A Bunch of OLTL Tidbits (News)
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|Wed, 09-22-2010 - 2:10pm|
New Role at ONE LIFE
ONE LIFE TO LIVE is also busy in the casting department. The show is looking for an actress to play the contract role of Aubrey, a beautiful, sexy Caucasian woman in her mid 20s-30s. "Aubrey's proper breeding masks her free-spirited nature," reads the description of her.
Lozano on OLTL's Big Reveal
OLTL viewers were understandably thrown when Téa was revealed to be alive at the end of the 9/17 episode, after her alleged demise in August. "It's nice not to have to keep that secret anymore," chuckles portrayer Florencia Lozano, who stayed mum on Téa's true fate and admits that even she didn't know at one point if her character would survive. "There were many times where I didn't know and there was totally the possibility that she was going to die," she tells Soap Opera Digest. Now that it's been explained that Eli forced Greg to fake Téa's death, Lozano urges viewers to stay tuned. "There are some good twists that are going to happen," she promises. "A lot of s---'s gonna down down." For an extended interview with the actress, be sure to check out upcoming issues of Digest and Soap Opera Weekly.
John Wesley Shipp Cast at OLTL
Soap Opera Digest has just learned that John Wesley Shipp has been cast in the role of Eddie, the much-mentioned bad dad of the Ford brothers. Known for his long-running role as Mitch on DAWSON'S CREEK, soap fans will also remember Shipp as evil Doug from 1985-86 on AS THE WORLD TURNS and hunky Kelly on GUIDING LIGHT from 1980-84. Look for Eddie to start making trouble in Llanview in early November.
It's a Boy for OLTL's Bree Williamson
Soap Opera Digest congratulates OLTL's Bree Williamson (Jessica) and husband Michael Roberts, who welcomed son McGreggor Edward Roberts on Sept. 21. The baby weighed in at 7 pounds, 4 ounces.