List of One Life to Live characters (2000s)

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A list of notable characters from the ABC soap opera One Life to Live who significantly impacted storylines and began their run, or significantly returned, from the years 2000 to 2009.

Kimberly Andrews[edit]

Kimberly Andrews
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Amanda Setton
Duration 2009–11
First appearance August 14, 2009
Last appearance December 29, 2011
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Aliases Aubrey Wentworth
Kimberly Buchanan
Gigi
Occupation Stripper
Executive assistant
Con artist

Kimberly "Kim" Andrews (formerly Buchanan; born Aubrey Wentworth) is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Amanda Setton originated the role on August 14, 2009.[1] In 2010 she chose not to renew her contract[2] and last appeared on April 2. Setton reprised the role[1] from August 22, 2011 until December 29, 2011.

Kimberly Andrews is a Las Vegas exotic dancer who arrives in Llanview, Pennsylvania in August 2009 to help her best friend Stacy Morasco. Stacy has miscarried her baby with Rex Balsom, and Kim conspires to help Stacy get pregnant again and pass the child off as Rex's. They try Kyle Lewis, Oliver Fish and Schuyler Joplin, but all refuse. Stacy sleeps with a drunken Oliver and gets pregnant again. Kim and Stacy work to break up Gigi and Rex. Running low on money, Kim sets her sights on the wealthy and newly married Clint Buchanan. In November 2009, Schuyler discovers that Stacy lost her baby, and Kim lies and say that Schuyler is the father. Schuyler keeps the secret so he can have Gigi for himself. Kim manipulates her way into a position as his executive assistant, and soon finds out that Clint's wife Nora Hanen has fallen back in love with her ex-husband, Clint's brother Bo Buchanan. In December 2009, Kim arranges for Clint to discover the truth. In January 2010, Clint files for divorce and invites Kim to live at his mansion. Kim gets Schuyler to steal a vile of oxytocin to make Stacy give birth early. In February, Kim is devastated when Stacy falls in a frozen lake and is presumed dead. Kim and Clint marry in March 2010 so she can get custody of Stacy's baby. Kim is blackmailed by David Vickers into leaving Clint and Llanview in April.

Kim later turns up at The Spotted Pony strip club in Anchorage, Kentucky on August 2011 and is spotted by Rex. She is then seen with an unknown woman later revealed to be Stacy. Clint is happy to see Kim again, but later figures out she's been stripping. Clint's daughter Natalie Buchanan then arrives in Llanfair and kicks Kim out of the house. In September, it is revealed that Kim is Cutter Wentworth's real sister, and that her real name is Aubrey Wentworth. It is also revealed that Kim had plastic surgery. She finds out that her brother was inspired to scam the Buchanan family after he read about Kim's marriage to Clint in the newspaper. She later comes face to face with Cutter's girlfriend Christine Karr, the fake Aubrey Wentworth, at the motel room. Kim discovers that Cutter bought a stuffed beaver for Aubrey that Roxy Balsom's gun was hidden in, evidence in the murder case of Victor Lord Jr.. Kim sneaks back into his motel room and steals the gun to blackmail Rex's biological mother Echo DiSavoy to convince her son to hand back the entire Buchanan fortune to Clint, so she can pay her friend's medical bills.

In late September 2011, it is revealed that Kim's friend in the hospital is Stacy. Meanwhile, Cutter finds out Kim's plan but she convinces him to let her continue to blackmail Echo, and he agrees. In October, Kim tells Stacy she got Echo to forge Rex's signature. It's also revealed that Stacy had plastic surgery in South America to look like her sister Gigi so that she could take over her life. Cutter tells Kim that Aubrey broke up with him because she found out about the blackmail, and he blackmails Kim to give him the forged documents. Kim reveals to Stacy what happened several years ago at the Spotted Pony; Cutter enlisted Kim to seduce a rich guy named Mr. Berger, and Cutter snuck too many drugs into his drink, which caused Mr. Berger to die. Cutter and Rama frame Kim for the murder of Mr. Berger. Kim begs Cutter to take care of Stacy while she's in jail.

Rex and Aubrey confront Kim in prison in December 2011 about Stacy being alive and having Gigi's face. Kim agrees to tells them if they can get exonerate her, which they do. Kim tells Clint that Cutter is her brother, that her real name is Aubrey Wentworth, and that her mysterious friend in the Kentucky hospital is Stacy. Clint tells Kim that he has regained feelings for his ex-wife Victoria Lord. Kim leaves Llanfair to confront Rama at Angel Square for helping Cutter put her in prison. When Kim returns, Clint tells her he decided he wants to be with Viki. Kim leaves Llanfair. Soon after, Kim gets a call from Cutter, who tells Kim to help him break out of prison. He also tells her that it was Gigi, not Stacy, that she rescued, and that Stacy really died from carbon monoxide poisoning. Cutter tells Kim that he found their estranged mother Alex Olanov at Rio and wants to scam her. Kim refuses.

Bree Brennan[edit]

Bree Brennan
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by
  • Stephanie Schmahl (2008–11)
  • (and others)
Duration 2006–11
First appearance May 1, 2006 (May 1, 2006)
Last appearance November 23, 2011 (November 23, 2011)
Created by Dena Higley
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, recurring

Bree Victoria Brennan (born Brennan Buchanan) is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Bree was portrayed by various child actors including Samantha and Jessica Schaffhauser from May to September 2006, Carly and Sam Wolfe from October 2006 to April 2008, Brooke and Kiley Liddell from May to November 2008, and most notably Stephanie Schmahl from December 9, 2008 until November 23, 2011.

Bree is the daughter of Jessica Buchanan and Nash Brennan. Jessica meets Nash in 2005 while she is struggling with dissociative identity disorder and under the influence of an alternate personality named Tess. Romantically involved with Antonio Vega for years, Jessica becomes pregnant and at first is not sure if Nash or Antonio is the father. The baby, born on-screen on May 1, 2006,[3] is revealed to be Nash's daughter and is named Brennan Buchanan. Jessica later nicknames her Bree. Jessica marries Nash on July 12, 2007, but he later dies on June 5, 2008 after a fall at The Palace Hotel. Bree becomes a big sister to Ryder, her maternal half-brother.

Duke Buchanan[edit]

Duke Buchanan
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by
(and child actors)
Duration 1992–94, 2004–06
First appearance June 29, 1992 (June 29, 1992)
Last appearance May 22, 2006 (May 22, 2006)
Created by
Introduced by
Crossover
appearances
All My Children
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Executive for Buchanan Enterprises
Adam and Connor O'Brien (1992)[4]
David and Michael DeFranco (December 1993 – January 1994)[4]
Matthew Metzger (August 23, 2004 – May 22, 2006)[4]

Demerest "Duke" Buchanan is the son of Kevin Buchanan and LeeAnn Demerest. On the rebound from a failed romance with Stephanie Hobart, Kevin becomes involved with LeeAnn. They sleep together and LeeAnn becomes pregnant; Kevin finds out in 1992, and he and LeeAnn elope. Their son Duke is born in 1992, but their marriage crumbles over her closeness with Jason Webb. Kevin and LeeAnn divorce, and at one point in the fierce custody battle LeeAnn insists Duke is Max Holden's son. LeeAnn ultimately leaves town for Texas with Duke in 1993.

In 2004, Kevin is married to Kelly Cramer; they become involved in a messy divorce and an even messier custody battle over their son Ace. Somewhat bitter over Kevin's lack of participation in his life so far, an adult Duke comes to town to attend business school and sides with Kelly, even testifying for her in court. Kevin and Kelly's marriage completely collapses when Kevin discovers that Kelly had miscarried their biological child, adopted another baby illegally, and passed him off as theirs; Ace turns out to have been stolen from his biological mother, and a devastated Kevin and Kelly return him.

Meanwhile, Duke has begun a relationship with Adriana Cramer; her mother Dorian Lord has hated the Buchanans for decades and despises the match. But when Adriana breaks up with Duke over her increasing feelings for Rex Balsom, Duke turns to alcohol and admits to Kelly that he has fallen in love with her. She convinces him that his feelings are not real, and they part. Later on in the St. James Church rectory, Duke again comes across Kelly, distraught from a horrible argument with Kevin. Their emotions get the best of them and they have sex, but a tornado hits and they are buried under debris. Critically injured, Duke and Kelly are rushed to Llanview Hospital, where a shortage of surgeons puts Kevin in the impossible position of choosing who will be operated on first. He chooses Kelly, whom he is told by the doctors is in more desperate need. Kevin is devastated when Duke dies on May 15, 2006 before he can be brought into surgery.

Initially blaming Kelly for Duke's death, Kevin goes off the deep end when he learns that Kelly is pregnant with Duke's child. Having both had fertility issues in the past, Kevin and Kelly begin to view the pregnancy as a blessing, and are brought closer together. Kevin is by Kelly's side when Duke's son Zane is born on October 31, 2006. Kelly accepts Kevin's invitation to accompany him to London, where they can start over and raise Zane together.

Zane Buchanan[edit]

Zane Buchanan
One Life to Live character
Duration 2006
First appearance October 31, 2006 (October 31, 2006)
Last appearance December 14, 2006 (December 14, 2006)
Created by Dena Higley
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Residence London

Zane Buchanan is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Zane is the son of Kelly Cramer and Duke Buchanan. Jack Ferrantini portrayed the role from the character's on-screen birth on October 31, 2006 until December 14, 2006. Zane's birth year is later revised to c. 1995.

Zane is conceived during a tornado that takes the life of his father Duke. Zane is born severely premature by emergency Caesarean section. Kevin and Kelly soon leave town together headed for London, taking baby Zane. Upon Kelly's return to Llanview in 2010, it is stated that Zane is attending boarding school in London.

River Carpenter[edit]

River Carpenter
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by
Duration 1994–99, 2003–04
First appearance 1994 (1994)
Last appearance August 3, 2004 (August 3, 2004)
Created by
Introduced by
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Musician
Residence New York City
Alexander and Zachary Bliss (1994–95)
Ryan Marsini (1996–99)
Matthew Twining (2003–04)

William Sloan River "River" Carpenter is a fictional character on the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Originated by child actors, the role first appeared regularly portrayed by actor Matthew Twining from July 2003 until August 2004.


Jonas Chamberlain[edit]

Jonas Chamberlain
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Kevin Spirtas
Duration 2008
First appearance June 11, 2008
Last appearance August 28, 2008
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Occupation US Ambassador

Jonas Chamberlain,[note 1] is a fictional character on the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Kevin Spirtas portrayed the role[5] on a recurring status[6] from June 11, 2008 until August 28, 2008.

