Thursday, April 30, 2009

News Round-up: BETTY Death, Graz, Mikey North

"Someone plummets to their death in the season finale. It will play a big role in the plot."

Cady McClain has 'huge shoot' coming up
"ATWT is keeping me out of trouble and off the streets as my mom would say. I have a huge shoot the next two days. Its fun to be on location. I like working outside, even though the amount we shoot in one day boggles the mind."

'Bad boy' Mikey returns to the STREEET
CORONATION STREET star Mikey North has returned to work weeks after being beaten up in his home town. North, 22, suffered a broken jaw and other facial injuries in an alleged assault in Scarborough town center after enjoying a night out with his girlfriend and friends over the Easter break.

Viewpoint: The Reese/Bianca Reunion
"Just in case lesbianism and bisexuality aren't vilified enough, here are a couple of additional stereotypes to add to the pile!"

EVENT: "A Night Out with Y&R's Michael Graziadei"
A limited number of new seats for the Y&R event being held at the Marconi Club this Saturday, May 2, have just been released.

Irwin To Receive Distinguished Faculty Award
The Canisius College Alumni Association will present Barbara J. Irwin, PhD, chair and professor of communication studies, with its 2008 Kenneth L. Koessler Distinguished Faculty Award during spring honors convocation on Friday, May 15 in the Montante Cultural Center.

A best-selling author, Irwin has written two books about television's highest-rated soap opera, THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS, both co-authored with Mary Cassata, PhD of the Communication Department at the University at Buffalo. As a consultant to daytime television industry leaders, Irwin has been involved in television features, specials, and conferences on soap operas. She serves as co-director, with Cassata, of Project Daytime, a comprehensive research endeavor focusing on the study and monitoring of the daytime television environment.

Watt and Jenkins guest on DOCTORS
BBC One daytime soap DOCTORS is set to welcome two familiar faces as Tom Watt and Sue Jenkins guest star in a July episode. Watt, who is best known for playing hapless Lofty in EASTENDERS, plays a layabout husband whose wife (played by ex-BROOKSIDE actress Jenkins) is terminally ill.

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