The Young and The Restless recognize Kevin G. Schmidt! PODCAST INTERVIEW


(July 2010 UPDATE! Kevin G. Schmidt is now starring in “Unnatural History” on Cartoon Network!) I have steadfastly avoided inviting soap stars to be my guests on Mr. Media Radio for a simple reason: I don’t watch soaps.

Oh, I did for a year or two in the late ‘80s when my new wife was hooked on All My Children and she recorded the show daily for playback after work. But I was a newlywed then—I had an excuse.

So what is Kevin G. Schmidt, who plays Noah Newman on The Young and The Restless, doing here today?

KEVIN G. SCHMIDT podcast excerpt: “There’s a lot of ‘restless’ on our show, but not a lot of ‘young.’… I think what’s happening now, it’s a transition… I don’t know if Eric (Braeden)’s going anywhere, but I think this is just the show evolving and having to make some tough decisions in a tough economy.”

If you have to ask, you obviously haven’t looked at the young man’s resume: two Cheaper By the Dozen movies, playing the son of Steve Martin and brother of Tom Welling and Hilary Duff; co-starring with Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato in Princess Protection Program; and episodes of everything from Numb3rs to Without a Trace. He’s also got a part in Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, due out in December 2009. I’m a lifetime Alvin fan, so that was pretty cool to me.

He also stars as Justin in an online TV series, Poor Paul, which you can catch on YouTube or at

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