Where to See Your Favorite Y&R Stars!
VARIOUS TV/MOVIE AND LIVE APPEARANCES
Guest-Starring Roles and Movies
Kelli Goss (ex-Courtney) stars in “United States of Al” Thursdays on CBS.
Alyvia Alyn Lind (Faith) appears in a movie “Masquerade” later this year and in the new series “Chucky” on Syfy this fall.
Erica Gimpel (ex-Harriet) guest-stars on “NCIS: New Orleans” Sunday, February 14 on CBS.
Matthew Atkinson (ex-Austin) has a recurring role on “Everyone Is Doing Great” on HULU.
Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea), Vincent Irizarry (ex-David), Eva La Rue (Celeste), Eden Riegel (ex-Heather), Chrishell Stause (ex-Bethany), Steve Burton (ex-Dylan) and many other soap stars appear in “ABC Daytime: Back on Broadway” which will be streamed Thursday, Feb. 11 on this site.
Christel Khalil (Lily) appears in an upcoming film, “We Need to Talk.”
Camryn Grimes (Mariah/ex-Cassie) has a new movie coming out, “Haunted: 333.”
Joshua Morrow (Nick) has a new movie coming out, “Loyalty.”
Doug Davidson (Paul) has a new moving coming out, “Season of Rage.”
Lauralee Bell (Chris) appears in these first two movies: Lifetime V.C. ANDREWS’ LANDRY FAMILY MOVIE SERIES – Saturday, March 20, 8:00PM Kristian Alfonso (Days of our Lives); Golden Globe nominee, Marilu Henner (Taxi); Leo Award winner Richard Harmon (The 100, Bates Motel); Leo Award winner Jennifer Laporte (V.C. Andrews’ Web of Dreams) and Evan Roderick (Arrow, BH90210) joining the cast. The four-movie V.C. event airs consecutively over two weekends starting at 8pm ET/PT on Saturday, March 20 and Sunday, March 21 and then again at 8pm ET/PT on Saturday, March 27 and Sunday, March 28. The movie series follows Ruby Landry, who after being raised by her loving spiritual healer grandmother in the Louisiana bayou, is ensnared in a world of dark family secrets and betrayal, upon discovering that she has another family living in New Orleans. The V.C Andrews’ Landry Family book series – Ruby, Pearl in the Mist, All That Glitters and Hidden Jewel – is the second highest-selling series from the author and becomes Lifetime’s latest adaptation of the prolific writer’s work. Lifetime’s new movie series comes on the heels of last summer’s premiere of V.C. Andrews’ Casteel Family movie series, which ranked as cable’s #2 new drama series among W25-54 for 20191. Promo
Victoria Rowell (ex-Dru) appears in 4 new movies.
Dennis Haysbert (ex-Ron) has a new movie coming out, “Silent Retreat,” and he does many commercials for Allstate Insurance.
Loren Lott (ex-Ana) stars in the new series “Star Trek Renegades Ominara.”
Tony Todd (ex-Gus) has many movies coming out in the next few years.
Tatyana Ali (ex-Roxanne) stars in “The Reason,” a film expected later this year.
Nia Peeples (ex-Karen) has quite a few new movies coming out in the new few years.
Darius McCrary (ex-Malcolm) has 2 movies coming out this year.
Eva Longoria (ex-Isabel) has a few movies coming out and appears on the Critics Choice Awards 3/7/21 on The CW.
John O’Hurley (ex-Jim) has a bunch of movies coming out this year, plus he does the voice of King Neptune for the video game, “SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated.”
Judith Chapman (ex-Gloria) plays Nancy Reagan in an upcoming movie, “King Richard.”
Marco Dapper (ex-Carmine) has 2 movies out this year.
Laur Allen (ex-Julie) has 2 movies out this year and appears in the digital series “Moto Nostra: GR224.”
Cam Gigandet (ex-Danny) has 3 movies coming out this year.
Adrienne Frantz (ex-Amber) has 4 movies coming out.
Michael Gross (ex-River) has two movies coming out.
Nick Spano (ex-Chad) appears in the film “Might Oak.”
Ray Wise (ex-Ian) has 2 movies coming out this year.
Michael Roark (ex-Travis) has 2 movies coming out this year.
Rick Hearst (ex-Matt) appears in the upcoming film “Alieu the Dreamer” and sells real estate in his spare time.
