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Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos have quite the picture-perfect family! In October, the whole family made an appearance together as Mark and the kids showed their support for Kelly, who received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The famous couple first met on the set of All My Children back in 1995, and the following year, they eloped. Meanwhile, in recent years, Kelly and Mark have taken to social media to share sweet snaps of each other and of their three kids: Michael, 18; Lola, 14; and Joaquin, 12. For a fun glimpse into their family life, keep reading for a look at some of the pair's must-see Instagram snaps, then see what Kelly said about parenting during a candid appearance last year. »
- Laura Marie Meyers
David Canary, who was best known for starring on soap opera All My Children, died Nov. 16. He was 77. David Canary Dies Canary died of natural causes at an assisted living home in Connecticut, his family confirmed. On All My Children, Canary played Chandler twins Adam and Stuart, beginning in 1984. As Adam, he embodied the […]
- Chelsea Regan
Actor David Canary, the All My Children veteran who played the show's good-and-evil twin brothers Stuart and Adam Chandler for nearly 30 years, died earlier this month in Connecticut. A newly released family announcement attributed his November 16 death to natural causes. He was 77. Canary was best known for his work on All My Children, which led to five Emmy wins for Outstanding Lead Actor. Although he retired from full-time acting in 2010, he had cropped up sporadically since then, most notably returning for the soap's 2011 finale."My career on All My Children has given me more than words could ever convey, both professionally and personally," he had said, upon retiring, according to the Akron Beacon Journal. "I have cherished each and every moment. I would like to thank all the fans who have tuned in throughout the years. Their love and support has meant the world to me." The actor »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
David Canary, known for his nearly three-decade stint on the ABC soap All My Children, died November 16 from natural causes, his family has announced. He was 77. Born in Elwood, Indiana in 1938, Canary’s acting career began with a recurring role as Dr. Russ Gehrig on Peyton Place in 1965. He would soon go on to portray ranch manager Candy Canaday on the long-running NBC Western Bonanza, a role he held off and on from 1967 to 1973. A string of appearances on television… »
The soap opera family has lot one of their beloved members. David Canary, best known for his 27-year run as twins Adam and Stuart Chandler on All My Children, died of natural causes on Nov. 16 at The Greens at Cannondale in Wilton, Conn. He was 77. "So sad to learn of the passing of the great David Canary. A incredibly talented actor. A wonderful man. I was lucky to know you," his co-star Kelly Ripa tweeted after learning of the news. Sarah Michelle Gellar also took to Twitter to share her condolences, writing, "#rip #DavidCanary You were the epitome of class. It was a joy and an honor to call you a colleague. #AllMyChildren." The five-time Emmy award winner turned down an offer to »
Canary appeared on “All My Children” from 1984-2011 and returned in 2013. He picked up five Daytime Emmys for his dual roles on the soap and was nominated many more times.
He was deliciously bad as Adam Chandler, the powerful head of the family that lived in fictional Pine Valley. He was always at loggerheads with the other baddie, Palmer Cortlandt. The sparks flew when he and Susan Lucci, who played reigning queen Erica Kane got together.
But Canary also played twin brother Stuart Chandler who was angelic and as good as Adam was bad and was the only one who could restrain Adam.
He also had a crossover appearance on ABC’s “One Life to Live.”
