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EXCLUSIVE All My Children's Michael Nader Interview: Fan Favorite As Dimitri Marick Comes Home To Pine Valley!

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While All My Children has been given a second chance at its soap life, the olive branch continues with the series that is now delighting its long-time fans with some startling blasts from the pasts that have been woven into the fabric of their new and current storylines!  Many fans were delighted and shocked with the news that long time heartthrob and romantic lead, Michael Nader is returning to All My Children as Dimitri Marick after more than a decade since his last appearance on the ABC version of the show.

Fans loved the romantic Nader, and the character of Dimitri, and especially his pairing with the one and only Susan Lucci (Erica Kane).  But it wasn’t an easy road for Nader on the old AMC, and that is putting it mildly.  As had been publicly documented, as well as discussed in the book No Holds Barred, Nader was let go from All My Children due to budgetary considerations in 1999, but there was such fan outcry for him that the ABC Television Network brought him back to the role with a multi-year contract!  He returned in May of 2000.  Then in 2001, Nader then lost the role, once again, but this time it was due to trouble with the law, and from an official statement from ABC saying if he would address these issues, they would bring him back, which they never did.  Nader then sued ABC after learning they never had any intention of bringing him back, after he turned his life around.  Needless to say, that is the short abridged version of the tumultuous journey and road Nader has traveled.  But all of that … is now in the past!

On-Air On-Soaps had the pleasure of sitting down with Michael, when we visited the All My Children studios, where he was just beginning to tape new episodes as Dimitri.  We can tell you, Michael was forthright in our conversation, infusing it with self-effacing humor and wit, and a pleasure to talk! We know one thing, long time fans and new ones too, are going to love seeing him back where he belongs in Pine Valley this coming June.    So here’s our chat with Michael N.

So after all this time, how did you end up back on All My Children?

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MICHAEL:   It’s a cute little story.  I found out after I talked to Ginger Smith (executive producer, AMC).  Ever since I left All My Children many years ago, she was a fan of my work.  Obviously, she supported me because she was having, as I understand it, them already writing for me.  She said, “Start writing for him.  I am going to find him.”  Then Chris Goutman, the director said, “Michael’s daughter is on facebook … don’t you remember Lindsay?”  So she emailed Lindsay on her facebook page and said, “This is Ginger Smith.  I would like to speak with your pop!”  Lindsay then called me and said, “Dad, someone from All My Children wants to talk to you and I gave her your number.”

It must have felt like a sort of vindication, and felt really good to be sought after that way?

MICHAEL:  I have been out of the game. I did a couple of guest spots on Cold Case,and little things. Then I started drifting around and going to those, “Let’s see what they look like today interviews.”  I went, and you know what?  The industry has changed so much.  You know it’s sit around and wait.  I have a friend, a very good actor.  For seven years he did not get work.  All of a sudden because of his voice, he has an English accent, he started to get some voice-over work, and it was enough to make a living in Hollywood. Three weeks ago, I got call that he had a cerebral hemorrhage in his sleep. They found him three days later with his dogs around him.  So he waited by the phone, he got a little bite of life, and then he was taken.  And I said, “You know, I am so lucky of what I did, and to live in this wonderful community in Lake Tahoe.  I am at peace.”  Then the phone rings and it was Ginger!

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Fans loved you as Dimitri Marick!  You were one of the shows all-time leading men! 

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MICHAEL:  Who can complain with a thousand candles, me dressed as a Prussian Emperor, and dancing with Susan Lucci in Budapest?  C’mon, that was some good stuff!

Did Ginger inform you of the story to lure you back to the soap?

MICHAEL:  Truthfully, they did not tell me anything about storyline.  Ginger said, “I will do anything to have you come back … anything!”  I said, “I don’t need to know anything, sweetie.  Just have your financial team get on the horn and let’s get this settled, and I think this will be a gift for both of us!  You believe in me, which is wonderful, and I know you haven’t seen me, but trust me, I am ready to roll.”

Did you feel pressure with all that you had been through to come back now to your sort of old stomping grounds and begin the rigors of acting on a soap?

MICHAEL:  No, strangely enough.  I thought I would be nervous my first little day on set, but I was only nervous for the first beat, because it was one of those reveal things where you have to time it just right, and so for that moment my actor head goes, “Not real.  Not real.”  But then I let it go and it was just fine.  So for the first few weeks, I think I will be drifting in and out, and then I got some scripts where I get busy with JR.

