All My Children went back into production today, with the actors making their way to the set for the first day of filming. A slew of casting news has been released from The Online Network, actors and other outlets announcing the actors who’ll be taking over the roles of JR Chandler, Adam Chandler III, Petey Cortlandt, Cassandra Foster, Miranda Montgomery and more.
As previously reported, former Price is Right model Robert Scott Wilson, will be taking on the coveted role of Palmer and Opal’s son Pete “Petey” Cortlandt. In addition, Pine Valley will also see some familiar faces returning as Eden Riegel, Ray MacDonnell and Jennifer Bassey are expected to reprise their roles as Bianca Montgomery, Joe and Marion Martin, respectively.
One of the biggest questions involving AMC’s casting was who would be playing the vital role of JR Chandler. Last played by Jacob Young from 2003 – 2011, JR was at the center of many storylines during the final years of AMC’s television run. With Young now on contract at The Bold and the Beautiful, the role would need to be recast.
After a long search, Soap Opera Digest confirmed reports that Sweet Valley High alum Ryan Bittle (Dawson’s Creek, The New Normal) landed the part. The 36-year old actor Bittle appeared on All My Children once before in 2010, playing Madison’s (Stephanie Gatschet) date Logan. Meanwhile, Jill Larson took to popular social networking site Facebook to announce the role of AJ Chandler (Adam Chandler III) will be played by Eric Nelsen (NYC 22, Blue Bloods, The Good Wife)
Despite earlier reports to the contrary, the role of Miranda Montgomery will be played by former Disney Channel and Nickelodeon star Denyse Tontz (Big Time Rush, Dog with a Blog). Saleisha “Sal” Stowers has been cast as Angie Hubbard’s daughter Cassandra Foster, last played by Yaya DaCosta. Stowers is an alum of America’s Next Top Model. Her other credits include appearances on The New Girl and The Exes.
Filling out the Pine Valley teen scene is Dorell Anthony, Jordan Lee Price, and Natasha Tax. Their roles are unknown at this time.
More casting news is expected to be announced in the coming days. TVSource Magazine will continue to provide updates as warranted with the most accurate information available. Are you excited to see these actors debut? Who are you looking forward to the most?
ARCHIVED: THE PROSPECT PARK TIMELINE – OLTL/AMC
- ‘The Price Is Right’s’ Robert Scott Wilson Cast on ‘All My Children’
- Julia Barr to Reprise ‘All My Children’ Role? Michael Knight Not Returning “Right Now”
- Susan Lucci, David Canary Return To ‘All My Children’
- ‘All My Children,’ ‘One Life to Live’ to Begin Production February 25
- Cady McClain Signs on for ‘All My Children’ Reboot
- Prospect Park Statement on Status of ‘One Life to Live’ Characters on ‘General Hospital’
- Michael Easton, Roger Howarth, Kristen Alderson to Cease Work at ‘General Hospital’ on February 8
- ‘All My Children,’ ‘One Life to Live’ to Premiere in the Spring on iTunes, Hulu Platforms
- ‘One Life to Live’ Cast, Production Update From Prospect Park
- ‘All My Children’ Cast, Production Update From Prospect Park
- ‘General Hospital’ Characters Todd, Starr and John to Exit, Return to ‘One Life to Live’
- Robert S. Woods and Erika Slezak Sign on for ‘One Life to Live’
- Robin Strasser signs on for ‘One Life to Live’ reboot
- Prospect Park Names ‘OLTL’ Head Writers; Casting and Writing Rumors for ‘AMC’
- Prospect Park and WGA Reach Deal for ‘All My Children,’ ‘One Life to Live’ Reboots
- Jerry verDorn Signs on for Prospect Park’s ‘OLTL’; Cameron Mathison, Alicia Minshew to Rejoin ‘AMC’?
- It’s Official: Prospect Park Confirms ‘All My Children,’ ‘One Life to Live’ to Begin Production Next Month
- Debbi Morgan and Darnell Williams Sign On To ‘All My Children’ Reboot
- ‘All My Children,’ ‘One Life to Live’ Creator Agnes Nixon Issues Statement on Prospect Park’s Reboot
- Vincent Irizarry Joins ‘All My Children’ Reboot; Prospect Park Names New ‘OLTL’ Executive Producer
- Prospect Park’s Plans for ‘All My Children,’ ‘One Life to Live’ Unveiled
- Susan Lucci In Talks with Prospect Park for ‘All My Children’ Reboot
- Prospect Park Revives Plans for ‘One Life to Live’ and ‘All My Children’
- ‘One Life to Live’s’ Frank Valentini, Ron Carlivati To Take Over ‘General Hospital’ Effective January 2012
- ‘GH’ Shake-Up: Jill Farren Phelps OUT; ‘OLTL’s’ Frank Valentini Named New Executive Producer
- Prospect Park Shelves ‘One Life to Live,’ ‘All My Children’ Online Projects
- More Stars Sign on to Continue With ‘One Life to Live’ Online
- Prospect Park Announces Tentative Launch for TOLN
- Susan Lucci Declines Prospect Park Offer, Will Not Continue with ‘All My Children’
- Four ‘OLTL’ Stars Sign On With Prospect Park
- Prospect Park Negotiating With Unions; Meets With Stars from ‘AMC’
- New Life for ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’
- Ron Carlivati Joining ‘GH’ Writing Team After ‘One Life’ Series Finale
- Brian Frons Reveals AMC/OLTL Cancellation Was A Year In The Making
- ABC Cancels ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’
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