Justin Bruening

Justin Bruening Snags Guest Star Role On CSI: New York


According to We Love Soaps, Justin Bruening has snagged a guest spot on CSI: New York. So far Bruening's role and airdate on the hit CBS procedural is being kept under wraps. CSI: New York returns for season 8 on Sept 23 at 9 PM EST on CBS.

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Y&R's Billy "Killer" Miller Joins Sarah Michelle Gellar's Ringer!

 




As if we didn't already have incentive enough to watch The CW's upcoming sudser Ringer. Not only are Sarah Michelle Gellar in the titular role, er roles and Gellar's fellow All My Children alum Justin Brueing playing her love interest, now comes news of one of the best actors currently in daytime joining the cast. READ MORE

Michelle Stafford to Guest on Gellar's Ringer



The CW's Sarah Michelle Gellar vehicle Ringer keeps pouring in more suds. According to Fancast's Sara Bibel, actor Kristoffer Polaha (who plays Henry in the series) revealed at The CW's TCA party that The Young and the Restless minx Michelle Stafford has booked a guest star appearance on the upcoming thriller. READ MORE

Ya Heard It Here First: Alexa Havins and Justin Bruening's All My Children Returns CONFIRMED!




Y'all are gonna start listening to Uncle Jamey when he tries to tell you something! ABC Daytime is confirming what was first hinted right here on Daytime Confidential last week, Torchwood: Miracle Day star Alexa Havins and real-life hubby Justin Bruening (Knight Rider) are returning to All My Children this fall!

From the press release:

Real life couple and fan favorites Alexa Havins (Arabella “Babe” Carey Chandler) and Justin Bruening (Jamie Martin) return to ABC’s daytime drama “All My Children” this September.

Havins was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in 2005 for her role as Babe Chandler, whom she played from 2003 to 2007. In 2008 Babe suffered injuries after a series of tornadoes hit Pine Valley, which ended in her death. Bruening took over the role of Jamie Martin, Tad and Brooke’s son on “All My Children,” in 2003. When he departed the show in 2007, his character left to work at an AIDS clinic in Africa. Both actors will return in several episodes, scheduled to begin airing this September.

“All My Children” has been hallmarked for its iconic brand of humor and satire, and has been prized with more than 30 Daytime Emmy Awards over the past four decades, including the three-time top honor of Outstanding Drama Series. Praised for its socially conscious foundation, the show has been at the forefront of such issues as AIDS, rape, abortion, alcoholism, spousal abuse and racial bias, among others.

Created by Agnes Nixon, “All My Children” premiered on the ABC Television Network on January 5, 1970, as a half-hour show; seven years later it expanded to an hour. Julie Hanan Carruthers is executive producer with Lorraine Broderick as head writer. “All My Children” is produced in Los Angeles and airs MONDAY-FRIDAY (1:00-2:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.

It's so cool that so many of All My Children's big name alums haven't forgotten where they came from. Watch a clip of Havins and Bruening's AMC characters Babe and Jamie meeting for the time after the jump.
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And Baby Makes Three For AMC Alums, Bruening and Havins



Congratulations to former All My Children stars and real-life husband and wife Alexa Havins (ex-Babe) and Justin Bruening (ex-Jamie) on the birth of their first child. The couple who met, fell in love and got engaged on the set of the sudser, welcomed a baby girl on August 10, according to ABC Soaps in Depth.

"Justin and his wife Alexa had their baby girl at 1:43 p.m. She weighed in at 7 lbs., 7 oz., and was 20 inches long," reports a spokesperson for Bruening and Havins.
 

Havins and Bruening named their daughter Lexington Grace. Again, congrats to the family!

Expect Big Name Returns with AMC Move

Since word of All My Children moving to L.A. broke fans have been speculating about which L.A. based ex AMC stars might return. Soap Opera Digest is reporting All My Children fans can expect several big names to return.

A high-placed show source says to expect the returns of multiple L.A.-based AMC alums, "three-to-four big names, maybe more." Hints one high-profile alum, "I always said I would have stayed on the show forever if it was in L.A."

If they are L.A. based, who would you like to return to AMC?