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Confirmed: Jeff Branson to Leave All My Children

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Jeff Branson PhotoAfter months of rumors, we can now confirm that Jeff Branson (Jonathan Lavery) is All My Children. Talk of Branson's departure had been generated by the Emmy nominated actor's almost non-existent screen time in recent weeks.

"Jonathan Lavery will be written off," an All My Children spokesperson said in a statement, as reported by soapcentral.com.

Branson joined All My Children in June 2004.

Becayse Jonathan is tied on-screen to actress Leven Rambin (Lily Montgomery and Ava Benton), many fans have speculated that Rambin will also be leaving the show. This is not the case, however.

"Leven Rambin is not leaving," a show rep said.

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