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July 29th 2011:Sydney Penny and Ellen Dolan

Sydney Penny visits Soap Central Live to talk about her time in daytime and upcoming role in a hit primetime series. Penny has appeared on Santa Barbara, The Bold and the Beautiful, but she may be best known as Julia Santos on All My Children. Sydney also has a short-term run on Days of our Lives beginning in late-August. On July 31 at 8pm ET/PT, Sydney will guest star on Lifetime’s Drop Dead Diva. It’s been about a year since Ellen Dolan taped her final episode of As the World Turns’ Margo Hughes, but Ellen hasn’t been idle. The actress talks about what she’s been up to (quantum physics?!)

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Ellen Dolan

Ellen Dolan joined As the World Turns in November 1989, after having been asked to consider the part by the late Doug Marland, the head writer for the CBS daytime drama. (Marland had created Dolan's former role of Maureen Bauer on Guiding Light.) Dolan debuted as Bauer on Guiding Light in 1982, portraying the popular character for the next four years. Her additional TV credits include several made-for-television movies. Her stage career began in 1980 at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater. She started a theater company in New York called The Studio Three Group. Dolan earned her B.A. and M.F.A. degrees in theater from the University of Iowa in Iowa City. While working toward her bachelor’
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Sydney Penny

Sydney received critical acclaim for her performance as young Meggie in the miniseries, The Thorn Birds. She played the popular role of B.J. Walker on Santa Barbara, earning a 1993 Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Younger Actress. In 1995, she earned an Outstanding Supporting Actress nomination as Julia Santos on All My Children. Sydney's entrance into show business came early. Her parents, country entertainers Hank and Shari Penny, took their daughter to many of their performances. On one occasion -- and without prompting -- Sydney, just three-and-a-half years old, jumped on stage and sang her own composition, "My Little Pony." Three years later, Sydney landed her first paying gi
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