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One Life to Live's Robert Gorrie: "Memories Go on 'Shelves"




One Life to Live's Robert Gorrie (Matthew) has weighed in on Prospect Park "shelving' One Life to Live and All My Children. Gorrie tweeted:


Vincent Irizarry Heads to Homeland

Vincent Irizarry isn't letting a stall in All My Children's production keep him on the sidelines. Irizarry has landed a guest-starring role on the Showtime hit drama, Homeland.
 
Irizarry will play Capt. Lonza, a police officer caught up in an investigation involving Carrie (Claire Danes) and Quinn (Rupert Friend). Irizarry's airdate is slated for Nov. 10.

Homeland airs Sundays at 9 PM EST on Showtime.

Guiding Light Veteran Ron Raines Becomes a 'Person of Interest'




Guiding Light scene stealer Ron Raines is taking a bow from the theatre world, and heading to the small screen. Raines has landed a guest spot Oct. 8 on the CBS smash hit Person of Interest. Raines will play a character named Bruce Wellington. READ MORE

One Life to Live's Josh Kelly 'Unreal' Lifetime Pilot




Josh Kelly isn't letting One Life to Live being "shelved" keep him from booking work. Deadline is reporting the hunky actor has been cast alongside Shiri Appleby in the upcoming Lifetime pilot Unreal. READ MORE

All My Children's Thorsten Kaye to Guest on The Stafford Project


Add All My Children’s Thorsten Kaye to the list of actors heading to Michelle Stafford’s side-achingly funny web series, The Stafford Project. The show's official Twitter account announced Kaye will guest star in an upcoming episode. According to the tweet:

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All My Children's Jordan Lane Price Auditions For The X-Factor (VIDEO)


Before Jordan Lane Price (Celia) headed to Pine Valley, the soap newbie tried her hand at singing. The All My Children star was featured on The X-Factor Wednesday night auditioning with her group Drama Drama.

Price and her four friends sang their lil’ hearts out to judges Simon Cowell, Kelly Rowland, Demi Lovato, and Paulina Rubio, but was it enough? Let’s just say Simon and Co. won’t be calling them to perform at Radio City Music Hall. Watch the audition after the jump!

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