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Colleen Zenk to Guest Star in CBS Drama 'Blue Bloods' on October 24

Next up on the busy Colleen Zenk's schedule is an appearance on CBS' Blue Bloods.
Longtime As the World Turns star Colleen Zenk is among the guest cast in the October 24 episode of Blue Bloods. The three-time Daytime Emmy nominee will be playing Joan, and share a scene with Len Cariou, who stars as Henry Reagan on the hit CBS drama.

In the episode, titled "Loose Lips," Jamie (Will Estes) is targeted by a vengeful thug after he intervenes in his abusive relationship with his girlfriend. Meanwhile, Frank (Tom Selleck) must deal with a political scandal involving insensitive comments made by Henry that were illegally recorded and leaked to the press.

Jamie better watch his back – he’s on a hit list! Can he protect
himself? Photo Credit: CBS
Blue Bloods also stars Donnie Wahlberg as Danny Reagan, Bridget Moynahan as Erin Reagan, Marisa Ramirez (The Young and the Restless, General Hospital) as Det. Maria Baez, Amy Carlson (Another World) as Linda Reagan, Sami Gayle as Nicky Reagan-Boyle, and Zenk's former As the World Turns co-star Vanessa Ray as Officer Eddie Janko.

Other guest stars in "Loose Lips" include James Carpinello as Russell Price, Leslie Hendrix as Mrs. Judith Wilson, Chelsea Lopez as Tina McDermot, Hunter Emery as Little G, Bernie McInerney as Oscar, and John Bolton as Tom Pincus.

"Loose Lips" airs Friday, October 24 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

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