Lily Graisons Blog, page 3
Holden Snyder and Lily Walsh
Most notably played by Martha Byrne from May to September 29, and again from April to April 22, , the character was originated in June by Lucy Deakins. Heather Rattray stepped into the role from December to January 8, In the show's final two years, Lily was recast with Noelle Beck and she aired from May 8, after the much-publicized departure of Byrne until its final episode on September 17, Byrne is considered to be one of the most recognized faces of daytime television and is often called a "superstar" of soap opera history. Lily Walsh was originally played by Lucy Deakins for — Byrne, who was 15 at the time of her first appearance also had a background in theater as she appeared in the play Annie at the age of Her early years were greatly involved in stories with Holden Snyder Jon Hensley , with whom she is one half of the show's most popular and well-received love stories.
The song made its television debut on the December episode as a montage of clips played of Holden and Lily through the years. Plus, having come this far and still being with Jon Hensley, Holden , both as an actor and a friend, I thought now would be the perfect time. Beck's casting came with criticism due to the actress replacing the popular Byrne. With columnist Michael Fairman, Beck spoke about her initial hesitance to rejoin daytime after nearly year break and her approach to playing the character of Lilly. Lily's most notable pairing was with Holden Snyder, whom she met after he began work at her mother's stables. Lily and Holden were thought to be related but it was revealed that her biological parents were only adopted into the Snyder family.
Most notably played by Martha Byrne from May to December and again from to April 22, , the character was originated in June by Lucy Deakins. Heather Rattray stepped into the role from December to January 8, Most recently, Lily was recast with Noelle Beck as of May 8, after the much-publicized departure of Byrne. Lily was created in by then head writer Douglas Marland. When she first appeared on screen she appeared as a rich kid who was given everything to her, yet felt like something was missing in her life.