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Rebecca Budig Bids 'Farewell' to All My Children: 'I Will Forever Be Grateful'

With her involvement in All My Children‘s online venture still up in the air, Rebecca Budig — who has played Pine Valley’s reformed badgirl, Greenlee Smythe du Pres Lavery, for the better part of a decade — is approaching Friday’s broadcast finale with mixed emotions.

“Some of my last scenes were…really emotional,” she tells TVLine candidly. “But then …READ MORE

Finding Primetime Jobs for Daytime Stars: The Women of All My Children

As prospective “soaps savior” Prospect Park continues to wheel and deal with the cast members and assorted unions attached to All My Children and One Life to Live, it’s possible that the online iterations of either ABC serial won’t be able to hold onto their full ensembles. Thus, TVLine is moving forward with presenting our dream primetime roles for a few fan favorites. REVIEW OUR PROPOSALS

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Rebecca Budig Opens Up About Her All My Children Future: 'In My Head, I Have Moved On'

While it’s hard to imagine daytime TV without All My Children, it’s even more difficult to picture the fictional Pine Valley without reformed badgirl Greenlee Smythe and the talented scene-stealing actress who plays her, Rebecca Budig. But with the future of the long-running ABC soap arguably still up in the air, it may be time to bid the two adieu when the broadcast finale airs on Sept. 23. READ MORE

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All My Children Exclusive: Rebecca Budig Previews 'Overwhelming' Greenlee/Leo Reunion

Josh Duhamel — in all of his Transformers-physiqued glory — returns to ABC’s All My Children this Thursday, nearly a decade after his Leo DuPres suffered a serious case of Presumed-Deadness. And while we’re happy to see that one half of our favorite Pine Valley couple is alive and kicking, it’s really the other party we’re more interested in. After all, what does Leo’s encore mean for soulmate Greenlee, who’s now happily married?

TVLine spoke exclusively about the big to-do with Rebecca Budig …READ MORE