Jonas Chamberlain, the US Ambassador to the European principality European principality of Mendorra, welcomes the Mendorran Crown Princess — actually former Llanview resident Tina Lord — to town after the Mendorran Crown Jewels are stolen. Tina soon acquires the jewels from corrupt Llanview Police Commissioner Lee Ramsey, who has stolen them at her request, but soon Ramsey is gunned down and Tina is on the run with the jewels from the sinister Jonas, who wants them for himself. Tina finds refuge with her estranged daughter Sarah Roberts and Sarah's boyfriend Cristian Vega; Llanview police officer Talia Sahid inexplicably aids Jonas in kidnapping Sarah, and soon Cristian and his brother (and Talia's boyfriend), Police Detective Antonio Vega discover that Jonas has both women. Tina and the Vegas agree to accompany Jonas back to Mendorra in order to make an exchange: Sarah and Talia for the Crown Jewels.

In Mendorra, Talia's estranged father is revealed to be villain Carlo Hesser, the real mastermind behind the kidnappings. Talia despises Carlo, a longtime enemy of both Tina and the Vega brothers. Carlo, bent on revenge for Tina's part in his son's death in 1990, announces publicly that she and the Crown Prince (Cain Rogan in disguise) are frauds, and reveals Jonas as the true heir to the throne. Carlo intends to marry Talia to Jonas; she protests and stalls, but goes through with the royal wedding on July 31, 2008 to save Antonio and her friends from harm — not knowing that Jonas has already stabbed Antonio and left him for dead. A wounded Antonio appears, overpowers Jonas and the guards and leads Talia to safety, but Carlo, Jonas and their men catch up. Talia brokers a deal with Carlo: she will stay if the others are allowed to leave. With several people's lives at stake, a furious Antonio is forced to leave Talia behind. Antonio, Sarah, and Cristian later return; they drug Carlo and Jonas and stage them in bed together, and Talia leads a team of reporters to discover the scene. Talia and the others leave Mendorra as a protesting Carlo and Jonas are arrested for fraud.

Elijah Clarke[edit]

Elijah Clarke
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Matt Walton
Duration 2009–10
First appearance August 7, 2009 (August 7, 2009)
Last appearance October 26, 2010 (October 26, 2010)
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Aliases
  • Elijah Rayburn[7]
  • Bennett Thompson
  • Craig Pattison[8]
Occupation Lawyer
Residence Llanview, Pennsylvania

Elijah "Eli" Clarke (born Elijah Clarke Rayburn) is a fictional character on the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. The role was portrayed by Matt Walton from 2009 through 2010.

Storyline[edit]

Elijah Clarke first appeared in Llanview in August 2009, when Nora and Bo Buchanan hired him to represent them in a lawsuit filed by their son, Matthew, who was seeking the right to undergo surgery that could restore the use of his legs. When Matthew's attorney, Tea Delgado, threatened to reveal to the court that Bo and Nora had shared a kiss the night prior to Nora's marriage to Bo's brother, Clint, Elijah turned the tables on her. Elijah told Tea that he was aware of certain things about her that could potentially destroy her relationship with Todd Manning. The normally unshakable Tea was disturbed by the threat and agreed to keep quiet.

Tea became unnerved when she learned that Todd had hired Elijah to win back custody of his children. Alone, Tea told Elijah she knew that he was working for Ross Rayburn, the man with whom she had been marooned with on deserted island years earlier after Todd had left her for his ex-wife Blair Cramer. She told Elijah that she refused to give into Ross' blackmail demands and return to him what he believes she took from him. It was soon revealed that Tea had married Ross in Tahiti, where Ross was still living as a fugitive. When Todd proposed to her, Tea begged Ross to grant her a divorce. Tea was relieved when Elijah presented her with signed divorce papers from Ross, not realizing that Ross never filed the papers.

After Blair brought Ross to Llanview in a failed attempt to disrupt Tea and Todd's wedding, it was revealed that Tea had gotten pregnant after the island escapade and given birth to a child. Ross had assumed that the child was his, but in reality was Todd's. Ross broke into Todd's home and attempted to steal Tea's briefcase, which contained information on the whereabouts of the child, but was caught and arrested. Ross called upon Elijah to help bail him out of jail, and Elijah nearly stole the briefcase that was in police evidence before reconsidering. While behind bars, Ross begged Elijah to get him out of jail so he could search for "his" child, and it came to light that Ross and Elijah were actually brothers.

After he got Ross released from jail, Elijah hired a private investigator to dig through Tea's phone records and tracked down her child to the Warwick Academy in London. When Elijah told Ross that he could not leave the country to go after "his" child, a teen-aged girl by the name of Danielle, Ross punched out Elijah and left. Elijah told Tea what had happened, and they both boarded a plane for London. While en route to London, Tea confessed to Elijah that Todd was really Danielle's father. After Danielle ran away to Seattle with new friend Matthew, Elijah and Tea followed after them. Ross tracked them down as well and, after Tea told him that he was not Danielle's father, Ross had a breakdown and took Danielle and Blair hostage. The situation came to an end on a bridge at the Canadian border, as Todd shot Ross and he fell into the icy water to his presumed death.

Elijah decided to remain in Llanview to help Danielle cope with Ross' death. He shared a brief flirtation with Tea, but her heart belonged to Todd. Blair decided that she and Elijah could console each other and threw herself at him, and the two began a friends with benefits relationship. Elijah expressed jealousy over Blair's relationship with Todd, but Blair assured him that she was over Todd permanently. The two slowly began moving toward an exclusive relationship, and Blair even opened up to him about the death of her son, Brenden, after she got into a car accident with her cousin, Kelly Cramer. After a day in court, Tea fainted and Elijah took her to the hospital, where she agreed to get checked out. Later, Elijah grabbed a file Blair had been looking at and read it, discovering that Tea had been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Elijah agreed not to say anything to Tea, who believed only Blair knew about her death sentence. Blair later confessed that Elijah was aware of Tea's illness and he told Tea he would do anything to help her through her ordeal. On August 18, Blair and Eli eloped to Tahiti to get married. After the ceremony, Kelly called Blair in the middle of their honeymoon. Kelly convinced her cousin that she had proof that Eli was really Bennett Thompson and Craig Pattison, and that he had killed his first wife and his second wife, Olivia Thompson, Melinda Cramer, Rodney and Glenn. Kelly told Blair that John McBain had a warrant for Eli's arrest. Blair confronted Eli, who at first denied everything, claiming his brother Ross was the one responsible for all of the crimes. Refusing to believe his lies, Blair pulled a gun on Eli and demanded he tell her the truth. Eli confessed to all of it, even admitting to pushing Marty Saybrooke down a flight of stairs, which caused her to miscarry her and John's baby, but insisting, "That was an accident right there". Eli tried to convince Blair that he had married her for love and that they belonged together. Just as Blair was about to let her guard down, Eli tried to take the gun away from her. As they struggled for the weapon, Eli attempted to distract Blair by kissing her. Suddenly, a shot was fired. It was revealed that Blair shot Eli, who collapsed to the ground. His last words were "Blair, how could you... I loved you..." and he lost consciousness. A devastated Blair was in shock as Ross' house caught fire, and she tried to rouse Eli to save him from the burning building, without success. John rescued Blair, but was unable to do the same for Eli, as the fire was raging and the house was on the verge of collapsing. Ross arrived and tried to save his brother, not realizing he was too late. The Tahitian police confirmed that Elijah Clarke Rayburn was dead and the autopsy was pending. A week after Eli's death was confirmed, it was revealed it was staged with the help of Ross. Later he was found in st kitts in the hospice room where tea was being treated. Greg falsely diagnosed eli with a hematoma and suggest he go into surgery to fix it but that was an excuse for Greg to get Eli on the operating table and kill him. Eli knew that Greg was lying and tried to kill him and escape to Llanview. Ross finds Eli in the docks to tell him that he got custody of Dani but she ran away. Eli was furious about that stating that he worked too hard for Ross to get Dani back and he just blew it. Ross was wondering why Dani's disappearance a big issue and then he put 2 and 2 together and realize that Eli Killed Tea. After Ross made that conclusion Eli shoots and kills Ross and dumps his body in the water. Todd arrives and shoots Eli but he escapes. Eli kills the baby sitter and then kidnaps Starr, Hope, and eventually Dani. Starr manages to escape from Eli but he ends up kidnapping Tea instead. He pulls a ransom on Todd for 50 million dollars or in Todd's eyes Starr, Hope, and Dani die. Todd goes to the ransom site to do the exchange but Eli changes the rules stating that Blair comes with him. Blair accepts at first but plays him at the last minute. Heartbroken Eli admits he had the warehouse rigged with 20 blocks of C4 and blows up the warehouse. Eli gets arrested and put into police custody and cole just happened to be next to him. Eli was taunting Cole and Cole just snapped, shot and killed Eli and Marty comes by and states "Oh my god Cole he's dead". Cole replies "Good he should be."

Liz Coleman Reynolds[edit]

Liz Coleman Reynolds
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Barbara Niven
Duration 2002–03
First appearance September 3, 2002
Last appearance March 7, 2003
Created by Lorraine Broderick
Christopher Whitesell
Introduced by Gary Tomlin

Elizabeth "Liz" Coleman Reynolds is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. The role was portrayed by Barbara Niven[10] from September 3, 2002 until March 7, 2003.

Antonio Vega leaves Llanview after he is kicked off of the police force by Bo Buchanan for accidentally shooting Ben Davidson. In a nearby town, he meets a woman named Liz and confides in her about his problems. Soon after, they meet again when Antonio comes upon Liz and her car broken down. She tells him about the recent death of her husband, and she and Antonio sleep together. The next day Antonio sees Liz in Llanview, and it is revealed that she is Liz Coleman Reynolds, the mother of Keri Reynolds — Antonio’s fiancée. Liz becomes pregnant, and tells Keri that the baby is her deceased husband's. With the pregnancy threatening Liz's health, Keri soon agrees to act as a surrogate mother. With the transfer a success, Antonio seeks a paternity test. He is proven to be the father, and he and Liz decide to withhold the information from Keri.

Liz decides to stay in Llanview and renews her relationship with R. J. Gannon, who is revealed to be Keri's father. R.J. soon learns the truth about the baby, and is on the verge of telling Keri when Antonio handcuffs R.J. to a booth in the Angel Square Diner. Antonio tells Keri that the baby is his, and Keri goes into premature labor. Keri gives birth to a baby girl, and later tests prove that the surrogacy had actually failed and that Keri had already been pregnant with Antonio's child herself. Hating Antonio, R.J. helps Keri, Liz, and baby "Stephanie" sneak out of town. Their plane crashes, leaving no survivors, and Antonio is devastated at the loss of Keri and their daughter. Months later, Natalie Buchanan begins to suspect that R.J. is up to something, and soon discovers that Keri and Stephanie had never gotten on the plane and had been hiding out in Toronto. After returning to Llanview, Keri reveals that she renamed her daughter Jamie and that Liz had actually died in the plane crash.

Daniel Colson[edit]

Daniel Colson
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Mark Dobies
Duration 2003–05
First appearance 2003
Last appearance 2005
Crossover
appearances
All My Children
Classification Former, recurring[11]
Profile
Occupation District Attorney

Daniel Colson is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Mark Dobies played the role from 2003 until 2005.

