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Kristoff St. John’s Dear Friend, Actor Stan Shaw, To Play Reverend At Neil Winters’ Funeral On Y&R

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In a very touching casting move, The Young and the Restless has brought in veteran actor, Stan Shaw to play a very special role in the upcoming funeral episode of the character of Neil Winters, as the top-rated soap opera says goodbye to the late Kristoff St. John (Neil) on-air.

St, John passed away in February from hypertrophic heart disease, according to the autopsy

Look for Shaw to appear on the upcoming April 25th episode of Y&R, according to TV Insider, who first posted the news.

Once the news broke, Shaw took to his Twitter account and shared: “Humbled and appreciative!”

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The relationship between Shaw and St. John goes way back to the time they both appeared on the miniseries, Roots: The Next Generation in 1979.  In it, St. John played a young Alex Haley while Shaw played Will Palmer.

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Shaw is also known for his work on Criminal Minds, The X-Files, North & South and Wiseguy to name but a few series and shows.

So, what do you think of Kristoff’s longtime pal, Stan Shaw presiding over Neil Winters funeral?  Comment below.

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I don’t think there will be a dry eye in the house with this episode. St. John , from all the outpouring from cast and friends, was truly an amazing and special man. He will be missed by them.

His character will be sadly missed by all us fans who only knew him as Neil.

Godspeed

Linda Ligons
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Linda Ligons

I know I will need tissues

annmarie roderiques
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annmarie roderiques

I still miss him RIP Kristoff ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

Momo
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Momo

Nice and probably sad for the actor.

Meg
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Meg

Glad he is doing this

su000
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eeeessshhhh..
why do they have the need to bring on the morbid?
Kristoff is on his journey, hopefully, not just resting in peace going nowhere.

But- to bring the sobbing and all that depressing stuff on screen is not cool.
I won’t be watching that episode..

Boop
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Boop

I’m so glad that we have choices; you have the one not to watch.

Lew S.
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Lew S.

Boop,Thanks for that reply.

Teresa Barroso
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Teresa Barroso

Let him RIP, I don’t think that is a good idea!!!

Meg
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Meg

I think it is a wonderful that they’re doing this for Neil and Ktistoff

Herbert Farmer Jr
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Herbert Farmer Jr

I WILL MISS NEIL ON YR,MY CONDOLENCES TO FAMILY AND CREW

Herbert Farmer Jr
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Herbert Farmer Jr

CONDOLENCES TO FAMILY AND CREW AMEN

Boop
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Boop

I’m glad that the show will remember Kristoff/ Neil; it’s what we do in life when loved ones pass. Some people make it low key by having graveside services. I want the show to truly memorialize Neil.

Linda Ligons
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Linda Ligons

I love him as a actor, and I’m glad to hear that they’re going to have his creator pass on the show. May he continue to rest in peace.

shelly
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shelly

This is awesome! More proof that Y & R is getting back on track.

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No word yet on what role Cameron will play and when he will debut.  Deadline broke the news of the newest GH cast member,

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