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11 November 2nd, 2010 AMC’s Vincent Irizarry confirms seperation from wife, Avalon!

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All My Children’s dastardly ex-David Hayward, Vincent Irizarry has confirmed to ABC Soaps In Depth, rumors that had been circulating for several months about the status of his real-life marriage.  The Daytime Emmy winner confirmed that he and his wife, Avalon have indeed separated .  “Avalon and I have been separated for the better part of this year and are in the process of going through a divorce. Our separation has been amicable as we continue to be friends. Our greatest priority will never cease to be the well-being of our two amazing children whom we love beyond words as parents.”

And while we know divorce proceeding are always tough on a family, our thoughts are with Irizarry.  Our soap hope is that his beloved character – the doc you love to hate – may be somehow in the not to distance horizon- set to re-enter the Pine Valley canvas.   Even though Irizarry was killed off…doesn’t it seem like David would have nine lives?  Do you think Irizarry is really gone from AMC, or do you think there is a larger plan at play in the works from the powers-that-be in Pine Valley?  Let us know.

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  1. Bobbi says:

    He can’t be dead! We need our Emmy winning Dr. Dave back!

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  2. kirkcameron says:

    It is a shame to watch this man who claims to be strong devoted Christian and Father continue to have affairs and leave the mothers of his numerous children. I hope other Christian actors will stand up and hold this man accountable for his actions.

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    peege replied

    what is it they say? “Let he is without sin…” ?

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    Susan Montgomery replied

    How do you know that he had an affair?

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    Mona Prager replied

    What and who are you talking about?

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    Sandy Strider replied

    In answer to Kirkcameron’s message, it is sad, Kirk, that Vincent is going through another divorce. However, getting a divorce has nothing to do with his Christianity. My Bible says: If you accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, you will be saved.

    I don’t think we should judge people who are not doing what we think they should be doing. That’s up to the Lord. I was Vincent’s web manager for nearly 10 years. I’ve gotten to know him through the years and know he is a fine and caring person. Do you know him? I can tell you that I KNOW the Lord loves him and will be with him through eternity.

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  3. TrixieBelaire says:

    11-22-10 I KNEW David Hayward would never kill himself. David has too much of a God complex to ever commit suicide. He would much rather be the puppet master and control everyone around him and those he cannot control, make them pay. I LOVE the character David Hayward and I LOVE the actor Vincent Irizarry who plays him. Today AMC moved back to my number one slot of things I MUST watch on tv. He was my favorite character and I found myself barely watching after he left in September. I watched today to see the scenes about Zack to see if he is really dead (I don’t think he is) and I am so glad I did because the last scene caught me by surprise. A very good one. One that AMC did an EXCELLENT job of keeping secret. I like those kinds of surprises. :-)

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  4. Janet says:

    Irizzary is a good actor, but I’m very tired of David Hayward. I’ve watched AMC from its beginning. I’ve seen villains come and go. There are no scenarios that I haven’t seen or for which I can’t figure out the outcomes. A villain is one thing, but his character is no longer entertaining. He has become too predictable and therefore boring. It’s very sad to see Thorsten Kaye’s character gone and David Hayward’s resurrected. Please, someone pull the plug on Hayward’s ventilator.

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  5. Mona Prager says:

    How can All My Children have a finale when it’s being transitioned over to the WEB? Is it or is it not continuing? This is absolutely frustrating to hear conflicting stories! This very unnerving situation is a soap opera story itself with all it’s twists and turns! Someone with the inside scoop, please have the decency to tell the fans the truth of what is to become of All My Children!

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  6. theresa krupa says:

    my comment is don’t give up your YOUR MARRAGE WITH AVALON BECOUSE I WANT TO MEET HER IN PERSON I KNOW YOU HAVE KIDS I UNSTAND BUT YOU HAVE FRIENDS LIKE ME TO BELIVE IN YOU DO THE RIGHT THING BY TELLING THE TRUTH I LOVE THE NEW DAVID HE SO GOOD LOOK MAN I WANT TO MEET KEEP YOUR HEAD UP

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  7. Jacqueline says:

    I have never believed in rumors and never will when it comes to people in the media as well as close friends. Call me crazy but I believe that a open mind is something you must have to be a real Christian. I was raised in a Catholic family yet saw so many people Christian or otherwise that closed their minds and hearts. Turning 50 in December of 2012, being divorced, watching my mother pass away, and living on my own has made me learn to be more outspoken And if by some miracle, I would meet a celebrity (including Vincent Izzarry) my first impression would not be influenced by what I read. We all have minds of our own, use your own instead of someone elses.

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