District Attorney Daniel Colson marries Nora Buchanan[12] in 2005, who soon suspects he is having an affair. He is soon revealed as Paul Cramer's murderer;[12] Paul had been blackmailing Daniel with the secret of Daniel's homosexuality.[13] Daniel had been having an affair with student Mark Solomon. Daniel first frames Jennifer Rappaport, Riley's girlfriend, for the crime, and then strangles her to death when she begins to suspect him.[14] when she learns the truth. Daniel is ultimately caught and sent to prison.

Reception[edit]

"The reaction, even at the Emmys, has been amazing. I know people are having trouble with this story. But that's exactly why it's important for us to tell it."[15]

Hillary B. Smith (Nora Buchanan) on Daniel's outing story arc

Daniel's controversial[15] storyline was compared to former New Jersey Governor, James McGreevy, which Headwriter at the time Dena Higley attributed the character's inspiration to.[13] The portrayal of a homicidal gay character garnered backlash from the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD),[12] who claimed it reinforced negative stereotypes.[13][15] GLAAD had recently honored One Life to Live with a 2004 GLAAD Media Award for Mark Solomon's coming out storyline.[13] The organization reached out directly to Executive Producer, Frank Valentini, who responded, "The anger is understandable, but everyone needs to watch all of it. This is a story about the harsher side of intolerance and about one man not being true to himself. There are going to be meaningful, frank discussions that come out of this."[13] Higley added,"Daniel is not the first gay character on 'OLTL.' If he had been, I would have felt a different responsibility. But writing a political ambitious character who is deep in the closet and who murders as a result is something that hasn't been explored before on daytime."[15] While some groups shared in GLAAD's criticism, such as TV Guide,[13] others were supportive. Hillary B. Smith, who played Daniel's wife Nora, explained that support groups such as Straight Spouse Network praised the story for bringing attention to those women who are dealing with their husbands identifying as gay.[15]


Riley Colson[edit]

Riley Colson
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Jay Wilkison
Duration 2003–05
First appearance February 24, 2003
Last appearance June 8, 2005
Created by Josh Griffith
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Occupation Musician

Riley Colson is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Jay Wilkison played the role,[16] originally supposed to be only eight episodes,[17] from February 24, 2003 until June 8, 2005.

Riley Colson arrives in Llanview in February 2003 as the boyfriend and bandmate of Sarah Roberts. He has a somewhat volatile relationship with his father, District Attorney Daniel Colson. Riley had been named for Victoria Lord Davidson's first husband, reporter Joe Riley, whom Riley's mother had admired. In the summer of 2004, Riley becomes involved with Jennifer Rappaport.

In 2005, Daniel marries Nora Buchanan and is soon revealed as Paul Cramer's murderer; Paul had been blackmailing Daniel with the secret of Daniel's homosexuality. Daniel first frames Jennifer for the crime, and then strangles her to death in 2005[14] when she learns the truth. Daniel is ultimately caught and brought to justice. After the fallout of Jennifer's death and Daniel's crimes, Riley returns to using drugs, and is arrested for dealing. He shares a sad goodbye with his stepmother Nora and leaves town to go to a drug rehabilitation center.[14]

Betsy Cramer[edit]

Betsy Cramer
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Lois Smith
Duration 2003–04
First appearance November 2003 (November 2003)
Last appearance February 2004 (February 2004)
Created by
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, recurring

Betsy Cramer is a fictional character on the ABC Daytime serial One Life to Live. The role was played by actress Lois Smith from November 2003 until the character's onscreen death in February 2004.


Phylicia Evans[edit]

Phylicia Evans
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Tonye Patano
Duration 2009–12
First appearance September 10, 2009 (September 10, 2009)
Last appearance January 13, 2012 (January 13, 2012)
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Final, recurring
Profile
Aliases Phylicia Wenton (maiden name)
Occupation Social worker

Phylicia Evans (née Wenton) is a fictional character originated on the ABC Daytime serial One Life to Live. The role was portrayed by actress Tonye Patano from September 10, 2009[18][19] until the OLTL ABC finale in 2012.


Richard Evans[edit]

Richard Evans
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Frankie Faison
Duration 2009–12
First appearance September 10, 2009 (September 10, 2009)
Last appearance January 13, 2012 (January 13, 2012)
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Final, recurring

Richard Evans is a fictional character originated on the ABC Daytime serial One Life to Live. The role was played by actor Frankie Faison from September 10, 2009[18][19] until the original OLTL broadcast finale in 2012.


Wes Granger[edit]

Wes Granger
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Justin Paul Kahn
Duration 2008–09
First appearance September 25, 2008
Last appearance March 20, 2009
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Occupation Navy SEAL

Wes Granger is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Justin Paul Kahn played the role from September 25, 2008 until February 18, 2009.

Wes Granger first appears in September 2008 when Rex Balsom and Gigi Morasco contact him for information on his best friend Brody Lovett. A former Navy SEAL who had done several tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, Wes had served with Brody, and had witnessed the friendly fire incident that triggered Brody's Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Wes helps find Brody, who has made off with Gigi's son Shane Morasco. After Brody is committed to St. Ann's Sanitarium, Wes comes to Llanview and becomes a frequent visitor during Brody's convalescence. As Brody undergoes therapy, Wes urges him not to delve deeper into the mystery, but ultimately admits that the Iraqi had been unarmed, and Wes had planted a weapon on him to protect Brody.

Wes forms a friendship with the troubled amnesiac Marty Saybrooke. Marty stays with Wes in a platonic arrangement, and her son Cole Thornhart and former love interest John McBain become concerned that she has taken up with a questionable stranger. Wes is shocked to discover that the key witness in a local trial is Lee Halpern, a woman whom he thought had been killed 20 years before. Con artist Lee had seduced Wes' father and swindled him, leaving the Grangers penniless and fatherless. Wes is hungry for revenge, and when Lee is later found stabbed to death, John suspects him of the crime. Wes maintains his innocence, but even Marty is unsure whether or not to believe him. Falling asleep next to Wes drunk, Marty wakes up on February 16, 2009 to find him stabbed to death. With no memory of the night before and covered in his blood, Marty is arrested for Wes' murder when her fingerprints are found on the knife. Powell Lord III later confesses to the murder (among others), as part of his plan to punish anyone who has hurt Marty, frame Todd, and then punish him by killing him and anyone he loves.

In 2011, Jessica Buchanan, who met Wes a few times during her stay in St. Ann's, developed an alternate personality based on memories of him and stories she heard from Brody. Unlike Jessica's other alters, "Wes" seems to believe that "he" actually is Wes Granger rather than a part of Jessica's psyche.

Tate Harmon[edit]

Tate Harmon
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Chris Beetem
Duration 2007
First appearance February 8, 2007
Last appearance August 9, 2007
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Occupation Baseball player
Anti-drug speaker
Residence Statesville Prison

Tate Harmon is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Chris Beetem portrayed the role from February 8, 2007 until August 9, 2007. In 2007, Beetem as Tate won Worst Villan from Soap Opera Digest.[20]

Tate Harmon is a well-known, young, retired professional baseball player. An anti-drug lecturer, Tate comes to Llanview in February 2007 and speaks out against steroid use at Llanview High School. He is soon hired by entrepreneurs Adriana Cramer and Layla Williamson to be the model for their new men's underwear line. Tate's romantic interest in Adriana invites the ire of her boyfriend, Rex Balsom. On April 23, 2007, Tate is a guest on the daytime talk show The View and declares his love for Adriana in a "Tom Cruise-like" couch incident. After meeting Tate's ex-wife, who claims their marriage ended due to fraud on Tate's part, Rex outs Tate as gay on local television; the story is soon picked up nationwide.

Rex's assertion is soon proven untrue, but Tate hides another secret: he is a member of the white supremacist group "One Pure People." Using half-Latin Adriana as a cover, Tate has been participating in OPP's recent anti-semitic and racially motivated arsons in Llanview. Tate's father Kirk Harmon comes to town and soon takes the blame for the crimes to protect his son, but when Kirk realizes that Tate will not stop his misguided crusade, Kirk decides to tell the truth to the police. Before he has the chance, Kirk is killed in prison by an OPP member, but Rex, Adriana and the police ultimately deduce that Tate is the culprit. In a macabre endgame, Tate traps Adriana, Layla, and Vincent Jones on a rooftop, intending to kill them for their racial "impurity." Rex arrives, and Tate convinces Adriana to jump off of the roof to spare the lives of her friends. Tipped off to Tate's whereabouts, Officer Talia Sahid shoots and arrests him before Adriana jumps or anyone else is harmed. Tate is convicted for his crimes and is sent to Statesville Prison on August 9, 2007; to his dismay, his cellmate is an African American named Luther.

Stephen Haver[edit]

Stephen Haver
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Matthew Ashford
Duration 2003–04
First appearance December 10, 2003
Last appearance March 22, 2004
Created by Josh Griffith
Michael Malone
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Aliases Love Child Killer
White Rose Killer
Music Box Killer
Occupation Psychology Professor

Dr. Stephen Haver is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Matthew Ashford[21] portrayed the role from December 10, 2003 until March 22, 2004.

Stephen Haver is a psychology professor at Llanview University who specializes in human sexuality and researches serial killers and sexual predators. He becomes a favorite instructor of Jessica Buchanan, who recruits him along with psychiatrist Rae Cummings and student activist and radio host Marcie Walsh to help her expose a scandal between her friend and another professor who had demanded sex in return for a passing grade. When the serial killer known as the "Music Box Killer" begins terrorizing the university, Jessica and Dr. Haver investigate with Haver and Rae acting as psychological profilers for the Llanview Police Department. Haver works closely with new Chief of Detectives John McBain, but no one is aware that Haver and the "Music Box Killer" are actually one and the same.

The Music Box Killer strangles his victims with a red leotard, paints a teardrop on their faces, and leaves a music box by their bodies as a calling card. He sometimes targets women at random, such as private investigator Elyssa Collins or sorority girl Madison Kensington, but seems to focus on women who are either older and maternal, or promiscuous and involved in sex work, like Jennifer Rappaport or her friend Karen, a local prostitute. In reality, Haver is murdering women who he identifies with his mother, a promiscuous, alcoholic dancer and folk singer from the "free love" era of the 1960s. For a time, Haver uses psychotic mental patient Troy MacIver as his alibi; as MacIver's therapist at St. Ann's Sanitarium, Haver releases the man from the institution at the times when he plans to kill. As the authorities get closer, Haver kills Police Commissioner Bo Buchanan's girlfriend Gabrielle Medina, and nearly kills Sarah Roberts. Meanwhile, John McBain grows increasingly suspicious of Haver, who becomes his prime suspect in the case. Jessica angrily defends her teacher to McBain, but when she stumbles upon the truth, Haver is forced to take action. He kidnaps Jessica, and brainwashes her to conceal his crimes. In the meantime, Rae Cummings also deduces Haver's secret; he takes her hostage, forcing her to act out his twisted psychological ritual of posing as his mother before apparently strangling her and then immolating her isolated prison.

