Even if the character Bethany isn’t written for a Genoa City romance storyline with Adam, their real life romance will be a major distraction for fans.Have the surviving execs at Y&R fouled up the show in a big way by trying to keep Hartley satisfied?Stause was engaged to Glee star Matthew Morrison from December 9, 2006 to 2007. Stause is best known for her portrayal of Amanda Dillon in the ABC soap opera All My Children, a role she began on May 4, 2005 when the character returned to Pine Valley after a five-year absence.The Christian baby storyline teased a shakeup for Chelsea and Adam, but with the idea in mind that Adam might end up with Sage – but she was killed off.Terrina Chrishell Stause (/tɛˌriːnə krɨˌʃɛl ˈstaʊs/, born July 21, 1981 and professionally known as Chrishell Stause) is an American actress, best known for her role as Amanda Dillon on All My Children. Stause is best known for her portrayal of Amanda Dillon in ABC soap opera All My Children, a role she began on May 4, 2005 when the character returned to Pine Valley after a five-year absence.She attended Murray State University where she received her B. Soap was cancelled and ended on September 23, 2011, and later Stause guest-starred in second season of Dana Delany series Body of Proof.She also was a member of improvisational troupe The Groundlings in Los Angeles.
In 2003, she graduated with a theater degree from Murray State University. With Sofia Pernas (aka Marisa Sierras) and Robert Adamson (aka Noah Newman) being cut back and Kristoff St John’s (aka Neil Winters) screen time slashed, we have to wonder how there’s room in the budget for a new recurring cast member…Was the casting of Chrishell Stause a move to placate fan and showrunner favorite Justin Hartley and keep him with “The Young and The Restless”?Set to air on May 17, the episode centers around Hilary meeting her TV entertainment idol and requesting an interview.In an one-on-one interview, Chen reveals to Digest that she also happens to be a long-time fan of the soap. Eileen Davidson's book "Dial Emmy for Murder" will become a movie! Watch full daily episodes of Y&R at CBS.com, Xfinity, & Global TV (for Canadian viewers only).