‘The Young and the Restless’ (Y&R) spoilers fans have a new face they will be getting familiar with after the new year! That’s because there are new reports that indicate actor Chase Coleman is joining the hit CBS soap for a short-term role. We’ve got all of the details that you need to know right here.
According to Soap Opera Digest, Chase will be playing a new character by the name of Tanner Watts. While no one knows what he will be doing in Genoa City just yet, we do know that he will have a connection to someone in the music industry. The first guess, of course, is Devon Hamilton (Bryton James).
‘The Young and the Restless’ Comings And Goings: Chase Coleman Joins The Cast
If Chase looks familiar, that’s because this isn’t his first stint on daytime television. As a matter of fact, the actor has appeared on One Life to Live as his character Garrett. He also appeared on The Vampire Diaries and on The Originals. Clearly, he has plenty of daytime and primetime television experience.
And while the actor hasn’t made any comments about his new role, he did recently tell Soap Opera Digest in a new interview that he’s been having a lot of fun on the set of ‘Young and the Restless’. He told the publication, “I’ve been having an absolute blast. I didn’t know I was going to have this much fun.” Because of the preemptions, Chase’s first episode will most likely be on January 3rd. Should that change, we will definitely keep you updated with all of the most recent details. Until then, ‘Young and the Restless’ fans will have to continue tuning in everyday for all of the drama!
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