All My Children star, Denise Vasi released a statement to Russell Simmons' Global Grind in response to her sudser's cancellation news. Vasi stated:
My sadness is for my crew and the fans. All the men and women who are losing their jobs due to the show's cancellation. They have families to support, it's absolutely heartbreaking!
The fans ... My God, they are just so emotionally devastated and outraged. There is no other fan like a soap opera fan. They are die-hard. Committed to everything we do. I feel bad for them because I know they feel like they are losing a piece of their own lives.
I feel so blessed to have been a part of iconic television history and to have had 3+ wonderful years working alongside so many amazing people. We have built friendships that will last a lifetime and that alone is priceless.
I am so thankful for everything All My Children brought to my life. READ MORE
All My Children supercouple Debbi Morgan and Darnell Williams discuss their upcoming storyline this June. On-screen family members Cornelius Smith Jr. and Denise Vasi also discuss their family dynamic. READ MORE
All My Children's Denise Vasi (pictured above), Susan Lucci, Cameron Mathison, Rebecca Budig and Stephanie Gatschet signed autographs and copies of L.A. Magazine featuring them in various artistic poses at the Beverly Center on March 3. Even if your local newstand doesn't have a copy of L.A. Magazine you can still watch their web extra "Drama Queens" on their website.
We Love Soaps TV has a batch of new interviews up with the men and women of All My Children. Hosted by Stephen Seidel, who starred in Roger Newcomb's sudsy flick Manhattanites, the interviews feature such Pine Valley dwellers as Bobbie Eakes, Julia Barr, Denise Vasi, Shannon Kane, Natalie Hall, Brittany Allen, Jamie Luner. Vincent Irizarry, Jacob Young, Cornelius Smith Jr., Walt Willey and Adam Mayfield. See the revealing chats after the jump! READ MORE
All My Children "thespian" Denise Vasi snagged a guest spot on USA Network's new series White Collar this past Friday. In it, Vasi plays Cindy, the granddaughter of a wealthy socialite. The grandmother, played by the uber talented Diahann Carroll, houses a convicted con artist aiding the FBI. Sounds like something out of Vasi's daytime gig, doesn't it?