Will a newcomer send Y&R's Neil to jail?

Posted Monday, March 23, 2015 4:09:29 PM
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Will a newcomer send Y&R's Neil to jail?

Ryan Caltagirone debuts this week as the attorney who has the power to send the Winters patriarch to the slammer.

If you think the hurt that Hilary (Mishael Morgan) dished out to The Young the Restless' Neil (Kristoff St. John) was a world of pain, wait until you see what his newest challenge presents.

Ryan Caltagirone debuts as Winston Mobley, a tough-as-nails attorney, on Tuesday, March 24 -- and it seems that Mr. Mobley is the type of adversary that will have Neil shaking in his boots, especially considering his goal is to put the former executive behind bars for his part in the death of Christine's (Lauralee Bell) unborn baby.

"Winning this, putting Neil away, will add another feather in his cap," head writer Charles Pratt Jr. told Soap Opera Digest of Winston's motives. "He is confident and focused, and as a result, is Neil's worst enemy."

Will Neil be able to stand his ground in the face of this latest challenge? And will Hilary do her damnedest to protect her former spouse from even more pain? Looks like viewers will have to wait and find out, but Morgan did tease to SOD that Hilary "will go to any lengths to get what she wants -- and that includes Neil's freedom."

Caltagirone studied theater at San Diego State University and has had roles on Love Struck and The Flip Side, as well as guest-starring roles on shows like Hot In Cleveland, Criminal Minds, and Bones.

What do you think of Ryan Caltagirone being cast as Winston? Would you like to see Neil face punishment for the accident that killed Christine's baby? Or do you think the poor guy's already been punished enough? We want to hear from you -- and there are many ways you can share your thoughts.

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