"It's a very quick thing. I did it because these people were important to me very early in my life and my career. They were wonderful and supportive and loving and it was a great place to work. When I heard they were going off the air and they asked me come back I was happy to do it. They're great people.
Would Dana Delany return to AS THE WORLD TURNS like Julianne Moore?
"[Laughs] I wasn’t really on ATWT that long. Here’s a little TV Trivia, I was only on the show for about a year, and when Mary-Ellis Bunim, a producer (who was responsible for the first REAL WORLD) took over, they changed the show entirely. I played a virgin on there, and that was all there was to my character. She was a virgin, not much to it."
Michael Park to star in "The Burnt Part Boys"
The New York City premiere of the coming-of-age tale, set in rural West Virginia in 1962, will play Playwrights Horizons' Mainstage Theater April 30-June 13. Direction and musical staging are by Joe Calarco.
Miller and Spencer returning to ALL MY CHILDREN
Taylor Miller and Gillian Spencer will be reprising their AMC roles of Nina and Daisy Cortlandt in April to mark the on-screen passing of Palmer Cortlandt
Y&R's sells home at reduced price
Jerry Douglas, known for his long-running role as "The Young and the Restless" patriarch John Abbott, and his wife, Kymberly Bankier, have sold their Los Angeles home for $2,075,000. The two-story traditional house in the Encino section, built in 1951, sits on half an acre. It has five bedrooms and 5 1/2 bathrooms in 5,335 square feet. The property had been on the market last year at $3,999,000.
Eric Braeden loves sports
“I’m originally a Bruin fan — a UCLA fan — but they have been very disappointing lately,” says Braeden, while seated cross-legged in the lobby of a downtown Winston-Salem hotel where he was staying. “And I must say, this whole competition between Duke and North Carolina and Wake is very good, very interesting, very good basketball. I love sports. … Sports have been a very important part of my life. It is what grounds me; it settles me.”
James Franco short story: "Just Before the Black"
Author (and actor) James Franco offers this story in Esquire about how it's only right before you die that you know you're living.