'All My Children's' Julia Barr on working with David Canary: 'It's like gold'
There are a handful of faces that come to mind immediately when you think of “All My Children” and Julia Barr, better known to the world as Brooke English, is definitely one of them.
Korbi TV got some one-on-one time with the actress who, after a three-year hiatus, returned to the series a couple months back to aid in the departure of Adam Chandler (David Canary) from Pine Valley.
Canary, who announced his retirement in February, leaves the show Friday, April 23 and will likely go with Barr (as Brooke English) by his side.
In the video interview below, Barr talks about what Canary has meant to “AMC.”
“He’s been such a huge portion of this canvas,” she says. “You don’t think about ‘All My Children’ without David Canary. But he also has a legacy in terms of his family and his offspring — you know, I mean the ‘All My Children’ family — that will carry on and I think that will also keep him in the mix.”
Indeed the possibility of return cameos from Canary is definitely there, so perhaps we haven’t seen the absolute last of Adam Chandler just yet.
Watch the clip for more from Barr on why she thinks David ultimately decided to call it quits and how she really feels about him.
“He’s the lion. He’s the silver-haired lion,” she shares. “It’s been my pleasure to have had so much time with him…It’s like gold.”
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