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ONE LIFE TO LIVE

February 2011 Episode Counts

20 new episodes in February '11

Listed below are the total # of episodes each actor appeared in for the month of February, and the percentages of total episodes each actor earned for the month of February.

Note: Totals DO NOT include the February 11 encore airing of the November 14, 1995 episode.

Note: The next-day previews and closing credits were pre-empted on February 2 for an extended ABC News Brief covering the civil unrest in Egypt.

1) Melissa Archer (Natalie Buchanan Banks)------17-----89%

1) Michael Easton (John McBain)-----17-----89%

1) Mark Lawson (Brody Lovett)-----17-----89%

1) Gina Tognoni (Kelly Cramer)-----17------89%

1) Bree Williamson (Jessica Brennan/Tess/Bess)-----17 (includes 9 as Tess)-----89%

6) Tom Degnan (Joey Buchanan)-----14-----74%

7) Terri Conn (Aubrey Wentworth)-----12-----63%

7) David A. Gregory (Robert Ford)-----12-----63%

7) Erika Slezak (Viki Banks)-----12-----63%

7) Brittany Underwood (Langston Wilde)-----12------63%

11) Kristen Alderson (Starr Manning)-----11------58%

11) Josh Kelly (Cutter Wentworth)-----11------58%

11) Jerry verDorn (Clint Buchanan)------11-----58%

14) Ted King (Tomas Delgado)------10-----53%

14) Nic Robuck (James Ford)------10-----53%

16) Kassie DePaiva (Blair Cramer)------9-----47%

16) John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex Balsom)-----9-----47%

16) Florencia Lozano (Téa Manning)-------9-----47%

19) Trevor St. John (Todd Manning)------8-----42%

19) Shenaz Treasuryvala (Rama Patal)-----8-----42%-----recurring

21) Nick Choksi (Vimal Patal)-----7------37%------recurring

21) Farah Fath (Gigi Morasco)-----7-----37%

21) Robert S. Woods (Bo Buchanan)------7-----37%

24) Brian Kerwin (Charlie Banks)------6------32%

24) Kelley Missal (Danielle Rayburn)-----6-----32%

24) Lenny Platt (Nate Salinger)------6-----32%

24) Hillary B. Smith (Nora Buchanan)-----6-----32%

28) Robin Strasser (Dorian Lord)-----5-----26%

28) Kim Zimmer (Echo Di Savoy)-----5-----26%-----recurring

28) Uncredited infant portraying baby Liam-----5------26%-----recurring

31) Vivien Cardone (Michelle)-----4-----21%-----recurring

31) Julian Rebolledo (Reverned Jeffries)-----4-----21%-----guest stint; last aired 02/25

31) Uncredited infant portraying baby Ryder-----4-----21%-----recurring

34) Uncredited actor portraying Repo, the Biker Bar Bartender------3-----16%-----guest stint; last aired 02/18

35) Lee Avant (Nurse/Llanfair Nurse)------2-----11%-----recurring; first aired 02/04

35) Shenell Edmonds (Destiny Evans)-----2-----11%

35) David Fumero (Cristian Vega)-----2-----11%

35) Susan Haskell (Marty Saybrooke)-----2------11%

35) Ilene Kristen (Roxy Balsom)-----2-----11%-----recurring

35) Li Jun Li (Gothic Vegas Assitant)-----2-----11%-----guest stint; last aired 02/28

35) Sean Ringgold (Shaun Evans)-----2-----11%

35) Stephanie Schmahl (Bree Brennan)-----2-----11%-----recurring

35) Chaske Spencer (Gothic Vegas Justice of the Peace)-----2-----11%-----guest stint; last aired 02/28

35) Uncredited actors portraying Bikers------2------11%-----guest stint; last aired 02/17

35) Uncredited actor portaying Mr. Blue-----2-----11%-----recurring

46) Eddie Alderson (Matthew Buchanan)-----1-----5%

46) Frank Dolce (Brad)-----1-----5%-----recurring; first aired 02/22

46) Kearran Giovanni (Vivian Wright)------1-----5%-----recurring

46) Harold Plaut (Mr. Black)-----1-----5%-----recurring

46) Aitana Rinab (Beth)-----1-----5%-----recurring; first aired 02/22

46) Shayna Seymour (Shayna the Diner Waitress)------1-----5%-----special guest stint; last aired 02/23

46) Ariel Shafir (Dan)-----1-----5%-----guest stint; last aired 02/25

46) Peter Straub (Pete Braust)-----1-----5%-----special guest stint; last aired 02/07

