Folks ask me how I came to know Clint Ritchie personally. Ironically, Conservatorship of Wendland played a role. Like so many other aspects…
I’ve been gushing on and on about James Gandolfini. I even said he was the greatest actor ever in the history of television.
I admit that I should have qualified my assessment. Gandolfini is the greatest actor ever in the history of primetime television.
Daytime television? Different story.
The greatest actor in the history of daytime television is none other than my very dear friend, Clint Ritchie. ((Clint is retired, so I no longer get to watch his handsome mug on my television screen on a regular basis which explains my “senior moment”.))
Things just haven’t been the same since Clint decided, in December 1998, not to renew his contract with ABC and left the role of Clint Buchanan that he created on “One Life to Live” back on September 10, 1979.