirmed a Soap Opera Central report that she will be leaving All My Children later this year. Rumors that LaRue might exit the show have been circulating for several months. In fact, the actress reportedly told show execs earlier this year to start planning her character's exit.
Though the news has yet to be confirmed by a show spokesperson, Soap Central has learned that Keith Hamilton Cobb
, AMC) will be exiting the show later this month.
Though unconfirmed by the networks, the rumors that Emmy-nominated Rebecca Budig
) is leaving All My Children are growing louder. In fact, there are now published reports confirming her exit.
) will reprise the role of Mimi later this month - and she won't be returning alone. Headley's character is, of course, the mother of the lately-unseen Danielle Frye and former wife of Derek Frye.
Veteran soap performer Marj Dusay
) has revealed that she will exit Guiding Light later this year, and she will not continue on a recurring basis.
Soap opera veteran Brian Gaskill
will join the cast of As the World Turns later this summer. Gaskill appeared as Bobby Warner
on All My Children from 1995 through 1997.
For the past 15 years, William Christian (Derek Frye
) has played police officer Derek Frye on All My Children. But come later this month, Christian will be out and another actor will take over the long-time AMC role.
For the past few years, All My Children fans have remarked on the conspicuous lack of story for two-time Emmy winner Julia Barr
). Now as the actress' current contract comes to an end, many are wondering if the network won't take this opportunity to trim the actress' sizeable salary from its budget.
As previously reported by Soap Central, former AMC star Brian Gaskill
will join the cast of As the World Turns later this month. Until just recently, the character did not have a name and a first airdate was not available.
Newcomer Scott Kinworthy
) is out after less than two months with All My Children. His on-screen alter ego, however, will live on; the role is being recast and a new Josh is already in place.
This week, All My Children's Dragon will finally be slain. And with The Dragon's demise also comes the end of actor Lamman Rucker
's (Garret Williams
) run with the show.
Though it is still unconfirmed by ABC, Soap Central is again reporting that Rebecca Budig
) is poised to leave All My Children when her contract expires later this year. It was back in May
that Soap Central first reported that Budig had decided to leave the show.
Silent for months as rumors about her future were bandied about on Internet message boards and in soap opera magazines, Rebecca Budig
) has come forward to finally offer comment on reports that she will be exiting her role as All My Children's Greenlee Smythe.
He wanted to be a soap star - and now Alec Musser
) has had his stay in Pine Valley extended. The newcomer and reality contest winner has earned an extension to his contract.
) has signed a new contract with The Bold and the Beautiful. The terms of the deal were not made available. Harmon made his soap debut as Del Henry on All My Children.
Though it was initially unconfirmed by ABC, soapcentral.com has learned that Bobby Steggert
) has been let go by All My Children. The dismissal may explain why the character's storylines had been cut short in recent months.
Fans of for two-time Emmy winner Julia Barr
) can finally stop holding their breath. A message from the actress states that she will not be leaving All My Children. At least not yet.
Though no one at ABC is speaking officially, soapcentral.com has learned that William de Vry
) will be returning to All My Children in 2006. The news is now being confirmed on the actor's official web site.
All My Children has scored a major casting coup by luring two-time Emmy-winning actress Cady McClain
) back to the show. While optimistic fans have been hoping for McClain's return for several months, it wasn't until ABC issued a statement that they realized they'd been granted a "Christmas miracle."