Friday, June 19, 2009

News Round-up: Dattilo, Cronkite, Mathison, Masood

Soap Dish: Trashy fling almost Rex hunk's LIFE
Rex finds out what a lying tramp Stacy is next week on ONE LIFE TO LIVE - right after he sleeps with her.

"All I can say in his defense is that the sex is slightly alcohol-induced," says John-Paul Lavoisier, who plays Rex. "And Gigi broke his heart."

INTERVIEW: Father's Day with DAYS' Bryan Dattilo (Lucas)
"The best fatherly advice I have ever received came from my brother. The advice is to spend as much time with your kids as possible, be their best friend, tuck them in every night, tell you love them everyday, and always have time to listen."

CBS News Legend Walter Cronkite ‘Gravely Ill’
Legendary CBS Newsman Walter Cronkite is “gravely ill,” according to TVNewser, which cited multiple CBS sources. The former CBS EVENING NEWS anchor is 92 and has been in declining health. CBS declined to comment.

INTERVIEW: Y&R's Billy Miller (Billy)
Miller was a guest on "Stardish Radio" on Thursday.

Are we ready for a gay desi in EASTENDERS?
Halima Khatun writes: "In an effort to represent multicultural Britain, EASTENDERS are about to score a double-whammy: sources reveal that newcomer Syed Masood will embark on an affair with flamboyant, mans-man Christian. This no doubt will please BBC bosses, as the storyline will tick two boxes in their quota - giving screen space to an Asian character, whilst simultaneously giving a high-five to the gay community. But the question is, after already being treated to scenes of affection from Syed’s parents Zainab and Masood, will this be a step too far for many desi’s?"

Fun to play bad girl, B&B star says
"I'm living my dream," B&B's Jacqueline McInnes Wood (Steffy) said. "I always pictured myself in L.A. doing TV and movies."

VIDEO: Cameron Mathison has a yard sale
Special correspondent Cameron Mathison of ALL MY CHILDREN tried having a yard sale in his own home, and shared with "GMA" his secrets for making a sale fun and profitable.

Coming home to Hoboken: Soap star, play return to Mile Square City
For a play with so many Hoboken ties, it may be surprising that "My Italy Story," running through June 28 at the Monroe Arts Center, is only now being staged in the Mile Square City, almost two decades after it was written.

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