Article in Greatest Soap Moments, a special issue of Soap Opera Digest that was published on March 28, 1989.
Michael Fox (born Myron Melvin Fox, February 27, 1921 – June 1, 1996) Character actor who was in numerous movies and television roles. Some of his most famous recurring roles were as various autopsy physicians in Perry Mason, as Coroner George McLeod in Burke’s Law, as Amos Fedders in Falcon Crest, and as Saul Feinberg in The Bold and the Beautiful.
In a career that began in 1952 and ended in 1995 Fox appeared in numerous television productions either in recurring roles or in single appearances. His death was written into The Bold and the Beautiful. (Wikipedia)
Michael J. Fox added the initial “J” to his stage name because he wanted to distinguish himself from Michael Fox to register with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG).
Sarah Douglas, circa 1984
In memory of John Saxon (Rashid Ahmed), who passed away on July 25.
Title sequence for Season 5 of Falcon Crest
80’s Fest TV show of the day: Falcon Crest #tv #television #falconcrest #80s #80sfest #ilovethe80s
Interesting article in the August 1984 issue of Daytime/Nighttime Soap Stars about some of the actors who tried out for roles on the nighttime soaps.
Artwork of John James (Jeff) by nachocastroilustrador. If you flip the picture around, it shows Billy Moses, who played Cole on Falcon Crest.
apollonia kotero for falcon crest (1985)
Carla Gugino as Sydney St. James in Falcon Crest 9.06 (1989)
R.I.P. John Callahan
Quotes from Dynasty, Falcon Crest, Knots Landing, and Dallas were included in a feature on Classic Soap Lines in the July 31, 1984, issue of Soap Opera Digest.
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Several prime time soap stars were in the Scene Around Town section of the July 17, 1989, issue of Soap Opera Update, including George Hamilton and Joan Collins of Dynasty, David Selby of Falcon Crest, and Ted Shackelford and Teri Austin of Knots Landing.
Nighttime soap “Falcon Crest” premiered on CBS #OnThisDay in 1981.