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One Life to Live-related news from 2012
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 One Life to Live news from 2012.
Here are the news stories posted on Soap Central during 2012 that focus on One Life to Live or past and present OLTL performers. To read any of the articles listed below, simply click on the appropriate link. To access articles from other years, click here.
Several residents of Llanview, Pennsylvania, are about to set up shop in Port Charles. Four One Life to Live actors have been hired for a new storyline that will play out on General Hospital in the months ahead.
One Life to Live alum Hillary B. Smith will be doling out advice as a therapist on The Bold and the Beautiful. The Emmy-winning actress, who played OLTL's Nora for 20 years, will play a newly created role beginning next month.
One Life to Live star Kristen Alderson will be setting up shop on General Hospital for the long haul. Alderson announced on Twitter that she has signed a long-term contract with ABC's last-remaining soap. She'll first air in February.
One Life to Live favorite Florencia Lozano is headed to General Hospital, according to a report. Lozano will portray her OLTL character, Téa Delgado. Lozano first appeared as Téa in 1997.
The Bold and the Beautiful will introduce its first gay couple later this spring. Soap vet Crystal Chappell has been hired to play Danielle, one of Caroline Spencer's two moms. Chappell has appeared on Days of our Lives, Guiding Light, and One Life to Live.
Emmy winner Heather Tom will welcome her first child later this year. Tom and husband James Anchor married last year. Tom has also appeared on The Young and the Restless and One Life to Live.
Blair Cramer will make another visit to Port Charles, New York. Emmy-nominated actress Kassie DePaiva will again reprise her One Life to Live role on General Hospital this summer.
Emmy-nominated One Life to Live star Kassie DePaiva will be making another appearance on General Hospital later this year. The news, first reported by a popular soap columnist, seems to indicate that DePaiva's stint could last more than just a few days. DePaiva made her debut as Blair on OLTL in 1993.
Last year, B&B's Scott Clifton picked up a long-overdue Emmy. In 2012, the actor has an even more important addition to his life: a new wife. Clifton and Nicole Lampson married earlier this month and then took off for Paris. Clifton has also appeared on One Life to Live and General Hospital.
Emmy winner Heather Tom and husband James have added a "plus one" to their family. The couple welcomed their first child, Zane Alexander, on October 28. Tom has appeared on One Life to Live, All My Children, and The Young and the Restless, in addition to The Bold and the Beautiful.
One Life to Live's Kamar de los Reyes will be heading to television sets and movie screens in the weeks and months ahead. The actor appears as a villain in a new video game release, and he's set to appear in a first-of-its-kind action film.
Former One Life to Live star Scott Evans was arrested for allegedly trying to purchase drugs from an undercover police officer. Evans was one-half of OLTL's Kish, one of the most popular same-sex couples in soap history
In what may be seen by some as a Christmas miracle and by others as a resurfacing of the Grinch, plans to move All My Children and One Life to Live to the Internet are apparently back on. Prospect Park, which licensed the two soaps from ABC, is again reviving plans to move the soaps online.
As the final hours of 2012 tick down, 2013 may, for the first time in nearly a decade, see an increase in the number of soap operas being produced. Prospect Park continues to move forward with its plans to reboot All My Children and One Life to Live.
Though the company has issued no formal statement, reports continue to come forward regarding Prospect Park's plans to relaunch One Life to Live and All My Children on the Internet. The OLTL reboot reportedly now has an executive producer.