Ex-General Hospital, True Blood Star Graham Shiels Books Recurring Gig on The Young and the Restless!By Jamey Giddens on August 06, 2012
One of Daytime Confidential's favorite soap alums, Graham Shiels (ex-Cody, General Hospital, General Hospital: Night Shift) has made his Funny or Die debut. Shiels directed and co-wrote (with Alex D'Alessandro) a hilarious short called Late Night Grub. Hi-lar-ious!
Graham Shiels is on Nip/Tuck bitches!
He vants to lick your blood!
Why in the name of Dracula didn't GH offer this guy a contract?
He and his girl are some kinky mo fos! I haven't watched Nip/Tuck in like three seasons, because they SO jumped the shark, so F/X should thank Graham for bringing me back tonight!
Kanye West 's song is the perfect theme for this show with Christian Troy's ego!
Sean's making dinner for some chick.
What's up with the orange scrubs?
Agh! AnnaLynne McCord sighting!
Why is Christian's girl having a threesome with Bo Duke and that no acting girl from 90210?
Slap Bo again Daisy, er Kimber! They know they were wrong for that Confederate Flag on the General Lee! READ MORE
One of my favorite DC interviews, Graham Shiels (ex-Cody, General Hospital; General Hospital: Night Shift), is taking quite the bite out of Hollyweird. After playing sex-crazed vampire baddie Liam on True Blood, and beating Jim Carrey to a bloody pulp on the big screen in Yes Man, Shiels is the guest lead on tonight's season finale of Nip/Tuck.
"I play a guy who believes he's a vampire," Shiels says, laughing. "What is it with the vampire roles? I'm starting to believe I'm being typecast!"
Check out Shiels tonight on Nip/Tuck at 9 pm C/10 ET. While you're watching the show, log on to DC where I'll be live-blogging!
The coolest guy General Hospital never gave a decent storyline to, Graham Shiels, is back on primetime tonight on Numb3rs. "I'm playing a henchman to an illegal arms dealer: prototype chump of the week. Haha." Shiels says on his My Space blog. Shiels is appearing on the hit CBS procedural Numb3rs tonight at 9 PM C/10 PM ET. Photo By Josh Negrin.
Ever wonder what happened to Reggie (Michael B. Jordan) after he went off to music camp? Turns out he ended up in Burn Notice's Miami with a little sister. I've been watching Burn Notice since the first episode so it has been great to see current and former soap stars Graham Shiels and now Michael B. Jordan pop up on the second season USA Network show. You can watch the episode at Fancast.