HomeTagsComings & GoingsMichael Woods Comes to As the World Turns Luke Kerr June 9, 2009 6 Comments Former Passions star Michael Woods is coming to As The World Turns, according to Lynn Herring in an interview with TV Guide Magazine. Reportedly he has a connection to Herring’s character Audrey, the mother of Henry Coleman. So start flirting with all the male characters, baby! That’s one way to get some longevity. Steal somebody’s man! They’re bringing in Michael Woods [Passions] as someone attached to Audrey, a guy named Jay who wants money from her. I think maybe she got dough from killing off some husbands. She’s a survivor. And it’s really not clear what she wants from Henry. She just suddenly shows up in Oakdale. Related: Lynn Herring Joins ATWT: "GH Never Called" 6 Responses Llanview76 June 9, 2009 I have always wanted to see Mr. Woods act opposite Alexandra Neill. They were quite the couple back on TEXAS. Erik Log in to Reply appleridge June 9, 2009 Michael Woods was already on ATWT in 1998-99 as Alec Wallace, Eddie Silva’s dad. he was killed. Margo was arrested but Georgia actually did it. Log in to Reply Carol2 June 10, 2009 That was at a time when much of ATWT revolved around these controlling and cold men who were relative strangers to the audience (the other was Reid Hamilton, David Stenbeck with plastic surgery). I thought Michael Woods did a good job in the role, considering the material, but then I also thought he was hot, which probably influenced my opinion. Log in to Reply appleridge June 10, 2009 And Carol lets not forgot ATWT was written better back then with Lorraine Broderick at the helm. That girl needs to come back and write ATWT now. Log in to Reply AlistairCrane June 10, 2009 Um, it’s a big stretch calling this guy a former Passions “star”. He appeared in 5 episodes back in 2003, and even I had to look that up. Log in to Reply appleridge June 10, 2009 He played dr acklund and he was replaced by Roark Critchlow. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.