You can meet some of your favorite cast members as Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore hosts a Q&A session from 1-2 p.m. on September 26. The actors scheduled for the fan chat: Amelia Heinle (who plays Victoria Newman Abbott), Bryton James (Devon Hamilton Winters), Daniel Goddard (Cane Ashby) and Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters).
C.A. Tosses Judgment for Actor Claiming Parents Took His Money
Warren, 25—his full name is Christopher Warren Jr.—has been acting professionally since he was nine years old. He is the son of Christopher Warren Sr. and actress Brook Kerr, who starred as Whitney Russell for eight years on NBC soap opera Passions.
In 2012, he sued his parents and Share the Night, Inc., a corporation they formed in 2001 to promote his career. Seeking damages for breach of oral contract and fiduciary duty, and an accounting, he claimed that his parents looted the company, in which he continued to deposit his earnings after reaching the age of majority, in order to pay their personal expenses.
The parents went through a bitter divorce proceeding around the time the lawsuit was filed, with Kerr calling her then-husband a bipolar drug dealer, according to TMZ.
Former Bold and the Beautiful actress Kayla Ewell got married
Ewell (ex-Caitlin, B&B; ex-Vicki, The Vampire Diaries) married her long-time boyfriend Tanner Novlan on Saturday night in Los Angeles. Former Vampire Diaries co-star Candice Accola (Caroline) was part of the wedding, while Nina Dobrev (ex-Elena), Michael Trevino (Tyler) and Sara Canning (ex-Jenna) were in attendance.
The Vampire Diaries is using Game of Thrones as a model for how it moves forward without its lead character
Executive producer Julie Plec says if Game of Thrones can live without Ned Stark, then Vampire Diaries can do the same without Elena Gilbert.
Taraji P. Henson expected Empire to end up on cable
At a cast Q&A, Henson said: "I’m like, my character beats one son with a broom and calls the other the F-bomb! … I figured, we’ll get this awesome piece of work in the can, Fox will choke and it will end up on cable.”
Miss America pageant apologizes to Vanessa Williams on live TV
Williams, who returned as a judge for this year’s pageant, received a formal apology over her forced resignation as Miss America 32 years ago amid a nude photo scandal. Miss America CEO Sam Haskell told Williams: "Though none of us currently in the organization were involved then, on behalf of today’s organization, I want to apologize to you and to your mother, Miss Helen Williams. I want to apologize for anything that was said or done that made you feel any less than the Miss America you are and the Miss America you always will be."