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April 02nd 2010:All My Children's Walt Willey and soap diva Catherine Hickland

This year, Walt Willey notches an amazing 23rd year as Jackson Montgomery on ABC's All My Children. Believe it or not, Willey was only supposed to be on ABC for a few episodes. While his alter ego has been embroiled in the typical soap opera drama and heartbreak, in the real world Walt is well-known for a great sense of humor. So join Walt as he visits Soap Central Live to talk about his AMC memories and his involvement in raising funds to help children with autism. Then, Catherine Hickland drops by for a surprise visit to chat with Dan about her time in daytime and what she's been up to s

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Walt Willey

Walt Willey didn't plan to be an actor. He majored in sculpture -- working in concrete and cast aluminum -- at Southern Illinois University, and is also accomplished at drawing and painting. It wasn't until he was a senior in college that Walt began to concentrate on acting. After graduation, he toured with an improvisational comedy group and decided to pursue an acting career in New York. Walt's first professional acting assignment in New York was as an extra on All My Children. He went on to play Joe Novak on Ryan's Hope, and appeared in several off-Broadway productions. His stage credits include a wide variety of plays, ranging from Frankenstein and Barefoot in the Park to Five Finger
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Catherine Hickland

Born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Catherine Hickland is well-known to television audiences for roles in both primetime and daytime. To soap viewers, she is known as Tess Wilder on Loving and The City, the dual role of Julie Clegg and Jenny Diamond on Capitol, and bad girl Lindsay Rappaport on One Life to Live. In 1995, Catherine starred as Fantine in Les Miserables on Broadway. Catherine also staged two sold-out performances of her cabaret, Boys on the Side. In 2006, Catherine began studying hypnosis and is now certified as a clinical hypnotherapist. She is a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, and lovingly assists people of all ages to overcome fears, phobias, heartbreak,
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