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Booked and Busy: B&B's Kristolyn Lloyd to Star in Broadway Revival of 1776

Kristolyn Lloyd

The Bold and the Beautiful alum Kristolyn Lloyd (ex-Dayzee) is teeing up another headlining role. The Broadway star, well known for her roles in Dear Evan Hansen and Heathers: The Musical, will tread the boards as John Adams in 1776 on Broadway. She will take over the role from Crystal Lucas-Perry starting October 25. Elsewhere, All My Children actresses Alexandra Daddario and Abigail Spencer are headed to TV in exciting new shows.

All My Children

  • Alexandra Daddario (ex-Laurie) will star in AMC's upcoming adaptation of Anne Rice's Mayfair Witches; the series will premiere in 2023
  • Abigail Spencer (ex-Becca) stars in Mike O'Malley's untitled family comedy series with Jon Cryer and Donald Faison, playing crisis management firm exec Julia; NBC has ordered the show to series
  • Josh Duhamel (ex-Leo) stars in the rom-com Shotgun Wedding with Jennifer Lopez; watch the trailer below

Another World 

  • Morgan Freeman (ex-Roy) will produce the Civil War-set spy series The Gray House, alongside Kevin Costner, for Paramount Global; the six-hour limited series will focus on women credited by President Ulysses Grant as helping the North emerge victorious

The Bold and the Beautiful

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  • Kristolyn Lloyd (ex-Dayzee) will begin starring as John Adams in Broadway's 1776 starting October 25; buy tickets here

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The Young and the Restless

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  • Barbara Crampton (ex-Leanna) will appear as a judge on the Shudder series The Boulet Brothers' Dragula: Titans!, premiering October 25
  • Mckenna Grace (ex-Faith) is set to star in the film Spider & Jessie, in which two sisters hide their mother's body after they fear they'll be separated by the foster care system