Originally, there was so much speculation that when AMC cast European Russian bad boys Vlad and Yuri (who now we come to find out are running a sex trafficking ring) that somehow Dimitri might have a connection to them because of his European background, as well!

MICHAEL:  Those were the boys that I sent to check out the place?  No! (Laughs)  I honestly have no idea what the storyline is going to be, the plot, or anything.  I am just amazed after meeting with Jeff and Rich from Prospect Park, and seeing the product they are putting out. I went, “You know what?  This is good!”

You know I was sitting in front of you at the AMC and OLTL premiere!  What did you think when you saw the two shows on the big screen?  And, what was it like for you being there amongst all of your peers once again, many whom you have not seen in years?

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MICHAEL:  I was excited seeing it on the big screen.  All My Children was fun, and One Life to Live had this dark intensity.  I said, “Boy, One Life to Live is very gritty.”  And they said, “Just wait.  The storylines on this one are going to get very, very gritty.”  So honestly, it’s all just a fabulous reunion.  I got here, and on the first day I came up here to the studios in Connecticut, it was for a wardrobe fitting and make-up.  I literally have not seen anyone since the day I had to leave.  It has to be thirteen years ago.  The night when I went to the premiere, I walked on the red carpet near Cady McClain (Dixie, AMC) and Jill Larson (Opal, AMC).  Jill had not seen me yet, and I came up behind her, and she said, “Yes?”  And I said, “Hi Jill.”  And she said, “Can I help you?”  Then, I said “It’s Mike.”  Then the curtain came up and she howled and hugged me very tight.  Then later, she says “Just like me Mike, no one recognizes you.”  But then towards the end, I started to get some second looks from the fans, and then inside the premiere the three photographers who have been covering soaps forever yelled in unison, “Mike Nader!”  I went, “Yes, it’s me!”

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Do you suspect Dimitri will be a good guy or bad guy, this time?

MICHAEL: I don’t want him to be a bad guy.  I want Dimitri to be a caring man, but very, very tough when s**t comes his way.   If “Jr”, or David, or anybody gets in his way, they need to watch out.  So to any of the bad guys, I am hoping I might be the fulcrum to pull them down. That would be great.

Will you work with Thorsten Kaye (Zach, AMC)?

MICHAEL:  The reason I am sitting here with my head shaved is that when I saw Thorsten, I said, “I am not competing with that head of hair!”  Now, I still have hair in my head, but then I also saw Vincent Irizarry, who plays David!  So I went in and said, “Ralphie, let’s buzz this mother off!” (Laughs)

Did you ever stay in touch with your former AMC on-screen brother, Edmund, played by John Callahan?

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MICHAEL:  No.  I don’t know how long John stayed on All My Children after I did.  I think a little bit longer.  I ran into Walt Willey (Jackson, AMC) and Michael E. Knight (Tad, AMC) when we did Oprah’s show with the tribute to Susan, and at the end were all of her on-screen husbands.  I did that because I thought that would be fun and would mean a lot to Susan.  Being back here now in 2013, is a karmic thing for Ginger to have held me dear in her heart, all this time.  And then to have this happen for her, and then for her to go, “You know what?  I am in the position now to bring that dude back!”  She cared that much to make it happen!

Does it feel like this is a second chance at life in Pine Valley for you, and with the revival of AMC?

MICHAEL:  I think this version of All My Children is definitely the second coming of the show.  And the kids that they have now, they are allowing them to be real kids, not soap opera kids. They are dressing them fresher. The whole show is fresher.

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Show business is one of the toughest businesses to be a part of.  It can break your spirit, your heart, and can make you very wary of people, and who to trust.   Was your decision to reside currently in Lake Tahoe based partly on getting away from the rat-race of the “biz”?

MICHAEL:  I came down to visit Lindsay in Los Angeles, about a month before I got the call from AMC.  I said, “Lindsay, I’ve got to get out of here.”  We went out to dinner, and there were so many wannabes, and my daughter is so solid.   But who wants to live in Los Angeles, if you don’t have to?  I tell everybody: ‘there are a lot of pretty places if you let go of that old stuff.’  People hold on to their dreams for too long.  Get real!  Look, it happened for me, and then it didn’t happen for me anymore.  I found a community that I love.  But I accepted this, here at AMC, the gift that they told me that they wanted me to come home.

