Veteran Actor Matthew Cowles Returns to the Iconic Role on Thursday, May 16
He’s bacckk! Contemptible bad boy ‘Billy Clyde Tuggle,’ played by veteran actor Matthew Cowles, returns to Pine Valley on the popular drama, “All My Children,” (series launched April 29th) starting Thursday, May 16. When the reviled character fell of a bridge over 20 years ago in 1991, residents of Pine Valley thought they’d seen the last of Tuggle. But somehow the character and the actor himself managed to survive the plunge by landing on a mattress. A former pimp turned born again Christian, Tuggle is back to cause trouble, including coming face-to-face with Dixie Martin, played by Cady McClain, reigniting a dramatic storyline.
Cowles is one of television’s most versatile actors. In addition to starring as ‘Tuggle’ on “All My Children,” a role he wrote and created, Cowles’ television credits include “Kojak,” “Miami Vice,” “Loving,” “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “Lonesome Dove,” “Law & Order,” “Homicide: Life on the Street,” “Oz,” and “Life on Mars,” to name a few. No stranger to the silver screen, Cowles has appeared in “Slap Shot,” “The Cowboy Way,” “The Juror,” “The World According to Garp,” “Nurse Betty,” and “Shutter Island,” among others. This multi-talented actor has also appeared on Broadway starring in productions of “Malcolm,” “The Indian Wants The Bronx,” “The Time of Your Life,” and “Sweet Bird of Youth.”
Source: The Online Network
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