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Gretel Rae Cummings (formerly Faulkner and Buchanan) is a fictional character on the ABC daytime soap opera . Dano played the role from 1978 to 1980, June 28, 1999 to November 1999, and May 2000 to March 12, 2004. One Life to Live
Casting and awards [ edit ]
Gretel was originated by
Linda Dano from 1978 to 1980. [3 ] Dano went on to appear on [4 ] CBS's and on As the World Turns NBC's until that series' cancellation on June 25, 1999, Another World On June 28, 1999, Dano returned to [5 ] One Life to Live as Gretel. [3 ] [5 ] Anna Stuart filled in for Dano in the role on April 25, 2002. Dano was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for [4 ] Supporting Actress in 2003 for her portrayal of Gretel, and left [6 ] One Life to Live on March 13, 2004. [4 ] [5 ]
ABC crossovers [ edit ]
In a move of network
synergy designed to "entice viewers to tune into soap operas that they might not have usually watched," in 2000 then-President of ABC Daytime Angela Shapiro orchestrated Dano's concurrent appearance as Gretel on the three other ABC daytime dramas at the time — , All My Children , and General Hospital — in an extended Port Charles crossover storyline which was the first time a daytime character had ever appeared on four series. [3 ] [7 ] [8 ]
^ Stated on-air on on February 23, 2000. All My Children
^ a b c Kroll, Dan J. (December 29, 2003). ". SoapCentral.com OLTL News: Dano's Run as ABC's Rae About to End" . Retrieved February 19, 2009.
^ a b c "Who's Who in Llanview: Rae Cummings". SoapCentral.com . Retrieved February 19, 2009.
^ a b c Angulo, Sandra P. (June 25, 1999). "Soap Dish". . EW.com Entertainment Weekly . Retrieved February 19, 2009.
^ "Daytime Emmy Winners & Nominees: 2003". SoapOperaDigest.com . Retrieved February 18, 2009.
^ Kroll, Dan J. (April 1, 2002). "Angela Shapiro to Leave ABC Daytime Post". SoapCentral.com . Retrieved February 19, 2009.
^ Kroll, Dan J. (November 12, 2003). ". SoapCentral.com AMC News: ABC Plans AMC, OLTL Crossovers" . Retrieved February 19, 2009.
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