"Season Two is going to take the suspense, the vision of the future and the haunting character drama to whole new levels, and we can’t wait for our fans to continue that ride next year."Jake Silbermann as Lamen in Let Me Make You A Martyr. Matt Bomer ("Guiding Light's" Ben Reade, 2002 to 2003; "All My Children's" Ian Kipling, 2000) did a cover shoot for the January/February issue of Men's Fitness magazine.
"As the World Turns'" fans will remember Jake Silbermann as Noah Mayer (2007 to 2010), one half of the popular Nuke couple (Luke Snyder, played by Van Hansis). Watch this behind the scenes video where the actor discusses his personal style and his favorite thing about working with Lady Gaga as Donovan on "American Horror Story," which airs Wednesdays at PM. "One Life to Live" alum Ryan Phillippe, who played the first gay teen in US daytime (Billy Douglas, 1992 to 1993), is off the market!
Of course, I'm grateful and honored to be telling this story and doing it in an interesting and respectful way." Hansis and Silbermann also spoke of this aspect regarding their own roles; they detailed what, if anything, they find useful in their lives when creating Luke and Noah.
Hansis stated, "Luke is all about the need to be loved and accepted. Life is about acceptance from the people who you want to love you.
But it's not usually about the acting, its just running lines." He said that the "acting comes" when the cameras are on.If not, leave us their name in the comments and we'll do our best to touch base with them. Luke was portrayed by Van Hansis, and Noah was portrayed by Jake Silbermann."The fan response has been really great to both the individual characters and where we're taking the relationship," Silbermann stated.
"Noah and Luke were voted top couple in a Soap Opera Digest poll.
He also appeared as Porter on "Guiding Light" in 2007. Laura Bell Bundy ("Guiding Light's" Marah Shayne Lewis, 2000 to 2001) and longtime boyfriend Thom Hinkle got engaged over the holidays. Based on the novel by Rebecca Serle, the story will follow a college student named Paige (Bella Thorne) who is cast as the lead in a big Hollywood film, which takes her on a journey through stardom and the mystery surrounding a missing popstar. Scott recently appeared as Mitchell in the Hallmark Channel film "Christmas Land" and opposite his "One Life to Live" on-screen sibling Jessica Morris (Jennifer Rappaport) in Lifetime's "The Wrong Roommate," both of which may still be available on-demand or via encores in your [email protected] first day of shooting with the talented @bellathorne @okgeorgie @imarleneking ??????