April 16, 2008 07:50 AM by Jennifer_Brown
Internet-based reality show InTurn is back, starring 10 young soap opera hopefuls, all vying to win a 13-week contract role on CBS daytime drama As the World Turns. The show, which will air online Tuesdays and Thursdays between April 15th and June 10th will follow the actors as they head to New York City and attend As the World Turns boot camp in hopes of landing a role on the second-longest running soap opera.
The following 10 actors will be starring in InTurn, and one of them will grab a contract gig on As the World Turns:
Michael Derek, 26, is a waiter from East Brunswick, NJ; Alisha Henry, 27, is an actress from Oklahoma; William Howard, 31, from Racine, WI, is a game show host for Nickelodeon Family Suites in Orlando, FL; Peyton Lee, 29, is a landscaper from Sebring, FL; Krista Miller, 20, is a student from Bradenton, FL.; Nell Mooney, 30, is a ballroom dancer from Washington, D.C.; Christian Omari, 25, is an actress from Houston, TX; Kara Quick, 32, is a Eureka, CA actress; Justin Smith, 27, is an actor from Orlando, FL.; Audra Wahhab, 25, is a waitress from Milwaukee, WI.
The judges for this season of InTurn are Dylan Bruce, Van Hansis, Kelley Menighan Hensley, Michael Park, Colleen Zenk Pinter, Marnie Schulenberg, and Jake Silbermann.
To watch InTurn, go to www.cbs.com/originals/inturn3. Watch As the World Turns weekdays on CBS.
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