- Carmel Dagan
David Canary, star of soap operas “All My Children” and “One Life to Life,” has died, the Wilton Bulletin reports. He was 77. According to the paper, the actor died Nov. 16. of natural causes. Canary, who played Adam Chandler on “All My Children,” had also appeared on “Bonanza,” “Another World” and numerous other television series. Over his decades-long career, Canary won five Daytime Emmy Awards for outstanding lead actor. Also Read: Charles Keating, Veteran Soap Opera Actor, Dead at 72 Born in 1938 in Elwood, Indiana, Canary attended the University of Cincinnati on a football scholarship and was offered a chance to play. »
- Tim Kenneally
David Canary, who for nearly three decades played the twin brothers Adam and Stuart Chandler on the ABC soap opera All My Children, has died. He was 77. Canary, who earlier portrayed Candy Canaday, the ranch foreman of the Ponderosa, on the iconic NBC Western Bonanza, died Nov. 16 of natural causes at an assisted living facility in Wilton, Conn., his family announced. The blue-eyed Canary first appeared on All My Children as Adam in 1984 and received five outstanding actor Emmy Awards and 16 nominations through 2001. He retired from acting in 2010 but returned to play the
- Mike Barnes, Cheryl Cheng
PhotosAll My Children Finale Photos: Pine Valley Vets Past and Present Unite to Say Goodbye
Canary was primarily a theater actor before breaking into TV in the ’60s, first as Mia Farrow’s physical therapist in Peyton Place and next as Ponderosa ranch foreman Candy Canaday in Bonanza. In 1978, he kicked off his daytime soap career with a role on Search for Tomorrow. He followed that up with stints on The Doctors and Another World, »
Long Island Medium season eight features medium Theresa Caputo, husband Larry, and children Victoria and Lawrence. In the season eight premiere, Caputo will conduct readings with stars including Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons; Devious Maids' Susan Lucci (star of cancelled ABC soap, All My Children); and Jamie-Lynn Sigler of cancelled NBC sitcom, Guys With Kids.
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Happy 43rd birthday, Josh Duhamel! The actor first stole our hearts as baby-faced Leo du Pres on the ABC soap opera All My Children and continues to do so to this day, more recently in the 2013 tear-jerker Safe Haven with Julianne Hough and the action-packed Transformer flicks. It's no secret he's always been one of our favorite Hollywood hunks, but the role we just can't get enough of Josh in? Fatherhood, of course! Just over two years ago, Duhamel and wife Fergie welcomed their absolutely precious son Axl into the world. Lucky for us, the loving parents have never shied away from sharing a few of Axl's childhood milestones with fans, further proving our »
Castle‘s Captain Kate Beckett is scantily clad on the occasion of her first wedding anniversary — though probably not for the reasons one might suspect/hope, as seen in these photos from the fall’s antepenultimate episode.
RelatedNovember Sweeps Preview: Scoop on Castle, Once and More
In “The Last Seduction” (airing Nov. 16), Rick and Kate manage to mark a milestone in their admittedly fractured marriage, all in the course of hunting down a murderous grifter. Lindsay Price (All My Children) and Andrea Roth (Rescue Me) guest-star.
“What’s exciting about the episode is that this is the first anniversary for »
The trailer recently dropped for The Funhouse Massacre, and it kicks off this morning's round-up. Also: a Kickstarter launch for Zombie Mouth Bubblegum, acquisition news for Terrordactyl, and Horror Hotel Season 2 premiere details.
The Funhouse Massacre: "The film, directed by Andy Palmer, stars Robert Englund, Jere Burns, Scottie Thompson, Clint Howard and Courtney Gains. The Funhouse Massacre, which was produced by Warner Davis, President of Petri Entertainment, will hit theaters in 15-20 U.S. markets on Friday, November 13th.
On Halloween night, a gruesome group of the United States' most notorious and colorful serial killers escape from Statesville Asylum and descend on a giant funhouse whose theme is based on their different reigns of terror. The unsuspecting carnival goers think that the carnage created is just part of the show, that is, until they become part of the main attraction. The only people left to stop them are a ragtag group of college kids, »
- Tamika Jones
When Jonathan Tucker thinks about skipping a set during the workout regimen that carves him into Kingdom‘s Jay Kulina, a text from castmate Matt Lauria will be just the thing to taunt him into toughing out those impossible reps.
