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Passions fans be sure to tune into Harmony on Monday, April 17, 2000 to see Lindsay Korman (Theresa) sing a love song to Travis Schuldt (Ethan). The song is called "Kiss Me" and was written by Lindsay. It's a romantic moment all you Theresa and Ethan fans are not going to want to miss. Lindsay called me last Thursday to say how excited she is about Monday's show! And you know me. I had to ask her if she thought that things were looking up for Theresa as far as Ethan was concerned. "Well, you never know," she said with a laugh. "Things could be starting to go Theresa's way!" I don't know about you, but I will certainly tune in. Hearing Lindsay sing is always a pleasure. As it turns out, April 17 is also Lindsay's birthday! I asked if she had any plans to celebrate on the day. "Are you kidding!" she said. "I'll be taping three episodes on Monday, and I work again on Tuesday. So, I will have to do my celebrating the weekend before!" Happy Birthday, Lindsay, and thanks for calling. I've got my fingers crossed for Theresa and Ethan!
Several weeks ago, I received email from Darlene, a poster at TRO and one of the Michael Nader Loyalists. She asked for an address because she had something to send me. Well, imagine my delight when I received a sky blue baseball cap with "The Loyalists" embroidered across the front and a note saying:
"Linda, you are now officially an honorary member of The Loyalists. Please wear our baseball cap with pride and joy. We, as a group, have bonded together so strongly over the past few months, yet we are all so far apart in miles, decided we wanted something that would be a constant reminder of our bond. We chose a baseball hat because, first, we are all avid baseball fans, and second, because 'the man' (Michael Nader) seems to have a penchant for wearing baseball caps. We are sending one to him, as soon as he returns to AMC. We are also sending him an extra hat for his daughter. I'm sure she already knows that she has a great dad, but we want her to know just how many other people think he is pretty great, too. I have a feeling that with his maverick personality, he just might get a kick out of wearing the hat to the studio. Again, thank for your constant support and help. One of the joys of this campaign journey has been the very nice people we have met along the way. From the Loyalists, Becky, Debbie, Michelle, Carole, Marci, Vicki, Laurie, Erin and Darlene."
Imagine how touched I was to receive this wonderful gift, and to be considered an honorary Loyalist! I will wear the hat with pride. Thanks to the techno magic of the internet, Loyalists from all over the country came together for a common cause. That's the really amazing thing about the whole Loyalist Campaign, in my humble opinion. Not only did they persist and ultimately succeed in pushing all the right buttons that got Michael Nader back to Pine Valley, but they have formed some lasting friendships. Thanks guys for making me an honorary member. It's really exciting that Dimitri will soon be back on AMC. I wonder what havoc that will cause in the lives of Alex (Anna?), Edmund and Erica. Time will tell!
Congratulations to the casts of Days of Our Lives and Passions who raised $6,255.50 for the Children of the Night as a result of the softball game on April 1, 2000. They send out a great big thank you to all the LA fans and supporters who came to the game and helped them raise money for this worthy cause!
Soap News, Notes & CastingDays of Our Lives Executive Producers Ken Corday and Tom Langan are proud to announce that Steve Wyman was named Co-Executive Producer of the show, effective immediately. "We are very excited and pleased to announce the promotion of Steve Wyman to Co-Executive Producer," said Corday and Langan. "As he has done for the past many years, Steve will continue to work with all of us in creating a better Days of Our Lives using all of his talents, which are many." Wyman joined the Days of Our Lives family as a director in 1984 and became a producer in 1993. Congratulations, Steve!
Cameron Mathison (Ryan, AMC) appears at Btoile in New York City on Monday, April 17, 2000 as he participates in a bachelor auction. The proceeds will benefit breast cancer research. Btoile is located at 109 East 56 Street, and the event takes place from 7-11 PM.
Jesse Metcalf (Miguel, Passions) will be signing autographs and meeting fans at the North County Fair Mall's "All Star Holiday Weekend" in San Diego on Saturday, April 22. KNSD TV, NBC's owned and operated station in San Diego is a sponsor of the event.
Yes it's true. Mary Elizabeth Winstead has exited her role as Jessica Bennett on Passions. She has landed a role in the new sitcom pilot for Fox called Father Can't Cope where she stars alongside Scott Bakula and Mary Paige Keller. Winstead will next be seen in HBO's The Long Road Home.
Marita De Leon is joining the cast of Passions in the recurring role of Tina Alvares, a Boston police officer. Marita played Joanie Garza on the Young & the Restless from 1996 to 1998 and was also a recurring guest star on CBS's LA Doctors. Marita's first airdate is Tuesday, May 2, 2000. Another former Y&R star finds her way to Passions in May. Actress and recording artist Brenda Epperson Doumani has been cast in the guest star role of Crystal. Doumani, known for her role as Ashley on the Young & the Restless from 1988 to 1996 will use her vocal talents in her role on Passions. Her first airdate is Wednesday, May 10, 2000.
David Beecroft has been cast in the contract role of Eliot Freeman on AMC. Eliot is a minister who will arrive in Pine Valley in mid-May. Beecroft's television credits include Falcon Crest, Melrose Place, and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. Ann McDonough returns to AMC in the recurring role of Esther, when she comes to her old friend Stuart's (David Canary) rescue. McDonough's first airdate is Thursday, April 20, 2000. Bernie McInerney will appear in the recurring role of Dr. Benton on AMC. Benton plays an important role in Liza's (Marcy Walker) plan to get even with Adam (David Canary). McInerney's first airdate was Wednesday, April 12, 2000. Also appearing in a recurring role on AMC is Robert Ian MacKenzie. He plays Dr. Griffith, the man Alex (Finola Hughes) and Edmund (John Callahan) travel to Wales to meet. They hope he will help them uncover Alex' mysterious past. MacKenzie's first airdate was Thursday, April 13, 2000.
On DOOL, Tammy Tavares has been cast in the role of Dr. Bader, Hope's (Kristian Alfonso) doctor. Nurse Brenda will be portrayed by Holly Kaplin on Friday, April 21, 2000.
George Guidall plays the role of Judge Simmons on OLTL, the man who sentences Will (Jason-Shane Scott) at the sentencing hearing, beginning Tuesday, April 18, 2000. Lionell Pina plays the Bailiff on Tuesday, April 18, 2000. In other OLTL casting news, you may have noticed the new assistant Blair (Kassie DePavia) hired to make Max (James DePavia) jealous. His name is Marcus Schenkenberg, and he plays the character of Tim. His first airdate was April 13, 2000. Schenkenberg is an international model for Wilhemina Models. On Wednesday, May 10, 2000 look for the new character of Colin MacIver, the charming yet mysterious husband of Melanie (Darlene Vogel.) MacIver will be played by Ty Treadway, who has guest starred on such television series as Just Shoot Me, Ally McBeal, and Law & Order." MacIver is a contract role.
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