It looks as though Tristan Rogers (Colin) may not be the only one leaving The Young and the Restless. According to sources, Genie Francis (Genevieve) could be on her way out as well. Meanwhile, according to CBS Soaps In Depth, Sean Patrick Flannery (Sam), Eden Riegel (Heather) and Darius McCrary (Malcolm) are also being let go. Last night, Rogers announced on Twitter his character was departing Genoa City.
The Young and the Restless’ Eden Riegel was one of several celebrities who filmed a PSA to help bring awareness to the plight of homeless teens, many of whom are LGBT. Former Ugly Betty star Rebecca Romijn, The Good Wife’s Alan Cumming, actress Susan Sarandon and singers Pete Wentz and Cyndi Lauper also appeared in the spot for We Give a Damn.org. Watch it after the jump!
Join us in congratulating The Young and the Restless star Eden Riegel and her hubby, Imaginary Bitches creator Andrew Miller. In addition to celebrating Miller's sweet gig penning the pilot for The CW's Secret Circle, the pair has a new creative endeavor to be pumped about — they're pregnant! Riegel and Miller were introduced by her former All My Children co-star Cameron Mathison, who also happens to be Miller's best friend. The pair wed on Sept. 30, 2007. This will be their first child.
The Young and the Restless starlet Eden Riegel returns to ABC tonight in Castle, starring fellow Mouse House soaper Nathan Fillion. Riegel will be playing Rachel, the sister of tonight's murder victim. Castle airs at 9 pm C/10 EST!
The Young and the Restless’ Eden Riegel and Elizabeth Hendrickson pulled in the laughs at ACME Comedy Theatre this past weekend. On Friday, Riegel appeared in Unscripted Dream Role and on Saturday, Hendrickson hosted ACME Saturday Night. See more photos from their performances after the jump and be sure to check out Jamey's interview with both actresses here at Daytime Confidential. READ MORE
DC EXCLUSIVE: Eden Riegel and Elizabeth Hendrickson Dish Going From Kissing on AMC to Clawing on Y&R and Doing ACME Comedy Theatre Back-to-Back!By Jamey Giddens on July 16, 2010
They don't grow them any cuter or multi-talented than Eden Riegel and Elizabeth Hendrickson. We first fell in love with the duo when they were getting all sapphic and sweaty on All My Children as Bianca and her twin loves Frankie and Maggie (that is when Mainstream America wasn't looking!), then they made our sides almost split clean open from inappropriate laughter on the best web series ever, Imaginary Bitches. Now the real life friends with the benefit of combustible chemistry are squaring off as very hetero rivals Heather and Chloe on daytime's number one sudser, The Young and the Restless.
As if all those shared IMDB credits aren't enough, Riegel and Hendrickson will be appearing back-to-back this weekend at the hottest spot for sketch comedy and improv in Los Angeles, ACME Comedy Theatre (135 N. La Brea Ave
Hollywood, CA 90036). Tonight at 9 pm PST, the Riegel-icious one returns to ACME in Unscripted Dream Role. Then tomorrow night at 7 pm. PST, Hendrickson will host ACME Saturday Night. (Watch the shows streaming live here!)
I recently caught up with the two crazy, sexy, silly sirens to dish their ACME gigs. I also wanted to find out if they ever get sick of working with each other, the probability of them letting me produce an update of Laverne and Shirley starring them and, most importantly, who gets first dibs at getting to yell out the name "Ronan Malloy" (Jeff Branson) in the throes of unbridled passion in a suite at the Genoa City Athletic Club.
Daytime Confidential: I tell you what, you two just can't seem to do anything by yourselves! First you played star-crossed lesbian lovers on All My Children. Then you portrayed besties who talk to imaginary people (Well, at least one of you did!) on my fav-or-ite web series ever, Imaginary Bitches. To follow that up, you recently reunited on The Young and the Restless to scratch each others' eyes out over the same man. And NOW (takes breath), you're doing ACME back-to-back. Do either of you ever get sick of the other one? We certainly don't get sick of seeing you together!
Eden Riegel: That's really what we're going for. We like each other way too much, and we figure eventually we'll hit that saturation point. So far though, it hasn't been working so great. I still like the little whippersnapper, gosh darnit!
Elizabeth Hendrickson: Well, there aren't a lot of jobs available for actors these days soooo.... READ MORE