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LANE DAVIES of THE BAY and SANTA BARBARA!

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Lane Davies, who played the role of the ever-popular Mason Capwell on NBC's former soap, Santa Barbara, will be making his first appearance on BuzzWorthy Radio! The actor will joining us to talk about his role on the upcoming webseries, "THE BAY," which is set to air on September 15. Davies and his family all his strong ties to the performing arts world. He started performing in dinner theatres while working on acheiving his degree in Speech and and Theater at Middle Tennessee State. After graduating and making several guest appearances on primetime television series such as "ChiPs," Lane's big break came in 1981 as he was cast in the role of Dr. Evan Whyland on NBC's "Days of our Lives." Though the character of Evan never got picked up by fans or the show, Lane left DAYS in less than a year. It was not until 1984 when he officially hit it big when he was cast as Mason Capwell on "Santa Barbara." A lawyer to his credit, one of the most infamous couples during the show's run was that of Mason and Julia, played by Nancy Lee Grahn, who now plays Alexis Davis on ABC's "General Hospital." The two would later reunite when Davies went to play the role of Cameron on the show. Another one of the infamous storylines during the show's run was Mason witnessing Mary DuVall's death when the "C" atop the Capwell building fell on her. Lane left Santa Barbara in 1989, and made a brief return to daytime as being a temp Ridge Forrester on CBS Daytime's "The Bold and the Beautiful," in 1992. 10 years later, he came to GH as Dr. Cameron Lewis, where he worked alongside Nancy again, as well as Chad Brannon and Tony Geary. Lane is set to premiere on the new webseries "THE BAY," playing the role of Detective Mackenzie Johnson. The show is set to premiere on blip.tv and http://www.thebaytheseries.com on September 15, 2010. We will be talking of his character on the show as well as his acting history.

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