Vanessa Marano (ex-Eden) has several movies coming out. She appears in “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life,” which airs Monday 11/23 through Thursday 11/26 on The CW.
David Scott Lago (ex-Raul) has several new movies coming out.
Sean Kanan (ex-Deacon) has 4 new movies coming out.
Tracy Melchior (ex-Veronica) has 2 movies coming out.
Blair Redford (ex-Danny) has a movie coming out, “Goy.”
Scream Queen Barbara Crampton (ex-Leanna) has 4 new movies coming out.
Yvonne Zima (ex-Daisy) has a movie coming out, “Hypnotized.”
Burgess Jenkins (ex-Billy) also has 2 new movies coming out.
Marco Dapper (ex-Carmine) has 2 new movies coming out.
Sean Patrick Flanery (ex-Sam) has 6 movies coming out.
Josie Davis (ex-Grace) has 2 movies coming out and stars in the upcoming TV series “The Hot Seat.”
TV Series Regulars
Sean Dominic (Nate) appears in the TV drama “Code 13: Unreadable” in 2021.
Zach Tinker (Fen) guest-stars on “NCIS: Los Angeles” Sunday, February 14 on CBS. He has a few movies coming out, too.
Shemar Moore (ex-Malcolm) stars as Daniel “Hondo” Harrelson and produces “S.W.A.T.” Thursdays on CBS.
Ignacio Serricchio (ex-Alex) plays Don West, a roughneck smuggling luxury goods on the side, in Netflix’s remake of “Lost in Space.” It returns for Season 3. He also does voices in “Family Guy” on FOX and “American Dad” on TBS.
Wilson Bethel (ex-Ryder) stars in “All Rise” Mondays on CBS.
Marisa Ramirez (ex-Carmen/Ines) is a series regular on CBS’ “Blue Bloods,” on Fridays at 10 p.m. ET.
Chene Lawson (ex-Yolonda) appears in the Amazon Prime series, “All Things Undone” this year.
Corbin Bernsen (ex-Father Todd) has a recurring role on “The Resident” Mondays on FOX and on “Magnum, P.I.” Fridays on CBS. He has many movies coming out, including “Psych: The Movie 2” on the new NBCU streaming service Peacock.
Noemi Gonzalez (ex-Mia) appears in the new Netflix series “Selena” and has a movie coming out, “The Tax Collector.”
Lachlan Buchanan (ex-Kyle) appears in “Station 19” Thursdays on ABC.
Penn Badgley (ex-Phillip) stars in “You” on Netflix and has 2 movies coming out.
Eva Marcille (ex-Tyra) stars in “Real Housewives of Atlanta” on Bravo and in “Dish Nation” in syndication. She appears on “The Wendy Williams Show” Thursday, 9/17 (Re-run from 2/27/20).
Eric Roberts (ex-Vance) is a busy working actor who has many movies coming out and appears on a few TV series. Please click on the link to see them all! He appears in “The Wrong Mr. Right” Friday, January 15 on the Lifetime Movie Network.
Danny Trejo , who played a bartender on the show in 2008, has many movies coming out. He also appears in the upcoming scifi series “Paragon.”
Eddie Cibrian (ex-Matt) stars in a new Netflix series, “Country Comfort.”
Sophie Pollono (ex-Delia) stars in the Disney show “Fast Layne.” No word yet on whether it will return for season 3. She also has a movie coming out, “Small Engine Repair.”
Kevin Alejandro (ex-Dominic) stars in “Lucifer” on Netflix and in an upcoming series, “The Keepers.”
Michael Nouri (ex-Elliot) appears in the upcoming TV series “Paper Empire.” He guest-stars on a re-run of “NCIS” Sunday, 1/17 on CBS.
Robert Gant (ex-David) appears in the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why.” He guest-stars on “The Neighborhood” Monday, January 25 on CBS.
Mckenna Grace (ex-Faith) appears in “Fuller House” on Netflix. The second half of their 5th and final season premieres June 2. She has 2 movies coming out, including the “Ghostbusters” sequel and has a recurring role on “Young Sheldon” Thursdays on CBS.
Noah Alexander Gerry (ex-Charlie) also appears in “Fuller House,” as well as in “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Station 19” on ABC.
Christine Ebersole (ex-Maxie) is part of the cast on “Bob Hearts Abishola” Mondays on CBS. She does voices on the Cartoon Network show “Steven Univers” and has a new movie coming out, “Starbright.”
Linden Ashby (ex-Cameron) appears in the Netflix series “Trinkets.”
