Submitted by Jeff Ferrantino on January 31, 2008
After eight years of portraying Dr. Maria Santos on the ABC daytime drama "All My Children," Eva La Rue was itching for a change. As much as she loved her character and daytime television, the grueling schedule of a soap star and the chilly east coast winters were getting to her.
Submitted by Jeff Ferrantino on May 31, 2007
As she prepares to hop a flight to Las Vegas for a Memorial Day weekend of premieres, parties, and pampering, Lauren Maher can only sit back and laugh at the whirlwind of a ride that her life has taken over the years.
"Hopefully, it will make me feel like I made the right choice," the young actress says, laughing as she awaits her trip to Sin City. "I can remember once living in some sort of basement studio in Queens and everybody thinking this was a great deal!"
Submitted by Shelby Meyers on April 30, 2007
Growing up in a quaint, colonial Pennsylvania town, Alexandra Chando, who plays Maddie Coleman on CBS' "As the World Turns," actually dreamed of having a hard knock life at a very young age. A hard knock life on stage, that is.
"My mom took me to see Annie," Chando explained about her first inspiration to act. "From that day forward I knew I wanted to do something like that."
Submitted by Jeff Ferrantino on March 31, 2007
Patience is certainly a virtue when it comes to describing actress/model Katie Lohmann.
When Lohmann was nine years old, she was afforded the chance to be a part of an all new "Mickey Mouse Club" television series, but parental fears closed the door on that opportunity.
Submitted by Jessamyn Cuneo on November 30, 2006
There are few women out there who can create their own version of Hollywood. Camille Solari seems to have the looks, talent, and will to do it all herself.
Let's put it this way: If Solari's career was a stove, she'd have something on all four burners, as well as in the oven. It's lucky she's so cool (with those ice blue eyes and all), or she'd be burning up at this point.
Submitted by Jeff Ferrantino on September 30, 2006
For most, breaking into the acting industry can be a long and often unlikely hurdle to climb. But for Leven Rambin, that daunting challenge lasted as long as her very first audition.
"I wasn't really expecting anything," explains the humble Rambin, who two years ago landed the role of Lily Montgomery on "All My Children" at the age of 14. "I was just so excited to have that opportunity as my first audition."
Submitted by Jessamyn Cuneo on May 31, 2006
She's not sick, just twisted. Only when she's at work, though.
Julie Berman is a 22-year-old recent graduate from USC, who now spends so much time in her character, Lesley "Lulu" Spencer, the scandalous daughter of Luke and Laura on the daytime soap opera "General Hospital," that sometimes Berman feels she's actually merging with Lulu.
Submitted by Jeff Ferrantino on January 31, 2006
Born in Boston, Mass., Shar Jackson's acting career began when she was enrolled in the legendary Al Fann Theatrical Ensemble at the age of three. While she attended private school, she began modeling with the Ubiquitous, John Robert Powers and Barbizon agencies. She also started to study acting at the same time, learning the craft under the direction of Bob Feldman — you may have heard of his acting son, Corey.
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