Former Guiding Light and As the World Turns' star Tom Pelphrey is joining the cast of the Off-Broadway production of In God’s Hat, according to Theater Mania.
In the play, Pelphrey plays Roy, who is reunited with his older brother, Mitch, who has been in prison for many years. Roy goes from meek to psychotic after a pair of Nazis invades his brother's hotel room. "They are spending their first night after Mitch's release in a hotel, and soon, the stakes are very high," says Pelphrey. "If the Coen brothers and Sam Shepard wrote a play together, I think this would be it."
According to NJ.com, former As the World Turns and Guiding Light star Tom Pelphrey has won the New Jersey Obie for Best Actor in a Play, recognizing his work in My Italy Story at the Mile Square Theatre in Hoboken.
"Best Actor: Tom Pelphrey ('My Italy Story,' Mile Square Theatre, Hoboken). The noted soap star ('The Guiding Light') told of being in the middle of a warring Italian-American family. The lengths he went to in order to restore peace resulted in a fascinating journey and performance.''
Former Guiding Light and As The World Turns star Tom Pelphrey has snagged a guest role on CBS's hit drama The Good Wife. No word on the actor's role. Pelphrey's episode airs tonight at 10pm EST.
Carly (Maura West) watches Jack (Michael Park) and Janet (Julie Pinson) get closer. Lily (Noelle Beck) questions Holden (Jon Hensley) about what could have happened to Damian (Paolo Seganti). Paul (Roger Howarth) threatens Barbara (Colleen Zenk Pinter) at gunpoint and Mick (Tom Pelphrey) attacks a cop for Alison (Marnie Schulenburg). Check out next week's promo for As the World Turns after the jump. READ MORE
As the World Turns fans take note. Anthony Herrera made his first appearance as notorious villian James Stenbeck on February 1, 1980. Since then, Oakdale's baddest bad guy has lived and died more than his alotted nine lives.
There really isn't anything Stenbeck hasn't done over the past three decades— bribery, blackmail, kidnapping, murder, you name it. His favorite sport however, has been tormenting ex-wife Barbara (Colleen Zenk Pinter) and their son Paul (Roger Howarth). READ MORE