A recent skit shown on The Jimmy Fallon Show boasts some major soap star power with not one but two daytime alums who have gone on to find serious post-soap success: The Young and the Restless' Justin Hartley (ex-Adam Newman) and General Hospital's Demi Moore (ex-Jackie Templeton).
The celebrities appeared alongside Fallon and singer/music producer Mark Ronson in a "Cue Card Cold Read" of a 1980's law commercial. All four struggled not to burst out laughing during the hysterical skit, which is gut-busting indeed.
"Jimmy, @JustDemi, @MarkRonson & @JustinHartley revisit an improv-style commercial they starred in back in the '80s during their little-known law careers in Cue Card Cold Read," teased the nighttime series along with the video clip, which can be viewed below.
Jimmy, @JustDemi, @MarkRonson & @JustinHartley revisit an improv-style commercial they starred in back in the '80s during their little-known law careers in Cue Card Cold Read #FallonLIVE pic.twitter.com/SFc7kZ1bMd— Fallon Tonight (@FallonTonight) September 25, 2019
Justin Hartly got his start in soap operas playing the role of Passions' Fox Crane from 2002 to 2006. He took on the role of legacy The Young and the Restless character Adam Newman in 2014, and played the fan-favorite role until 2016, when he was cast on the NBC series This is Us.
Demi Moore got her first major break into acting at the age of 19, when she landed the role of reporter Jackie Templeton on GH, which she played from 1982 to 1983. The actress later went on to star in films like St. Elmo's Fire, Ghost, Indecent Proposal, Disclosure, and G.I. Jane. Moore just released a memoir titled Inside Out, which you can read more about here.
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