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Crystal to attend the 2014 Prix Italia Laboratory & Roma Web Fest Sept 22 & 23rd!

Crystal will be attending the 2014 Prix Italia Laboratory & Roma Web fest on September 22 & 23 in Italy!  The festival organizers have scheduled her to be in Turin on 9/22 and Rome on 9/23.  If you are looking for more details, contact the web fest at their websites.


More details on the events can be found here http://www.romawebfest.it/ & http://www.prixitalia.rai.it/2014/En/

 

 

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Chappell Joins B&B

Joanna Johnson, Linsey Godfrey & Crystal Chappell

Soap veteran Crystal Chappell (Olivia, GUIDING LIGHT; Carly, DAYS OF OUR LIVES; Maggie, ONE LIFE TO LIVE) is adding another role to her resume — and another gay character! EW.com broke the news that Chappell will be joining THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL cast as Danielle, the other mother of young Caroline Spencer (Linsey Godfrey), as the show launches its first-ever lesbian storyline. (Despite EW’s opening line that B&B is bringing back a popular GL character, Chappell is not playing Olivia.) Continue Reading →

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Crystal To B&B?

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Crystal Shops In NYC

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15 Most Fascinating People

Congratulations Crystal for being named as one of We Love Soaps TV’s “15 most fascinating people of 2010″!

We Love Soaps TV: We wanted to end 2010 with a special list of individuals who compelled, captivated, and fascinated us this past year. These are people who one way or another broke new ground making soap history, blazed new trails, and inspired the creative souls of their audience and their peers.

Crystal Chappell (Gina, VENICE; Executive Producer, VENICE; Carly, DAYS)
Why Is She So Fascinating? Chappell continued to break down barriers on and off screen in 2010. She retooled VENICE THE SERIES into an addictive, cohesive, character-based drama that now envelopes complex family dynamics into its narrative, and demonstrates the power of indie soaps to compete with (and improve upon) daytime staples. She consistently uplifted tepid storylines on DAYS into compelling drama with her performances. She also demonstrated dignity and poise as the last Emmy-nominated Leading Actress from GUIDING LIGHT. In addition, Chappell remained unflinching in her commitment to support and ascend her devoted gay/lesbian following and the causes she believes in including her participation in the NOH8 and It Gets Better campaigns.

Click We Love Soaps TV to see the rest of their list of 15 Most Fascinating People of 2010.

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