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December 03rd 2010:Survival of Soap and GH/YandR star Tristan Rogers

Author and soap opera historian Sam Ford visits Soap Central Live to answer the question on the minds of all soap fans: How do we save the daytime soap opera? Sam talks about his new book, The Survival of Soap Opera: Transformations for a New Media Era. Sam is joined by co-editor Abigail De Kosnik and General Hospital and The Young and the Restless star, Tristan Rogers, who also share their thoughts on how soaps have changed over the years. Plus, Tristan also previews his new Y&R role ("Colin") and talks about his iconic GH role (Robert Scorpio). * Listener Call-In Line: 866.472.5788

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Tristan Rogers

Tristan's journey through the entertainment industry began in the 1960s in his native Australia. Australian TV was in its infancy when Tristan came onto the scene, working as a walk-on stuntman and doubling as a boom carrier. Ambitious, and eager to learn, Tristan also did sound effects in the parking lot at night and volunteered for any other work which would keep him on the lot and in peoples eyesight. It wasn't long before he landed a series regular role in The Link Men. In December of 1980, Tristan landed a job in a show called General Hospital. Initially slated as a three-week gig, it eventually turned into a three-year contract role. In 1992, Tristan made the momentous decision to
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