William deVry: The Imperfect Storm

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William deVry appeared on nine episodes of All My Children in 2003-2004.

But the actor is best known now for his role as Stephen "Storm" Logan on The Bold and the Beautiful. He recently chatted with Soap Opera Weekly about recent developments for his character:

Soap Opera Weekly: Were you surprised that Storm was revealed as Stephanie's shooter?
William deVry: Not really. My first inkling was way, way in advance before the story started to develop [on air]. As it developed I became sure it was headed in that direction.

Weekly: What was the cast reaction?
deVry: I think it was just "another day at the office." Everybody was wondering who it was. We were all running around asking each other. But once we all found out nobody came up to me and said, "I can't believe you did it!" (laughs). But I'm proud of the fact that we were all able to keep the secret amongst ourselves. I don't believe it ever got out anywhere, which is great.

Weekly: Do you think we will see a different Storm?
deVry: I think so. I think you'll see a little more relaxed, somewhat subdued Storm. More humble. But anybody who has that history can always fall off the truck again, so to speak.

Weekly: And where does this leave his sisters?
deVry: I think the Logan family itself is a stronger unit. This certainly opens up the possibility for a whole family reunion, with the mother and father, but I don't think the situation is completely settled. I think you'll see there's more to play out.

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