Who could fill the gap left by Y&R’s Eric Braeden’s… departing Victor Newman? According to a feature out in The Wrap today, names such as Paul Michael Glaser (Starsky & Hutch), Peter Strauss (Rich Man, Poor Man) and William Devane (Knots Landing) have been bantered about the SONY studio and Y&R, but nothing official has come of it. In the piece, it is mentioned that Braeden’s salary had been a 1.5 million and details some interesting tidbits of the behind the scenes negotiations. This is a true soap cliffhanger folks. Stay tuned.
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0 October 21st, 2009 Will some of primetime’s most popular veteran male leads come to Y&R?
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