So soap fans, are you excited to see Michael Nader again as Dimitri Marick?  What do you think will happen when Dimitri hits Pine Valley?  How do you feel about Michael getting a wonderful opportunity to act again on the new AMC?  Let us know!

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Lauren
Lauren

Great interview, thank Michael and Michael! 🙂 I loved Dimitri and Alex and would welcome a storyline between them on AMC! It is my recollection that both the characters were written off leaving town together. Any chance of AMC mentioning what they have been doing? As little as tptb are using Finola on GH, this fan of both the actors hopes she does a crossover.

margie dalton
margie dalton

Sure am!! Great interview our cast of children coming home!

Lisa Bell
Lisa Bell

That interview was very informative , I am so happy to see Dimitri back once again.

Brenda Ramey
Brenda Ramey

will we be seeing Susan Lucci and Michael E. Knight back on All My Children? It would be great so see Edmund (John) and Walt Willey too.

ethel
ethel

i have loved him since he was on dynasty…………………..glad he is back!

tim
tim

Just speculation,but I’m thinking that Dimitri will turn out to be Celia’s mysterious guardian.

Beth
Beth

Welcome back–can’t wait to see you on AMC!!!!

cococraze24
cococraze24

I’m excited if somewhere down the line there would be a Dimitri and Erica reunion ( he’ll need 2 grow that hair back) though. Anyway, it would be great but I don’t want him interfering in Brooke and Adam’s relationship at all…. Brooke and Dimitri should NEVER happen! ABC attempted to pair those 2 back in the day and their was ZERO chemistry! and was dropped before they could kiss after the first date. IN short all for it just don’t pair him up with Brooke!

George
George

UGH. Never could stand this character. I have no interest in watching him so I won’t be. Wish I had me Jack/Erica and Tad instead.

Michelle
Michelle

So, SO happy about Michael’s return, yay! He has always been one of my favorites!

MJ
MJ

Finally! Welcome back Mr. Nader. You have been missed.

Kelly
Kelly

Loved the character of Dimitri and Michael is an excellent actor!! So glad to see him back where he belongs!!!

Gracies BFF
Gracies BFF

What wonderful news!

ABC sure did treat you poorly, so glad that Prospect Park has righted that wrong, Mr Nader.

I must say that I had given up on the new AMC ( a show I have watched since day one in January 1970), but now hearing this terrific news… I will watching again, just to see Dimitri , a character who I really loved back in the day.

Welcome home!!!

Mary Moore Fergen
Mary Moore Fergen

I think it’s terrific to have Dimitri and Michael back in Pine Valley! Can’t wait to see what he’ll be up to!

Rena
Rena

I am so happy that Michael Nader is returning to All My Children. I have missed Dimitri so much. Welcome back, Michael Nader. I love you!

Jodi
Jodi

Good stuff! So excited to see Dimitri back! AMC will definitely be gaining this viewer now! And I suspect many many more of Michael’s fans!!! Can’t wait!!!!!!!!!!!!

Johnny
Johnny

Well, as a long LONG time viewer of the show, I wish to be as objective as possible and say that he was fine in the role of Dimitri but not I am not exactly sure how that character fits in today. I am still so dismayed that the show’s airings have been trimmed down to twice a week that I guess that is dominating my thoughts and focus.
Of course, if Susan Lucci returns, I can see him clashing with her so that could be interesting. I just don’t know if that will happen in the future, so I guess I will have to, as they say, “stay tuned”.

Beth
Beth

Thank you! I’ve been thinking the same thing. We haven’t seen Dimitri in more than 10 years. Where does he fit in in Pine Valley? Was it just that Michael Nader was available when so many other, more recent actors on AMC were not? I so want Erica to show up and interact with him. Jackson should be mixing it up with him, too. How about Kendall? She stabbed Dimitri and was briefly married to his son. She should be there. I get the feeling that alot of what’s airing on AMC is slapped together based on the small number of actors ready, willing and able to show up in Pine Valley, and not based on a master plan, which may explain why I find AMC to be disjointed and the characters not as connected to each other as I would like them to be. I am hoping for better and I’m especially hoping for a return of the Kane women and Jackson, and more of the Martins, too, while we’re at it.

