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If you want to know more about which actors are coming and which actors are on their way out, and which have changed their contract status, we've got you covered for all soap operas including Young and Restless. The actor previously appeared in daytime on General Hospital as D. Benjamin Lazaro, and has done stints on television series such as 10, Days and Hacienda Heights. Updated August Soaps. Back on February 15, Soaps. So, the cat is out of the bag.
The character briefly appeared on The Bold and the Beautiful in Much of his history on the series revolves around his long-running conflict with rival businessman Jack Abbott portrayed originally by Terry Lester , and since by Peter Bergman , his ruthless nature, many marriages, and the infamous triangle involving Victor and ex-wife, Ashley Abbott and wife, Nikki Newman. Christian Miller was the son of Albert and Cora Miller. He had one younger brother, Matt Miller. Albert abandoned his family and when Christian was seven his mother put him and his brother in an orphanage because she was unable to provide for him and his brother.
Braeden accumulated many TV and film credits during his first two decades in America, and guest starred in roles. His earliest credits were all under his birth name, Hans Gudegast. Oakes in "The Discotheque Affair"; season two, episode five. In , he guest-starred as Luftwaffe Major Bentz in episode 28, "Day of Reckoning", of season two of the TV series Twelve O'Clock High a series which was very loosely based on the classic war film with the same name and also appeared in an episode of the espionage drama series Blue Light. He starred in the western Rifles with Raquel Welch , Burt Reynolds and Jim Brown noted for the first big screen "interracial love scene between Welch and Brown , once again playing a villainous German military officer opposite Fernando Lamas. This was his last credit under his birth name.
He has been portrayed by Eric Braeden since Initially a guest character who was to last for eight to twelve weeks, Victor has evolved into the soap opera's leading male figure. Created by William J. Bell as a "despicable, contemptible, unfaithful wife abuser", the character was planned to be killed off and never heard of again. However, after Bell saw Braeden's performance, he decided to sign the actor onto a contract.
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