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Homage : Paul Burke (1926-2009)

09/14/2009

Actor Paul Burke died on Sunday, September 13th from the consequences of a leukaemia.
He had begun his career at the beginning of the 50s, before becoming known of the American public for two TV shows where he held one of the main roles in the 60s : Naked City and 12 O' Clock High.
Appeared in tens of television shows (of which Dynasty between 1982 and 1988), Paul Burke was the second interpreter on screen of C.C. Capwell in Santa Barbara. A more attractive C.C. and with a more sportive look than his predecessor Peter Mark Richman, what perhaps caused his departure of the show after hardly more than a month of episodes, replaced in his turn by Charles Bateman in October 1984.
Paul Burke had ended his actor's career in 1990, after a last appearance in an episode of Columbo.
The actor leaves behind him his wife Lyn and three children, born from a first marriage. He was 83.

The dates of the fall

09/09/2009

On television
Already the 7th season for Paul Johansson (ex-Greg Hughes) in One Tree Hill, which will come back on September 14 on The CW. This is the next week, on September 21, that Eva LaRue (ex-Margot Collins) will be back, as for her, on CBS for the 8th season of CSI : Miami.

In theatres
The information was given to us yesterday by Mark Arnold (ex-Joe Perkins) himself : the sci-fi movie Who Shot Mamba ?, in which he plays the character of Armen Chadwick, will release on October 13 in the United States. More details on this intriguing movie on
the official site of the film.
Deauville makes a tribute to Robin Wright

09/08/2009

This is really the year of the festivals for Robin Wright. After having been member of the jury at the last Cannes Festival (see the News of 05/11), the actress has the honors of the 35th American film Festival of Deauville, France. Her last movie, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, will indeed be projected in premiere this Thursday, September 10th. The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, from the name of the character played by Robin Wright, tells the deceptions of a housewife whose husband obliged her to move in with him in a calm and retired suburb. The movie will be released on November 11 on the French screens, then as from November in the United States.
But this is not all, since the ex-Kelly Capwell of Santa Barbara will also receive this Thursday a tribute from the festival for her whole career, just like Harrison Ford or Andy Garcia ! So a nice consecration, at the moment when the actress knows a rebounding divorce with actor-director Sean Penn.
The photos of Robin Wright in Deauville, soon on this page...

Vincent Irizarry winner !

08/31/2009

Yesterday, on Sunday August 31, Vincent Irizarry (ex-Dr. Scott Clark) finally had his Daytime Emmy award ! It was the third time of his career that the actor was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award (see the News of 05/15), this year in the category of outstanding supporting actor for his character of Dr. David Hayward he took back last year in All my Children (see the News of 08/15/2008). All our congratulations to Vincent !
Louise Sorel is back

07/28/2009

Louise Sorel (ex-Augusta Lockridge) back in Days of our Lives ? This is the information that NBC confirmed today.
Ten years after having been fired from the soap in 1999 (see the
News of November 1999), Louise will indeed find again her character of the terrible Vivian Alamain as from September, for a limited duration still unknown. Happy come-back, Louise !

Robin Mattson cooks

07/28/2009

You pass by New York next September 21 ? So do not miss the 6th day of A Second Helping of Life. Its is the association Share which organizes this culinary festival to the benefit of the struggle against cancer. Many New York renowned chefs will be present, of whom... Robin Mattson ! The ex-Gina DeMott Capwell will make a demonstration of her cooking talents...

Lane Davies' summer festival

07/13/2009

As every summer, Lane Davies (ex-Mason Capwell) returns on stage. At the occasion of the second Tennessee Shakespeare Festival, Lane plays again his last year success A Midsummer Night's Dream, then a refreshed version of Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare, that he also directs. The festival is held from June 26 to July 19 in Bell Buckle, Tennessee.
According to
Lane-Davies.com : the official website, Lane will be also "simple" comedian in representations of My Fair Lady at Lamplighters in San Francisco in September, then in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at the end of October at Elmira College in New York.