Lucky Spencer and Elizabeth Webber
Lucas Lorenzo "Lucky" Spencer Jr. and Elizabeth Imogene Webber are fictional characters and a supercouple from the ABC Daytime soap opera, General Hospital. Lucky Spencer is the son legendary supercouple and Laura, played by Anthony Geary and Genie Francis. Elizabeth Webber is the granddaughter of original General Hospital character, Steve Hardy, long-time character Audrey March Hardy. Lucky was originated by Jonathan Jackson in 1993, who continued to play the role when Rebecca Herbst originated Elizabeth in 1997. Jackson left the series in 1999, Lucky was played by Jacob Young and Greg Vaughan, let go in 2009 to allow Jackson to reprise the role. Jackson left the series in December 2011 and the role was not recast. Herbst portrayed the couple with each actor, has been the only contract actress to play Elizabeth; the couple first rose to popularity in early 1998 when Lucky helps Elizabeth recover after she has been raped. The teenagers take part in a slow and innocent romance, interrupted in 1999 when Lucky is presumed dead in a fire.
He returns brainwashed in 2000 resulting in their break-up in 2002. The couple reunites and marries in 2005, facing financial struggles, Lucky becomes a father figure to Elizabeth's son Cameron. Lucky's prescription drug addiction in 2006 leads to infidelity, they divorce twice in 2007 after Lucky learns he is not the biological father of Elizabeth's son Jake, they get engaged again in 2009, but split up when Lucky learns of Elizabeth's affair with his brother Nikolas Cassadine. They remain connected through the death of their son Jake, learning that Lucky is the father of Elizabeth's son Aiden. Elizabeth helps Lucky through his drug relapse in 2011, but he refuses to reconcile and leaves for Ireland. Lucky and Elizabeth were first called a supercouple as teenagers referred to by the portmanteau "L&L" or "L&L2" on internet message boards due to their similarities to Lucky's parents Luke and Laura. Viewers praised the recovery of Elizabeth's rape as helping other victims to heal, the couple's innocent relationship aimed to show the option of sexual abstinence to younger viewers.
The chemistry between Jackson and Herbst is cited as part of their success. Both won Soap Opera Digest Awards during their popular 1999 storyline. In 2008, Lucky and Elizabeth were named No. 9 of ABC Daytime's Top 100 Greatest Couples by Soaps In Depth. The role of Lucky Spencer was originated on October 29, 1993 by Jonathan Jackson, Rebecca Herbst originated the role of Elizabeth Webber on August 1, 1997. During 1998 and 1999, rumors circulated various times concerning Jackson's departure, either to attend college or pursue more film roles. Jackson extended his contract in early 1999, stating to Soap Opera Digest: "Seeing how much the fans are enjoying, I wanted to do a little more with it before I left." Jackson exited the series shortly thereafter and last appeared on May 24, 1999, at the height of the duo's popularity as a young supercouple. Surrounding Jackson's exit, rumors circulated about Herbst's departure. In early 2000, Jackson stated he would like to reprise the role but his schedule would not permit it.
He suggested a short-term return that would coincide with Herbst's departure should she not renew her contract, allowing for periodic returns from the couple on. Although Herbst expressed interest, the show wanted to keep the characters on canvas. Herbst resigned in July for three years. Fans were weary of a new actor playing Lucky; that magic is hard to duplicate in a recast."The role of Lucky was recast with Jacob Young on February 25, 2000 a year after Jackson's last appearance, speculated to be an attempt to ease the transition between characters due to Jackson's popularity. In November 2000, Young and Herbst guest starred on the FOX network sketch comedy series MADtv, making small cameos as Lucky and Elizabeth. Young did not renew his contract, left the series on February 10, 2003. Greg Vaughan stepped into the role on February 20, 2003. In September 2009, ABC announced that Vaughan had decided to leave to explore other opportunities, that Jackson would be reprising the role. However, Vaughan announced via Twitter.
