He's been the subject of many watercooler conversations since gracing our TV screens as the eponymous, brooding Cornish hero Poldark in the BBC's remake of the Seventies drama, but Aidan Turner didn't just appear from nowhere. Here he is goggling at women's bottoms and finding love in a supermarket aisle in an advert for Irish state agency Bord Bia, which was filmed when Turner was 18 years old.The 31-year-old Irish actor has a surprising varied back catalogue, including starring roles as a dwarf, a vampire and a campaigner for eggs. We must admit that we are mightily impressed with his spinach frittata.According to him, the show will commence in the first week of September.
When his father, Victor dies (or retires), he is set to take over Newman Enterprises.
When Michael Muhney left the role in 2013, the production knew that he needed to be recast. He definitely looks like Adam should, and could return the Newman heir to his dark and gloomy outlook on life (and his father, Victor Newman).
When his contract is up, the word on the internet is that he will be out of a job.
CBS is not happy with the direction of the writing in the past couple months and felt a change in regime might be in order.
Meanwhile, rumors are circulating that his domestic life with Demelza will be grappled.
Certain speculations say that Demelza will be threatened by Ross’s former fiancée Elizabeth.BBC reports Ross and his wife, Demelza, will be having a difficult time.Ross’s continuous struggle to stabilize his enterprise will be met with strain.Gabriella Wilde, who starred in is confirmed to join the series as Caroline Penvenen.In the books, Caroline is an orphan who is adopted by her uncle Ray. rumors picked up steam that Justin Hartley was leaving the CBS daytime drama in July, and his last episodes would air in late August.