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CNN’s Jake Tapper to Make Acting Debut on ‘All My Children’

He'll be playing — what else? — a reporter

It's been a good week for CNN's "The Lead" host Jake Tapper. First, he was voted one of TheHill.com's 50 Most Beautiful People in Washington, D.C. (he came in an #11), and now he's set to make his acting debut on online soap opera "All My Children."

Tapper was on the set to film a segment for "The Lead" about the soap's return in online format. Apparently, they liked him so much they convinced him to stick around Pine Valley as "Spencer Phillips," a reporter from the fictional show "Business News Update." Sounds like Tapper's got a cushier job than Phillips.

Also read: Fox News' Shepard Smith Stumping For 'True Blood' Cameo

Tapper's big debut will air on Monday, August 12. In other news personality cameo news, Charlie Rose will appear on the second-to-last episode of "Breaking Bad." Fox News' Shepard Smith has been rallying for a role on "True Blood," but so far he's come up empty.