Vaughan last aired on October 20, 2009, while Jackson first aired on October 27, 2009. On January 18, 2011, it was announced that Herbst had been let go from General Hospital and ABC stated her exit would be storyline dictated. Jackson was one of many costars to speak out, she is irreplaceable. I'm confident the future has brilliant things in store for her! Right now, I'm just speechless and disappointed." After much fan protest, a month ABC released another statement saying that Herbst would retain her role on the show. In November 2011, it was announced that Jackson would vacate the role of Lucky due the heavy amount of work he was receiving. TV Guide reported that on top of lighter scheduling requests, Jackson had attempted to negotiate with the network to be repaired with on-screen love interest Herbst, but was denied. Jackson confirmed the character would not die or be recast, last appeared the week of December 19, 2011. Lucky and Elizabeth meet for the first time in August 1997. Liz has a huge crush on Lucky.
In February 1998, Elizabeth believes they have a date for the Valentine's Day dance, but decides not to go when she fi
Steve Hardy is a fictional character from the ABC soap opera General Hospital. Former Major League Baseball infielder John Beradino originated the role of Steve Hardy on the show's April 1, 1963, portraying the character for 33 years until taken ill and last appearing on April 23, 1996. A leading presence on the series in over 4,300 episodes, Beradino received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1993, the same year GH celebrated its 30th anniversary. Jason Thompson portrayed the character in a flashback episode for the show's 52nd anniversary. Dr. Steven Hardy works on the seventh floor of General Hospital, he is so devoted to his work that his fiancée, Peggy Mercer, leaves him because she knows his job will always come before her. Steve's first patient is Angie Costello, in a severe car accident with her boyfriend Eddie Weeks. After the surgery, Angie's face is wrapped in bandages, Steve and Nurse Jessie Brewer have to talk her out of suicide. In February 1964, a young flight attendant named Audrey March comes to visit her sister Lucille and takes a job as a private nurse.
Audrey and Steve fall in love and plan to marry, but Audrey realizes Steve loves his job more than her. She accepts the marriage proposal from her patient Randy. Before they marry, Audrey is diagnosed with lymphoma and Steve stays by her side through her radiation therapy, they reconcile and marry in February 1965. Audrey, thinking Steve is sterile and wanting children, secretly undergoes artificial insemination and becomes pregnant. Audrey tells Steve during a car ride, they get in an accident that causes her miscarriage. Audrey leaves town to aid orphans in Vietnam. In 1969, Audrey returns and marries Dr. Tom Baldwin, who rapes her when she refuses to consummate their marriage, she leaves Tom and tells everyone the baby is stillborn, while having him live with his nanny Peggy Nelson. She marries Dr. Jim Hobart after he performs open heart surgery on her child. Dr. Hardy makes a crossover appearance on sister soap opera One Life to Live in fictional Llanview with Dr. Jim Craig on episodes aired from March 18 through March 21, 1970.
In 1976, Terri Webber Arnett comes to town with her younger brothers and Jeff, after their parents and Helene, were killed in an accident. Many years ago, Steve had had a relationship with Helene; when Jeff shoots himself and is in jeopardy of dying, Terri tells Steve about a letter Helene had told her about on her deathbed. The letter reveals. Meanwhile, Audrey's marriage to Jim falls apart and Audrey takes an overdose of pills. Steve finds her and rushes her to General Hospital, where she survives and confesses her undying love for Steve, they reconcile, Audrey helps Steve when he is temporarily paralyzed. They remarry and Steve adopts Audrey's son, Tom; when Lassa fever hits and Steve falls ill, Audrey tells Jeff. Jeff is hurt but Steve and Jeff bond. Steve and Audrey meet their first grandchild when Jeff is reunited with Steven Lars Webber, three years after his wife Heather Grant Webber had sold him to Diana Taylor. In the late 1980s, Audrey and Steve's son Tom becomes a doctor at General Hospital.
In 1993, Audrey surprises Steve with an anniversary party to honor his thirty years at General Hospital. Steve pledges that he will perform hospital administration work less. Audrey is attacked by a psychotic Ryan Chamberlain and Steve has to perform surgery on her. Steve votes for Kevin Collins for Chief of Psychiatry, Tom joins the staff under Kevin. In 1996, Steve dies of a heart attack while trying to keep General Hospital out of considerable financial debt; the entire community mourns Steve's death. In tribute to Beradino, General Hospital left his image, paired with that of Rachel Ames, in its opening sequence for 18 months after his death. Though that image was removed in early 1998, a clip of Beradino's Steve Hardy in the hospital remained in the sequence until that sequence's 2004 retirement. Beradino received three Daytime Emmy Award nominations for Best Actor in a Daytime Drama. Profile at soapcentral.com
The Secret Life of Damian Spinelli
The Secret Life of Damian Spinelli is a 2011 novel written by Carolyn Hennesy. The novel is a tie-in to the television soap-opera General Hospital, as the writing and publication was featured in the series; the writing of The Secret Life of Damian Spinelli was a storyline on General Hospital, during late 2010 and early 2011. The story featured Damian Spinelli, enlisting Diane Miller to help him write a novel based on his private investigator persona. In January 2011, it was announced; the book was written by Carolyn Hennesy, known for her Pandora book series, portrays Diane Miller on General Hospital. The book was released on April 2011 which coincided with the series' 48th anniversary. Hennesy said of the book's connection to film noir, "It's not just a nod: it's a whole interpretive dance; when I was approached to write the book from Damian Spinelli's point of view, I was able to incorporate my intense love of film noir and noir fiction. Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler, Orson Welles -- you name it!
