Tamara Braun Online
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Welcome to TAMARA BRAUN ONLINE a site dedicated to Emmy Award Winning actress and activist Tamara Braun. Known for her best known roles as Ava Vitali (Days of our Lives), Reese Williams (All My Children) and Carly Corinthos/Dr. Kim Nero (General Hospital). Tamara as quite a few prime time credits to her name including Bosch, CSI, Saving Grace, Supernatural, Freddie, Castle, Without a Trace, House and including the films Little Chenier, Limbo Lounge, Fallen Arches, Pretty Rosebud. Tamara is also an activist lending her name and time to many charities and causes to create change in the world. This site has a strict NO CANDIDS POLICY. To read that please click the link.

Okay, when was the last time one saw a whole day devoted to the return of a non-legacy member of a soap opera? Not! It’s not surprising that with the return of Vanessa Marcil to her much vaunted role of Brenda Barrett (remember the ‘Luminous Brenda’ comment Carly made while stuck in the quicksand?) ABC decided it was going to pre-empt ALL MY CHILDREN and ONE LIFE TO LIVE and give that airtime over to three ‘special’ episodes dedicated to three significant parts of Brenda’s life. For Brenda fans, I’m sure it was a joy to see them. For others of other legacy characters like Lucky played originally by Jonathan Jackson, I’m sure it was a major league pain in the …… Given that other shows have had original actresses/actors return to the parts they created like Andrea Evans, the original Tina Lord on OLTL, this came as a major letdown. However, the one upside to it all is that fans of some of the other characters who have either been reduced to occasional appearances like Monica (Leslie Charleson) or even those who have disappeared altogether like STEPHEN NICHOLS who played the part of the Dark Prince Stefan Cassadine or we, Tamara Braun fans, we were able to see those we loved and lost. So thanks to this, I have one episode of GH from October 2002. Tamara was beautiful as Carly and I truly loved the essence of humility and sensuality she brought to the part. I truly do miss her, though I don’t miss the crap they gave her. Thanks to our friend Hurley for the excellent screencaps and to me for the clip. [ 079 ] SCREENCAPS: 10/29/2002 – GENERAL HOSPITAL [ 001 ] MEDIA CLIP: 10/29/2002 – GENERAL HOSPITAL

I’ve been made aware of some issues regarding the comments section on the posts. Apparently, you can’t comment. Seems something is amiss, but I’m working on it. I’m not sure what happened and hopefully this won’t be a permanent thing. I’ve also been working on getting a new content management system up. Cutenews is really unreliable and it is no longer supported. As I said, I’m currently working on getting a new layout as well as trying to get the site converted to WordPress. In the meantime until I get things in order, please feel free to use the shoutmix in the sidebar to leave a comment or a fast blast. Again, so sorry for the problems but I’m getting tired of Cutenews. Stay tuned.

Season 3 of SAVING GRACE is now available on DVD. Tamara played the part of Renee Ellen, though I haven’t found anything more of her in latter episodes apart from E3X09: That Was No First Kiss and E3X09: Looks Like a Lesbian Attack To Me. I’ve seen the subsequent episodes of SAVING GRACE and found no Tamara in any of them. Sorry I have no other news on this and no screencaps. You can find SAVING GRACE at any place that sells DVDs and online. Also, no news on what Tamara’s been up to of late. All I know is that Debby O’Connor, Tamara’s fan club president, has promised to email both me and Tamara’s fan club mail list with anything new. So for now, we’re still on hold. Sorry I don’t have anything new to report. I’m also working on a new layout. I’ll keep you posted.

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