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As The World Turns-related news from 2000
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Nathaniel Marston (Eddie) has recently been given an ACD, adjourned contemplation of dismissal, for the alleged assault of an ATM in Manhattan. This means that if he behaves himself for six months, with no problems or arrests, the complaint against him simply goes away.
Soap vet Fiona Hutchison (ex-Jenna, Guiding Light; ex-Gabrielle, One Life to Live) will join the cast of As The World Turns in the short-term role of Celia, Simon Frazier's sister.
Hogan Sheffer has been appointed the new head writer of As the World Turns, it was announced today by Mary Alice Dwyer-Dobbin, Executive-in-Charge of Production for Procter & Gamble Productions, owner and producer of the CBS daytime drama, and Christopher Goutman, the show's executive producer.
Fans of the popular duo Michael Park (Jack Snyder) and Maura West (Carly Tenney) may have something to be upset about. Both actors' contracts are up this year, and despite rumors, neither has re-signed to stay on with the show.
Hunt Block finds himself in the unusual situation of setting up shop on a third soap opera in less than a year. He's been cast as Craig Montgomery.
If everything goes according to plans, actress Colleen Zenk Pinter will soon be celebrating a milestone on As The World Turns. Pinter, who portrays Barbara Ryan, recently reupped her contract with the CBS soap for another three years.
Though nothing is set in stone, Jensen Buchanan is slated to make a return trip to Oakdale. From 1991 though the 1999 series finale, Buchanan played Another World
's Victoria McKinnon
General Hospital and Days of our Lives veteran Mary Beth Evans will be returning to daytime television beginning December 26th.