Show Producer & Performer
Vincent Irizarry is an Emmy Award winning actor who has performed in television, film and theater for over 30 years, starring in such telefilms and mini-series as Lying Eyes, Firefighter and Jackie Collins’ Lucky Chances, numerous guest-starring roles in TV episodics, as well as in several Daytime Dramas, most notably All My Children and Guiding Light. Vincent has been seen in such musical productions Off-Broadway as in Lennon, where he played the role of Paul McCartney, and at the famed New York Public Theater in the production of The Death of Von Richtohoven, written and directed by the highly esteemed Des McAnuff, who went on to co-create and direct such Broadway hits as The Who’s Tommy and Jersey Boys, as Artistic Director of La Jolla Playhouse. Vincent has also sung in concert, performing the hits of Cole Porter and Gershwin with the Orchestra de Lyon, in Lyon, France, as well as in several cabaret shows throughout NYC.
Performer / Actor
Emmy-nominated actress Bobbie Eakes is perhaps best known for her long-running role as Macy Alexander on The Bold & The Beautiful. After being crowned Miss Georgia in 1982, Bobbie moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career, beginning with guest roles on shows such as Falcon Crest, Matlock, Jake and the Fatman, Cheers, The Wonder Years, and 21 Jump Street. Also an accomplished musician, Bobbie recorded two “Bold and Beautiful Duets” albums which were certified as double-platinum in Europe. During her two-year hiatus from B&B, Bobbie filmed two movies, Choosing Mathias and Charlie’s War. Bobbie joined the cast of All My Children as Krystal Carey in 2003, which earned her Emmy nominations for Outstanding Lead Actress in 2006 and 2010. In addition to performing at the Grand Ole Opry, Bobbie released two solo albums, “Bobbie Eakes: More Than Words” in 1999, and “Something Beautiful” in 2005, which debuted at Number 21 on the Billboard Smooth Jazz chart.
Performer / Actor
During his senior year at Southern Illinois University, Walt Willey focused on his passion for acting, and he toured with an improvisational comedy group before moving to New York. His first professional acting assignment was as an extra on All My Children. He went on to play roles on both Another World and Ryan’s Hope, before returning to All My Children in 1987 for the contract role of Jackson Montgomery. Walt also appeared in many regional theater and off-Broadway productions. Walt branched out into stand-up comedy in 1989, headlining at famous comedy clubs such as Caroline’s in New York, Zanie’s in Chicago, and the Comedy Store in California. He continues to tour nationally, and was recently inducted into the prestigious Friars Club fraternity in January 2001, joining the ranks of entertainers such as Milton Berle, Sid Ceasar, and Billy Crystal.
Performer / Actor
Emmy-award winning actor Jacob Young is most recognized as both JR Chandler on All My Children and Rick Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful. He was also the second actor to portray Lucky Spencer on General Hospital and won an Emmy award in 2001 for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Daytime Series for that role. In September 2001, Artemis Records released his self-titled CD. Jacob appeared in the television movie, The Beach Boys: An American Family, which aired in 2000. In 2004, Jacob was featured in a guest role for the television comedy Hope and Faith, and made his film debut in The Girl Next Door, appearing alongside Elisha Cuthbert. Outside of his acting career, Jacob is also an accomplished musician and singer. Jacob starred in the role of Lumiere in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast on Broadway, between May and August 2006.