The LPD discovers Jessica's brainwashing and rehabilitates her, but they still have no actionable proof of Haver's guilt. As John McBain digs deeper into Haver's past, he discovers that Haver has actually posed as many serial killers in many different parts of the United States, changing methodology and modus operandi each time to avoid detection. John is shocked to learn that Haver was once the "White Rose Killer," who he had hunted unsuccessfully during his tenure with the FBI; and had murdered McBain's fiancée Caitlin Fitzgerald.

Trapped and growing desperate, Haver abducts Jessica's sister Natalie Buchanan, who John has become romantically linked to. In a stand-off with police, Haver straps a bomb to Natalie's body and threatens to kill her. Haver is shocked as Rae Cummings suddenly enters the room — she had survived his assault, and had been kept in police protection. Taunting Haver with the memory of his mother, the focus of his psychosis, Rae manages to distract Haver long enough for the police to subdue him. While behind bars and awaiting trial, Haver is shot and killed by a rogue cop. It is revealed that Haver brainwashed the cop to shoot him and then commit suicide, in the hopes of framing John for Haver's "murder" (the cop implicated John as an accomplice in his suicide note); his plan does not succeed.

Al Holden[edit]

Al Holden
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by
Duration 1987–97, 2001–04
First appearance April 30, 1987 (April 30, 1987)
Last appearance February 14, 2004 (February 14, 2004)
Created by Peggy O'Shea
Introduced by
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Aliases
  • Albert Roberts
  • Alonzo Buchanan
Kirk and Robert Raisch (1988–90)
Ryan and Sean Buckley (1990–91)
Evan Bonifant (1991–93)
Michael Roman (1993–94)
Eddie Karr (1994)
Jason Alexander Fischer (1994–97)
Michael Tipps (2001)
Nathaniel Marston (2001–04)

Alonzo "Al" Holden is a fictional character on the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Originally introduced in April 1987 as apart of a famed storyline involving Tina Lord (Andrea Evans), Cord Roberts (John Loprieno), and Kate Sanders (Marcia Cross), the character was first featured as regular in 2001 with the introduction of Michael Tipps to the role from March through November 2001. Nathaniel Marston assumed the role from December 4, 2001 until its onscreen death in September 22, 2003, and as Al's spirit through his last appearance in the role February 14, 2004. Marston immediately began playing the role of Michael McBain thereafter in 2004.


Hugh Hughes[edit]

Hugh Hughes
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Josh Casaubon
Duration 2005–06
First appearance July 18, 2005
Last appearance September 21, 2006
Created by Dena Higley
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Occupation Asst. District Attorney

Hugh Hughes is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Josh Casaubon played the role from July 18, 2005 until September 21, 2006.[22]

Hugh comes to Llanview as the new Assistant District Attorney. He soon runs into Marcie Walsh, who is being ridiculed by other writers after her novel The Killing Club had been played out by a serial killer. He gives up his evening to take the drunken Marcie home, beginning an unusual friendship between the playboy Hugh and writer Marcie, much to the annoyance of her ex-boyfriend Michael McBain.

Hugh is soon thrown into the seat of district attorney as Nora Hanen is hospitalized. His first big case is the trial of Todd Manning for the murder of pregnant Margaret Cochran. Todd is convicted, but when it is discovered that Todd had been innocent, Hugh immediately apologizes to him for having been the one to put him in prison. Hugh then discovers that doctors Spencer Truman and Paige Miller are his biological parents; Paige had put him up for adoption without telling the evil Spencer that she was pregnant.[23] At Spencer's bail hearing for Margaret Cochran's murder, it appears that Hugh wants Spencer to go free when he agrees to offer him a $1 million bail. However, he and Detective John McBain had planned it in the hopes that Truman would lead them to the gun that he used to kill John's father, Thomas McBain.

Hugh is killed on September 22, 2006 in a car accident, but in a case of mistaken identity he is thought to have survived and been bandaged for his burns. In reality, it is John McBain (who had also been in the accident) under the bandages while Hugh is buried in what everyone thought was John's grave.

Britney Jennings[edit]

Britney Jennings
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Katrina Bowden (2006)
Portia Reiners (2006–07)
Duration 2006–07
First appearance September 26, 2006
Last appearance October 17, 2007
Created by Dena Higley
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Occupation Student
Residence Massachusetts

Britney Jennings is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. The role was portrayed by Katrina Bowden from September 26 until October 4, 2006, and by Portia Reiners[24] from October 10, 2006 until October 17, 2007.

Katrina Bowden (as pictured in 2012) briefly originated the role of Britney in 2006.

Britney is the "popular girl" at Llanview High School and bullies freshman Starr Manning after an argument between their fathers Todd Manning and Blake Jennings. Britney's attitude toward Starr worsens when Britney sets her sights on football player Cole Thornhart, who is developing feelings for Starr. Trying everything to thwart Starr and Cole's new relationship, Britney discovers that Cole had been pressured into taking steroids, and tricks him into a fit of "roid rage" during which he attacks Starr. Britney, posing as Starr, calls the police. In the aftermath, it is revealed that Cole's parents are Marty Saybrooke and the deceased Patrick Thornhart, both enemies of Starr's father Todd. Starr forgives Cole but her parents forbid her to date him. They secretly see each other, much to Britney's dismay, and Britney does all she can to split them up. She orchestrates the reveal that Starr and Cole have spent the night together, nearly having sex. Starr and Cole run away together, but are caught and forced to break up. They are soon drawn back together. Meanwhile, Britney uses fellow student Henry Mackler to do her homework for her. He secretly takes pills to stay awake to do both his and Britney's homework. After not having slept for two weeks, a distraught Henry steals a car, meanwhile having chest pains and blurred vision. Cole manages to get Henry to drive back to school. However, when they arrive to find the police in the parking lot, Henry panics and drives the car into a tree. Henry — not wearing a seatbelt — is thrown from the car to his death. Starr and Langston place blame on Britney for pushing Henry to this extreme; Britney begins to see that she had wronged Henry, and feels responsible for his death.

Britney seems to turn over a new leaf, dropping her vendetta against Starr. But after Cole leaves her at the prom to be with Starr, Britney reverts to her old ways. Soon she learns that Cole is lying to Starr about her father's whereabouts; the secret comes out and strains Starr and Cole's relationship. Britney then incites an argument between Starr and teacher Marcie, which results in Marcie's temporary suspension from her job. Britney soon announces during the week of October 15, 2007 that her parents are sending her to a prestigious boarding school in Massachusetts. Before she leaves, Britney overhears that Langston has been living on her own; Britney calls Social Services, who take custody of Langston — despite Dorian Lord's protests — and put her in a group home pending assignment to a foster home.

Schuyler Joplin[edit]

Schuyler Joplin
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Scott Clifton
Duration 2009–10
First appearance January 9, 2009
Last appearance April 9, 2010
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Occupation Medical student
Drug counselor
Biology teacher
Residence Statesville Prison
Llanview, Pennsylvania

Schuyler Joplin is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Scott Clifton portrayed the role from January 9, 2009 until April 9, 2010.[25][26]

Schuyler Joplin, a new Llanview High School teacher, befriends student Starr Manning in January 2009 on the heels of the suicide of his mother, Dr. Leah Joplin. In March 2009, a distraught Starr kisses Schuyler in the school hallway. She later tries to seduce him, and her ex-boyfriend Cole Thornhart becomes convinced that Schuyler is the one trying to seduce his underage student. Cole reports the incident, and Schuyler is suspended from his teaching position. Schuyler's ex-girlfriend Stacy Morasco comes to town, and he stumbles upon her plot to steal her sister Gigi's boyfriend Rex Balsom through blackmail. Stacy forces Gigi to break up with Rex, and in June 2009 Schuyler helps Gigi turn the tables on Stacy. He soon develops feelings for Gigi but refuses to tell her; when he finally does, he and Gigi grow closer. Rex and Gigi reunite, but their relationship falls apart when Stacy is revealed to be pregnant after sleeping with Rex while he and Gigi were separated. Gigi is drawn to Schuyler, and they begin a relationship; meanwhile, Schuyler determines that he is actually the father of Stacy's baby, but Stacy convinces him to keep the secret so that Gigi will not reunite with Rex. Rex learns that he is not the baby's father just as Stacy gives birth to Sierra Morasco. Stacy apparently dies soon after; Gigi breaks up with Schuyler for keeping the secret, and states her intention to challenge him for custody of Sierra.

In spring 2010, Allison Perkins shows up as a house inspector from child services at Schuyler's apartment and later points a gun at Schuyler and then kidnaps Sierra. Later Schuyler goes to Statesville prison and helps Mitch Laurence escape. Meanwhile Allison shows up at Foxy Roxy's hair salon and then holds Roxy Balsom and Natalie Buchanan at gunpoint. Allison then takes Roxy and baby Sierra back to Kyle Lewis and Oliver Fish's apartment and holds them hostage. Then Mitch calls Allison and tells her to come down to Statesville prison and bring Sierra with her. In the medical room Schuyler gives Mitch a drug that will make his heart stop and hopes that he will die. Later Allison shows up with the baby and reveals that Mitch and Roxy are Schuyler's real parents. Years earlier, Allison had switched infants Schuyler and Rex and tried to convince Roxy that the baby she'd given birth to had died the night he was born, while she gave Schuyler to her sister, Dr. Leah Joplin, who could not conceive children of her own.

Later, Schuyler takes Allison's gun and holds Gigi at gunpoint at the cabin of Victoria "Viki" Lord Davidson tries to force Gigi to sleep with him. He once more says that he wants Gigi back in his life but Rex and the police find them. He attempts to shoot Rex, blaming him for all his problems, but ends up shooting police commissioner Bo Buchanan, who is badly wounded and taken to the hospital for surgery. Brody Lovett arrests Schuyler and takes him to the police station. Everyone eventually accepts the truth and Schuyler finds out that Sierra is not his daughter, she is Oliver's child as confirmed by a DNA test which Schuyler also accepts. On April 9, 2010, Schuyler appears in court and confesses to the judge, who sends him to Statesville prison where he is to await sentencing.

Henry Mackler[edit]

Henry Mackler
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Jonathan Groff
Duration 2007
First appearance April 11, 2007
Last appearance May 7, 2007
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Occupation Student

Henry Mackler is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Jonathan Groff played the role from April 11 through May 7, 2007.[27] The series originally planned for and filmed scenes of Mackler's exit as a school shooter, which were rewritten following the Virginia Tech massacre. The character dies in a car accident instead.[27]

Groff's exit storyline was rewritten at the last minute.

