On January 16, 2008, it became public knowledge that Scott Bryce, the portrayer of Craig Montgomery of As The World Turns, was fired from his role.
Scott Bryce originated this role in 1982 and has amassed a large, faithful following for his character, Craig. There has been increasing excitement about his role on the show and a renewed excitement about As The World Turns, in general now that he has returned to the show.
Scott has an incredible ability to portray Craig Montgomery as he should be: complicated, complex and confusing. He is the villain you love to hate and hate to love. Many just love to love Scott\'s Craig. His character has ties and history with most every family and business on the show and his talent of humanizing a man who is capable of heinous acts, gives the show one of their most powerful and enduring characters.
We therefore petition CBS, Procter & Gamble Productions and As The World Turns to return Scott Bryce to the role of Craig Montgomery and that Craig Montgomery will continue to be explored as a character for a long time to come.
We are confident that Scott Bryce\'s talent is a continuing asset to the daytime drama and will continue to increase viewer enthusiasm for the show and higher ratings.
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