'The Young and the Restless': This Is The Emotional Scene Marking Peter Bergman's 30th Anniversary
Peter Bergman is a long-running staple on the soap opera The Young and the Restless. The November 25th episode marks his 30 year anniversary. Learn what he says during the emotional scene here...
Peter Bergman has played "Jack Abbott" on The Young and the Restless since 1989. He has won four daytime Emmys for his long-standing role and let's be honest, the show just wouldn't be the same without him. Soon, the 66-year-old actor will be celebrating his 30th anniversary on the show and fans are definitely in for an emotional episode.
"Jack Abbott" celebrates his 30th anniversary on Y&R
The emotional scene depicts "Jack" toasting his sister's newly completed memoir which is about the "Abbott" family. Not only does "Jack" choke up, but the tears that Peter Sheds are definitely real as the episode is set to mark his 30th anniversary on the show.
The Young and the Restless: Emotional Scene With Peter Bergman
"I want to commemorate this moment. Writing this book was my idea. I personally have learned so much from it. I look at my mother and my sister and my niece, my brother and my son, and I feel our shared family history. I feel this connection through John and Dina Abbott. They have shaped all of our lives. I just want each of you to know how very special you are to me," "Jack" says. Keep your tissues close fans!