Robert S. Woods
Just what brings outspoken soap veteran Catherine Hickland back to One Life To Live? TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan gets the scoop from Hickland on what viewers can expect when alter ego Lindsay Rapapport returns to Llanview.
TV Guide Magazine: Back to OLTL. Word is, after the big prison break an incognito Lindsay makes a beeline for her old flame Bo [Bob Woods]. Does she still have a thing for him?
Hickland: It's sort of ambiguous. I'm not being coy. I really couldn't tell from the script. But, yeah, I got to work with Bob and Hillary B. Smith [Nora] and Ty Treadway a bit. For me, it was a satisfying ending for my character. I liked the idea of playing Lindsay one more time. That character has a place in history on that show, that's for sure. Though, at that point, Prospect Park was still planning to take the show to the Internet. I was happy to wrap it up, or leave it open. Whatever they had in mind.
DAMN! One Life to Live’s Bo (Robert S. Woods) and Nora (Hillary B. Smith) can’t catch a break. TV Guide’s Michael Logan reveals, in his new interview with Woods and Smith, that “On May 23, Matthew will collapse and, later, he's diagnosed as being very nearly brain-dead. Then comes word that Bo's brother Clint (Jerry verDorn) needs a new heart or he will die. You can see where this plot might go.”
During the interview with Woods and Smith, he asks the popular actors to weigh in on the decisions facing their characters.
TV Guide Magazine: And then, suddenly, both Matthew and Clint are dying.
Smith: Things get so bad that Bo and Nora actually set aside the murder — their minds just can't handle that much. Decisions need to be made about Matthew. They're told he has minimal brain activity just as Clint's condition is suddenly worse. They're being jerked around from one tragedy to another. It's too, too much. Matthew's getting worse. Clint's getting worse. All they need now is a tornado to hit Llanview.
Woods: And Bo has horrible guilt, feeling responsible for causing Clint's heart attack. But at the same time, Bo wants him behind bars, paying for what he's done. Yet here's Clint barely fighting for his life. It's pretty complicated stuff.
Read the entire interview at TV Guide.
One Life to Live’s Robert S. Woods (pictured above with Linda Dano and his wife Loyita Chapel) was among the honorees at the HeartShare Human Services of New York Spring Gala on March 24 in New York City. A number of Woods’ OLTL co-stars, as well as familiar faces from All My Children, Another World and As the World Turns, turned out for the event. HeartShare provides a wide variety of assistance to individuals with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities. It also provides counseling, after school programs and assistance for foster care and adoptive families affected by HIV/AIDS.
See more photos from the event after the jump!
The Cramer girls of One Life to Live (Blair, Starr and Langston) plus Danielle are helping to get soap fans into the spirit with a cute, sexy version of "Santa Baby" for SOAPnet. In addition to the vocal stylings of Kassie DePaiva, Kristen Alderson, Brittany Underwood and Kelley Missal, the spot also features those oh-so-naughty Ford bros.—James (Nic Robuck), Robert (David Gregory) and Nate ( Lenny Platt)—and a very familiar, Old St. Nick played by Robert S. Woods (Bo). Watch the clip after the jump! READ MORE
Law & Order: SVU star Tamara Tunie (ex-Jessica Griffin, As the World Turns) was honored with the Linda Dano HeartShare award at the 2010 HeartShare Gala on March 25 at the New York Marriott Marquis in New York City. One Life to Live’s Robert S. Woods and wife Loyita Chapel attended, as did former Another World star Stephen Schnetzer (Cass Winthrop). For more information on HeartShare visit their official website. See more photos from the 2010 HeartShare Gala after the jump.