Michael Fairman

Michelle Stafford: "There Was This Post Saying 'I Think Michelle Stafford Is Ugly. What Do You Think?'"


Michael Fairman has just published another excellent interview on his site. He talks to powerhouse actress Michelle Stafford about the Phyllis/Nick/Sharon dynamic on The Young and the Restless and how she’d like to see Phyllis handle the situation. Perhaps more surprising is what The Stafford discovered after following Lynn Marie Latham's advice to check out the internet message boards.

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Phyllis didn’t think Sharon was a strong or worthy opponent. She didn’t think Sharon was very smart. In her head, she knew Sharon was a tramp. This is all in Phyllis head. This is not how I feel. I really want the “Shick” and “Phick” fans to know I am speaking from my character’s viewpoint. Phyllis thinks that Sharon is a tramp and really needy, and goes to the only man she knows that can help her. She can’t stand on her own. So she is enjoying saying, “Look, see? She is being the person I knew she was.”

OLTL'S Bree Williamson To Michael Fairman: "It Was Awful!"

One Life To Live star Bree Williamson (Jessica) recently had a chat with Michael Fairman about her alter ego's reign of terror. The actress also discussed her take on dueling sisters storyline with Jessica and Natalie (Melissa Archer).

MICHAEL: We learned awhile back, the awful truth that Jessica did want harm to come to her sister Natalie, and that was not just Tess wanting that. Did you know that it was going to be written that way? Jessica just stood back and let all of the awful torture that Tess did to Natalie and Jared happen!

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Eric Braeden to Michael Fairman:"Cut Down On Hiring New Actors"


Once again Michael Fairman from On Air On Soaps has gotten the 411 on your favorite soaps and their stars. The soap journalist had a no holds bard chat with The Young and the Restless ac Eric Braeden (Victor) and asked him about the firing of Don Diamont (Brad).

MICHAEL: What are your thoughts on Don Diamont (Brad) being ‘let go’, since he had been part of the Genoa City canvas for so long?

ERIC:I was very sad about that, to be quite frank with you. He did some of his best work in the last months, where he played the ‘shifty’ guy and the bad guy and you don’t know quite what he is up to. I think he played that extremely well. I always think that’s a mistake to let people go that have been part of the fabric as long as he has been. Furthermore, he was related to people on the show, and personally, I think those things are a mistake. If you want to want to save money, then cut down on hiring new actors. READ MORE

OLTL's Tuc Watkins to Michael Fairman: "It's Six Years Later!"

On-Air On-Soaps sleuth Michael Fairman sat down with and got a lil' dirt from One Life to Live scene stealer Tuc Watkins (David) on the revelation that his character is the long lost son of Texas bad boy millionaire Asa Buchanan (Phil Carey):

MICHAEL:

Will David finally find out this time out, that he is really Asa Buchanan’s son?

TUC:

You know, they have been teasing this story for eternity. Talk about dragging out a story! Even by soap terms, it’s taking a long time. I remember when the previous head writer was there and I went back under contract for three years starting in 2003. They told me, “We are going to reveal you are Asa Buchanan’s son.” I thought,” That’s cool, because he is the patriarch of the show, and that means I will be working a lot!” Well, I tell you now, it is going to be revealed, but it is six years later! This is 2009! READ MORE

Young and Restless Supercouple Case and Morrow React to Diamont's Exit



Looks like Joshua Morrow (Nick) and Sharon Case (Sharon) are as sad to see veteran actor Don Diamont (Brad) exit The Young and the Restless as we are. The ageless supercouple recently talked with Michael Fairman for an interview with TV SOAP Australia and the subject of Diamont's departure came up. Here's what Morrow had to say:

I think it's a big loss, Don is part of the old guard. He is like a piller there. What ever translates on the screen as his character, in real life, he is one of the most giving, considerate people on the planet. It's tough. He has a big family. Story-wise in daytime the landscape is changing, and every show is going to make difficult decisions, and it will make people upset and sad, and they could lose their jobs. It is so unfortunate that it happened to Don. He is a guy that I respect and I am saddended by this."

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I'm Not a Gay Doctor But I Play One on TV



Soap journo Michael Fairman just posted a revealing interview with Adam Grimes (Dr. Kyle Julian, General Hospital: Night Shift) at MichaelFairmanSoaps.com. The Q&A comes just in time for tonight's season finale of the much-acclaimed SOAPnet series. Fairman caught up with soap's newest sensation for his "Soaps and the City"/AIDS Walk Los Angeles interview series. Click here to find out if Grimes thought Kyle fell too quickly for Chad Allen's Eric and for juicy sneak peeks about tonight's episode. The season finale of General Hospital: Night Shift airs tonight at 11 PM EST/10PM C.