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More Stars Sign on to Continue With ‘One Life to Live’ Online


The cast for the online version of OLTL is continuing to take shape — five more actors and head writer Ron Carlivati have signed on to continue with the show!

More Stars Sign On To OLTL

Soap fans rejoiced when it was announced that the company Prospect Park would be picking up One Life to Live and All My Children. Though the specific details are still being ironed out for the online format, we’re getting confirmations this week of one of the most important parts of the shows – the actors.

TV Guide is confirming that One Life to Live cast members Melissa Archer (Natalie), Kelley Missal (Dani), Sean Ringgold (Shaun), Andrew Trischitta (Jack), and Jerry VerDorn are the latest to sign on with Prospect Park. They join cast members Ted King (Tomas), Michael Easton (John), Kassie DePaiva (Blair), and Erika Slezak (Vicki).

In addition, Emmy winning head writer Ron Carlivati has signed on to continue with the show. Carlivati was to go to General Hospital after OLTL ended production to become co-head writer. It should be noted that the deals with the actors and Carlivati are subject to the approval of their unions – AFTRA (American Federation of Television and Radio Artists) and the WGA (Writers Guild of America).

This is a promising cast for when the online format debuts sometime after One Life to Live leaves ABC next spring. Will you be watching?


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