Henry Mackler is a bookish student whom the popular and manipulative Britney Jennings uses to do her schoolwork by encouraging his romantic feelings toward her. When Henry discovers the truth and confronts her about it, she gives him the cold shoulder. The following week, a distraught Henry speeds away from school in a car with Britney, Cole Thornhart, and Starr Manning. Cole discovers drugs and realizes that Henry is under the influence, and Henry refuses to stop the car and let the others free. Soon, Henry has chest pains, and drives the car into a tree; though the others are merely bruised, Henry is not wearing his seatbelt and is thrown through the windshield. He suffers a drug-related heart attack and dies.


Sam Manning[edit]

Sam Manning
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by
  • Patrick Gibbons, Jr. (2010–13)
(and others)
Duration 2006–13
First appearance February 6, 2006 (February 6, 2006)
Created by Dena Higley
Introduced by
Classification Present, recurring
Profile
Aliases
  • Todd Spencer Manning Jr. (birth name)
  • Thomas "Tommy" John McBain
Residence La Boulaie, 56 Lincoln Street
Llanview, Pennsylvania
Kyle and Zachary Kirchmann (2006)
Zachary and Daniel Frisch (2006 – 2007)
Jacob and Luke Clodfelter (2007 – January 2010)
Patrick Gibbons, Jr. (December 22, 2010 – January 12, 2012; May 1, 2013 – present)

Samuel "Sam" Manning is the son of Victor Lord Jr. and the late Margaret Cochran. He was adopted by Blair Cramer. Sam was born on screen on February 6, 2006, however, it was changed to July 15, 2004.

Storylines[edit]

Long obsessed with Victor (as Todd Manning) and causing trouble for him and his family, mentally unstable Margaret Cochran appears on his wedding day to ex-wife Blair Cramer. When he refuses to leave with her willingly, she shoots both his knees, kidnaps him, and holds him hostage. Wanting a child by Todd, Margaret ultimately rapes him; he allows it to happen to keep Margaret from murdering Blair. Margaret disappears and Todd and Blair are later reunited; a pregnant Margaret returns to Llanview, Pennsylvania but is murdered. Todd is tried, convicted, and sentenced to death for the crime; he is administered the lethal injection but revived at the very last second by his enemy Dr. Spencer Truman as proof surfaces that Margaret is alive. With no memory of her time in Llanview, Margaret is first unable to recall even having a child; soon the memories come flooding back. It is revealed that Spencer had taken Margaret in, orchestrated her "murder", and framed Todd. Spencer had delivered Margaret's baby — whom she unofficially named Todd Manning Jr. — on February 6, 2006,[28] and had then disposed of it in a black market adoption. Margaret dies following a van wreck before she can reveal all the details.

Todd hires young private investigator Rex Balsom to find his son in late 2006. Rex soon discovers that the child is actually his own godson: Tommy, the adopted son of close friend Marcie and her new husband, Dr. Michael McBain. Familiar with the McBains' devotion to Tommy and knowing that they would be devastated if he were taken away, Rex is unsure what to do; he is also aware of Todd's volatile behavior, above-the-law history and selfishness. Perceiving Todd's consideration of his missing son as nothing more than a lost possession, Rex decides to keep the secret. Rex's girlfriend Adriana Cramer and later Michael himself become part of the conspiracy to keep Tommy with the McBains. Rex goes as far as faking a death certificate for Todd's missing child to get Todd to give up the search. An unhinged Spencer is murdered; in the wake of his death, hints to the whereabouts of Todd's son begin to surface, prompting Todd to resume his search. Spencer's killer is finally revealed to be Lindsay Rappaport, who loves Marcie like a daughter. Lindsay had discovered Tommy's true identity and had stabbed Spencer to bury the secret forever. But at the same time Lindsay is arrested, the rest of Spencer's final plan plays out as his heir Miles Laurence gives Todd proof that Spencer orchestrated the adoption of Todd's son by the McBains.

Todd takes the McBains to court to win custody of his son, and both sides malign each other in a bitter battle. On October 9, 2007, Todd is awarded custody. As he arrives at the McBains' to pick up his son, Marcie escapes out a window with Tommy and flees town. Pursued by Todd, FBI agent Lee Ramsey, and her brother-in-law Detective John McBain, Marcie and Tommy travel under assumed names to Decatur, Georgia, then New Orleans and finally Paris, Texas. A disguised Marcie walks into the Bon Jour Café, not realizing that Llanview matriarch (and Todd's sister) Victoria "Viki" Lord Davidson has been working there incognito to temporarily escape her life. Marcie befriends waitress Gigi Morasco, who soon discovers Marcie's identity but promises not to turn Marcie in.

With Marcie and his son still at large, Todd announces on December 20, 2007 that "Tommy" will be renamed "Sam Manning," in honor of his deceased mentor and friend, Sam Rappaport. Having unknowingly avoided Viki for weeks, Marcie soon comes face to face with her; when Todd and John appear at the Bon Jour, a desperate Marcie holds Viki at gunpoint. The FBI and police soon surround the diner; Marcie's doctor husband Michael is sent in to help an ailing Viki, becoming Marcie's willing prisoner as Viki is released to get medical attention. Michael is temporarily reunited with his former adopted son "Tommy." Michael manages to convince Marcie to surrender; they will lose their child but will still have each other for support. On January 14, 2008, Todd's son Sam is finally returned to him. Later that year, Todd gets into a car accident, with Sam not in a carseat. Blair, Starr, and Starr's friends testify to Todd's recent violent and unstable behavior, and Todd loses custody of Sam to his estranged wife Blair. On June 10, 2011 Sam befriends a mysterious man named T.M. (later revealed to his uncle Todd.)

He celebrated his seventh birthday on the episode first-run July 15, 2011 with his family at Todd's house. On his birthday, Sam was kidnapped by his "imaginary friend", who is actually the man with Todd's original face, disguised as Spider-Man who entertained him and his family at his birthday party. Sam later rescues his great aunt Dorian Lord after she is kidnapped by Echo DiSavoy and taken hostage at the Minute Man Motel (which is also the place where his "imaginary friend" took him to after he kidnaps him), and he does this while wearing a Spider-Man mask! He also sprays Echo with foam made spider webs that put her trapped against a wall! Police Detective John McBain soon finds Echo, Dorian, and Sam at the motel, and John returns Sam to his family at Todd's house to continue celebrating his birthday party. In August 2011, it is revealed that Sam's father "Todd" was actually Todd's identical twin brother Victor Lord Jr., who had been brainwashed into believing that he is Todd. On August 31, 2011, Sam's father, Victor is apparently murdered by the "real" Todd Manning. In the final months of the series, Sam grows increasingly close to Victor Jr.'s twin and his uncle, Todd. On the series finale, it is revealed that Sam's father, Victor Jr., is alive but being held captive.

Hope Manning-Thornhart[edit]

Hope Manning-Thornhart
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Tess, Madeline and Molly Sullivan (2008–12)
(and other child actors)
Duration 2008–12
First appearance November 6, 2008 (November 6, 2008)
Last appearance June 21, 2012 (June 21, 2012)
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Crossover
appearances
General Hospital
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Aliases Hope Manning McBain
Chloe Victoria Brennan

Hope Manning-Thornhart is a fictional character who originated on the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. She is the daughter of Cole Thornhart and Starr Manning, born on-screen on November 6, 2008 at Llanview Hospital. Tess, Madeline and Molly Sullivan played the role from 2008 until the One Life to Live series finale on January 13, 2012. Shiloh Nelson and Caitlyn Buton played Hope as a guest appearance on General Hospital on February 24, 27, and 28, 2012. On June 21, 2012, Cheyanna Prelesnik played the ghost of Hope on General Hospital.[29]

When Starr uncovers her pregnancy in late summer 2008, she arranges for the child to be adopted by Marcie McBain, but Starr's estranged father Todd blackmails her doctor into agreeing to pretend the child dies so that he can raise the baby himself. Todd has a change of heart and calls off the plan after Hope is born. However, Starr's cousin Jessica Buchanan, under the influence of her alternate personality "Bess," switches Hope with Jessica's own newborn daughter, who had been stillborn the same day. Jessica reemerges not realizing that her newborn daughter is Starr's child, and Starr's family mourn the loss of the baby they believe is hers. The baby's headstone gives her name as Hope Manning McBain. The secret of the switch comes out in May 2009; Jessica finally remembers what happened,and tearfully returns the baby on June 5, 2009. Starr and Cole have a brief reunion with Hope before they hand her over to a grateful Marcie and her husband, Michael McBain. After overhearing Starr talking about her regrets, Marcie returns Hope to Starr on June 15, 2009. Hope's godparents are Markko Rivera and Langston Wilde.

In September 2009, Cole is working undercover for the police; Starr and Hope are kidnapped by Russian mobsters on orders from Mayor Lowell. They are rescued by Brody Lovett. In October 2010, Hope and Starr are kidnapped by Elijah Clarke but escape, only to be kidnapped again by Hannah O'Connor. They later escape her as well. When Cole goes to prison, Hope experiences nightmares and has trouble accepting Starr's new boyfriend James into her life. When the real Todd Manning returns, Starr is thrilled. She introduces him to Hope, who he nicknames 'Peanut'.

On February 24, 2012, Hope and her parents are driving through Port Charles, New York when Anthony Zacchara crashes into their car when his tires are shot out by Johnny Zacchara. Starr is able to get out of the car, but Hope and Cole are trapped inside when it topples over a cliff and explodes. They are presumed to have died among unrecognizable remains.[30] On June 21, 2012, Hope appears as a seven-year-old ghost to Johnny Zacchara.

Eve McBain[edit]

Eve McBain
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Lisa Banes (2004)
Lisby Larson (2006)
Duration 2004, 2006
First appearance January 30, 2004
Last appearance October 12, 2006
Created by Michael Malone
Josh Griffith
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Residence Atlantic City, New Jersey

Eve McBain is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Lisa Banes[31] played the role from January 30 until March 15, 2004, and Lisby Larson played the role from September 28 until October 12, 2006.

Eve McBain arrives in Llanview, Pennsylvania after she is invited to a dinner party by her son Michael’s friend Marcie Walsh. She decides to stay in town to catch up with her sons, John and Michael. Eve begins to go on a series of dates with Bo Buchanan. Weeks later, Eve is abducted by the Music Box Killer, and is forced to tell Natalie Buchanan that her dead husband Cristian Vega is alive. Natalie forgives Eve for lying after she discovers that Eve had been forced to tell Natalie about Cristian by the killer. Eve returns to Atlantic City.

In 2006, John tells Eve that he is going to ask Natalie to marry him; Eve comes back to town to give John her engagement ring. She is devastated to learn that John died in a pile-up on his way to Atlantic City. After John’s funeral, Eve gives Natalie the engagement ring as a way to remember John. Eve returns home. John is later found to be alive.

