“Melinda” – The story of Melinda May’s transformation into “The Cavalry” is revealed as she finds herself at a crossroads in the war between Coulson and Gonzales. As Skye learns more about her true heritage from Lincoln, the truth about the Inhumans will send her in a new direction, on “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” TUESDAY, APRIL 14 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Since last appearing in Genoa City last year, Tilford has been busy at his other job as Eric on Switched at Birth, as well as dad to his new daughter, Marley, whom he shares with wife Victoria Platt (ex-Vicky, Guiding Light). “I can lay in bed and play with Marley forever and then realize, ‘Man, I’ve got to get up and eat and go to the gym,” he says of the seven-month-old. “I know parents say their kid’s amazing, but every day for us she does something that makes us go, ‘Wow!’ It’s our own little awesomeness.”
For more from Terrell, including how he plans to juggle both Y&R and Switched at Birth, check out the new issue of Soap Opera Digest.
Following in the footsteps of a number of high-profile celebrities, the cast and creative team of “Blackbird” are speaking out in defense of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community by posing for the NOH8 campaign.
The film, which focuses on a young singer (Julian Walker) who is struggling to come to terms with his sexuality in a small Southern Baptist community, is slated for an April 24 release.
In keeping with the spirit of the movie, actors Mo’Nique, Isaiah Washington, Lindsay Seim and Terrell Tilford appear in the series of photographs, as does director Patrik-Ian Polk and producers Keith Brown and Carol Ann Shine.
“Let us as a world, allow others to be what they had no choice in being,” Mo’Nique and Sidney Hicks, who executive produced “Blackbird,” told The Huffington Post in an email statement. “We’re a part of the NOH8 campaign because when you say NO to H8, what you’re really saying is YES to Love.”
Added Brown: “I wanted the cast and creative team behind ‘Blackbird’ to participate in hopes that our film’s message of love will counter hate in all its forms.”