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April 23rd 2010:“All My Children’s Chrishell Stause and Ricky Paull Goldin”

It’s a “Goldin” opportunity for Jamanda fans to hear their favorite couple. Chrishell Stause chats about her time as AMC's Amanda, the return of Kate Collins as wacky Janet Green, and that possible Emmy nomination! Then, two-time Emmy nominee Ricky Paull Goldin discusses a daytime career that spans 20 years and four soaps -- Another World, The Young and the Restless, Guiding Light, and All My Children. Plus, get the inside dish on his new TLC primetime series, Seeing vs. Believing, where he exposes people claiming to have special “powers” and highlights those who are the “real deal.”

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Chrishell Stause

Chrishell Stause joined the cast of All My Children in the role of Amanda Dillon in April 2005. Stause was born and raised Draffenville, Kentucky (population: 1,000). She attended Murray State University where she received her B.A. in Theatre. At Murray State, she played Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest, Shelby in Steel Magnolias, Mina in Dracula, Poopay in Communicating Doors, and Isabella in Androcles and the Lion.
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Ricky Paull Goldin

Acting since the age of three, Ricky’s first professional job was a contract role on TV’s Romper Room. By the age of fifteen, he was on Broadway in On Golden Pond. Ricky headed to Hollywood where he landed recurring roles on shows such as Alf, Kate & Allie, and 21 Jump Street. After a season of Hail to the Chief starring Patty Duke, and a dozen other TV pilots, he was offered a three-year contract as Dean Frame on Another World. Ricky was hand-picked out of over 3000 singing and dancing performers to star as Danny Zuko in the Broadway revival of Grease. In 2001, he returned to daytime for a contract role on Guiding Light, where he reinvented himself as the lovable rogue FBI age
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