Troy MacIver[edit]

Troy MacIver
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Ty Treadway
Duration 2001–2004, 2012
First appearance August 8, 2001 (August 8, 2001)
Last appearance January 9, 2012 (January 9, 2012)
Created by
Introduced by Gary Tomlin
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Doctor at Llanview Hospital
Residence Statesville Prison

Troy MacIver is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live played by Ty Treadway from August 8, 2001 to August 1, 2003, December 10, 2003 to January 29, 2004 and from January 3 to 9, 2012. Treadway previously played Troy's twin brother Colin from 2000 to 2001, with a brief reappearance in 2008.


Paige Miller[edit]

Paige Miller
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Kimberlin Brown (2004–05)
Cady Huffman (2005–06)
Alexandra Neil (2006–07)
Duration 2004–07
First appearance October 12, 2004
Last appearance July 27, 2007
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Occupation Physician

Dr. Paige Miller (formerly Truman) is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. The role was originally to be played by daytime veteran Mary Beth Evans, who backed out at the last minute,[32] when she got a contract offer from As the World Turns, where she had been recurring since 2000. Kimberlin Brown[32] then originated the role on-screen from October 12, 2004 until June 30, 2005. Cady Huffman[33] took over the role from August 19, 2005 until January 23, 2006.[32] Alexandra Neil played the role from January 27, 2006[32] until July 27, 2007.

Paige Miller arrives at Llanview Hospital and is soon revealed to be the ex-wife of Dr. Spencer Truman. She begins dating Bo Buchanan. Paige teams up with Spencer's brother David Vickers to determine Spencer's real reason for coming to Llanview. In April 2006, the secret comes out: as a youth, David had shot police detective Thomas McBain, father of Detective John McBain. At the hospital, Paige had operated on Thomas despite the fact that she was intoxicated, and McBain had died. Spencer had covered up both crimes. David is arrested, and Paige's license to practice medicine is revoked. Later in 2006, however, it is revealed that Spencer actually shot McBain and framed Paige to keep a hold over her. It is also revealed that Paige had a son by Spencer and put him up for adoption, never telling Spencer.[23] Llanview attorney Hugh Hughes is discovered to be that son, but is killed in a car wreck on September 22, 2006. By December 2006, an exonerated Paige has her medical license reinstated. Though she is slowly able to deal with her grief over Hugh, Paige continues to struggle emotionally and ultimately decides to leave town to work with the humanitarian aid group Doctors Without Borders in the Middle East. She says a final goodbye to a disappointed Bo on July 27, 2007.

Lola Montez[edit]

Lola Montez
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Camila Banus
Duration 2008–09
First appearance October 3, 2008 (October 3, 2008)
Last appearance May 15, 2009 (May 15, 2009)
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation High school student

Lola Montez is a fictional character on the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. The role was played by actress Camila Banus onscreen from October 3, 2008 until May 15, 2009.[34][35][36][37][38]


Ray Montez[edit]

Ray Montez
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by A Martinez
Duration 2008–09
First appearance September 10, 2008 (September 10, 2008)
Last appearance June 10, 2009 (June 10, 2009)
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Colombian drug lord

Ray Montez is a fictional character on the ABC Daytime serial One Life to Live. The role was played by actor A Martinez from September through June 2009.[36][39][40][41]

Character history[edit]

Introduced as a prisoner in a Colombian maximum security prison, Ray appears onscreen found by Jared Banks September 10, 2008. Hoping to make amends with Buchanan family patriarch Clint, Jared seeks Ray's help in securing leverage against Dorian Lord, who has taken over Buchanan Enterprises. Clint and Jared plan to convince Ray, the only known parental blood relative of Dorian's foster daughter Langston Wilde, to seek custody of the teen, assuming that Dorian will return the company to the Buchanans in exchange for Ray's relinquishing his rights to Langston. Using his connections, Clint has arranged Ray's "exoneration" and release through the corrupt warden of Plato Prison. Ray agrees to Jared and Clint's proposition, and accompanies Jared back to Llanview, Pennsylvania.

Meanwhile, international crime boss Carlo Hesser kidnaps his nemesis Cristian Vega, and has him interred in Plato Prison, conspiring with the warden to give Cristian the prison jumpsuit worn by Cristian and imprison him under Ray's name. Cristian escapes the prison when he meets Ray's wife Vanessa, who bribes the warden for Cristian's freedom. Vanessa alleges that Ray wants her dead for testifying against him at his trial, where he stood accused of the murder of his first wife, the mother of his daughter Lola. Vanessa is anxious to accompany Cristian to Llanview with Lola, unaware that Ray is there as well.

Once in Llanview, Clint sets his plan into motion, and Ray crashes Langston and Dorian's party celebrating Langston's adoption. Upon introducing himself to his niece, Ray quickly grows fond of Langston, reminiscing about his past with his late sister Linda, Langston's mother. Soon thereafter, Ray pursues and is granted custody of Langston, and announces his intention to take her back to Colombia with him. Though this is still a part of Clint's gambit against Dorian, Ray is seemingly torn between his deal with Clint and his own burgeoning feelings for Langston, who desperately wants to remain in Llanview with her adoptive Cramer family and new friends. Ray gains custody, and Dorian refuses Clint's offer to have Ray relinquish his rights in exchange for Dorian signing Buchanan Enterprises back to him. At the airport with Langston, Ray comes face to face with Vanessa, who shoots him in front of everyone. She is arrested; a critically injured Ray tells the police detective Antonio Vega that Vanessa had framed him for his first wife's murder, but Antonio is doubtful. Meanwhile, Cristian defends Vanessa in court, and Langston befriends her newfound cousin Lola. Ray is sent back to Colombia, and Vanessa and Lola are soon threatened with deportation as well. Fearing retribution from Ray should she return to Colombia, Vanessa asks Cristian to do the only thing that can keep her in the United States: marry her. Initially reluctant because of his relationship with Sarah Roberts, Cristian ultimately marries Vanessa when an anonymous note threatens her life. Lawyer Téa Delgado is secretly representing Ray, seeking to prove that Vanessa had framed him for his wife's murder. Téa begins to win over Lola as Ray escapes prison again and confronts Vanessa in Llanview; she denies murdering Lola's mother, but admits in front of everyone that she had framed Ray as a way to take his money. Vanessa is deported on February 26, 2009,[42] and Ray is exonerated.

To Dorian's chagrin, Ray and Lola are invited to move into Dorian's mansion La Boulaie by its short-term owners, Moe and Noelle Stubbs. Ray and Dorian eventually end up bonding as they fight, and share a kiss. Lola goes after the affections of Langston's boyfriend Markko Rivera; he rebuffs her advances and tells Langston, putting the couple at odds with Lola. Vowing revenge, Lola tries to thwart their plans to have sex and eventually pokes holes in the condoms they intend to use; taking drugs at the prom, Lola later confesses this act to ray and Dorian, as well as the fact that she had been the one to kill her own mother after catching her in bed with another man. Lola is brought to St. Ann's Sanitarium for evaluation. Ray leaves town on June 10, 2009 after telling a crushed Dorian that he has sent Lola to a facility out of town, and plans to join her himself.[41]

Vanessa Montez[edit]

Vanessa Montez
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Jacqueline Hendy
Duration 2008–09
First appearance September 10, 2008 (September 10, 2008)
Last appearance June 10, 2009 (June 10, 2009)
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, regular

Vanessa Montez (formerly Vega) is a fictional character on the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. The role was played onscreen by Jacqueline Hendy from September 15, 2008 until February 26, 2009.[42][43][44]


Stacy Morasco[edit]

Stacy Morasco
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Crystal Hunt (2009–10, 2012)
Farah Fath (2011)
Duration 2009–12
First appearance February 6, 2009
Last appearance January 9, 2012
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Aliases Gigi
Occupation Las Vegas stripper

Stacy Morasco is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Crystal Hunt originated the role on February 6, 2009[45] and played the role until March 9, 2010. Farah Fath, who played Stacy's sister Gigi Morasco, portrayed Stacy for a series of flashbacks on October 11, December 22 and December 23, 2011. Hunt reprised the role during the series finale week on January 9, 2012.

Casting[edit]

Hunt's casting as Stacy was announced in December 2008, as "a bad girl with a connection to someone in Llanview."[45] In 2005 the actress received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series[46] and a Soap Opera Digest Award nomination for her portrayal of Lizzie Spaulding on Guiding Light.

Of Hunt's February 2010 exit, One Life to Live Executive Producer Frank Valentini said, "It was time for Stacy to leave the canvas. Sometimes it's great when the audience hates a character. It keeps them involved and we certainly don't want to make them mad, but some people, you just don't like and yet they're in your world and they do tend to cause some excitement, so that's not a bad thing. It was storyline-dictated and it was time to help propel all of the other characters into major story."[47] In the same article, Soap Opera Digest noted that the character of Stacy had "never clicked with viewers and critics."[47]

Storylines[edit]

Stacy Morasco, younger sister to Gigi, is first seen on February 6, 2009 as a Las Vegas stripper named "Gigi." She begins spying on Gigi and Rex Balsom, later following them back to Llanview.[48] Gigi is thrilled to see her, but devastated by the news that their parents had died in a car crash years before, and Stacy's own struggles since.[49] Stacy makes fast friends with Gigi and Rex's son Shane, although Gigi is somewhat uncomfortable with Stacy's influence. Gigi also begins to suspect that her sister is trying to seduce Rex. After Shane is diagnosed with leukemia in March 2009, Stacy learns of a matching donor. Wanting Rex for herself, she pretends that she is the match and forces Gigi to break up with Rex in exchange for her blood. Shane receives the transplant and improves, but Gigi is afraid to reveal Stacy's blackmail in case Shane needs more of her stem cells. Eventually, Gigi tells the truth, but in the meantime Stacy and Rex have slept together. Rex and Gigi reunite as Stacy's blackmail is revealed. Rex spurns Stacy, but she discovers that she is pregnant. She miscarries but keeps the truth from Rex knowing that it is her only hold over him. Stacy calls her stripper best friend Kimberly Andrews to come to Llanview, who comes up with a plan to help get Stacy pregnant again to pass the baby off as Rex's. She drugs ex-boyfriend Schuyler Joplin but he refuses her. She becomes pregnant after seducing a drunken Oliver Fish. In November 2009 Schuyler finds out that Stacy lost her baby with Rex, and Kim tells Schuyler that he is the baby's father. Schuyler agrees to keep the truth from Rex so that he can have Gigi for himself. In January 2010 Rex's crazed biological father Mitch Laurence tries to kidnap Stacy to raise her baby as his heir. Kim and Stacy tells Schuyler to steal a drug called oxytocin so Stacy can give birth a month before her due date to pass the baby as Rex's. On February 2, 2010 Stacy is kidnapped by Mitch Laurence so he can raise her baby as his heir; when she reveals that the baby is not Rex's, Mitch abandons Stacy in a blizzard. Gigi finds her, takes her to a cabin, and on February 11, 2010 helps Stacy deliver a baby girl she names Sierra Rose. On February 16, 2010, Stacy falls through the ice of a frozen lake; despite Rex and Oliver's attempts to save her, she disappears beneath the ice and is presumed dead.[47] Days later, Stacy's spirit appears to Kim several times to get Kim's assurance that she will do all she can to care for Sierra.

