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DAYS Stars Shine at NBCUniversal Press Tour All-Star Party

Days of our Lives stars Kristian Alfonso (pictured above), Alison Sweeney, Galen Gering and Lisa Rinna appeared at the NBCUniversal Press Tour All-Star party on January 6, in Pasadena, California.  The event also featured soap alums Tia Carrere, Mark Valley and Matt Bomer. Carrere will appear in the upcoming season of Celebrity Apprentice. Valley stars in NBC’s legal drama Harry’s Law opposite of Kathy Bates, while Bomer leads USA’s White Collar. See more photos from the event after the jump!


Nathaniel Marston as a "Go To Guy" on USA's White Collar

Nathaniel Marston (ex-Eddie, ATWT; ex-Al/Michael, OLTL) popped up on last night's episode of USA Network's hit drama White Collar. In the episode entitled "Front Man" Marston portrayed a dangerous "go to guy" for VIP criminals who want something valuable moved. You can watch the episode online at USA Network.

Denise Vasi Guest Stars On White Collar

All My Children
"thespian" Denise Vasi snagged a guest spot on USA Network's new series White Collar this past Friday. In it, Vasi plays Cindy, the granddaughter of a wealthy socialite. The grandmother, played by the uber talented Diahann Carroll, houses a convicted con artist aiding the FBI. Sounds like something out of Vasi's daytime gig, doesn't it?

Tiffani Thiessen Pops Her (White) Collar With Matthew Bomer

The girl whose sexy, bad girl Valerie Malone helped this fan of the original Beverly Hills, 90210 quickly get over the loss of some chick named Brenda, is returning to TV. Tiffani Thiessen (Hold the mustard and the Amber.) has landed a role in the upcoming USA pilot White Collar playing the wife of a detective who specializes in what else, white collar crimes, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The lead gumshoe in question is played by none other than Guiding Light alum Matthew Bomer (Who so should have beat out that One Life to Live dude for the Superman role). I'm sure the seven people who still watch Guiding Light will recall Bomer as the guy who helped transition Fletcher Reade's sweet, goofy son Ben into a raging, psycho killer. That was back when the show actually wrote those type of characters off. Now, Ben would likely be the lead heartthrob, getting more airtime than Kim Zimmer in oddly homoerotic scenes where Ron Raines ties him to a chair, or Ben ties Marcy Rylan to a chair. Pick your perversion. READ MORE