Quick Take with Greg Rikaart (Kevin, Y&R)
Soap Opera Digest|July 27, 2020
Quick Take with Greg Rikaart (Kevin, Y&R)
“I was excited. First, it made sense to write in Lizzie’s [Hendrickson, Chloe] pregnancy and it sounded like a really fun evolution for our characters.

What was your reaction when you found out that Kevin and Chloe were having another baby?

We didn’t have the opportunity to share in the experience of becoming parents when Bella was born because that happened off-camera, so I think this will be fun for the audience.”

How would you rate Kevin as a dad?

“I would say he’s a pretty good dad. I think we all leave childhood with our own specific set of scars and thankfully, most aren’t as severe as Kevin’s. I feel the scars that we have motivate us to try and do better, and given that Kevin’s childhood was so traumatizing, I think it pushes him to really be the best dad that he can be.”

This time, Kevin gets to be a dad out of the shadows. He and Chloe were in hiding, living in Oregon with Bella, but no more of that. Are you enjoying that aspect of being a family in the open?

“Very much so. As a father of a son, I’m especially excited to play that, too.”

Since Kevin and Chloe are unconventional people, would you like to see the birth of their son be unconventional, as well?


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July 27, 2020