In the Soap Opera Spotlight: Scott Bryce

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Here's an inside look at Scott Bryce, star of As the World Turns...

  • He briefly attended the prestigious Juilliard school.
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  • He returned to As the Worls Turns in 1993 after running into late Head Writer Douglas Marland at the Soap Opera Digest Awards.
  • Five members of Bryce's family have appeared on the soap opera: His father, Ed, played Dr. Deming in the early '70s; his mother, Dorothy, played Blondie in 1986; his brother, Phillip, played Lucinda's pilot in the '80s; and his wife, Jodi, played Vogue editor Darla in 2004.
  • Bryce is executive producer at Palace Digital Studios in Norwalk, CT, a three-camera television studio housed in a converted vaudeville theater.

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