That combines so well with Spinellis' alter ego, right out of "The Third Man" and "Key Largo". That was just a fortuitous blessing."Hennesy spoke about being approached to write the novel during an interview with Xfinity, "About a year and a half ago Jill Farren Phelps approached me and said that all the higher up at ABC and the publishing house and Disney and because of the Pandora series they knew that I was a published author. So they’re the ones who approached me, would I like to write a fictionalized account of all the characters in Port Charles from Spinelli’s point of view. I don’t think I have the imagination to pitch the idea to them, they came to me and it took off from there."Hennesy has talked about what it was like to write the novel,"At one point I stopped and said,'I didn't write that.' In the book, I wrote'cheesy grits. Believe me, there's a difference. I've eaten my way through Georgia on book tours here, so yes, it was important to get that correct. We write. Thank you, Atlanta!
Because I am a published author, it was a tiny stroke of genius to have the actress playing the character write the book too. For months, I walked up to my'General Hospital' co-workers in the make up room and whispered,'You know, I'm writing a chapter about you in the book.' I walked up to Jane Elliot and said,'Would you mind acting out a scene for me as Tracy in an opium den?' She loved it!"" The Secret Life of Damian Spinelli follows the adventures of private investigator, Damian Spinelli, as he attempts to solves several cases around Port Charles. One year ago, the following manuscript appeared at our offices in a manila envelope bearing no return address. A note inside read "No one fires me and gets away with it. From the files of Ms. High-and Mighty Diane Miller. Publish it...and blow the lid off Port Charles." The Secret Life of Damian Spinelli received mixed reviews from critics. A more positive review noted that, "Each tale is filled with amusing language and over the top scenarios fans of GH can picture Spinelli getting into but with a Sam Spade-like flair.
The novel achieved New York Times Best Seller status
Port Charles is an American television soap opera that aired on ABC from June 1, 1997 to October 3, 2003. It was a spin-off of the serial General Hospital, running since 1963 and takes place in the fictional city of Port Charles, New York; the new show features longtime General Hospital characters Lucy Coe, Kevin Collins, Scott Baldwin, Karen Wexler, along with several new characters, most of whom were interns in a competitive medical school program. In its years, the program shifted more towards supernatural themes and stories, with a reduced emphasis on the original hospital setting. Plans to spin off General Hospital were announced in December, 1996. ABC had passed on the idea of a GH spin off proposed by former head writer, Claire Labine. Tentatively titled GH2, the series was set to revolve around interns at the medical school across from General Hospital. Wendy Riche, executive producer of General Hospital, was hired to fill the same role for the new series. Riche said of the new show, "This will be a multigenerational show, the kind of drama we've always done at GH".
It was announced that the series would be titled Port Charles, after the fictional city the series are set, would star Jon Lindstrom and Lynn Herring, playing their roles from GH. The series premiered with a two-hour prime time special, that aired on June 1, 1997, it started in its regular timeslot the following day. The series featured the return of General Hospital characters Scott Baldwin, Karen Wexler. After the series premiered, it was unclear if Lindstrom and Shriner would remain with the series, it was confirmed the actors would stay on the show. Riche recalled the creation process by saying, "We knew that The City was not going to last. I was having lunch with Pat at some event. We were talking about The City. I said,'If I were a programmer, I would start the ABC lineup with a half hour of the west wing of General Hospital with the interns in a learning hospital, cap the day off with General Hospital. I would interface the characters in Port Charles with both wings of General Hospital.' Pat thought, a great idea.
