Brett Claywell

Monday's One Life to Live: Soap Done Good

There are very few times anymore in which one episode of a soap opera makes me realize why I truly still love this genre. Monday's episode of One Life to Live did just that. READ MORE

Kish Kiss Spoiler Pic From One Life to Live!!!

Get ready to swoon Kish lovers! Next week is the one you've been waiting for, as Kyle (Bretty Claywell) and Fish's (Scott Evans) tumultuous boy-boy romance comes to a head at mayoral candidate Dorian Lord's (Robin Strasser) Big Gay Wedding on One Life to Live. We're hearing the Friday, Nov. 6 episode is Must See Soap Opera! Check out this spoiler pic, courtesty of ABC. WATCH ONE LIFE TO LIVE!

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Scott Evans on Kish: "Something Always Comes Up"

In an interview with TV Guide Magazine, Scott Evans talks about One Life to Live's Kish making it "official."

Let’s get back to “Kish.” They’re going to give it a go as a couple but Roxy [Ilene Kristen] tries to rush things by urging them to marry with the rest of the couples.

[Laughs] The guys both realize they should probably go on a date first. After everything that’s gone on between them, there’s no way they’re about to put a ring on it just yet. But, yeah, they decide to be a couple and even that won’t be easy because something always comes up—no pun intended. Kyle is a med student on call, Fish is a cop on call, so it’ll be tough to schedule a relationship. It’ll be frustrating for the fans who’ve been waiting so long for them to get together but, eventually, they’ll get what they want. We gotta take it one step at a time. I hope we’re shattering [the notion] that gay guys can’t wait to get into bed. That’s a stereotype. They’ll be spending time together when they can. He comes over to Fish’s place for Thanksgiving. It’s all very, very sweet. It’ll be nice to see the relationship develop.

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Who do you want Kyle (Brett Claywell) to be with?

First Impressions: Nicholas Rodriguez as OLTL's Nick

What are your First Impressions of Nicholas Rodriguez as Kyle's possible love interest Nick? More pictures from today's episode of One Life to Live after the jump. READ MORE

Brett Claywell Discusses Kish

One Life to Live's Brett Claywell visited with After Elton about whether or not he had reservations playing Kyle Lewis, the popular Kish pairing and how his family reacted when they found what the role required.

AE: How did you feel about it? Did you have any reservations?

BC: I think, naturally, the history there was definitely something that I had to take some time and think about. There's a lot that goes with it, because after a year, I've lived through some things and have some connection with the character.

You start going through a lot of the same emotions I'm sure a man coming out and realizing that he actually is gay, there's a lot of emotions you go through as an actor to play that role. When the things are coming out of your mouth, listening to what you're saying and the emotions you're feeling towards another man, even when it comes down to the phone call to your father saying, "Dad, I have to play a gay man. This is what you're going to see me portraying on television."
There are some similarities between that and a gay man calling his father and coming out to him. I wouldn't say there were hesitations at all. I’m just the kind of guy who likes to invest himself as completely as possible in a role, and I don't take it lightly. Therefore, I would say there were less reservations, and more experiences I lived through to be more comfortable in it.