Your fan @Edina Hotdish wants to know: "What's the best and worst thing about working with each other? de Vry: [Silence]Grahn: Why is that so damn hard for you to say? And I have worked with actors who can be very resistant to that. "William de Vry: Nancy's constant need to protect me on the set. stars William de Vry and Nancy Lee Grahn — better known as the über-popular Julexis — for a sprawling chat too big for one installment. Now, in part 2 of the interview, de Vry and Grahn answer Twitter questions from their devoted fan base, the Julexis Army. de Vry: Okay, then, the best thing about Nancy is [long, thoughtful pause]... Grahn: The best thing about Will is that he listens to me when I tell him what to do. Grahn: I'm not ever again going to talk about you being a good kisser! de Vry: Here's something I really respect about Nancy: She will never tell me to change one of my acting choices. Grahn: Nobody should do Vry: But some actors do and you don't. Grahn: Who does that to you at ] See, I protect him! Grahn: The thing about Will is that he comes very eager to play. " TV Guide Magazine: @cyncobb wants to know: "Is Julian the love of Alexis's life? That's Alexis being afraid to put her heart out there. TV Guide Magazine: Did this interview just turn existential? You want my character to be in love with yours, but you don't want yours to be in love with mine. Ask any actor on a soap opera if he is truly in love and — with the exception of maybe Dominic Zamprogna — he will go, "Yes...." Now, ask any woman and she will readily and happily say, "Yes, I am in love." Men think they're more sexy when they're available and less sexy when they're in love. TV Guide Magazine: Let's start out with a question that's sure to get one of you into trouble. Couldn't you say I'm a good kisser, or something like that? By the way, I Vry: This is soap kissing we're talking about. He's very willing to go wherever the writers ask him to go. Nancy Lee Grahn: I have to show him the ins and outs at the studio. TV Guide Magazine: You know damn well what they want you to say. Anyway, who's speaking right now — Nancy or Alexis? Grahn: It depends on your Vry: That's such a cop out! A few weeks back, he was in a scene with Jordan and the Army was about to take her out. If he says yes, then she says yes, Vry: Well, I'm not going to answer that question because it wasn't posed to me. Trust me, the Julexis Army does not want to see Julian messing around. But, if Julian wasn't around, what other choice would Alexis have? Grahn: Here's a better answer: It depends on whether or not Julian thinks Alexis is the love of his life. See, here's the problem: There are so many other women Julian could have on this show. "Thanx for moaning every time Julian kisses Alexis. If asked me the question, "Who on your show is the most likely to fall on a sword for you?
Julia was a departure from the traditional "damsel in distress" or vixen roles; she was an intelligent, uncompromising woman. I grew up in a sensible Jewish community—an A student, class president, teacher’s pet, homecoming queen. when my eggs were on their last legs was genius—and lucky as hell. When she was growing up, I worked four to six hours, two to three days a week. While my job may require that I look unphased when someone comes back from the dead (more than once) or throw a drink (or 500) in someone’s face, is a single mom. Q: As a Solo Mom, how did you manage in the beginning? My parents did choreography for a community theater, and it was my Broadway. I was offered good (then great), steady money and surprisingly had great words to say. When that ended, I had some recurring roles on fantastic shows, but wanting a baby and knowing I would be the sole provider, I called . ” We kicked the family court’s ass and set precedents along the way. If I was working and had a parent-teacher conference, they’d schedule my work around it. She was a mom before I was, so she was how I imagined I’d be as a mother. When you are an actor playing the same role for 20 years, you can sound a bit like Sybil.I., Diagnosis: Murder, Perry Mason, The Incredible Hulk, Knight Rider and Babylon 5.She has also been seen in the recurring role of Denise Fielding on Melrose Place, as Connie Dahlgren on Murder One, and as Principal Russell on 7th Heaven.She was like, 'Oh my God, I'm talking to Alexis,' and I was like, 'Oh, my God, I'm talking to Sarah Colonna! "And then I ran into someone else who said, 'You know, Jimmy Pardo is a huge fan of General Hospital,' and so is Jen Cober, Jackie Kashian, Kristina...So it's a standup world, and I thought it would be fun to bring that world and mix it with soap operas.Don't be alarmed if the doctors of General Hospital suddenly disappear.Since the debut of GH Now, we imagine they're running around trying to cure side aches in people who've been laughing too much.I was eager to get going on knocking the previous lifetime’s chips off my shoulder.” Years later, one could say she’s outdone herself with thousands of fans, countless Emmy Award nominations, and two Emmy wins. “I am a fucking democrat—a surrogate for Bill Clinton, Gore, Kerry, and Obama.” writer has been lucky enough to call this powerhouse Solo Mom one of her dearest and oldest (though not in age) friends. I never felt as if I was missing something or wanting it to be different.We had our babies together, raised them together, and have enjoyed countless “Martini Sundays.” Following a 10-year elementary school estrangement, we’ve reunited as University of Southern California moms, where fate brought our two daughters back together (sisters separated at birth) in the same small and coveted music program. A: I picked two parents that, if given the choice, I would pick again—my mom, salt of the earth, a no-drama mama; and my dad, who enjoyed drama and a good joke, a good martini . Frankly, I was thrilled to not have to negotiate another relationship.