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VARIOUS TV/MOVIE AND LIVE APPEARANCES
Aaron D. Spears (Justin) has a lot of movies coming out in the next two years.
Darin Brooks (Wyatt) does a voice in the Hulu/Peacock show “The Croods: Family Tree”, which may return for season 8 later this year.
Tisha Campbell-Martin (ex-Dr. Martin) has a new series coming out, “Be Someone” and has another new show, “Uncoupled”. It premieres July 29 on Netflix. She appears Tuesday, Aug. 2 on “The Talk” on CBS and appears Tuesday, Aug. 2 on “Watch What Happens Live” on Bravo.
Katrina Bowden (Flo) has some upcoming movies this year.
Crystal Chappell‘s (ex-Danielle) produces, writes, directs and stars in “Venice: The Series.” Season 6 airs now; a new episode drops Fridays at venicetheseries.com. She and Hillary B. Smith (ex-Stacy) have a show called The It Girls on the Stoop! Help fund Season 3 Part 2
Jim O’Heir has a recurring role on “Bless This Mess” Tuesdays on ABC. He also appears on one episodes of the YouTube series “Liza on Demand” this year and has many movies coming out. He guest-stars on a re-run of “United States of Al” Monday, July 19 on CBS.
Denise Richards (Shauna) stars in a new series, “Paper Empire” and has a few new movies coming out. She also still appears on “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” on Bravo and stars in “Killer Cheer Mom” Saturday, August 28, 8:00PM on Lifetime.
Jacob Young (ex-Rick) has 4 new movies coming out and is joining the 11th and final season of “The Walking Dead” on AMC, which premieres August 22. He hosts “Daytime After Dark” on YouTube. He appears in “My Daughter’s Double Life” Friday, October 1, 8:00PM on the Lifetime Movie Network.
Reign Edwards (ex-Nicole) stars in “The Wilds” on Amazon.
Sean Kanan (Deacon), Patrika Darbo (ex-Shirley), Tristan Rogers (Hunter), Sarah Brown (ex-Agnes/Sandy), Ronn Moss (ex-Ridge), Scott Turner Schofield (ex-Nick), Justin Torkildsen (ex-Rick) and Anna Maria Horsford (Vivienne) star in the show “Studio City” on Amazon Prime. Kanan also wrote the series. He appears Friday, 9/23 on “The Talk” on CBS.
Kim Matula (ex-Hope) guest-stars on “The Resident” Tuesday, February 15 on FOX.
Robin Givens (Dr. Phillips) appears in “Riverdale” Wednesdays on The CW.
Ingo Rademacher (ex-Thorne) is back playing Jax, William deVry (ex-Storm) plays Julian Jerome, Kin Shriner (ex-Brian) stars a Scotty, and Tristan Rogers (ex-Hunter) has a recurring role as Robert, on “General Hospital.”
Kayla Ewell (ex-Caitlin) has 2 other movies coming out.
Rome Flynn (ex-Zende) appears in the next installment of Tyler Perry’s “Madea” franchise as well as another movie. He has a recurring role on Grey’s Anatomy Thursdays on ABC. He will star in a football comedy about a girl (Marsai Martin) who finds out she can control her football dad through a Madden NFL video game. Kelly Rowland and Omari Hardwick also star.
Hallmark Channel has renewed “When Calls the Heart,” starring Jack Wagner (ex-Nick), which airs on Sundays.
Debbi Morgan (ex-Jennifer) appears in the drama “Power” in the recurring role of Estelle on STARZ.
Tracy Melchior (ex-Kristen) has a new movie coming out and also a recurring role in the new BET drama “Games People Play,” out later this year.
Veteran actor Dan Martin (Lt. Baker) works regularly in movies and primetime TV.
Gina Rodriguez (ex-Beverly) has many new movies coming out this year.
Michael Swan (ex-Brad) appears in the movie “Revenge Best Serve Chilled” Saturday, May 14, 10:00 pm on Lifetime.
Mario López (ex-Christian) is co-host of the syndicated TV show Extra and does the voice of Cruz in “Elena of Avalor” on Disney Network. He will make a splash in the new HGTV series Supersize My Pool. He stars in the “Saved by the Bell” reunion TV series on PeacockTV (for free). He is guest host Tuesday, Nov. 22 on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” and stars in the movie “Steppin’ into the Holiday” 11/25 on Lifetime.
Kate Orsini (ex-Dr. March) has two movies coming out and stars in the series “Marisa Romanov” on Amazon Prime this Fall.
Linda Gray (ex-Priscilla) stars in the new upcoming movie “Prescience.”
