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80 Years Young: Eric Braeden Talks 41 Years at ‘The Young and the Restless’

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Eric Braeden, The Young and the Restless

"The Young and the Restless" star Eric Braeden is turning 80 years old on Saturday, April 3, and this year he's also celebrating 41 years as Victor Newman. The award-winning actor recently answered the big "retirement" question. Find out his answer.

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