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Where Are They Now: Frank Runyeon
Topic Started: Jul 9 2007, 10:57 PM (582 Views)
Steve Frame
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http://www.ledger-enquirer.com/news/story/66016.html

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Soap opera actor to perform in play at St. Patrick

Frank Runyeon, an actor known for his work as a translator and performer of biblical texts, will be appearing in a dinner-theater production at 7 p.m. Sunday in St. Patrick Church's Fellowship Hall, 1502 Broad St., Phenix City. The production is "The Gospel of Matthew and What's Wrong with Hollywood."

Runyeon has appeared in a number of daytime television roles, including seven years at Steven Andropoulos on "As the World Turns." Runyeon also appeared on "General Hospital" and "Santa Barbara," as well as prime-time series such as "Falcon Crest" and "Melrose Place."

Tickets for Runyeon's performance are $10 for adults and $5 for children. Call the parish office 334-298-9025.
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I absolutely loved Frank on ATWT as Steve.

He and Meg Ryan were great together and had great chemistry. I have never figured out why some writer has not revisited the Steve/Betsy/Craig triangle. The rich history there would add an extra dimension to Craig's story.

I did not know that Frank was doing these Biblical plays and stuff. I wonder if he has given up regular acting now.
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Thanks for the info on Frank! I loved Steve and Betsy!
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