On August 22, 2011, Kimberly, who is in Anchorage, Kentucky working as a stripper at The Spotted Pony strip club, is seen talking to a mysterious comatose woman at a hospital. Next to the mysterious woman's bed is a picture of Stacy and Kim together, and it is implied that Stacy is still alive. On September 20, 2011, Kim is heard saying "That was a close one, Stacy!". On October 10, 2011 it is revealed that Stacy has Gigi's face due to plastic surgery. Kim confesses to Cutter that she tried to stop Stacy's scheme against Gigi when she followed Stacy to Llanview, and found her in the basement of a rental house that was leaking carbon monoxide, along with Gigi's dead body.

On October 14, 2011, Stacy wakes up from her coma and Cutter decides to use her as leverage to blackmail Rex for the Buchanan fortune. Stacy leaves the hospital and goes to Llanview. Stacy goes to Gigi's gravesite, confused about who she is and why she looks like her dead sister. Cutter explains everything to Stacy. On October 28, he convinces her to crash Natalie and Brody's costume themed engagement party so that when she sees Rex and Shane at the party, it can help her to get her memories back. Stacy tells Cutter that she wants out of their deal so that she can get plastic surgery to look like her old self again. On November 14 she decides to go to Brazil to get her old face back, and Cutter goes with her. Stacy and Cutter run into Alex Olanov at the doctor's, the mother of Cutter and Kim. Alex helps Stacy and Cutter get rid of Rex and Aubrey. Later Cutter finds out that Stacy is really Gigi and that Stacy is the one who died in the basement. On January 9, 2012 Stacy appears to Clint in Hell, convincing him he is going to Hell before he will be able to get Viki out of heaven and back to Earth. Stacy and Eddie Ford then go take Mitch Laurence to Hell and Stacy tells him that Jessica is not really his daughter.

Lee Ramsey[edit]

Lee Ramsey
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Hunt Block
Duration 2007–08
First appearance October 16, 2007
Last appearance June 13, 2008
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Occupation FBI Agent

Lee Ramsey is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Hunt Block[50] portrayed the role from October 16, 2007 until June 13, 2008.[51]

FBI Agent Lee Ramsey is assigned to track down Marcie McBain, who has taken her adoptive son Tommy on the run after custody is awarded to his biological father, Todd Manning. Ramsey and Llanview Police Detective/former FBI Agent John McBain share some bad blood; Ramsey had carried an unrequited torch for John's late fiancee Caitlin Fitzgerald, and blames John for her murder years before at the hands of a serial killer whom both men were tracking. As Marcie is married to John's brother Michael McBain, John initiates his own pursuit of her; he and Ramsey continually run into one another on their separate searches across the country. After Marty Saybrooke and her son Cole Thornhart go missing, John returns to Llanview to find them. John discovers that Ramsey has been searching for the terrorist who had murdered Marty's husband, Patrick Thornhart, and entices Ramsey to break off his hunt for Marcie in order to finally capture Patrick's killer. John and Ramsey are forced to work together to track down Marty and Cole. John discovers a microchip in the back of one of Patrick's books of poetry, and later uses it to bargain with terrorist Simon Ryerson in Ireland in exchange for Marty and Cole's safety. The transaction is botched by Ramsey's reckless actions, and Marty is apparently killed in an explosion. Ramsey is promptly suspended by the Bureau for his conduct during the affair.

Now a free agent, Ramsey offers his services to Todd as a bounty hunter. They confront waitress Gigi Morasco, whom they soon discover is hiding Marcie from the authorities. Ramsey takes Gigi and her young son Shane hostage, over Todd's objections, and demands that Gigi call Marcie to meet with her. Marcie arrives but escapes; Ramsey attempts to gun her down while she is still holding Tommy. Todd angrily struggles with Ramsey, and Michael McBain is shot instead. He survives, and Marcie is later apprehended. Ramsey visits a jailed Gigi and threatens to harm her and Shane if she tells anyone about Ramsey and Todd holding her hostage. He is later arrested on suspicion of attempting to kill Gigi and Shane, but on February 15, 2008 is inexplicably named the new Commissioner of Llanview Police Department after the mayor fires Bo Buchanan. It soon becomes clear that Mayor Lowell is in league with Ramsey for some mysterious reason.

Loyal Llanview police officers Antonio Vega and Talia Sahid are determined to get Bo his job back, and work with John to oust Ramsey and expose him as a crooked cop. To this end, Antonio and Talia stage a break-up, and Antonio tricks Ramsey into believing that he has switched allegiances and is open to Ramsey's corrupting influence. With Antonio as an accomplice, Ramsey orchestrates the theft of the crown jewels of Mendorra. During the heist, Ramsey attempts to have Talia framed for criminal collusion and tries to have her dismissed from the force. On June 11, 2008, it is revealed that Ramsey has been secretly caring for an injured and confused Marty in the penthouse he had purchased from Todd, and that he had the jewels stolen in order to sell them on the black market and pay for Marty's private medical care. It becomes clear that Ramsey has compassion for Marty, and harbors regret for his part in her near-fatal accident. He tells Marty that he hopes to heal her physical and mental traumas and release her to her family and friends, and then be reinstated by the FBI himself. Ramsey's buyer for the jewels turns out to be Todd's long-lost sister Tina Lord — now the Crown Princess of Mendorra. Tina arrives at Ramsey's penthouse with a briefcase full of Euros, and the two make an exchange. But when Tina briefly moves in another room, thugs sent by United States Ambassador to Mendorra Jonas Chamberlain burst into the penthouse and shoot Ramsey to death. Ramsey's last act is to crawl towards the stairs, in an attempt to protect Marty.

After Ramsey's death, Carlo Hesser reveals that Ramsey had appointed to the commissioner’s office, by him, via the mayor. In addition, Ramsey had been in Hesser's employ as part of the scheme with the Mendorran Crown Jewels, and had secured Carlo's secret release from Statesville Prison.

Megan Rappaport[edit]

Megan Rappaport
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Erin Torpey
Duration 2008
First appearance July 21, 2008
Last appearance July 22, 2008
Created by 2008
Introduced by [note 2]
Classification Former, guest

Megan Victoria Buchanan Rappaport is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. She is the stillborn daughter of Will Rappaport and Jessica Buchanan. Erin Torpey played the role on July 21–22, 2008, as the spirit of Megan. Torpey had also portrayed Jessica when the character Megan died in 1999.[52]

Conceived during a brief fling between Will and Jessica, Megan is stillborn in 1999 after Dorian Lord accidentally hits a pregnant Jessica with her car. A devastated Jessica ultimately forgives a repentant Dorian. On July 21 and July 22, 2008, the spirit of an adult Megan visits Jessica's mother Victoria Lord Davidson, who is critically injured in a car crash.[52]

Claudia Reston[edit]

Claudia Reston
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Kerry Butler
Duration 2006–07
First appearance January 18, 2006
Last appearance January 3, 2007
Created by Dena Higley
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Singer
Residence New York City

Claudia Reston is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Kerry Butler portrayed the role on a contract status from January 18, 2006[53] until January 3, 2007.[54]

Like her character Claudia, Kerry Butler also sings.

Claudia Reston is the ex-girlfriend and later friend to Nash Brennan. Nash's pregnant girlfriend Tess, the alternate personality of Jessica Buchanan, visits Claudia in a drug rehab, where Claudia has been since her break-up with Nash. Claudia, a rich heiress and a recovering alcoholic, explains that Nash made her believe he loved her, but was really scamming her for her father's money. Nash explains that his grifter days are behind him and that he sincerely regrets taking advantage of Claudia. Seemingly rehabilitated, Claudia soon appears in Llanview, taking a job as a singer at Antonio Vega's club "Capricorn." Soon her powerful father George arrives, blaming Nash for Claudia's troubles. After Mr. Reston threatens Nash and Tess' lives, Nash turns to Claudia for help. Claudia hopes to regain Nash's love by aiding him in a scheme against her father, but their plan ends in tragedy when George Reston ends up dead by Claudia's hand during a scuffle with Nash. Nash helps her cover up the accident. Claudia continues to try and woo Nash while befriending Antonio. When she falls off the wagon on New Year's Eve 2006, Nash and Antonio urge her to go to rehab. Claudia then heads back to New York City to detox and start a new life.


Keri Reynolds[edit]

Keri Reynolds
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Sherri Saum
Duration 2001–03
First appearance August 31, 2001 (August 31, 2001)
Last appearance September 16, 2003 (September 16, 2003)
Created by
Introduced by Gary Tomlin
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Teacher at Llanview University

Keri Reynolds is a fictional character on the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. The role appeared onscreen played by actress Sherri Saum from August 31, 2001 until September 16, 2003.


Mark Solomon[edit]

Mark Soloman
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Matt Cavenaugh
Duration 2004–05
First appearance July 2, 2004 (July 2, 2004)
Last appearance June 3, 2005 (June 3, 2005)
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Student

Mark Solomon is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Matt Cavenaugh portrayed the role from July 2, 2004 until June 3, 2005.

Mark is a failing student at Llanview University, who is assigned to help re-build the recently burned down community center with other failing students. Mark and Marcie Walsh become good friends, and Mark comes out to her.[13] Mark tells the rest of the group that he is gay, and begins dating a boy named Justin. Months later, Daniel Colson marries Nora Hanen, though it appears that he is having an affair.[12][13] With the murder of Paul Cramer still unsolved, the motive is revealed; Paul had discovered that Daniel is romantically involved with Mark, and had begun to blackmail Daniel.[12][13] This had prompted Daniel to kill Paul.[12][13] Daniel begins planting evidence to frame Jennifer Rappaport for the crime, but Jen catches Daniel and he suffocates her. Bo Buchanan and Rex Balsom discover Daniel's crimes and the extramarital affair. While Daniel is in custody awaiting trial, a devastated Mark breaks things off with him.

Moe Stubbs[edit]

Moe Stubbs
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by John Rue
Duration 2007–09, 2011
First appearance October 22, 2007
Last appearance December 20, 2011
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Occupation Cafe owner

Maurice “Moe” Stubbs is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. John Rue portrayed the role from October 22, 2007 until January 17, 2008, May 7 until May 12, 2008, July 16 until August 28, 2008, December 1, 2008 until November 25, 2009, and December 6, 2011 until December 20, 2011.

Moe is the owner and chef of the Bon Jour Café in Paris, Texas. Longtime platonic friends with Noelle Ortiz, the two begin to grow closer in 2007 while they are seen during Victoria "Viki" Lord Davidson and Gigi Morasco's time in Paris. Moe and Noelle are seen again in May 2008, when Natalie and her secret lover, con man Jared Banks, visit Paris to get away from the prying eyes of the Buchanan family. They are unaware that the notorious David Vickers, the true Buchanan heir, has taken a job at the Bon Jour as a busboy alongside Moe and Noelle. After discovering that Jared and Natalie are lying to the Buchanans about Jared's lineage, David leaves the Bon Jour, urging Moe and Noelle to admit their feelings for each other.

