Spend Christmas with The Bold and the Beautiful's Jacob Young
Posted Thursday, August 08, 2019 12:33:22 PM
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Soap alum Jacob Young (ex-Rick Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful; ex-Lucky Spencer, General Hospital; ex-J.R. Chandler, All My Children) has landed a Lifetime holiday flick.

Nobody does a sexy, brooding soap opera character like Jacob Young, who's known for portraying The Bold and the Beautiful's Rick Forrester, General Hospital's Lucky Spencer, and All My Children's J.R. Chandler. But as his fans know, he's an actor who can wear many hats -- and the cap he's donning next has everyone ready for the holidays.

Young has booked the role of Mark in the upcoming Lifetime film The Road Home for Christmas, which is being directed by Peter Sullivan, produced by Brian Nolan, and edited by Randy Carter.

The holiday flick follows two rival musicians -- Lindsay (Marla Sokoloff) and Wes (Rob Mayes) -- who perform in a dueling piano show but suddenly find themselves without a gig on Christmas Eve. With nothing else to do, the pair go on a drive and find themselves saving a nativity party, surviving a snowstorm, and performing onstage in Nashville with a celebrity singer (played by Marie Osmond).

Being that Young is an accomplished singer-songwriter himself, his role in this holiday film seems like a natural fit. He frequently releases country music, including his latest tune, which you can hear in the Instagram video below.

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When two creative minds come together this IS the result! So humbled and greatful for @thestevefreeman his collaborative efforts and artistry are second to none! #producer #countrymusic #speghettiwestern #yellowstone #friendship #songwriters @kevincostnermodernwest

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Lifetime's The Road Home for Christmas is set to make its premiere on Saturday, October 26, at 8PM.

What do you think about Jacob Young booking a role in Lifetime's The Road Home for Christmas? What do you think about his latest film? How much do you miss seeing the actor starring on a daytime show? We want to hear from you -- and there are many ways you can share your thoughts.

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