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Actor David Forsyth has been a P&G favorite since he debuted as TJ on Texas in 1981and stayed with the show until its cancellation in 1982.
He went on to play Hogan on Search for Tomorrow, Burke on As The World Turns and John on Another World -- a role created just for him and based heavily on Forsyth's own experience as a Vietnam vet.
His part as Hogan lasted from 1983 to1986 (he was with SFT until the end, as well). As one of the McCleary brothers (the other two were played by future DOOL star Matthew Ashford and ATWT's brief Craig, Jeffrey Meek), Hogan was a noble, crusading reporter... with a very interesting view of women in the workplace.
During Episode #8696 (up now on the AOL/PGP Classic Soap Channel), he tells Liza Sentell, "I love it when women use corporate language. It’s a bad imitation of men at their worst." Adding, "Would you like to hear my theory about why women should never be allowed to run large corporations?"
Does Hogan really feel this un-PC way, or is this just a case of a man doth protesting too much in the face of a beautiful (which he also admits in the same scene) woman?
Tune into Search for Tomorrow today to find out!