The Young And The Restless News: Tyler Johnson Joins The Cast– Theo Vanderway Is Expected To Make A Big Impact!
The Young and the Restless is set to introduce a new character, Theo Vanderway, who will be portrayed by Tyler Johnson.
CBS officially announced that Johnson has been cast on The Young and the Restless and he is expected to make his debut in the episode that is set to air on June 3. The soap has kept a tight lid on what kind of drama Theo will find himself in once he arrives in town. If there is something that can be said about this character, it’s only that Theo is a friend of Kyle Abbot (Michael Mealor) from his days in New York.
Y&R Spoilers– Theo Is An Old Pal Of Kyle’s
Before he returned to Genoa City in 2015, Kyle stayed in New York and worked in Jabot Cosmetics, his family’s business. During that time, he reconnected with Summer Newman (Hunter King). However, they were unable to make their long distance relationship work. Theo, who is clearly a good-looking guy, may catch the attention of Summer, and she might even make a play for the new hunk in town.
Viewers know that Summer still has the hots for her ex-husband, Kyle. Fans of The Young and the Restless may recall that Kyle offered to marry Summer to save Lola’s life. Even though he promised to stay married to her for one whole year, Kyle realized that he didn’t want to spend the rest of his life with Summer so he asked her for a divorce.
Young And Restless Spoilers– Will Theo And Summer Hook Up?
Kyle may have already found his true love in Lola Rosales (Sasha Calle), but Summer isn’t about to give up that easily. She is willing to do all that she can to tear Kyle and Lola apart. With the possibility of going on a business trip with Kyle, it is possible for Summer to seduce him while they are away from Genoa City.
Tyler Johnson has appeared in various TV shows including “What Goes On” as Noah Carter, “The Killing” as Alexi Giffords, and “Chasing Life” as Tiege. He was also cast in movies like “Men in Black 3” in 2012, “The Bachelor Next Door” in 2017, and “Killing Your Daughter,” which is currently in post-production.