Wednesday, August 29, 2012

WE LOVE SOAPS TV: THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS at The Paley Center - Kate Linder, Doug Davidson, Melody Thomas Scott & Kristoff St. John

In the kick-off of the fourth season of WE LOVE SOAPS TV, special correspondents Fernanda Espíndola and Matt Palazzolo traveled to The Paley Center in Los Angeles for the celebration of THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS reaching the 10,000 episode milestone. Kate Linder, Doug Davidson, Melody Thomas Scott and Kristoff St. John weigh in on keeping the show on top, feelings about the new writing/producing regime and more. Watch the episode below:

- REPORT: The Paley Center Celebrates 10,000 Episodes of THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS
- Darin Brooks, Sean Hemeon & Olympian Tai Babilonia Join the Cast of Award Winning BLOOMERS

Fernanda Espíndola was raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and moved to California twelve years ago. Her previous credits as an actress include "Cold Nine," "Love," and the stage play "Diary of a Catholic School Dropout." Usually cast as a troubled party girl, she is quite pleased to play, in "Bloomers," a knocked up career girl. Seems like the natural progression of things. Maybe one day she will get to play the obvious conclusion to this arc - a psychic nun. "Bloomers" is Fernanda's first project as a producer, for which she co-created Nikhedonia Entertainment, that currently has multiple projects in development. She is so grateful for the endless hours spent producing on her couch with her partner in crime, Matt Palazzolo. Happiness is only a hair flip away. Follow her on facebook: /thefernandaespindola & twitter: @Nanda1336

Matt Palazzolo, originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, moved to Los Angeles 9 years ago to attend UCLA and pursue a career as an actor and filmmaker. He originated the role of Fever in the NAACP Award-winning play "City Kid," beginning his trend of playing hookers. His short film, "Green Room," which he wrote and directed received accolades around the world #truestory. His recent performance as Salsa in the successful indie feature film "You Should Meet My Son" earned him stellar reviews. Aside from the entertainment industry, Matt works as an LGBT activist and tries his best to be a regular do-gooder. He's very honored to have been able to create Bloomers alongside the whole cast & crew and his trusty companion, FUNanda (Fernanda Espíndola), under their new production company, Nikhedonia Entertainment. Live long and prosper. Follow him on twiiter @mattpalazzolo & at

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