Yeah, that happened: Brian Gaskill bids farewell to Seth

Posted Tuesday, March 05, 2024 4:10:00 PM
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Crazy Aunt Jordan did her thing and turned poor Seth into roadkill on The Young and the Restless, ending Brian Gaskill's run on the CBS soap.

As soon as The Young and the Restless' Seth let Jordan know that he knew exactly who she was, fans knew that Nikki's former A.A. sponsor wasn't long for the Genoa City world, and they were right. Jordan knew she had to get rid of Seth and pushed him in front of a speeding car to end his life.

Now Brian Gaskill is saying goodbye to the short-term role he began playing in January.

"Between social media and the Internet in general, news travels ridiculously fast these days, that happened...(and if you haven't seen yet, please watch... I hear Los Angeles might be check out Paramount+ or look for Times)," Gaskill wrote on Facebook.

"I had a great time on Young and the Restless with the producers, directors, publicity department, and other actors," he added. "And it was incredible to see so much support from all of my friends on social media, who have been following along over the years... So grateful for all of you. Now let's see what comes next..."

Gaskill began his daytime career way back in 1995 on All My Children as a teenage Bobby Warner, the son of Cliff Warner and Nina Cortlandt. He later played Rafe Kovich on Port Charles from 2001 to 2003, Oscar Marone on The Bold and the Beautiful from 2003 to 2004, and Dylan Lewis on Guiding Light from 2007 to 2008.

Hopefully, we see Gaskill on another soap soon now that Jordan has ended Seth's Y&R run.

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