Remy Boudreau

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Remy Boudreau
Guiding Light character
Portrayed by
First appearance August 28, 2001
Last appearance September 18, 2009
Created by Lloyd Gold
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Occupation
  • EMT
  • Security guard
  • Police officer
Residence Springfield, Illinois

Remy Tucson Boudreau is a fictional character on CBS's daytime drama Guiding Light. From April 7, 2006 to September 18, 2009, he has been portrayed by Lawrence Saint Victor, but was previously portrayed by Corey Parker Robinson from August 28, 2001 to April 4, 2002 and Gavin Alexander Houston from May 14, 2002 to Summer 2005.

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Remy Boudreau has always tried to be the good guy, but that was never enough for his father, Clayton. Remy had wanted to be a musician, but his father wanted him to be an athlete. After an injury made this more unlikely, their relationship grew more strained. However, they found some common ground when Remy discovered that his father had been a jazz musician, a fact that Clayton asked Remy to keep a secret. After a quarrel with his sister Mel over her relationship with Rick Bauer, Remy moved in with Bill and Marah Lewis and became a perennial, though well-meaning, third wheel in the relationship's among Springfield's younger couples. It was also around this time that he fell for Tammy Layne Winslow, Unfortunately, she was in love with Jonathan Randall and he seemed condemned to playing her white knight despite his best efforts. After Tammy's death, Remy went off the deep end, almost beating a suspect to death and issuing threats. He was then suspended from the Springfield Police force and continued his self-destructive behavior for a while. Currently, Cristina and him are getting a divorce—though both of them are hesitating to do so. He aced his MCAT with a score of 37 and was admitted to Johns Hopkins Medical School, though he will remain an Emergency Medical Technician.

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