46) Tess, Madeline and Molly Sullivan (Hope Thornhart)-----1----5%-----recurring

46) Max Tapper (Theo Price)------1-----5%-----recurring

46) Wesley Taylor (Barton)-----1-----5%-----guest stint; last aired 02/15

46) Andrew Trischitta (Jack Manning)-----1-----5%-----recurring; first aired 02/22

46) Austin Williams (Shane Morasco)-----1-----5%-----recurring

46) Maxwell Zagorski (Joel)-----1-----5%-----recurring

46) Uncredited actresses portraying Diner Waitresses------1------5%-----recurring

46) Uncredited actress portraying Manicurist-----1-----5%-----guest stint; last aired 02/09

Various totals for all other dayplayer roles, including doctors and nurses, for this month.

Major recurring cast NOT appearing this month: Peter Bartlett (Nigel Bartholomew-Smythe/Nevil), Patricia Elliott (Renee Divine Buchanan), Frankie Faison (Richard Evans), Jessica Leccia (Inez Salinger), Tonye Patano (Phylicia Evans), Pamela Payton-Wright (Addie Cramer), Saundra Santiago (Carlotta Vega), and J.J. Singleton (Darren Price).

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ONE LIFE TO LIVE

Episode Counts for January-February, 2011

40 total new episodes in '11

Listed below are the total # of episodes each actor appeared in so far during 2011, and the percentages of total episodes each actor earned for the year.

NOTE: Totals DO NOT include either the January 19 encore airing of the February 26, 2006 episode, nor the February 11 encore airing of the November 14, 1995 episode.

Note: The next-day previews and closing credits were pre-empted on February 2 for an extended ABC News Brief covering the civil unrest in Egypt.

1) Melissa Archer (Natalie Buchanan Banks)-----30-----75%

1) Michael Easton (John McBain)-----30-----75%

3) Mark Lawson (Brody Lovett)-----29-----73%

3) Gina Tognoni (Kelly Cramer)------29-----73%

5) Bree Williamson (Jessica Brennan/Tess/Bess)------28 (includes 9 as Tess)------70%

6) Tom Degnan (Joey Buchanan)------26-----65%

6) Jerry verDorn (Clint Buchanan)-----26-----65%

8) Terri Conn (Aubrey Wentworth)-----24-----60%

9) Josh Kelly (Cutter Wentworth)-----23------58%

9) Erika Slezak (Viki Banks)-----23-----58%

11) John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex Balsom)-----22-----55%

12) Robert S. Woods (Bo Buchanan)-----20-----50%

13) Kristen Alderson (Starr Manning)-----19-----48%

13) Florencia Lozano (Téa Manning)-----19-----48%

15) David A. Gregory (Robert Ford)-----18-----45%

15) Nic Robuck (James Ford)-----18-----45%

15) Trevor St. John (Todd Manning)------18-----45%

18) Hillary B. Smith (Nora Hanen)-----17-----43%

19) Brittany Underwood (Langston Wilde)-----16-----35%

20) Kelley Missal (Danielle Rayburn)-----15-----38%

20) Robin Strasser (Dorian Lord)-----15-----38%

22) Lenny Platt (Nate Salinger)-----14-----35%

23) Farah Fath (Gigi Morasco)-----13-----33%

23) Kim Zimmer (Echo Di Savoy)-----13-----33%-----recurring

23) Uncredited infant portraying baby Liam-----13------33%-----recurring

27) Susan Haskell (Marty Saybrooke)-----12-----30%

27) Uncredited infant portraying baby Ryder-----12-----30%-----recurring

29) Brian Kerwin (Charlie Banks)-----11-----28%

29) Shenaz Treasuryvala (Rama Patal)-----11-----28%-----recurring

30) Nick Choksi (Vimal Patal)-----10------25%------recurring

31) Jessica Leccia (Inez Salinger)-----9-----23%-----recurring

32) Vivien Cardone (Michelle)-----8------20%-----recurring

32) David Fumero (Cristian Vega)------8-----20%

34) James Saito (Judge Lee)-----7-----35%------recurring

35) Eddie Alderson (Matthew Buchanan)-----5-----13%

35) Karen Giovanni (Vivian Wright)-----5-----13%-----recurring

35) Ilene Kristen (Roxy Balsom)-----5-----13%-----recurring

38) Shenell Edmonds (Destiny Evans)-----4------10%

38) Julian Rebolledo (Reverned Jeffries)-----4-----10%-----guest stint; last aired 02/25

