Male Soap Opera Actors

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Brian Gaskill
Recently appearing on prime-time shows such as Castle, and a pilot for Amazon Prime, Brian has been in the biz since 1993 when he graduated from the prestigious Acting Conservatory at Suny Purchase. Upon graduation, Brian performed in The Lion in Winter at The Cleveland Playhouse, co-starring Tony Award winner Elizabeth Franz...
 
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Cameron Mathison
Cameron Mathison joined the cast of All My Children in January 1998 as Ryan Lavery. After leaving Pine Valley for over a year, this beloved character and actor returned in 2003. Born and raised in Canada, Mathison attended McGill University in Montreal and graduated with a Bachelor of civil engineering degree with a 3.7 GPA...
 
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Chris Bruno
Christopher Malcolm Bruno was born in New Haven Connecticut. He grew up in the small town of Milford with his mother but spent a substantial amount of time with his father on Manhattan's Upper West Side of New York City. Surrounded by the allure of New York and all its offerings, Chris developed an appreciation for the arts but had no intention of pursuing it as a career...
 
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Colin Egglesfield
Colin Egglesfield (born February 9, 1973) is an American actor. He is known for his roles as Josh Madden in the long-running soap opera All My Children, Auggie Kirkpatrick on The CW's short-lived drama series Melrose Place, and Evan Parks on The Client List.Egglesfield was born in Farmington Hills, Michigan...
 
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Daniel Hugh Kelly
Daniel Hugh Kelly was born on August 10, 1952 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, the middle of five children. His father was a police officer/detective and his mother was a social worker. He received his B.A. from St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania and pursued his M.F.A. on a full scholarship at the Catholic University of America in Washington...
 
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David Tom
David Tom was born in Hinsdale, Illinois. With help from his mother Marie, he started acting at a young age, appearing in commercials. After appearing in small roles on TV, David auditioned for the role of Pacey in Dawson's Creek. He became a little discouraged when he lost the role to Joshua Jackson...
 
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Dondre Whitfield
Veteran TV actor Dondré T. Whitfield has been called up to the majors during his summer hiatus, taking a swing at the baseball film, Mr 3000, starring Bernie Mac and Angela Bassett. A former semi-pro baseball player, Dondré portrays one of Mac's teammates in the movie. Dondré wasted no time in preparing for his role...
 
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Finn Wittrock
Actor, Unbroken
Finn Wittrock was born in Lenox, Massachusetts, to Kate Claire Crowley, a professor of occupational therapy, and Peter Wittrock, an actor and voice teacher. Finn grew up near the stage of Shakespeare and Company, where his father worked. He made his Broadway debut as Happy in Death of a Salesman, directed by Mike Nichols...
 
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Forbes March
Actor, Mutant X
Forbes was born in England but was brought up in Halifax, Nova Scotia He was the son of a professor of Philosophy and a school teacher, who attended the prestigious Lee Strasberg Acting Institute on a full scholarship. He was a model appearing in campaigns for Tommy Hilfiger, Armani and Marlboro Clothing...
 
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James Kiberd
James Kiberd is a unique hybrid. The immensely popular actor is also a committed artist, and a dedicated humanitarian. How Kiberd became the only daytime Star to be cited as one of the top 15 Fan Favorites of the 90s is still a mystery. Was it that he was one of Oprah's favorite guests at the time? That his TV character combined a unique mix of danger...
 
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Jesse McCartney
Actor, Keith
Jesse Abraham Arthur McCartney is an American actor, singer, and songwriter. He was born April 9, 1987 in Ardsley, New York, to Ginger (Sarber) and Scot McCartney. He has two younger siblings, Lea Joyce McCartney and Timothy (Timmy) Glover Mark McCartney. He has Scottish, English, German, and Irish ancestry...
 
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John-Paul Lavoisier
Devoting his child/teenage years towards his talent for drumming, John-Paul attended the University of the Arts in Philadelphia with a major in jazz percussion after high school. At the age of 20, he left to pursue an acting career in Manhattan. He has great passion for golf. He currently lives in Los Angeles.
 
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Keith Hamilton Cobb
Keith Hamilton Cobb Graduated Sleepy Hollow High School and Westchester Community College. As well as New York University Tisch School of the Arts. He attended Circle in the Square Theatre School and Playwrights Horizons Theater School. His hobbies are writing, photography & renovating home. He lives in Los Angeles...
 
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Mark Consuelos
Mark Consuelos was born in Zaragoza, Spain, and grew up in Lebanon, Illinois and Tampa, Florida. He attended Bloomingdale High School in Valrico, Florida and Notre Dame University. While living in Illinois, Mark appeared in "Hello, Dolly" at the Looking Glass Playhouse. Before joining All My Children in February 1995...
 
