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Jerry verDorn Signs on for Prospect Park's 'OLTL'; Cameron Mathison, Alicia Minshew to Rejoin 'AMC'?


After numerous cast members have agreed to join Prospect Park’s upcoming All My Children continuation, fans of One Life to Live were feeling a bit jilted, worried it may be a wary sign of things to come. You can now breathe a sigh of relief as good things come to those who wait – former OLTL star Jerry verDorn has agreed to reprise his role as the dastardly Clint Buchanan!

VerDorn announced the news via his Facebook page:

“Hello Everybody.  One Life Lives. And good things come to those who wait. Or so it is said. About an hour ago I agreed to be part of the OLTL revival and I’m thrilled to be involved in entertainment history as the show we love moves to other formats. The fans consistent drum beat of support played a large part in Prospect Park never giving up trying to find a solution. And today they announced it to the world. With the cherry-on-the-top-news that Agnes Nixon has been hired as a consultant! For those who doubted, I don’t blame you as this has never been done before. For those who never lost hope and never stopped writing and calling, well, good things come to those who wait. Congratulations to you all. Welcome back to Llanview.”

Meanwhile All My Children alum Alicia Minshew (Kendal Hart) announced that she is in talks with Prospect Park but timing may be an issue as she is shooting two other ‘projects, and Cameron Mathison (Ryan Lavery) also announced that his schedule may cause issues. While he hopes to return it, may not happen (right away).

Are you excited to have verDorn be the first OLTLer to sign on? Who do you hope to hear next? And would you watch a Ryan Lavery/Kendal Hart-less AMC? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think.


Johnathon K.
Johnathon K. is a staff writer for TV Source Magazine. With a love of soaps, the Super Sentai Series and gaming, John's passion comes through in his writing and as a featured host of the TV Source Podcast, where he also serves as producer. In 2019, John launched his own podcast series "Our Take Media" which gives his take on various things in TV from soaps to reality television.

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