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Kurt McKinney set to play doctor involved with "mystery patient" case on OLTL!

Guiding Light fan favorite Kurt McKinney (Ex-Matt Reardon) has been cast on One Life to Live as a physician working at the Kentucky hospital, where Kim Andrews has been hiding and helping the “mystery patient”.

According to ABC Soaps In Depth, “No further details have been announced at this time, but an ABC rep says that McKinney will debut on Friday, October 14.”

And who do you think the “mystery patient” is? Let us know!

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todd
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todd

I was hoping the patient was Gigi, but after seeing how bad she wants to get out of OLTL and take JPL with her, I am hoping it is Stacy…..with Crystal Hunts actual face.

Torrey
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Torrey

Yeah, she does seem kinda bitter, doesn’t she? You know, after all of the great on-going story lines that she has been afforded over the years at OLTL, you would think she would be a little more gracious. Since she came on the scene, she has had one story line after the other… I’m kinda hoping to see Crystal’s face now too. I don’t think Farah doing that Dirty Soap show was a good idea, being that she is showing her true colors. I like Gigi a lot more than Farah….lol

Chris
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Chris

It’s already been revealed that the mystery patient is Stacy since Kim said “That was a close one, Stacy!” after Kim distracted Rex from seeing Stacy in her hospital room! Stacy may also had plastic surgery to get Gigi’s face after Kim’s brother Cutter saw something shocking about how Stacy looked when he first saw her!

Brian Greene
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Brian Greene

I love Kurt McKinney & I’m also thinking that the mystery patient is “Stacy” as played by Crystal Hunt! 🙂

Iakovos
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Iakovos

Stacy, really? Why? What is this fixation of not allowing characters to die and remain dead? I know it is a soap staple but even pizza and beer grow tiresome when you have it every night! And does anyone else find it a tad ironic the title of this drama is ONE LIFE TO LIVE. Heck! Seems like you are good for two or three in Llanview PA!! 🙂

Blake
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Blake

Cool that Kurt is coming to OLTL. It would be funny if he shared scenes with Wendy Moniz (the new mayor) since they were Matt and Dinah on Guiding Light. And that Kim Zimmer and Jerry Ver Dorn are on there also!

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Crystal Chappell & Hillary B. Smith To Talk Soap Careers, Venice the Series, and More In Upcoming Virtual Chat

Look for former Guiding Light, Days of our Lives and One Life to Live star, Crystal Chappell (Ex-Olivia, Carly, Maggie)  along with former As the World Turns and One Life to Live mainstay, Hillary B. Smith (Ex-Margo, Nora), who are both good friends and business partners on several projects, to make an appearance next week on The Locher Room with host and former soap publicist, Alan Locher.

As daytime and digital drama fans know, both women have won Daytime Emmys, and both are in Venice the Series, Beacon Hill and more.

Chappell was at the forefront of the web series and digital drama boom, while later both Smith and Chappell produced and directed these series and more.

Circle next week on Wednesday, September 23rd for the virtual conversation.  You can watch the livestream here. 

It all begins at 3 p,m. EST/Noon PST.  So have your questions ready for these gals!

Now, let us know below, which of Chappell’s and Smith’s daytime soap  or digital roles rate among your favorites? Comment below.

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WATCH: Matt Bomer & Tuc Watkins in Official Trailer for Netflix’s Film Adaptation of ‘Boys in the Band’

Former soap alumni are featured in the highly-anticipated film version of the Broadway revival of the classic play Boys in the Band.   In the stellar cast are former Guiding Light star, Matt Bomer (Ex-Ben) and former One Life to Live star, Tuc Watkins (Ex-David).

Matt and Tuc join Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Andrew Rannells, Michael Benjamin Washington, and Robin de Jesús.  The actors reprise their roles for the film from the 2018 stage version.

Boys in the Band streams on Netflix; starting at the end of the month on September 30th

Joe Mantello directed the movie adaptation, based on the play by Mart Crowley, who passed away earlier this year.

The film centers around a group of gay men who gather together for a birthday party in 1968 New York. The night starts to unravel when a guest from the host’s past appears.

The film from Ryan Murphy released the official trailer today.  Check it out below.

Are you intrigued to see Matt and Tuc in Boys in the Band coming soon? Let us know via the comment section.

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Former AW, GL and SFT Star, Marcus Smythe Dead At 70

Sad news to report.  Marcus Smythe, who portrayed Dane Taylor on Search For Tomorrow, Peter Love on Another World, and Gordon Middleton on Guiding Light died at the age of 70 over three-year-long battle with brain cancer last week on August 20th, according to the Crescenta Valley Weekly.

Daytime fans remember Smythe in his heartthrob roles on the soaps in the 70’s and 80’s.  He also appeared on Port Charles in a short stint in the role of Dean Eldridge. Marcus died at his home with his family by his side in La Crescenta, California.

In addition throughout his career in film, TV and the theatre he worked with the likes of: Henry Fonda, Myrna Loy and Jessica Tandy.  Smythe was the recipient of Drama Logue and LA Weekly Drama Awards during his stage career in Los Angeles.

Marcus is survived by his wife, Suzanne Goddard, two sons, Harrison and Duncan, and brother Casey.

A memorial remembrance will be deferred to either electronic access or post-pandemic in-person service.  In lieu of flower tributes, the family respectfully encourages contributions to a favorite charity or Democrat in the upcoming election.  Snythe’s loved ones share they wish to reinforce to everyone that the pandemic is real and asks everyone to please wear a mask.    

Share your remembrances and condolences for Marcus via the comment section below.

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