“But it’s a nice reprieve when you do have a break because crying all day, every day, can get quite exhausting.” Not to mention, challenging, when you have to find a new take on playing the same old, same old.
“Like at the funeral, I didn’t want to have the same kind of tantrum.
Egan guest starred as an exotic dancer on the CBS drama Criminal Minds on November 3, 2010.
It can be hard to keep track of a character's love life on a soap opera, but sometimes reality can be just as surprising!
I tried to express Chelsea’s emotions a little bit differently.
It was a choice I made as an actor since it had only been three years since he ‘died’ the first time.” While viewers are torn over whether the soap should recast the character yet again — Chris Engen was replaced by Michael Muhney, who was replaced by Justin Hartley — Egan has a definite opinion on the subject.
Except for when the back-from-the-dead character happens to be her alter ego’s kid-killing husband, and that same guy’s real-life recast happens to be one of the most talked about soap events of the year!
“They’ve been dating for over a year, and [my husband] Matt [Katrosar] and Justin and Chrishell and I double date all the time; we’re always hanging out,” she shares, adding that she’s super excited that Hartley will now be her co-star.(Ex-Jordan) is set to stir things up when her new character of Bethany Bryant arrives on the scene.According to TV Line who first broke the news, Bethany is a young woman who relishes the chance to push things to the limit and live dangerously as long as she’s not the one who gets burned.Just look at these past relationships of daytime stars like THE BOLD &...After nearly three years of shedding tears over Adam’s deaths, burials, rising from the dead and torturous funerals, Melissa Claire Egan is finally off the emotional merry-go-round. “Since it was Adam’s death, again, I did make a point to play it differently,” notes Egan.