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Anne Marie Howard interview; Kim Brady #2 - new interview with WLS
Topic Started: May 23 2014, 12:31 AM (822 Views)
CarlD2


She talks about taking over as Kim and working with Charles Shaughnessy, along with discussion of her time at AW and in commercials and film.

http://www.welovesoaps.net/2014/05/catching-up-with-anne-marie-howard-ex.html
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presley23
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Thanks for posting, this was a great interview. And Anne looks amazing!
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Renee Dimera
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Thanks for posting. Love her so much! She was just terrific as Nicole on AW, and I'd love to see her back on Days, though not as Kim. Maybe Sandy Horton could come back from that medical convention she went to in 1984. :)
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Marlene


Wow that brought back a lot of memories. Thanks so posting.
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Keith
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Interesting that she kind of got the same treatment as Guy Wilson as far as quick to love scene.
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