Johnny
Johnny

I know what you mean, Beth – it’s like, okay, what is the point – it’s not like he was a real “key” character in Pine Valley ~ they need to bring in Kendall, even if they have to re-cast which at this point, well who knows – it would be better if they brought back original actors but not just peripheral characters from years ago – “slapped together” as you phrase it does seem somehow to be appropriate. The “old days” of Pine Valley and Landview, I don’t know, the characters all seemed joined together somehow – one family mingled with another, and truly that element is missing nowadays.

Jessica
Jessica

I agree with you totally, Beth, and have made the same observations about the current AMC. I feel like there is no master story bible and they are merely throwing stuff at the wall to see what fits. Billy Clyde makes no sense in a story about contemporary sexual trafficking. I LOVE BILLY CLYDE, but he belongs in a very different kind of story. Every time he comes on screen, the menace that these new sleazy pimps generate is washed away the moment he opens his mouth.

I don’t know what on earth they have planned for a (bald) Michael Nader, but the days of the dark, mysterious European aristocrat as a soap staple are over, and to me it seems like a ridiculous addition to the cast. As he himself said, it seems to me more than Ginger Smith felt he was owed some kind of dignified closure because of the tacky, trashy way he went out, and is doing what she can to make it happen. I never cared for the character at all, and while I am happy to see old faces from a nostalgic point of view, I don’t think he makes sense and I don’t have any interest in him. That being said, I wish him well and I hope it all works out and I am forced to eat these words.

Kayla
Kayla

The only way I can see Dimitri fitting in on the current AMC atoryline is if he is Celia’s guardian

AJ
AJ

Dimitri is going to be revealed as Celia’s sponsor!

That’s my guess.

Lisa Bell
Lisa Bell

Wow, that is a good guess, now that i think about it you might be right.

dawnhaze
dawnhaze

I am overjoyed that Michael Nader is back. A complete cast to me would be for Michael E. Knight (my ears perked up when Dixie got a call from Tad while she was visiting JR in the hospital) and Walt Willey to return also. The possible story lines for all of them are limitless. I just keep thanking PP for bringing back the best soaps on television.

sunnid
sunnid

I agree with you whole heartedly!!! Rock on Prospect Park hope they work everything out with this law issue…. It would kill me to lose them again!!

c jean
c jean

Really missed M. Nader…can’t wait to see him! Loved him on AMC and Dynasty and anywhere else he popped up. Can’t wait to catch up on his character.

sunnid
sunnid

Very happy to see Michael come back. I’ve been missing him for years!!
Welcome back Dimitri… Long time no see… 🙂

Betty Norris
Betty Norris

I am so happy to have Michael Nader and AMC back!! Prospect Park is doing a fantastic job!!! Thank you!

Barbara
Barbara

Mike (mr. Dexter) I guess you got lucky. When I saw this I had to write this (for old times) . I’m happy for you. Barbara

merry jaworski
merry jaworski

I am so happy they brought him back. He was one of my favorites on the show. He is a very good actor and I am happy for him!

podgorica
podgorica

Hi, I am from Podgorica, capital city of Montenegro, East Europe.
In my country (former Yougoslavia) most popular show was “Dynasty”. One of my favorite actor was Michael Nader as Dex Dexter.
I am so happy to see “mr. Dexter” come back! My best regards for him!
Sorry if my english is not well.
Once again : WELCOME BACK DEX !!

Antoinette
Antoinette

I am so excited! I love Michael Nader.. Can’t wait to see Demitri back. He is an amazing actor. Looking forward to seeing him again!

Mary Bolger
Mary Bolger

I always thought Michael Nader was one of the most disciplined actors on AMC. He was a pivotal character and I for one am thrilled to see him back. Welcome back, Michael and all the best.

Paula Ashton
Paula Ashton

Very happy to see Michael Nader reprise his role as Dimitri! Love that it’s on Oprahs network.
He looks great and hooray for him, overcoming his demons.

