Was ex-As the World Turns and Days of our Lives star Austin Peck worried about his first day at ABC’s One Life to Live? Not if these fun photos are any indication. Peck took a few minutes out on his first day of taping the first scenes as the new OLTL character of Rick, on February 3, to pose with the ABC network logo. Look for Peck to first appear onscreen later this spring and check out more photos after the jump. READ MORE
The casting merry-go-round at ABC is working once again with a former Days of Our Lives and As The World Turns actor getting on for the ride. According to Soap Opera Digest, Austin Peck is joining the cast of One Life to Live in a new role. Peck begins filming at One Life to Live on January 31. No word on when his first airdate will be, but check out what he had to say about the character he will portray after the jump! READ MORE
Former As the World Turns and Days of our Lives star Austin Peck has finished filming a primetime pilot The Peck-ing Order with body builder and two-time Big Brother competitor Mr. PEC-Tacula Jessie Godderz, according to Wrestle Zone. Reportedly, Peck also appears in Godderz’ workout DVD The Mr. PEC-Tacular Jessie Godderz Arm & Chest Workout, produced by If The World Spins Productions. The company is headed by daytime award-winning producer and director Sonia Blangiardo.
The Paley Center bid As the World Turns and its cast a fond farewell on August 18 in New York City. Executive producer Chris Goutman and head writer Jean Passanante were joined by ATWT stars Don Hastings, Kathryn Hays, Eileen Fulton, Colleen Zenk, Terri Colombino, Van Hansis, Trent Dawson, Mick Hazen and former ATWT star Austin Peck (pictured above). Former Guiding Light star Robert Newman also attended the event. See more photos from The Paley Center's As the World Turns fairwell after the jump!
Former As the World Turns and Days of our Lives star Austin Peck is starringin the Off-Broadway production The Irish Curse. We Love Soaps’ Damon Jacobs attended the play and in a glowing review called Peck’s performance “scene-stealing” and “attention-demanding.” Daytime favorites Cady McClain, Jon Lindstrom, Kevin Spirtas, Peter Bartlett and Terri Colombino turned out for The Irish Curse’s opening night on March 28 at the Soho Playhouse. See photos from the opening night after the jump and check out Jacobs’ review at We Love Soaps. For ticket prices and show times visit The Irish Curse official website.