As the World Turns
Former As the World Turns and Guiding Light star James Rebhorn has died at the age of 65 from melanoma. Rebhorn portrayed Bradley Raines on GL and Angus Oliver on AWT.
This Sunday, March 16, the new drama Crisis premieres on NBC. It stars primetime heavy hitters Gillian Anderson and Dermot Mulroney, but a trailer featuring daytime A-lister Martha Byrne wearing a suicide vest has garnered over 900,00 hits on YouTube. The As The World Turns and General Hospital )alum previewed her character's (Marie Wirth) arc on Crisis, shared her thoughts on why the serialized show is not a soap, and revealed which daytime characters keep her tuning in to all four soaps.
“The show is about a bus filled with the children of the elite of Washington D.C.,” explains Byrne. "They’re on a field trip and the kidnapper is there on the bus and all the kids get taken off the bus. One-by-one, they ask the parents of the children to do these terrible things to get their children back to get information for the kidnappers.” READ MORE
How far would you go to save your child? NBC's Crisis is about to explore just such a topic.
The Peacock Network has released a clip of the midseason drama, which features As The World Turns and General Hospital veteran Martha Byrne. Crisis centers on the children of Washington D.C.'s power players, who are taken hostage during a school trip. Take a look at Byrne playing Marie Wirth, a mother pushed to brink, after the jump! READ MORE
Former As The World Turns star Spencer Grammer has been cast in the ABC comedy pilot Saint Francis. Per Deadline, the sitcom focuses on Long Island cop Francis Quinlan (Michael Imperioli), whose life is thrown a loop when his free-spirited sister Heather (Grammer) becomes pregnant out of wedlock.
Orphan Black and former As the World Turns star Dylan Bruce is reprising the role of Bart Winslow in the upcoming Flowers in the Attic sequel Petals on the Wind, according to The Hollywood Reporter.