GH fave Carolyn Hennesy (Diane) has just added music video star to her resume! The actress appears in the video for the song "Fool" by pop group Fitz and the Tantrums. To learn more about Fitz and the Tantrums, visit their website at http://www.fitzandthetantrums.com. See the video for "Fool" starring Carolyn Hennesy below:
According to soapoperadigest.com soap faves Galen Gering (Rafe, DOOL), Greg Vaughan (Eric, DOOL), and Jason Thompson (Billy, Y&R) have launched apps to better connect with their fans. Each star has their own app through escapex. The idea is that these apps will provide a more personal connection with fans than what social media can offer. Like a modern day fan club of sorts, there will even be opportunities to meet the stars in person.
The apps are available through Google Play and the Apple App Store. They are free to download, but like most apps they include in-app purchase options.
Click on the actors' names above to find their individual apps.
I stumbled upon something interesting while scrolling through Instagram last night. It was a comment posted in response to a General Hospital video. The video was reposted by actress Laura Wright (Carly, GH; ex-Cassie,GL). The response came from actress Stephanie Gatschet.
You may recall that in addition to playing Madison North on All My Children, Gatschet played Cassie's daughter, Tammy, on Guiding Light.
Gatschet's comment to Wright was "I miss creating melodrama...keep an eye out for a good role for little ol' me. I wanna play!" (Check out the screenshot below)
So could Gatschet be eyeing a return to daytime? How cool would it be to see her starring opposite Laura Wright again?
Gatschet most recently starred in the web series Misguided.
UPDATE: Morgan Englund's Indiegogo campaign is now 76% funded. To meet his goal, $2,418 will need to be donated by June 2nd. To hear Morgan talk about his song Homeward Bound, be sure to check out my interview with him from last week at https://youtu.be/5Dyq4Tc7H-Y
Guiding Light alum Morgan Englund (Dylan Lewis) has launched an Indiegogo campaign to help fund a music video for a song he wrote called "Homeward Bound (A Firefighter's Song)", a fitting title and song for the actor who has worked as both a firefighter and paramedic.
Englund is hoping to raise $10,000 for the creation of the video, which will be directed by Andrea Shreeman. So far $3,199 has been donated to the campaign with a month left to go. Numerous perks are up for grabs for those wishing to contribute to the video's funding. $5 will get you a thank you shout out on social media from Englund, while the biggest perk, at $1500, will earn you an executive producer credit and a VIP visit to the set.