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Summary: For nearly forty years, America has been entertained by the trials and tribulations of Pine Valley, Pennsylvania. On 5 January 1970, ABC premiered one of their most famous soap operas, "All My Children." The show is famous for dealing with many socially relevant issues reflective of the times. Such issues include abortion, drug use, the Vietnam War, homosexuality, and rape. But it has always done it in a classy and intelligent way, which is why the show has lasted so long and remained so popular. Through good times (Susan Lucci finally receiving a Daytime Emmy) and bad times (including the losses of Ruth Warrick, Louis Edmonds and Frances Heflin), the show has always stuck through.
Network: ABC , Hulu
Genre(s): Drama, Soap
Seasons: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44
Cast Credit
Cady McClain Dixie Cooney Martin (#2) (1989-1996; 1998-2002; 2005-2007)
Mark Consuelos Mateo Santos Sr. (1995-2002)
Cameron Mathison Ryan Lavery (1998-2002; 2003-)
Marcy Walker Liza Colby (#1) (1981-1984; 1995-2004)
Vincent Irizarry David Hayward (1997-1998; 1998-2006)
David Canary Adam Chandler Sr. (1983-) / Stuart Chandler (1984-)
Esta TerBlanche Gillian Andrassy Lavery (1997-2001)
Eileen Herlie Myrtle Lum Fargate (1976-)
Rebecca Budig Greenlee Smythe (#1) (1999-2005)
Forbes March Scott Chandler (#4) (1999-2000)
John Callahan Edmund (Gresham) Grey (1992-2005)
Susan Lucci Erica Kane
Kelly Ripa Hayley Vaughan Santos (1990-2002)
Ruth Warrick Phoebe English Wallingford (1970-2005)
Marj Dusay Vanessa Bennett Cortlandt (1999-2002)
Ray MacDonnell Joe Martin Sr.
Mathew St. Patrick Adrian Sword (1998-2000)
Jill Larson Opal (#2) (1989-2006)
Jennifer Bassey Marian Colby Chandler (1998-2003)
Robin Mattson Janet Marlowe Dillon (#2) (1994-2000)
Julia Barr Brooke English (#2) (1976-1981; 1982-2006)
Michael Lowry Jake Martin Jr. (#4) (1996-2000)
Michael E. Knight Tad Martin (#3) (1982-1986; 1988-1990; 1992-) / Ted Orsini (1993-1994)
Walt Willey Jackson Montgomery (1987-)
James Kiberd Trevor Dillon (#2) (1989-2000)