Wayne Brady (ex-Reese) hosts “Let’s Make a Deal” daily in syndication and is working on a new movie “WRZ: White Racist Zombies.” He hosts the new FOX game show “Game of Talents” Wednesdays and does a voice in this series: Netflix The Cuphead Show!- Friday, 11/18 Season 3 premiere. Follow the misadventures of the impulsive Cuphead and his easily swayed brother Mugman in this animated series based on the hit video game.
Usher Raymond (ex-Raymond) is a successful musician and tours often. He appears in “Global Citizen Festival: Take Action Now Sunday, 9/25 (7:00PM ET) on ABC.
Heather Tom (Katie) has 2 new movies coming out this year.
Michael Lowry (ex-Dr. Hillman) has 2 movies coming out.
Courtney Hope (Sally) has 2 movies coming out soon.
A Martinez (ex-Ramon) stars in “Christmas on the Range” in December, 2019 (probably on Hallmark). He has two other movies coming out as well.
Finnegan George (Will) appears in the first episode of Marvel’s “New Warriors” TV series. No word yet on where/when it will air.
Adrienne Frantz (ex-Amber) has 3 movies coming out.
Sheryl Underwood (Emmy) appears daily on “The Talk” on CBS. She hosts The 89th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parades – Friday, December 17 on The CW.
Harley Graham (ex-Ali) appears in a few new TV series.
Morgan Fairchild (ex-Dorothy) has some movies coming out and has done a pilot for an interesting-sounding LGBTQ soap called “Mélange” which features many soap stars. It has not yet been picked up. Stay tuned! She does a guest-voice on a re-run of “The Simpsons” Sunday, Aug. 1 on FOX.
Scott Turner Schofield (ex-Nick) wrote and stars in the film “Becoming a Man in 127 EASY Steps.” He appears on “Tamron Hall” Monday, 6/29.
Shari Headley (ex-Heather) appears in the new YouTube series “On Becoming a God in Central Florida,” premiering in 2019.
Antonio Sabato Jr. has a few movies coming out.
Landry Allbright (ex-Bridget) has 2 movies coming out.
Lesley-Anne Down (ex-Jackie) has 2 movies coming out.
Pierson Fodé (Thomas) stars in Fritz Mitchell’s sports film “It’s Time” as NCAA football player Brad Gaines and his friendship with Roy Lee “Chucky” Mullins. No word yet on the release date. He also appears in a new TV movie and in this Facebook series “The Real Bros of Simi Valley.”
Matt Borlenghi (ex-Ziggy) finished a film and is working on a TV movie.
Lorenzo Lamas (ex-Hector) has a few movies coming out this year.
Joe Lando (ex-Craig) has a film and a TV movie out this year.
Chris McKenna (ex-Dr. Hayden) has a new movie out in 2019, “Dragged into Sunlight.”
Ashlyn Pearce (ex-Ali) has a few movies coming out.
Tracy Melchior (ex-Kristen) has a new movie coming out, “Bad Impulse.”
Ashley Jones (Bridget) guest-stars on “The Resident” Tuesday, May 10 on FOX.
Dorothy Lyman (ex-Bonnie) has two movies coming out.
Alley Mills (Pam) has a new film coming out, “The Fiddling Horse.”
Daniel McVicar (ex-Clarke) has a new movie, “Creators: The Past.”
Ashley Tesoro (ex-Kimberly) and husband, Anthony, have created a Christian lifestyle and ministry web series, “Life is for Living TV” formatted for the Internet and for people to view the clips on their phone or computer to be inspired and learn about the Bible. Check it out at www.lifeisforliving.tv or through YouTube.
Ashleigh Brewer (ex-Ivy) has a new movie coming out “On the Edge of Night.”
Obba Babatundé (Julius) has 4 movies coming out. He also appears in “Little Fires Everywhere” on Hulu in 2020 and frequently appears on “S.W.A.T.” Wednesdays on CBS.
Felisha Cooper (ex-Sasha) has 2 films out this year.
Texas Battle (ex-Marcus) has 3 movies coming out.
Adam Gregory (ex-Thomas) stars in “A Fiancé for Christmas” Thursday, December 9, 8:00PM on Lifetime.
Maeve Quinlan (ex-Maeve) has a few movies coming out this year.
Jeff Trachta (ex-Thorne) mostly does live singing and impersonations on stage.
Zack Conroy (ex-Oliver) is now an investment banker.
Diamond White (Paris) will show off her vocal skills this week, performing with her band at El Cid on Thursday, August 25 at 8:50 p.m. The address for the event is 4212 Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles, CA. The actress will perform both new and old songs. To get tickets, which are $10, click here.