She thought about it for a few hours, ran it by upper management, told me to write it up. I sat down, wrote down some characters and storylines, sent her back some pages, created the show; that was a natural bridge as a programmer. I had worked as a programmer at ABC and FOX so my head thinks in those terms. We wanted to bring continuity to the show, Lucy and Scotty."In the first episode, tenured nurse Audrey Hardy was injured and an intern had to operate on her with a power drill to save her life. Despite low ratings, Port Charles celebrated its first anniversary on June 1, 1998, as the series continued to establish its own audience and improve in its time slot. In its first few years, Port Charles developed a reputation for focusing most of its energies on the medical school program, setting more of its main action at Port Charles' General Hospital than was seen on the parent show, General Hospital; as it evolved, it turned its focus to stories with gothic intrigue that included themes such as forbidden love and life after death.
In December 1999, Julie Hanan Carruthers was promoted to executive producer after Wendy Riche wanted to step down to focus on General Hospital. Carruthers was the senior supervising producer of Port Charles, while serving the same role on General Hospital at the inception of Port Charles. In December 2000, it was announced that Port Charles would abandon the traditional open-ended style of storytelling, in favor of 13-week story arcs, similar to Latin telenovelas; each arc is referred to as a "book", has its own plot line. The approach was designed to attract more younger viewers, with shorter format being easier for many viewers to keep up with. ABC's head of daytime, Angela Shapiro said of format change, "It's not about the destination, it's about the journey, still, we need to come up with stories that have a beginning and end." The new production model allowed the cast and writing staff to only work six months out of the year. In June 2003, Port Charles was cancelled by ABC after six years due to low ratings.
The final episode aired on October 3, 2003. Brian Frons said of the decision to cancel the young series, "This was an difficult decision, we were pleased with the creative execution of the show, but the 30 minute format in this time period posed significant financial challenges, which led to this decision." Since the program taped for only six months out of the year, the remaining episodes were aired with the cast not allowed to return to tape resolutions to storylines. This left the final episode as a cliffhanger. ABC returned the 12:30 P. M. time slot to its affiliates after Port Charles ended its run. After Port Charles, the characters of Scott Baldwin and Audrey Hardy returned to General Hospital, many of the other actors from Port Charles moved on to play roles on other dramas, including a few who took on new roles on General Hospital, such as actors Kelly Monaco, Kiko Ellsworth, Eddie Matos, Kent King, Jay Pickett; the cancellation of Port Charles, along with ABC's relinquishing of what was a death slot at the time of the s
Aneta Louise Corsaut was an American actress and writer. She is best known for playing Helen Crump on The Andy Griffith Show. Born in Hutchinson, Corsaut was the daughter of Jesse Harrison and Opal J. Corsaut, she studied acting with Lee Strasberg. During her junior year, Corsaut dropped out to pursue a career in acting, although during the run of The Andy Griffith Show, Corsaut took courses at UCLA with plans to earn her degree, she began her acting career in New York City in the mid-1950s. In 1958, Corsaut and Steve McQueen made their film debuts in the independent cult horror film, The Blob. Corsaut first appeared on the long-running Griffith show in 1963 as schoolteacher Helen Crump, who became the Mayberry sheriff's wife on the first episode of the spinoff Mayberry R. F. D.. Corsaut had a continuing role as policeman Bumper Morgan's pawn-shop-owner friend on the series The Blue Knight and as Irma Howell in the short-lived series Mrs. G. Goes to College. In the TV series Adam-12, Corsaut portrayed Judy.
She had a supporting role as Head Nurse Bradley in the 1980s sitcom House Calls, appeared in several episodes of Matlock with star Andy Griffith. In addition, Corsaut played the role of nurse Jesse Brewer in 1977 on the long-running ABC soap opera General Hospital when long-time portrayer Emily McLaughlin was too ill to work, she returned to the role of Helen Crump in the reunion shows Return to Mayberry in 1986 and The Andy Griffith Show Reunion in 1993. Corsaut was cast as Kathy McLennan, the young widow of a rancher, in the 1965 episode, "Paid in Full", on the syndicated anthology series, Death Valley Days, hosted by Ronald Reagan. In the story line, Keith Andes portrayed Rob Hunter, a former Confederate colonel who visits McLennan, the widow of a soldier, killed while serving under Hunter in the American Civil War, he discovers that McLennan and her neighboring ranchers have been defrauded by John Chisum, who issued unclaimable IOUs when he purchased their stock. Hunter works to recover the money owed to the ranchers.
