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ADVISORY/SoapNet and Time Warner Cable Bring ``One Life to Live'' Star Laurence Lau to Huck Finn's Warehouse Outlet Saturday, Dec. 1, to Celebrate SoapNet's Home on Time Warner Cable.

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ADVISORY...for Saturday (Dec. 1)

--(ENTERTAINMENT WIRE)

Lau Will be Available to Meet Fans and Sign Autographs

WHO: SoapNet and "One Life to Live" star Laurence Lau (Sam
 Rappaport)

 Lau joined the cast of "One Life to Live" in May, creating the
 role of high-powered defense attorney Sam Rappaport whose
 challenging legal cases are never quite as complicated as his
 relationship with his manipulative ex-wife, Lindsay, or the
 love of his life, Nora. A veteran of daytime television, the
 Long Beach, Calif., native is also known to daytime fans from
 his popular roles as "All My Children's" Greg Nelson, which he
 played from 1981-1986 and "Another World's" Jamie Fame, which
 he left in 1990.

WHAT: In celebration of its home on Time Warner Cable, SoapNet and
 Time Warner Cable are bringing Laurence Lau to Huck Finn's
 Warehouse Outlet to meet fans and sign autographs.

WHERE: Huck Finn's Warehouse Outlet
 25 Erie Blvd.
 Albany, N.Y. 12204

WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 1
 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

MORE: SoapNet, ABC Cable Networks Group's 24-hour soap opera channel
 is currently available in Albany on Time Warner Cable
 channel 72.

 SoapNet's primetime schedule features same-day repeat airings
 of the top-rated ABC soaps, "Port Charles," "All My Children,"
 "One Life to Live" and "General Hospital," along with an
 original soap news and information show, "SoapCenter." The
 line-up also includes some of primetime's most popular
 serialized dramas, "Knots Landing," "The Colbys," "Falcon
 Crest," "Hotel," and "Sisters," as well as the former ABC
 Daytime series "Ryan's Hope."
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