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September 16th 2011:Matthew Ashford, Kelly Monaco and Steve Burton, and an AMC tribute preview

Soap Central Live strives to offer a little something for every soap fan. This week, it’s a preview of some of daytime’s biggest stories. Days of our Lives star Matthew Ashford talks about what brought about his reprisal of the role of Jack Deveraux. Then, General Hospital Supercouple Steve Burton and Kelly Monaco preview Jason and Sam’s unlikely wedding – in a Chinese food restaurant. And, a special look at our special All My Children tribute episode that will air on Friday, September 23, the same day that the soap airs its final episode on ABC

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Steve Burton

Burton's background is quite unlike that of Jason Quartermaine. Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, he was raised in the Midwest and attended several different high schools in the nation's heartland before moving with his father to California. Before graduating from Beverly Hills High school -- "a world apart from the environment I was accustomed to," Burton emphasizes -- he studied drama and was a member of the school's acclaimed Theatre 40. A very successful career in commercials led to a three-year run on the popular syndicated comedy series, "Out of This World," in which he played the role of Chris Fuller. He made his Daytime drama debut in the recurring role of Harris Michaels on Days of
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Kelly Monaco

Monaco's television credits include co-hosting the 33rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards as they were broadcast for the first time from Hollywood. She also starred in the first season of the ABC primetime summer mega-hit, "Dancing with the Stars," and won the dance championship. She also had a three-and-a-half-year stint the soap Port Charles, where she garnered her first Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress (2003). Her television debut occurred in 1997, when she landed a recurring role on "Baywatch." In addition, she has appeared in the feature films "Idle Hands," "Mumford," and "BASEketball." Monaco grew up in Philadelphia, where she participated in soccer, swimming, tr
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