As a writer, she coauthored The Mystery Reader's Quiz Book. Corsaut never had any children, she was of the Catholic faith. On November 6, 1995, Corsaut died of cancer in Studio City, Los Angeles, just three days after her 62nd birthday, she was interred at Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles. Aneta Corsaut and Andy Griffith had an affair while working together on The Andy Griffith Show, according to the book Andy & Don: The Making of a Friendship and a Classic American TV Show. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2015. ISBN 1476747733, written by Daniel de Visé. Aneta Corsaut on IMDb Aneta Corsaut at Find a Grave
Audrey Hardy is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. She has been portrayed by Rachel Ames on a contract basis from 1964 to 2002, on a recurring basis from 2002 to 2007, making guest appearances in 2009, 2013, 2015. Rachel Ames originated the role of Audrey in 1964 in what was a thirteen-week stint with an option for an additional thirteen weeks; the character's popularity prompted the series to keep the character on canvas. Ames took an extended leave in 1970. Maura McGiveney played Audrey temporarily. Ames crossed over to General Hospital's spinoff series Port Charles as Audrey in 1997. In 2002, Ames was dropped to recurring status, retired from the series in October 2007. Ames reprised the role for a couple of episodes in October 2009 and reprised the role once again in April 2013 for the series' 50th anniversary. Ames once again reprised her role as Audrey on October 30, 2015. Audrey March arrives at General Hospital in 1964 to visit Lucille March, she is a registered nurse.
After noticing Dr. Steve Hardy, the Chief of Internal Medicine at General Hospital, Audrey stays in town and becomes a private nurse. Steve and Audrey get engaged, but Audrey breaks it off, she accepts a proposal from one of Randy Washborn. Audrey is diagnosed with lymphoma, when Randy deserts her she gets back together with Steve, they marry in 1965. Audrey works on a book with Dr. Phil Brewer, but the experience ends badly when Phil tries to seduce her. Audrey becomes concerned when she does not conceive, believing Steve is sterile, Audrey has herself artificially inseminated without Steve's knowledge and becomes pregnant. Audrey is in miscarries, she goes to Vietnam to help war orphans. When Audrey returns from Vietnam, she continues to push Steve away and after their divorce is final, she marries Tom Baldwin in an effort to prove that she is over Steve. Audrey cannot bring herself to sleep with Tom, he ends up raping her. After becoming pregnant with Tom's child, Audrey files for divorce and leaves town, determined to protect her unborn child from her violent husband.
She returns in 1971, tells Lucille her son had died at birth. Audrey reconnects with Steve, it is revealed she is lying about her son, whom she is in hiding. She plans to remarry Steve, convince him to adopt a baby which would be her son. However, Mrs. Peggy Nelson, the woman taking care of the baby, realizes the plan and blackmails Audrey. Peggy Nelson is murdered and Audrey is accused of the crime. Thanks to Steve, Audrey is acquitted. Tom reclaims baby Steve, renamed Tommy, forcing Audrey to resume their marriage. Tom kidnaps baby flees to Mexico. Tom is presumed dead and Tommy is returned to Audrey. During the kidnapping ordeal, Tommy had become ill with a heart ailment. Jim Hobart performs Tommy recovers. Audrey feels gratitude towards Jim and marries him after he injuries his hands and fears he cannot operate again. Audrey faces heartache as she still loves Jim turns to alcohol to deal with his injury. In 1976, Jim leaves Audrey for a younger woman. Audrey attempts Steve saves her. Steve proposes to Audrey and she accepts.
Steve falls down a flight of stairs and Audrey helps him recuperate. They remarry, Tom Baldwin returns alive, invalidating their marriage. Tom tries to reclaim Audrey and his son, but gives up and leaves town. Steve and Audrey marry again in 1977 and Steve adopts Tommy, renamed Tom Hardy Meanwhile, Audrey had become head of student nurses at General Hospital, as a result becomes a mentor to nurses such as Bobbie Spencer. Steve and Audrey become involved in various dramas involving the children of Steve's old friend Lars Webber, Terri and Jeff. Jeff ends up shooting himself, when he is in the hospital, Terri tells Steve about a letter her mother, had told her about on her deathbed. Steve finds the letter and learns Jeff is his biological son. Steve tells Audrey and they agree to keep the truth a secret. In the winter of 1979, Port Charles is hit by an epidemic of Lassa Fever. General Hospital is placed under quarantine, when Steve begins to fall victim to the disease, Audrey tells Jeff the truth.
