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Eileen Davidson won !

06/23/2014

Eileen Davidson won ! The 4th interpreter of Kelly Capwell in Santa Barbara won yesterday on Sunday the Emmy award of outstanding lead actress for her character of Kristen DiMera in Days of our Lives.
We congratulate her, and we wish
her good luck for her return in The Young and the Restless by a few days (see the previous News).
The entire ceremony of
the 41th Daytime Emmy awards can still be watched on-line on
the official site of the Daytime Emmy awards.
Eileen Davidson does round trips

06/17/2014

Some soap-opera actresses have two houses : it is the case of Eileen Davidson (ex-Kelly Capwell) who, for several years, does regularly round trips between The Young and the Restless and Days of our Lives.
After having left the first one in May 2012 (see the News of 05/09/2012), she had joined the second soap a few weeks later, before leaving it again in July 2013 (see the News of 08/05/2013). Since then, she appeared in a episodic way in both soaps, every time the time of one or a few episodes.
Now today the actress confirmed her official return in
The Young and the Restless on CBS for a long-term contract. She will resume the part of Ashley Abbott in early September, after her last appearance in Days of our Lives to be aired on NBC.

Also let us specify that Eileen Davidson was nominated in the outstanding lead actress category for Days of our Lives at the next Daytime Emmy awards ceremony, which will be held on June 22 at the Beverly Hilton. It will be also the first time for thirty years that the ceremony will not be broadcast on the American television.

Homage : Phyllis Frelich (1944-2014)

04/11/2014

In 1988, she was Sister Sarah, the deaf-mute sister who helped Mason Capwell to find the real murderer of Dr. Mark McCormick at the Goletta convent. Phyllis Frelich died on Thursday, April 10.
Born of deaf parents, in the middle of a
family of ten children also all deaf, Phyllis Frelich had succeeded in becoming a talented and recognized actress in spite of her handicap. In 1980, she explodes in the play Children of a Lesser God, which will then be adapted to the cinema with Marlee Matlin. From then on, she will not stop playing anymore, between theater, cinema and television, and will even found the theater company The National Theater of the Deaf.
Married for a while to set designer Robert Steinberg, she was a mother of two children, both able to hear.

Read also : The biography of Sister Sarah

Ally Walker on the road

04/09/2014

Ally Walker (ex-Andrea Bedford) arrives in force on Monday, April 14 on primetime on French channel TF1, in Luc Besson's new series, Taxi Brooklyn (see the News of 09/12/2013).
In this free adaptation of the series of films Taxi, Ally Walker
plays Frankie Sullivan... the mother of the heroine, Caitlin ! A rather intrusive mother, and much more extravagant than her poor daughter.
Twelve episodes were produced for this
first season, which is going to be also broadcast in the United States, on NBC, from next June 25.
Fans or no
t of car races and lightweight police investigations, do not avoid your pleasure to find Ally Walker in a French TV series !
Joseph Bottoms fights the monster

04/09/2014

Joseph Bottoms (ex-Kirk Cranston) continues his return on screens (see the News of 05/17/2013). The actor is waited on the shooting of the short film Monster in a House : a Short Film, currently in pre-production.
Joseph will
play Joe, the father of a little girl whose fears linked to the dissension between her parents materialize under the shape of a monster to be fought.
Christiano Dias, the writer and director, continues to raise
the funds needed for the shooting of the film on
the site of participative projects Indiegogo. Any contribution will be welcome to watch again very soon Joseph Bottoms in action !
(Thanks to Nadya to have reported this information to us.)