Michael E. Knight

Michael E. Knight is a three-time Emmy-Award winner. Hereturned to All My Children in December 1992 as Tad Martin.

Prior to rejoining the cast of All My Children, Knight starred in the play Run for Your Wife on the Los Angeles stage. He also completed a lead role in the Columbia Pictures feature film, Hexed, and has guest-starred in a variety of primetime showsm including Murder, She Wrote, Dear John and Grapevine.

Knight created the role of Tad in 1983 and was honored with two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Younger Leading Actor in a Drama Series (1986 and 1987). He left the show for a short time to pursue acting projects on the West Coast, returned to All My Children in 1988 and stayed for two years.

This long-time actor earned his degree in theater arts in only three years at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. He then came to New York for more technical training at the Circle in the Square Theater, graduating in 1982.

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All My Children Quotes

Maggie Stone: I wonder if it's the number of nights that really matter. I mean, love, it's more than just the physical part. It's whether or not you connect. You can't plan who you fall in love with.
Jamie Martin: Well, how do you even know if it's real? I mean, so many people fall in love and go through the motions, but it's not even close.
Maggie Stone: Maybe some people don't even get to have it.
Jamie Martin: Or they don't recognize it when it comes along.
Maggie Stone: Or when you do finally get it so deep it's a part of you, only to have it taken away. You know, when I - when we couldn't find Bianca, I experienced an emptiness I've never felt before, I mean, like what it would be like if Bianca had never surfaced again. I had to put that out of my mind. I had to forget it.
Jamie Martin: It's complicated - love. It's so unique every time, with every person. And when the real thing comes along, I guess we just have to hope we see it.
Maggie Stone: Or hold onto it.

Braden Lavery: Let me get this straight. You want me to seduce your niece.
Palmer Cortlandt: Well, that's putting it a little indelicately. I'd much prefer "court" or "romance", but whatever.