Los Angeles Mayor To Appear On 'All My Children'

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After 40 years in New York, ABC's All My Children has moved to Los Angeles — though in TV-land it is still Pine Valley. The move brings much needed jobs to Los Angeles. Even Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa worked a few hours — playing himself for a future episode. The mayor is at a business conference in Pine Valley and runs in to Erica Kane, who's played by Susan Lucci.


Good morning. Im Renee Montagne. A long-running soap opera has a new home and a new cast member - at least for one episode. After 40 years in New York, ABC's�"All My Children"�has moved to L.A., though in TV land it is still Pine Valley. That brings much-needed jobs to L.A., and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa worked a few hours himself, playing himself for an episode. The mayors at a conference in Pine Valley and runs in to Erica Kane. Shes played by Susan Lucci.


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