38) Max Tapper (Theo Price)------4-----10%-----recurring

38) Austin Williams (Shane Morasco)-----4-----10%-----recurring

42) Donnie Keshawarz (Kahid)-----3-----8%-----recurring

42) Benjamin Elijah Morehead (Security Guard)-----3-----8%-----guest stint; last aired 01/17

42) Sean Ringgold (Sean Evans)-----3-----8%

42) Stephanie Schmahl (Bree Brennan)-----3-----8%-----recurring

42) Tuc Watkins (David Vickers Buchanan)------3-----8%-----recurring; returned 01/04

42) Uncredited actor portraying Repo, the Biker Bar Bartender------3-----8%-----guest stint; last aired 02/18

42) Uncredited actresses portraying Diner Waitresses------3------8%-----recurring

49) Lee Avant (Nurse/Llanfair Nurse)------2-----5%-----recurring; first aired 02/04

49) Donna Bullock-Shermon (AA Leader)-----2-----5%-----guest stint; last aired 01/10

49) Matthew Conlon (M. Claude Calmar)-----2-----5%-----guest stint; last aired 01/28

49) Li Jun Li (Gothic Vegas Assitant)-----2-----5%-----guest stint; last aired 02/28

49) Karen Pittman (Nurse #1)-----2-----5%-----guest stint; last aired 01/14

49) Chaske Spencer (Gothic Vegas Justice of the Peace)-----2-----5%-----guest stint; last aired 02/28

49) Tess, Madeline and Molly Sullivan (Hope Thornhart)-----2----5%-----recurring

49) Tika Sumpter (Layla Williamson)-----2-----5%-----recurring

49) Uncredited actors portraying Bikers------2------5%-----guest stint; last aired 02/17

49) Uncredited actor portaying Mr. Blue-----2-----5%-----recurring

59) Mario Brassard (Parisian Café Waiter)-----1-----3%-----guest stint; last aired 01/21

59) Frank Dolce (Brad)-----1-----3%-----recurring; first aired 02/22

59) Melissa Fumero (Adriana Cramer)-----1-----3%-----guest stint; last aired 01/25

59) Patrick Gibbons Jr. (Sam Manning)-----1-----3%-----recurring

59) Mel House (Cop)-----1-----3%-----guest stint; last aired 01/11

59) John Herrera (Reverend Dennis)-----1-----3%-----guest stint; last aired 01/28

59) Robert King (Dayplayer Role)-----1-----3%-----recurring

59) Kevin Kolack (EMT #1)-----1-----3%-----guest stint; last aired 01/11

59) Carmen LoPorto (Jack Manning)-----1------3%-----last aired 01/03

59) Vinita Nair (Dr. Nair)-----1-----3%-----special guest stint; last aired 01/11

59) Harold Plaut (Mr. Black)-----1-----3%-----recurring

59) Aitana Rinab (Beth)-----1-----3%-----recurring; first aired 02/22

59) Shayna Seymour (Shayna the Diner Waitress)------1-----3%-----special guest stint; last aired 02/23

59) John Wesley Shipp (Eddie Ford)-----1-----3%-----last aired

59) Peter Straub (Pete Braust)-----1-----3%-----special guest stint; last aired on 02/07

59) Kim Sullivan (Judge Runyon)-----1-----3%-----recurring

59) Kristine Sutherland (Dean McKenzie)-----1-----3%-----recurring

59) Alex Tavis (Amir-Rashad)-----1-----3%-----recurring; first aired 01/04

59) Wesley Taylor (Barton)-----1-----3%-----guest stint; last aired 02/15

59) Andrew Trischitta (Jack Manning)-----1-----3%-----recurring; first aired 02/22

59) Karen Viola (Under 5 Role)-----1-----3%-----guest stint

59) Maxwell Zagorski (Joel)-----1-----3%-----recurring

59) Bianca (last name unknown) (Under 5 Role)-----1-----3%------guest stint

59) Uncredited actress portraying Manicurist-----1-----3%-----guest stint; last aired 02/09

59) Uncredited actress portraying Sister Nina-----1-----3%-----guest stint; last aired 01/31

Various totals for all other dayplayer roles, including doctors and nurses, for this month.

Major recurring cast NOT appearing so far this year: Peter Bartlett (Nigel Bartholomew-Smythe/Nevil), Patricia Elliott (Renee Divine Buchanan), Frankie Faison (Richard Evans), Jessica Leccia (Inez Salinger), Tonye Patano (Phylicia Evans), Pamela Payton-Wright (Addie Cramer), Saundra Santiago (Carlotta Vega), and J.J. Singleton (Darren Price).

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