Maria chopas
Maria chopas

I am so happy to have amc back and i am so excited to see dimitri back! Love it!! Thanks for bringing it alive again!!!

podgorica
podgorica

He is one of the best actors who appeared in a supporting role. With his charm, vigor and elegance deserved leading role. This is best demonstrated in “Dynasty,” where his charisma raised the ratings of the series.
It is therefore inconceivable that did not get a place in the following “The Reunion”!
Joan Collis could not get a better partner and its antipode behavior.
She should not prevent us from acting appearance of such a size because of their prejudices.
Goran from Podgorica, Montenegro

TISH PRUDEN
TISH PRUDEN

Dear Michael,
Thank you for being the kind thoughtful & generous person you are.
I met you the first day I was assigned to appear as a background
Player on AMC. You immediately made me feel welcome.
I will never forget you. I wish you a great new life in tthe
Forthcoming AMC. You have been greatly missed!
Sincerely,
TISH

Natalie Bridgeman
Natalie Bridgeman

By any chance dimintri marick pop up on gh

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Cameron first shared the news on Monday’s Home & Family in a special announcement enlightening viewers on his health condition (watch video below) and later took to his Instagram and social media to share more details.   Of note: Mathison’s healthy lifestyle has indeed helped, and shown, that his cancer has not spread.

In addition, Mathison wrote: “About a month ago, I had an MRI for some gut issues I’ve been having, and during that MRI they fd a tumor on my right kidney. It’s consistent with Renal Cell Carcinoma … or kidney cancer. The good news is that it hasn’t spread to any other organs🙏🏼 They say my healthy lifestyle and diet has no doubt helped keep it from growing and spreading to other areas, as doctors think it’s been growing in me for minimum 10 years🙏🏼. I am extremely lucky that we found it early.” He thanked his doctor and his family, saying, “[wife] Vanessa, [kids] Lucas and Leila have been absolutely amazing with their love and support… as have my mom, dad, brother, and everyone at Home and Family, Hallmark, and ET❤️ My surgery is scheduled on September 12th, I was hoping to receive positive thoughts, prayers, or whatever you feel comfortable with, on 9/12 (my surgery is at 1pm PST) 🙏🏼.” He concluded, “Feeling very grateful and optimistic!”

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At the time, ABC announced it would move to more lifestyle/entertainment series to replace these dramas.  In its place came The Chew and The Revolution, neither show is still on the air today.  Executives at that time pointed to research saying that times are changing and that their decision was “guided by extensive research into what today’s daytime viewers want,” and blame, in part, “the changing viewing patterns of the audience” for the axing of AMC and OLTL

Then ABC Daytime President, Brian Frons had joked to Deadline about the big announcement that he: “Pre-entered the witness protection program prior to today’s events.”  He added that “The demise of the two venerable soaps was actually a year in the making.  A year ago, we started to look at our projections where the ratings for the soaps would go.  When those projections came in pretty discouraging, the network began to aggressively develop replacement shows, 15 of them.  Four of the 15 were picked up to pilot: The Chew and The Revolution and two others, a talk show and a dating show. Originally, the idea was to cancel only one daytime drama.  The way the ratings developed and the pilots turned out, the ratings developed negatively and pilots developed positively, so we decided to make a bigger shift.”  Of note is that when it went off the air, One Life to Live was in third place among its competitors in the ratings.

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The press release that came with the cancellations stated: “To honor the core, passionate audience and their rich history both shows will conclude in a manner that respects their legacies and the longstanding hopes of many of their viewers.”

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Sadly, as with any shows, the end of ABC’s AMC and OLTL meant loss of jobs for so many working in front of the camera and behind the scenes. One Life was the last soap opera in production in New York at the time.  AMC was already being shot in LA to cut costs to save it.

Still in 2019, if you venture on to social media, especially Twitter, you see fans constantly missing its stars and the towns of Llanview and Pine Valley, wanting this wrong rectified.  Although Prospect Park tried to revive the show with their online versions, eventually after legal battles that went on for a few years, ABC now retains the right to these properties,

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The premise of Wild Cards is based on the sci-fi anthology series edited by George R. R, Martin, best known for writing the “Song of Ice and Fire” novels, on which HBO’s Game of Thrones is based.  Riegel’s husband, Andrew Miller is the showrunner attached to the upcoming series.

On Martin’s website he teases the set-up of the “leaked” video clip:  “This was not supposed to go public.. Everybody (Well, everybody that has been paying attention knows that we are developing two Wild Cards as a series for Hulu  Andrew Miller has taken the reins as showrunner, a writing staff has been hired, and they have been hard at work for months.  What was NOT supposed to be known is how far they’ve come.  Not only have some scripts been finished, but the first show has gone into production and has been shooting.  That was supposed to be a deep dark secret, however.   We wanted to surprise the world. It’s hard to keep secrets in Hollyweird, however.  And now it appears that some of the rough footage has been leaked by person or persons unknown”

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