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Back in 1985, her role as tortured novelist-to-be Traci Abbott Carlton won her "The Young and the Restless'" very first acting Emmy trophy. She still makes periodic appearances on "Y&R," and now, the terrific Beth Maitland is dropping... more

In 1997, a risque smash single called "Bill" catapulted her back into the spotlight, and now, legendary rhythm and blues performer Peggy Scott-Adams is coming by the Buzz to talk about her extraordinary career, and to discuss the new... more

She co-wrote the theme songs for "Diff'rent Strokes" and "The Facts of Life," among others, and she's a renowned actress ("Days of Our Lives") and singer (the #1 smash "Friends and Lovers"), and now the incredible Gloria Loring is... more

Best known for her incredible fifteen-year run as Valene Ewing on the classic CBS primetime series "Knots Landing," legendary actress Joan Van Ark is dropping by the Buzz to talk about her amazing career and her latest projects.

Her 1997 global smash "Four Leaf Clover" won her a Grammy nomination (for Best Female Rock Vocal) and made her an instant star. She has continued making terrific music in the years that followed, and she's coming to the Buzz to... more

He became a star in the ‘90s, initially as the first adult Jake Martin on “All My Children” (though he was called Joey then!) and later as dashing Ted Capwell on the late great “Santa Barbara.” He has since moved on to a wonderfully... more

She was a sensation in the late '80s and early '90s, first as a young Bette Midler in the classic tearjerker "Beaches," and later in her signature role as an unusually perceptive teenage girl navigating life in a houseful of addled men on the... more

Once upon a time, she was Cassie Callison Buchanan Carpenter Buchanan on "One Life to Live," and now she is heating up "All My Children" as the sudden third wheel in the legendary Jesse/Angie romance, and she's dropping by the... more

He was slimy, charming Adam Carrington on ABC's legendary smash "Dynasty," and he was the third (and, for many, best) Mason Capwell on NBC's late, great "Santa Barbara," and tonight, Golden Globe-nominated actor Gordon Thomson... more

Once upon a time, he was Wortham Krimmer, and his Reverend Andrew Carpenter was the most fascinating character on "One Life to Live." He's been off the show for most of this decade (save for a few riveting appearances,... more