Jessica Heap (ex-Eden) stars in a new series “The Wonderful Wendalls,” but no word yet on where it can be seen.
Kate Linder (Esther) has 3 new movies coming out and appears in the upcoming digital series “The Salon”.
Eden Riegel (ex-Heather) does voices on many animated series, including “The Owl House” on HULU.
Kelly Sullivan (ex-Sage) appears in “Henry Danger” on Nickelodeon and has a couple of movies coming out.
Mimi Kennedy (ex-Feather) has a recurring role on “Mom” on CBS. She also has 2 movies coming out.
Jim Beaver (ex-Leo) has a recurring role on “Supernatural” on The CW, appears in “The Boys” on Prime, and has a few movies coming out.
Darcy Rose Byrnes (ex-Abby) does voices for the Netflix animated series “Spirit Riding Free: Riding Academy” and “Isi & Ossi.”
Lachlan Buchanan (ex-Kyle) appears on “Station 19” on ABC.
Michael Badalucco (ex-Mark) appears in “Never Have I Ever” on Netflix and has a movie coming out, “Blue Wonder.”
Lorraine Toussaint (Dr. Watkins) appears on “The Equalizer” Sundays on CBS. She appears on “The Talk” Friday, 4/16 on CBS.
Stephanie Erb (ex-Dr. Mead) appears in the YouTube series, “Therapy with Pami,” in the series “Short Smirks,” guest-stars in “L.A.’s Finest” this year on Paramount, and appears in the movie, “The Little Things,” out in 2021.
Vivica A. Fox (ex-Stephanie) stars in the syndicated show Face the Truth and has many movies coming out. She appears Wednesday, 4/7 on “The Wendy Williams Show” (Re-run from 2/10/21).
Don Diamont(ex-Brad) plays Bill, Heather Tom (ex-Victoria) plays Katie, John McCook (ex-Eric/Lance) plays Eric, Jennifer Gareis (ex-Grace) plays Donna and Matthew Atkinson (ex-Austin) plays Thomas, all on “The Bold & The Beautiful” weekdays on CBS.
Susan Seaforth Hayes (ex-Joanna) plays Julie, Emily O’Brien (ex-Jana) plays Gwen, Stephen Nichols (ex-Tucker) plays Patch, Lamon Archey (ex-Mason) plays Eli, and Greg Vaughan (ex-Diego) plays Eric, Terrell Tilford (ex-Barton) plays D.A. Giddens, all on “Days of Our Lives” on NBC.
Tristan Rogers (ex-Colin) plays Robert, Maura West (ex-Diane) plays Ava, Michael E. Knight (ex-Simon) plays Martin, Emme Rylan (ex-Abby) plays Lulu, Steve Burton (ex-Dylan) plays Jason, Genie Francis (ex-Genevieve) plays Laura, Kin Shriner (ex-Harrison) plays Scott, Cynthia Watros (ex-Kelly) plays Nina, Briana Henry (ex-Esmeralda) plays Jordan and Vernee Watson (ex-Birdie) plays Stella, all on “General Hospital” weekdays on ABC. Watson also appears on “Bob Hearts Abishola” Mondays on CBS.
Michael Damian (ex-Danny) is always busy writing, producing and directing his own movies.
Cady McClain (ex-Kelly) is busy directing and producing her own movies.
NOTE: All appearances are subject to change, due to covid-19.
Fantasy YR Weekend Saturday, September 12, 2020 in Cincinnnati, OH. Joshua Morrow (Nick), Brytni Sarpy (Elena), Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea), Jordi Vilasuso (Rey) & Bryton James (Devon). More Info
Fantasy YR Weekend Sunday, September 13, 2020 in Pittsburgh, PA. Joshua Morrow (Nick), Brytni Sarpy (Elena), Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea), Jordi Vilasuso (Rey) & Bryton James (Devon). More Info
Kate Linder’s 7th Annual OpportuniTea at the Westin Calgary, 320 4th Avenue Southwest. Sunday, October 4, 2020, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Brytni Sarpy (Elena), Bryton James (Devon), Christian J. LeBlanc (Michael), Kate Linder (Esther), Mark Grossman (Adam), and Sharon Case (Sharon).
VIP Meet & Greet 12:15 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Autographs & Photos for all guests 3:15 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
This is to benefit March of Dimes Canada’s Conductive Education Program.
For more information, visit marchofdimes.ca/calgarytea.