Lauria himself regrets returning from hiatus 15 pounds above his fighting weight (thanks to an off-season affinity for pad thai!), while Kiele Sanchez reported for duty in May at what was the start of her second trimester of a pregnancy.*
In other words, there’s no stopping the members of DirecTV’s dysfunctional family/Mma fighting drama, which opens Season 2 this Wednesday at 9/8c. »
It's a family affair! Kelly Ripa got her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday -- and she had her handsome husband, Mark Consuelos, and her cute kids, Joaquin, 12, Lola, 14, and Michael, 18, by her side at the ceremony. The talk show host looked gorgeous at the event, showing off her super slim figure in a figure-hugging teal sheath dress. She completed her picture-perfect ensemble with neutral pumps, bronze eye makeup and her signature blonde bob. The 45-year-old star's daughter looked adorable in a white top and pink skirt, while her older brother looked like his famous father's twin in a light gray suit. Little Joaquin stole the spotlight with his big grin and pale blue suit as he posed for pictures with his family. Kelly and Mark even packed on the Pda in front of photographers! Ripa has been hosting "Live With Kelly and Michael" for 15 years. Earlier this year, »
- tooFab Staff
Kelly Ripa has officially cemented her place in Hollywood. The Live! With Kelly and Michael host was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday in honor of her illustrious career, which includes a lengthy stint on the soap opera All My Children as well as multiple Emmy wins for her work on the widely popular ABC talk show. The 45-year-old mother of three, who has been married to husband Mark Consuelos since 1996, thanked her family and paid homage to those who have influenced her career after being introduced by close friends Jimmy Kimmel and Joel McHale. "It all began with All My Children. And All My Children is where I met the man that I've »
Performers can ascend to stardom via any number of paths in Hollywood: they can rise to prominence by virtue of their talent, or through the old standby of being in “the right place at the right time.” There are also those figures whose route to the spotlight is marked by less than laudable behavior, but more often than not, it’s ability, magnetism and desire to succeed in one’s chosen field that reaps the rewards of fame and fortune.
For Kelly Ripa, all three of these factors have helped to elevate her on a number of platforms, as well as a means that does not always get the credit it deserves: She has strived to remain true to her core values of family, honesty and respect for her peers and others.
“(I) pride (myself) in being regular in an industry that can really challenge a family,” she says. “It might sound stupid, »
- Paul Gaita
It’s fitting that Kelly Ripa made her “All My Children” debut on Thanksgiving Day in 1990. After all, the fan-favorite actress has been nothing but effusively grateful for the opportunities she received from being cast as heroine Hayley Vaughan Santos on the now-defunct ABC soap opera.
Ripa arrived in Pine Valley, the soap’s fictional setting, wearing an Elvira-like black wig, playing the niece of Trevor Dillon (James Kiberd), whom she affectionately called “Uncle Porkchop.” The rambunctious teen had a smart mouth, but it was all a defense mechanism given her rough upbringing. Soon, “Children” viewers learned that Hayley was the result of a fling her alcoholic mother, Arlene, had with mainstay mogul Adam Chandler.
Sparks flew between Hayley and love interest Brian Bodine — and not just on-camera.
“The first year, we couldn’t really be in the same area together,” says Matt Borlenghi, Brian’s portrayer. “I was in my early 20s asking, »
- Michael Maloney
Lifetime has announced the full cast for “Un-Break My Heart,” its movie based on singer Toni Braxton’s memoir about her struggles with illness, financial troubles and divorce while navigating her son’s autism and family struggles.
Debbi Morgan (“Power,” “All My Children”) will play Braxton’s mother, Evelyn, while Gavin Houston (“Guiding Light”) will play her frequent collaborator, producer Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds. Cortney Scott Wright, Skye P. Marshall (“Public Morals”) and Latoya Franklyn (“Subways”) have also been cast as Braxton’s sisters and fellow singers, Traci, Towanda and Trina Braxton. It was previously announced that Tiffany Hines (“Devious Maids”) would play Braxton’s other sister, singer Tamar Braxton, and that Lex Scott Davis would play Braxton herself.
As opposed to other Lifetime projects like TV movies about cult TV series like “Beverly Hills, 90210” and “Melrose Place,” “Un-Break My Heart” is an authorized life story with Braxton exec producing and guest-starring in the film. »
- Whitney Friedlander
Former “All My Children” star Debbi Morgan is set to appear on Saturday’s episode of “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” on Own, and in a new preview clip, the actress opens up about her family’s history of domestic violence. Morgan, who became the first African-American woman to win a Daytime Emmy Award in 1989 for her role as Angie on the ABC soap, tells host Oprah Winfrey that her grandmother, mother and aunts all married men who abused them. “Not only that, there were nine siblings — four of the five sisters married abusive men,” she says. “And all of the brothers turned out. »
- Reid Nakamura
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