Moe and Noelle reappear again in July 2008 when Bo Buchanan and Rex Balsom visit the Bon Jour separately. By this time, Moe and Noelle have revealed their feelings for each other and are shown to be in a committed romantic relationship. When Bo and Rex travel through time back to 1968, they discover Moe and Noelle's counterparts in the past: Moe is "Jeremiah Stubbs," (Moe's father), the hippie proprietor of what was then known as the "Good Day Café," and Noelle is "Rosa," a strong-willed Mexican maid working for the Buchanan family alongside Maria Vasquez. Jeremiah and Rosa are shown to have feelings for one another. Unlike Moe, Jeremiah is a mellow, peace-loving fellow who is shown to oppose the Vietnam War and deal in certain "medicinal substances," which he includes as ingredients in some of his baked goods. While sharing some "brownies" with a young Renee Divine, he encourages her to reconsider her frayed relationship with Asa Buchanan, the love of her life. Back in 2008, Moe proposes to Noelle, who accepts. In late 2008, an engaged Moe and Noelle visit Viki at the "Buenos Dias Café," Carlotta Vega's burned-down diner rebuilt as a recreation of the Bon Jour Café. Dorian Lord invites Moe to be her personal chef, and he accepts. Later, as part of her plot to marry or gain power-of-attorney over Buchanan heir David, Dorian gives Moe her house and its contents. Moe and Noelle soon marry in Las Vegas on February 9, 2009.

Noelle Ortiz Stubbs[edit]

Nicole Ortiz Stubbs
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by January LaVoy
Duration 2007–09, 2011
First appearance October 22, 2007
Last appearance December 20, 2011
Created by Ron Carlivati
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Profile
Occupation Waitress

Noelle Ortiz Stubbs is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. January LaVoy portrayed the role from October 22, 2007 until January 17, 2008, May 7 until May 12, 2008, July 16 until August 28, 2008, December 1, 2008 until December 28, 2009, and December 7 until December 20, 2011.

Nicole is a waitresses at the Bon Jour Café in Paris, Texas, where Moe Stubbs is the owner. Longtime platonic friends, the two begin to grow closer in 2007 while they are seen during Viki Davidson and Gigi Morasco's time in Paris. Close friends with Viki, Noelle shares tales of woe from life with her ex-husband. When fugitive Marcie McBain (who had been posing as new waitress "Sally Ann") is arrested along with Noelle's fellow waitress Gigi Morasco following a police stand-off, Noelle takes care of Gigi's young son Shane.

Moe and Noelle are seen again in May 2008, when Natalie and her secret lover, con man Jared Banks, visit Paris and the Bon Jour to get away from the prying eyes of the Buchanan family. They are unaware that the notorious David Vickers, the true Buchanan heir, has taken a job at the Bon Jour as a busboy. After discovering that Jared and Natalie are lying to the Buchanans about Jared's lineage, David quits the Bon Jour, urging Moe and Noelle to admit their feelings for each other.

Moe and Noelle reappear again in July 2008 when Bo Buchanan and Rex Balsom visit the Bon Jour separately. By this time, Moe and Noelle have revealed their feelings for each other and are shown to be in a committed romantic relationship. When Bo and Rex travel through time back to 1968, they discover Moe and Noelle's counterparts in the past: Moe is "Jeremiah Stubbs," (Moe's father), the hippie proprietor of what was then known as the "Good Day Café," and Noelle is "Rosa," a strong-willed Mexican maid working for the Buchanan family alongside Maria Vasquez. Rosa is Maria's only confidante about her out-of-wedlock pregnancy by Clint Buchanan; her unborn child will grow up to be Cord Roberts. Jeremiah and Rosa are shown to have feelings for one another. Back in 2008, Gigi returns to Paris during her search for a missing Rex, Noelle has the chance to catch up with her former co-worker. After the customers leave, Moe proposes to Noelle, who accepts.

In late 2008, an engaged Moe and Noelle visit Viki at the "Buenos Dias Café," Carlotta Vega's burned-down diner rebuilt as a recreation of the Bon Jour Café. Moe and Noelle soon marry in Las Vegas on February 9, 2009.

Jamie Vega[edit]

Jamie Vega
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by
  • Saoirse Scott (2005–09)
    (and others)
Duration 2003–09
First appearance February 10, 2003 (February 10, 2003)
Last appearance March 8, 2009 (March 8, 2009)
Created by Josh Griffith
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, recurring
Darryn and Leah Thompson (2003–05)
Saoirse Scott (2005–09)

Jamie Reynolds Vega (born Stephanie Reynolds) is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Child actors Darryn and Leah Thompson originated the roles as infants from February 10, 2003 until March 8, 2005. Saoirse Scott stepped in the speaking role from April 8, 2005 until April 2009.

Jamie is the daughter of Antonio Vega and Keri Reynolds; although she is at first believed to be the child of Keri's mother Liz and another man, the embryo transplanted into Keri. The baby is born and soon determined to actually be the biological child of Keri and her boyfriend Antonio. She is later renamed Jamie.

Following Keri's death, Jamie is the subject of a fierce custody battle between her father and maternal grandfather, R.J. Gannon. Jessica Buchanan acts as a mother to Jamie during Jessica's long relationship with Antonio, and nearly adopts Jamie before she and Antonio split up. In April 2007, Jamie runs out of Antonio and Jessica's loft as they are arguing. Outside, Jamie runs through Angel Square, and is hit by a car. Jamie is treated by Michael McBain and Paige Miller. Jamie makes a full recovery. After Antonio and Jessica's break up, Antonio leaves town, taking Jamie with him.

Lisa Williamson[edit]

Lisa Williamson
One Life to Live character
Portrayed by Janet Hubert
Duration 2005, 2007, 2010
First appearance March 28, 2005 (March 28, 2005)
Last appearance July 26, 2010 (July 26, 2010)
Created by Dena Higley
Introduced by Frank Valentini
Classification Former, recurring

Lisa Williamson is a fictional character on the ABC Daytime soap opera One Life to Live. Mother of lawyer Evangeline Williamson, the role was played by actress Janet Hubert from March through April 2005, in December 2007, and again in July 2010.


Vivian Wright[edit]


Others[edit]

Character Date(s) Actor Circumstances
Seth Anderson May 2001 – January 2003 Brandon Routh (2001–02)
Steve Richard Harris (2002–03)
Seth comes to town in 2001 with the intent of befriending Jessica Buchanan. He is the accomplice and lover of Natalie Balsom, who is later revealed to be a Buchanan. Seth is also an old friend of Cristian Vega's from Angel Square. Seth is supposed to get close to Jessica in order to facilitate Natalie into the family, but falls for her instead, causing tension between the sisters. Seth leaves town after his relationship with Jessica fails. The role of Seth is first portrayed by Brandon Routh, who went on to play Superman.[55][56] Steve Richard Harris took over the role in 2002[57] until 2003, when the character was written off after not being received well by fans.[58]
Kirk Harmon May 21, 2007 – July 10, 2007 Randolph Mantooth The father of ex-baseball superstar Tate Harmon, comes to Llanview to see his son; the two share a secret. Just when it seems that Kirk is the anti-semitic and racist arsonist who has been terrorizing the city, Kirk confronts Tate, who is the real killer. Kirk takes the blame for Tate's crimes to protect his son, but when he realizes that Tate will not stop his misguided crusade, Kirk decides to tell the truth to the police. Before he has the chance, Kirk is killed in prison by a member of Tate's white supremacist group "One Pure People."
Leah Joplin August – December, 2008 Maureen Mueller[26] In August 2008, Todd Manning had visited Dr. Joplin and blackmailed her into helping him steal his daughter Starr Manning's child after the birth rather than let Starr put the baby up for adoption. Todd had discovered that as a teen, a drug-addicted Schuyler had stolen drugs from Llanview Hospital, and that Dr. Joplin had covered it up. Dr. Joplin capitulates to Todd's demands after failing to convince him to change his mind, in order to protect her career. However, the infant is switched at birth with Jessica Buchanan's daughter, who had been stillborn due to Rh disease. Thinking she had failed to diagnose the easily treated syndrome and caused the newborn's death, Dr. Joplin shoots herself in her office and dies on December 4, 2008. In 2010, it is revealed that Allison Perkins had switched infants Schuyler Joplin and Rex Balsom and tried to convince Roxy Balsom that the baby she'd given birth to had died the night he was born, while she gave Schuyler to her sister, Leah, who could not conceive children of her own.
Shannon McBain March 2 – December 2, 2004 Danneel Harris John and Michael McBain's cousin, Shannon, arrives to attend Llanview University. Shannon fails to achieve good grades, though UP Victoria Lord Davidson offer her a chance to pass. Shannon has to help rebuild a burned down community center. Shannon is an outsider and is blamed for continued vandalism on the project. Shannon is caught in bed with River Carpenter by his girlfriend Adriana Cramer. However, Shannon begins dating Rex Balsom, though their relationship fails. Shannon leaves after being put into is police protection.
Ted Osbourne August 11 – November 2, 2006 Mike Jerome Ted is introduced as an employee of Vincent Jones. Vincent forces Ted to sabotage Christian's boxing match. Christian attacks Ted when he loses his career, after he tells the truth Christian reports them to the police. Ted pleads guilty in court. Ted is later killed in a warehouse fire started by Tate Harmon.
Tico Santi July 7 – December 8, 2004 Javier Morga Augustico is first seen when Antonio finds him imprisoned by a drug gang and he is taken to Llanview. Tico finds out he is Antonio's cousin ans they build a relationship and also dates Jessica Buchanan. Tico and sister Sonia are hiding their mother Isabella Santi in their home. Tico hires Antonio's brother Christian to kill him. He later marries Jessica, though Christian fails to kill Antonio and reveals the truth. Tico is then murdered.
Sonia Toledo June 24 – December 20, 2004 Lisa Lo Cicero Sonia is a federal agent with relations with the Santi clan. She begins an affair with Antonio Vega and is involved in his storyline. She leaves Llanview after her adoptive brother Tico is murdered.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Jonas' middle name, Byron, is noted during his wedding to Talia Sahid in the July 31, 2008 episode.
  2. ^ Executive producer Phelps originally introduced the role of Megan in 1999, when the character was stillborn. In 2008, executive producer Valentini notably introduced Torpey as an adult form of Megan.

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Amanda Setton Leaving 'One Life to Live'". SOAPnet. soapnet.com. Retrieved December 14, 2012. 
  3. ^ One Life to Live recap (5/1/06) - ABC.com Retrieved from Internet Archive on March 26, 2008.
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