Tom pelphrey stephanie gatschet dating

22-Oct-2016 20:21

Watch Tom Pelhrey discuss his work on the famous soap opera Guilding Light and talk about his character living on in novels.

in the last decade with his charismatic portrayal of the troubled Jonathan Randall, the abandoned son of GL heroine Reva Shayne and Prince Richard Winslow of the fictional island of San Cristobel.

He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Younger Actor" in 2005, and won the award the following year in April 2006.

He received a third consecutive nomination in the same category in 2007 but lost out to Bryton Mc Clure.

New Jersey native Tom Pelphrey studied conservatory theater at Rutgers University after catching the drama bug in high-school productions, and drew the attention of a CBS executive via participation in a Rutgers collegiate drama revue.

In November, Gatschet was offered a contract and Tammy was moved to the front burner.

For her work on the CBS soap, Gatschet was twice honored by her co-workers with pre-nominations for the Daytime Emmys in the Outstanding Younger Actress category.

Pelphrey, meanwhile, has been known to want out of the show since earlier this year.

He graduated from Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2004.

He was nominated several times for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor, and won twice, in 20.

In November, Gatschet was offered a contract and Tammy was moved to the front burner.For her work on the CBS soap, Gatschet was twice honored by her co-workers with pre-nominations for the Daytime Emmys in the Outstanding Younger Actress category.Pelphrey, meanwhile, has been known to want out of the show since earlier this year.He graduated from Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2004.He was nominated several times for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor, and won twice, in 20.Just as Guiding Light's declining ratings seemed to have leveled off comes news that the show will soon lose two of its most popular young performers.