Steve recovers and both Rick and Jeff are angry at Steve and Audrey. It takes months for everyone to reconcile. Steve and Audrey are happy to learn. Jeff soon leaves town with his son to make a fresh start; some years Tom leaves to attend college and returns in 1987. When Tom marries an African-American doctor, Simone Ravelle, Audrey fears her son's interracial marriage would not be accepted. In time and Simone grow close. Simone confides in Audrey when she gets pregnant during an affair with Harrison and does not know who the father is. However, Audrey is relieved. In 1993, Audrey organizes a surprise party for Steve's 30th anniversary at General Hospital. Audrey is attacked by psychopath Ryan Chamberlain. Audrey recovers and testifies against Ryan at his trial, causing him to be committed to a mental institution; when Tom and Simone divorce in 1995, Audrey disapproves of Simone's relationship with Justus Ward. The following year, Audrey is devastated. Audrey is comforted by Gail Baldwin, Monica Quartermaine, and
The Young Marrieds
The Young Marrieds is an American daytime soap opera which aired on ABC from October 5, 1964 to March 25, 1966. The program was written by Elward with Frances Rickett. Authors John Pascal and Francine Pascal wrote for the series, it was produced in Hollywood by Selig Seligman through his production company Selmur Productions. Producers included Eugene Barr; the serial was directed by Frank Pacelli. Mike Lawrence was the series announcer; the Young Marrieds focused on the conflicts between three married couples in the suburban community of Queen's Point. Dr. Dan Garrett and his wife Susan Garrett, commercial artist Walter Reynolds and his wife Ann Reynolds, Matt Stevens and Liz Stevens, a young couple who were engaged and ready to begin their married life together. Shortly into the soap's brief year-and-a-half run, the Stevenses were wed written out of the storyline, refocused solely on the marital problems of the Garretts and the Reynoldses. Susan Garrett struggled with the knowledge that she was the biological mother of 10-year-old Jerry Karr, adopted years before by Lena Gilroy, an actress.
Susan wanted to gain custody of the boy. Meanwhile, the Garretts' neighbor Walter Reynolds saw his marriage unravel as wife Ann, his former model, embarked upon a career as manager of Halstead's, a successful local department store. Ann and Walter agreed to divorce, but they secretly remained in love with one another, although circumstances continued to keep them apart; the Young Marrieds aired following General Hospital at 3:30ET/2:30 CT. Though it rated well for fledgling ABC Daytime, the serial aired directly opposite The Edge of Night, a top-rated soap opera on CBS, failed to maintain enough of General Hospital's lead-in audience to make it viable; the final telecast on March 25, 1966 ended with a cliffhanger that would remain forever unresolved, as a despondent Walter, having learned he would go blind from a serious illness, locked himself in his studio with a loaded gun ready to commit suicide. Dick Dunn Paul Nickell James Elward John D. Hess Frances Rickett Susan Brown as Ann Reynolds #2 Brenda Benet as Jill McComb #2 Les Brown Jr. as Buzz Korman Norma Connolly as Lena Karr Gilroy Floy Dean as Liz Forsythe Stevens Charles Grodin as Matt Crane Stevens #2 Ted Knight as Phil Sterling Peggy McCay as Susan Garrett Michael Mikler as Walter Reynolds Constance Moore as Irene Forsythe #2 Paul Picerni as Dan Garret Pat Rossen as Jerry Karr Barry Russo as Roy Gilroy Michael Stefani as Paul Stevens Susan Seaforth as Carol West Irene Hervey as Irene Forsythe #1 Donald Randolph as Theo Stevens Maria Palmer as Mady Stevens Lee Meriwether as Ann Reynolds #1 Robert Hogan as Gillespie Frank Maxwell as Henry Korman Maxine Stuart as Mrs. Korman Betty Conner as Jill McComb #1 Ken Metcalf as Jimmy Dahl Irene Tedrow as Aunt Alex Scott Graham as Matt Crane Stevens #1 The Young Marrieds on IMDb The Young Marrieds at TV.com