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Mark Pinter
Mark Pinter has performed on regional theatre stages throughout the country including: the world premiere of Herbert Signenza's Steal Heaven for San Diego REP, Becky's New Car for North Coast Rep, The Price for Northern Stage, Book of Days for Arena Stage, Hamlet, Othello and Two Gentlemen of Verona for the Old Globe...
 
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Matt Bomer
Matthew Staton Bomer was born in Webster Groves, Greater St. Louis, Missouri, to Elizabeth Macy (Staton) and John O'Neill Bomer IV, a Dallas Cowboys draft pick. Matt was raised in Spring, Texas, and educated at Klein High School, near Houston. After school, he attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh...
 
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Matthew Borlenghi
Matthew Borlenghi first came to attention as Kelly Ripa's love on All My Children. After choosing to leave the soap, for which he was nominated for an Emmy and won a Soap Opera Digest Award, Borlenghi starred on several prime time TV shows such as Pig Sty, Party Girl, The Jeff Foxworthy Show and Police Academy: the series...
 
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Michael Woods
Michael Woods was born in Detroit, Michigan to Dr. Joseph and Dorothy Woods. He is a theatre trained actor who received his BFA in drama from The University of Detroit/Marygrove College, where in 1977 he won the ACTF Kennedy Center honor for "The Brig". Michael then did regional theatre in such plays...
 
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Richard Van Vleet
Richard Van Vleet, is a veteran actor who is best known for 13-year role as Dr. Chuck Tyler on the daytime Soap Opera All My Children. Mr. Van Vleet other television credits include Guiding Light, The Virginian, Cannon, Name of the Game, Dan August and Night Gallery. His film credits include Airport...
 
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Robert Duncan McNeill
Robert Duncan McNeill was born on November 9, 1964 in North Carolina, but raised in Washington, D.C. until his family finally settled down in Atlanta, Georgia. Later, he attended a local high school and, after he graduated, he moved to New York City and enrolled at Juilliard where he spent two years studying the trade...
 
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Réal Andrews
Réal Andrews is a Husband, Father, Motivational Speaker and Success Coach who loves to fish, a lot. Born and Raised in North Vancouver , B. C. Réal now resides in Valencia , California. Réal attacked the elements of Hawaii and can proudly say he is a 2X'S Hawaii Ironman Finisher As a kid his 1st dream was to make the 84 Olympics as a sprinter...
 
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Scott Thompson Baker
Scott, a native of Minnesota, began his professional career on the stage at the world renowned Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. His credits at the Guthrie include A Christmas Carol and Peer Gynt. He received training at both Oral Roberts University and the University of Minnesota while studying for his B.S...
 
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Walt Willey
Born in Ottawa, Illinois, Walt Willey attended Southern Illinois University, where he majored in Fine Arts. It was during his time at college that he became involved in acting, performing major roles in several productions. In 1981, Walt left Illinois for New York to break into acting professionally...
 
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Winsor Harmon
Winsor Harmon stars as "Thorne Forrester", the strong-willed youngest son of Eric and Stephanie Forrester (played by veteran actors John McCook and Susan Flannery), on The Bold and the Beautiful. Before assuming the role of "Thorne", Harmon portrayed "Del Henry" on the long-time daytime drama, All My Children...
 
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David Gautreaux
David Gautreaux is an award-winning theater actor/director and a frequent guest star on many popular TV series. Most recently he has appeared on _2014 "Rake"; Hawaii 5-0; Castle; 2013- "Rules of Engagement"; "Body of Proof"; the Lifetime Movie "Left to Die"; "Damages" the final season. His first feature was Star Trek: The Motion Picture...
 
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Eddie Alderson
Eddie grew up in Philadelphia, PA. Although at the age of 3, he was living in Manhattan, and would go back to PA to visit family. He now lives in Los Angeles, where he is pursuing a film career. He enjoys spending time with his older sister, Kristen Alderson, his mom Kathy, and best friend, John-Paul Lavoisier.
 
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Hunt Block
Actor, Salt
 
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Jason-Shane Scott
Jason-Shane Scott was born in Los Angeles and moved to Reno, Nevada at the age of two. Jason's mother wanted to name him Jason but his father had adamantly always dreamed his son being named Shane after the classic film of the same name. They compromised, thus leading to Jason-Shane's hyphened first name...
 
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Jeff Pomerantz
Jeff Pomerantz attended Northwestern University, volunteered to serve in the US Infantry during the Viet Nam era and graduated from the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. He subsequently studied with Stella Adler and Lee Strasberg who invited him to work at the Actors Studio. He has...
 
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Jeffrey Byron
Jeffrey Byron has starred in a variety of movie and television roles and is also focusing his attention on writing and producing. The writer has crafted four screenplays, "Stan The Man," The Eye's Have It," "Being Robert Parker" and the recently completed "A Deer In Headlights." The producer is developing the works of his late stepfather...
 
