Signy Coleman

Soap Stars Bring Glamour to Fourth Annual Indie Soap Awards (PHOTOS)

One Life to Live’s Florencia Lozano and As the World Turns’ Martha Byrne were among the soap stars who helped celebrate the  Fourth Annual Indie Soap Awards on February 19 in New York City.  See more photos of ATWT, Guiding Light, Days of Our Lives  and OLTL favorites, and the cast of DeVanity, after the jump. READ MORE

Signy Coleman Reprises Ghostly Hope For Young and Restless

 

Will Adam's (Michael Muhney) mother set him straight? Soap Opera Digest is reporting Signy Coleman is reprising her role as Hope Wilson on The Young and the Restless. According to the magazine, Adam will start to revisit his past and will see his deceased mother. Coleman's airdated is scheduled for Feb. 17.

 

This Looks Hot: Check Out The Peeps Behind Soapy Web Drama River Ridge!

 




Secrets of a Small Town. Our pals over at We Love Soaps TV have an interview up with the creative spirits behind the upcoming web drama River Ridge. Listening to creator Tyler Ford talk about his product is crazy inspiring. Dude knows his shiz!

River Ridge stars such bold face daytime names as Signy Coleman (who also serves as an executive producer for the vehicle), Julie Pinson, Beth EhlersShannon Sturges and Jon Prescott. According to the synopsis, the serial is "the interwoven kaleidoscope of the residents of a small east coast town and their familiar and relatable circumstances are explored in the socially conscious drama series River Ridge." Uh, yeah...sign me up!

  Thanks to @So Superlous for reminding me about what looks to be a red-hot webisoap via Twitter. Speaking of Twitter, follow the series @RiverRidgeTV and "like" them on Facebook. Watch the WLS-TV interview with the River Ridge denizens after the jump! READ MORE

Signy Coleman and Raya Meddine Return to The Young and the Restless For Holiday Episode

It’s been a while since The Young and the Restless fans watched Signy Coleman and Raya Meddine on their TV screens. That’s about to change. On December 23, the actresses will reprise their roles as Victor Newman’s (Eric Braeden) dearly departed wives Hope and Sabrina. According to Entertainment Weekly, Hope and Sabrina will appear as spirits to Victor in a special A Christmas Carol-inspired episode.