|Judi Evans, Wally Kurth|
In a possibly related Facebook post last night, Evans posted about her other job with Rose Hills Memorial Park. "So grateful to work at Rose Hills.....," she wrote.
"Being an actress can be a waiting game. For most, it's waiting tables. For all, it's waiting for the phone to ring," Evans explained in a 2008 interview, when it was revealed she was selling cemetery plots. "I have been lucky, better yet, blessed enough, to have worked on soap operas for over 20 years. With that being said, it has made me somewhat of a workaholic. I thrive when I'm busy, and make myself and my family crazy when I'm not busy. Waiting around for my manager or my agent to call is not my forte. When works slows, I want--no, I need--some kind of job to take on, and fast, before I make everybody crazy."
Kurth was recurring on both Days and ABC's General Hospital (as Ned Ashton) when he signed the contract with Days.