HomeTagsComings & GoingsSimpsons Actress Gets Restless Jillian Bowe February 4, 2009 Comings & Goings, The Young and The Restless, The Young and the Restless Spoilers 6 Comments SOAPnet.com is reporting that actress Marcia Wallace has been snagged by The Young and the Restless. Wallace will play Annie Wilkes, who is going to be a threat to the grand dame of Genoa City, Katherine Chancellor (Jeanne Cooper). Wallace’s screen debut is Feb. 16. Fans may know the actress from her roles on The Bob Newhart Show as Carol Kester Bondurant, Mrs. Carruthers on Full House and more notably, the voice of no nonsense teacher Mrs. Krabappel on The Simpsons. 6 Responses Camp is not a sustainable model February 4, 2009 Okay so Y&R is doing it up with Stunt casting and all. They are making some smooth moves….But there is one move they seem to be avoiding like the plague and I have to call it out…The one move that would put this whole show together and the puzzle would be complete if only they just got their acts together and egos in check and brought back the lovely and talented actress who goes by the name of VICTORIA ROWELL. Then maybe the African Americans characters can be in sync, Phyllis can held accountable for her actions by someone who knows her games all to well and is not afraid to take her to task, and Snowflake aka Sharon can have her best-friend back so they can sit around and shop it up talking about Phyllis. Dru would do everything in her power to make sure that Sharon got her man…lol Log in to Reply GossipGirl February 4, 2009 I guess she was the literal interpretation of Sideshow Bob. Log in to Reply season1217 February 4, 2009 That’s harsh, GossipGirl!:) Log in to Reply GossipGirl February 4, 2009 LMAO…I just couldn’t help myself! Log in to Reply Doobiekat February 4, 2009 I wonder if she’s going to have a pet pig named MISERY???????? Log in to Reply snizzle February 4, 2009 Is this a joke? Why couldn’t YR keep Don Diamont or bring back Victoria Rowell? Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.