Entertainment: Search for Tomorrow
|Birthname||TV soap opera|
|born on||3 September 1951 at 12:30 (= 12:30 PM )|
|Place||New York, New York, 40n43, 74w00|
|Timezone||EDT h4w (is daylight saving time)|
|Astrology data||10°22' 05°58 Asc. 21°32'|
American television soap opera which began its run on CBS on 3 September 1951 and concluded on NBC after 35 years on 26 December 1986.
Search for Tomorrow was created by Roy Winsor and was first written by Agnes Nixon (then known professionally as Agnes Eckhardt) for the series' first thirteen weeks and later by Irving Vendig. The program was one of several packaged from the 1950s through the 1980s by Procter & Gamble Productions, the broadcasting arm of the famed household products corporation, who were also responsible for the likes of Guiding Light, As the World Turns, The Edge of Night, and Another World.
- associate relationship with Ashford, Matthew (born 29 January 1960). Notes: Cagney McLeary, 1984-1986
- associate relationship with Bacon, Kevin (born 8 July 1958). Notes: Played Todd Adamson, 1979
- associate relationship with Des Barres, Pamela (born 9 September 1948). Notes: Played Amy Kaslo, 1974-1975
- associate relationship with Fairchild, Morgan (born 3 February 1950). Notes: Played Jennifer Pace, 1973-1977
- associate relationship with Hursley, Doris (born 29 September 1898). Notes: Writer
- associate relationship with Kline, Kevin (born 24 October 1947). Notes: Played Woody Reed, 1976
- associate relationship with Lindley, Audra (born 24 September 1918). Notes: Played Sue Knowles, 1962
- associate relationship with Nouri, Michael (born 9 December 1945). Notes: Played Steve Kaslo, 1975-1978
- associate relationship with Siebert, Charles (born 9 March 1938). Notes: Played Dr. Peter Murphy, 1969-1971
- associate relationship with Sloan, Tina (born 1 February 1943). Notes: Played Patti Barron Tate Whiting McCleary, 1976-1977
- associate relationship with Tippit, Wayne (born 19 December 1932). Notes: Played Ted Adamson, 1978-1982
Sy Scholfield quotes "On Television," New York Times, 3 Sep. 1951, p. 20.
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