Tainted Dream—the soap-within-a-soap featuring Alicia Minshew (ex-Kendall, All My Children), Grant Aleksander (ex-Phillip Spaulding, Guiding Light) and Kelley Menighan Hensley (ex-Emily Stewart, As the World Turns)—has released the first three episodes for fans to binge on. Watch them after the jump!
Add soap alum Bobbie Eakes to the growing cast of Tainted Dreams. The daytime drama thespian will star in the soap-within-a-soap as Courtney Parish, the wife of Eddie Parrish (James DePaiva) and the Vice-President of Daytime programming. According to showrunner and creator of Tainted Dreams, Sonia Blangiardo, Parris is described as a,
strong, powerful and well-respected until one split-second decision changes everything.
One Life to Live fan favorites James DePaiva, Ilene Kristen and Tonja Walker are heading back to soapdom! All three have signed on to star in the upcoming web dramedy Tainted Dreams.
DePaiva, best known for his role as hustling scoundrel Max Holden on OLTL, will star as Eddy Parish, a "hard-working, NYC cop married to a high-profile, powerful network executive". Kristen will play Vivian Park, the estranged mother of the soap star Liza Park (Natalia Livingston). Walker will portray Eddy's no-nonsense sister-in-law, high-powered attorney Tina Scott. It sounds like this show is shaping up to be a ballgame!
Former One Life to Live stars James and Kassie DePaiva (pictured with son JQ DePaiva above) showed their support for the 19th Annual Feast With Famous Faces on October 22 in New York City. The Feast, which raises money to benefit the Center for Hearing and Communication, which provides programs and services of the hearing impaired. The DePaiva’s former OLTL co-stars Ilene Kristen and Susan Batten also attended the feast. See more photos after the jump!
One Life to Live’s Kassie DePaiva helped celebrate the arrival of hubby and former OLTL co-star James DePaiva’s Nightmare Alley at Players Theatre in New York City. The talented couple were joined by their son JQ DePaiva at the performance on April 2nd.
You can see James DePaiva in Nightmare Alley through April 10. Visit BroadwayBox.com to purchase tickets.