Another big name has signed on for Prospect Park’s online version of All My Children. Fan favorite Cady McClain confirmed on her official website that she will reprise her role as Dixie Cooney Martin.
Though details are still being finalized, McClain opted to make the announcement herself due to news of her negotiations leaking earlier this week. She joins the already announced list of cast members Darnell Williams (Jesse), Debbi Morgan (Angela), Vincent Irizarry (David), Lindsay Hartley (Cara), Jordi Vilaluso (Griffin), Jill Larson (Opal) and Thorsten Kaye (Zach).
In her newest blog entry, she writes:[textblock style=”9″]Since word got out that AMC/PP contacted me, I thought it was best to wait a bit until I confirmed it out of respect for the fact I am still sorting out the details of the situation. However, I feel confident in telling you that I will be a part of the AMC Internet Re-boot. I am very excited about the possibilities for the show in this medium and want to help give it every chance at success.
As you probably know by now, I am fascinated with all the many possibilities for creative expression that the Internet has to offer. I have a feeling the show will find many new opportunities for connecting with fans and I look forward to being a part of that as well.
I am also thrilled that Ginger Smith, who has worked on AMC for as long as I can remember, is finally getting the chance to helm the show. There are few people that know and love AMC as much as Ginger. I know for a fact she is doing everything in her power to make the show as wonderful for the long time fans as she possibly can.
Thank you all so much for your well wishes and support.[/textblock]
Production for All My Children is set to begin February 25.
ARCHIVED: THE PROSPECT PARK TIMELINE – OLTL/AMC
- 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’