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Jesse Vint
Jesse Lee Vint III was born and raised in Tulsa. While at Oklahoma University he decided that the film business is where he should be, so he left for NYC to study acting. Within a year after arriving in L.A. he was on location for the film "Little Big Man", about Custer's last stand. He also played principal parts in the film classics...
 
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Joe Lando
A former cook in a Hollywood restaurant, Lando first came to the attention of casting directors in the role of heartthrob Jake Harrison on the soap opera One Life to Live. That job led to the co-starring role as the backwoodsman/love interest of Jane Seymour on TV's Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.
 
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Jon Hensley
Jon Hensley was born on August 26, 1965 in Browns Mills, New Jersey. As a small child, he and his family moved to nearby Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where his parents opened up a french restaurant. During his teen years, Hensley toiled at many jobs in the restaurant, from cook to busboy. Finally, after growing tired of the restaurant business...
 
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Kamar de los Reyes
From playing trumpet alongside Dizzy Gillespie to performing opposite Patrick Stewart in the Public Theatre's Shakespeare in the Park production of The Tempest directed by George C. Wolfe - Kamar de los Reyes has crafted a musical and acting career as rich and complex as the syncopated rhythms of his Latin roots...
 
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Kurt McKinney
Kurt McKinney originally hails from Louisville, Kentucky. At the age of 21 he was already a black belt in taekwondo and an amateur kickboxing champion. He decided to become an actor and moved to Hollywood. He would go on to star in the 1985 film No Retreat, No Surrender as the lead. The film, one of the 1st Hong Kong-U.S...
 
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Leigh McCloskey
Born on June 21, 1955 in Los Angeles, California, Leigh McCloskey was classically trained as an actor at the Juilliard School in Lincoln Center, New York. He began his professional acting career playing Billy Abbott in the original miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man starring Nick Nolte and Peter Strauss. He went on to star in three nighttime television series: Executive Suite...
 
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Matthew Ashford
Matthew Nile Ashford was born on January 29, 1960, in the town of Davenport, Iowa. He is the third youngest [youngest boy] of eight kids. He has four brothers and 3 sisters, and in descending order their names are: Dave [6/4], Jeff [6/4], Phil [10/1], Teresa [4/16], Randy [8/9], Matt [1/29], Susie [3/13]...
 
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Paul Satterfield
Paul was born in Nashville, Tennessee, and was raised on the Northern California coast. An avid outdoorsman and all-state athlete, Paul got his first paying gig on an Eastman Kodak commercial as a star football player. Paul attended Whitman College, located in Washington State, on a basketball scholarship where he earned degrees in 17th century English Literature and Dramatic Arts...
 
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Randolph Mantooth
Actor, Emergency!
Randolph Mantooth definitely fit the bill when he made a bankable name for himself in the TV medical series Emergency! as strong but sensitive paramedic/firefighter "John Gage". Tall, dark and quite handsome, he was of Seminole Indian heritage, born in Sacramento, California, one of four children to a construction engineer...
 
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Richard Burgi
Richard Burgi was born on July 30, 1958, in Montclair, New Jersey (a town roughly 15 miles west of New York City), to a musical family: His father was a drummer, his mother was a singer, and one of his three siblings became a drummer. Burgi started participating in community theater during his youth; after graduating from Montclair High School, he traveled throughout Europe for a while...
 
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Ted King
Ted King was raised in Maryland, California and New York. He attended the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University where he studied film direction. King co-founded the Portal Theatre Company in New York City and has been a strong presence in New York Theatre for several years. King worked as a film and video editor before landing his first leading acting role.
 
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Timothy Adams
A graduate of Jersey City State University with a B.S. in computer science, Adams was a partner in a trucking company when he decided to pursue a career in entertainment. He signed with the Boss Modeling Agency and had his first major break as an actor in winning a role on the soap opera Sunset Beach.
 
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Anders Hove
Anders Hove was born in Greenland on the 16th of January 1956 to a mother who was a nurse and a father who worked as a meteorologist. His father was politically involved in Greenland and helped the country work towards the government it has today. Spending most of his childhood there, Anders later moved with his parents to Thisted in Denmark when he was 14 years old...
 
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Bob Hastings
Bob Hastings got his show business start in radio after WWII as the voice of "Archie Andrews" in the show of the same name (a spin-off of the Archie Comics series) on the Mutual Broadcasting System. The good-looking Hastings made the transition to television smoothly in 1949 in early galactic-action series like Captain Video and His Video Rangers and Atom Squad...
 
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Brad Maule
Brad Maule was graduated from Stephen F. Austin College cum laude with a B.F.A. in theater and English. He grew up on a farm in rural west Texas where he attended one of the few remaining country schools with an enrollment of 150 students in twelve grades. Maule's theatre credits include Billy Barnes' musical revue...
 
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Bradford Anderson
Before moving out west, Bradford enjoyed a very successful theater career. A native of the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, and graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, he had an award-winning stretch of work that included both musicals and dramas. Playing opposite John Glover(see photo gallery)...