HomeTVNewsOne Life to Live’s Robert Gorrie: “Memories Go on ‘Shelves” Jillian Bowe November 12, 2013 7 Comments One Life to Live's Robert Gorrie (Matthew) has weighed in on Prospect Park "shelving' One Life to Live and All My Children. Gorrie tweeted: 7 Responses evermore November 12, 2013 He was great as Matthew and I think he’d be a great Dylan Quartermaine or Lucas Jones, too Log in to Reply angrierblackerman November 12, 2013 At least now some of the newbies will have something for their new acting reels! Log in to Reply TV Gord November 12, 2013 I don’t know him because I didn’t get to see the online shows, but I really like that idea…memories go on shelves. That fits with my philosophy perfectly, but I’ve never read it put that way before. That’s going to stay with me. Log in to Reply FoxCrane November 13, 2013 I generally agree with his “shelf” philosophy, but in his particular case, this memory would be more like a kid having attended summer camp as opposed to someone who’s been forced into early retirement after having had a long, stable career at the phone company. Log in to Reply TV Gord November 13, 2013 Sadly, people of his generation will likely never know the comfort of a long, stable career anywhere. Those days are pretty much over, but I don’t discount his feelings. His “normal” has been turned upside down just as much as any of us who are older. Log in to Reply n69n November 13, 2013 He’s a decent actor. I hope he, along with everyone else, books something soon. Log in to Reply ChrisGa November 13, 2013 Yeah, the OLTL reboot failed on more than one level but it did have one thing going for it and that was it’s younger set of actors. Gorrie, Kelley Missal(Dani) and especially Corbin Bleu(Jeffrey) were all great. Hopefully they won’t be out of work for long(well, I’m sure Bleu won’t). Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.