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McKenzie Westmore is an actress who is best known for her role as Sheridan Crane Lopez-Fitzgerald on the “Passions” soap opera. She appeared in a recurrent role from 1999 to 2008 in a nine year run. McKenzie is also a singer, among her other talents. While most people think of her as Sheridan, the actress has appeared in many other roles throughout her career. Here are five things that you didn’t know about her. 1. Robert De Niro gave her a start in acting De Niro was at the home of McKenzie’s parents because her father was a makeup artist
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- Dana Hanson-Firestone
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According to a new report from the folks at Soapcentral, we're about to see a new doctor character show up on the "Bold And The Beautiful" scene in late July 2017. He's going to be played by French-American actor Gilles Marini (above). His guest appearance is being described as a very pivotal arc. Also, they say his Summer storylines are supposed be very juicy. Getting back to his character description. They're told that he will be a doctor who has to unexpectedly treat a character in Monaco. He's expected to show up onscreen in two episodes that will start on Friday, July 28th,2017. So, be sure to look out for him on that date. Gilles Marini's acting resume includes roles in HBO's hit drama "Sex and The City" and Lifetime's "Devious Maids," "Brothers and Sisters," "Ugly Betty," "Dirty Sexy Money," "Two Broke Girls," and Switched at Birth. He also competed in seasons 8 and 15 of ABC's hit dancing show, "Dancing With the Stars." He was also previously cast on "The Bold And The Beautiful" as different characters for a couple of one-episode stints in 2005 and 2007. He played an Italian bicycle rider on the now defunct "Passions" soap opera way back in 2006. In addition to the whole treating a patient storyline, they also mentioned that Gilles arc will include some characters traveling to Monte Carlo for the annual Spencer Summit. There's also going to be a swimwear fashion show challenge that's going to pit the Spectra and Forrester fashion houses against each other. So, that certainly sounds like that could give us some pretty intense storylines to look forward to. Unfortunately, they didn't mention which other characters we'll see in Monte Carlo. But hopefully, some more info will pop up before that date. Be sure to follow us for more "Bold And The Beautiful" news coverage on our "Bold And The Beautiful" Facebook page by Clicking Here. »
- Andre Braddox
“Musical episode.” No two words strike fear in the hearts of network executives — and snark in the minds of critics — with greater expedience. But when done right, the result can be a beautiful thing.
VideosThe Flash and Supergirl Get Retro Glam in First Musical Crossover Promo
With two big-ticket musical episodes on the horizon — the Supergirl/Flash crossover airs Tuesday (The CW, 8/7c), while Once Upon a Time‘s song-and-dance hour will air later this season — TVLine decided to take a look back at some of our favorites from days (and shows) gone by.
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“I didn’t know I was known as the ‘daytime guy,’” Justin Hartley, star of the breakout NBC series This Is Us, tells Et from the top of the Empire State Building in New York City, where on a chilly February morning he’s happily posing for cameras, making the rounds with reporters and acknowledging fans who recognize him as the 36-year-old version of Kevin Pearson. “But this show certainly has changed the trajectory of things.”
Created by Crazy, Stupid, Love screenwriter Dan Fogelman, the multigenerational family dramedy has quickly become the biggest hit of the 2016-17 TV season, pulling in at least 13 million viewers each week and earning several Golden Globe nominations, including Best Television Series – Drama. The show also marks the biggest role of Hartley’s career, which started with playing Nicholas Foxworth "Fox" Crane on Passions before spending the better part of a decade appearing on Smallville, Emily Owens, M.D. and »
Most stories you hear of baby’s first words probably include one like “Mama,” “Dada,” “no” or even “dog,” but one early addition to Natalie Zea‘s daughter’s vocabulary was a little more outside the box.
“She really says ‘white wine,’ as articulate as any grown adult,” The Detour star tells People Now of her 16-month-old little girl Reygan. “She can barely say ‘Mama,’ but she can say ‘white wine.’ ”
And where did Reygan pick that up? “I have my white wine at dinner,” admits the actress, 41. “So she’s just very … astute.”
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- Jen Juneau
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