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The gang is back together. Today, the cast of All My Children joined castmate Susan Lucci for a reunion on Hallmark Channel's Home & Family, TVLine reports.The ABC soap opera began in 1970 and ran until 2011 when it switched over to The Online Network before ending in 2013. The cast includes Lucci, Peter Bergman, Kim Delaney, Lawrence Lau, Rebecca Budig, Eden Riegel, Eva Larue, Kathleen Noone, John Callahan, and Cameron Mathison.Read More… »
The long-running ABC soap’s central character — and a bunch more — were the focus of the Hallmark Channel morning show as part of Susan Lucci‘s week-long co-hosting stint. In addition to regular hosts Debbie Matenopoulos and Mark Steines, La Lucci was joined at the top of the show by former castmates Peter Bergman (who played Cliff), Kim Delaney (Jenny), Lawrence Lau (Greg), Eden Riegel (Bianca), Kathleen Noone (Ellen), Eva Larue (Maria), John Callahan »
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Susan Lucci is saying hello to Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family!
People can exclusively reveal that the All My Children star will join the network as a guest co-host for one full week.
Beginning Jan. 30, Lucci, 70, will participate in every aspect of the daily morning program, including cooking, playing games and sharing personal stories with viewers. Lucci — who played Erica Kane on the ABC soap from 1970-2011 — will also be joined by her husband, Helmut Huber, and two children: her son, Andreas, and daughter, Liza.
“I’m looking forward to learning new things about interior design and color. I’ve »
1 January 2017 1:47 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Ladainian Tomlinson, the NFL Network analyst and former star running back, will make his feature-film acting debut in a movie based on the country song "Bless the Broken Road," which was first recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and more recently was a hit for Rascal Flatts.
In the film, titled God Bless the Broken Road, Tomlinson plays a pastor trying to help a distressed mom, played by Lindsay Pulsipher, and a disabled war veteran, played by Arthur Cartwright. Jordin Sparks, Kim Delaney, Robin Givens and Madeline Carroll also star.
The song's lyrics tell of a person finding love »
- Paul Bond
5 items from 2017
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