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Report: Josh Duhamel to return to 'All My Children'

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Josh Duhamel is returning to "All My Children," according to Entertainment Weekly.

"Transformers" star Josh Duhamel hasn't forgotten who gave him his big break. According to EW.com, the actor has agreed to appear in a cameo on ABC's "All My Children." The long-running soap is slated to end in September, after the network canceled the show in favor of lifestyle programming.

Duhamel first found acting success in 1999 on the soap as Leo Du Pres. It was a role that earned him an Emmy. The actor left the show in 2002 to pursue bigger opportunities. His "AMC" character was assumed dead after Leo tried to save his love, Greenlee Smythe. But Leo's body was never found, which could explain Duhamel's upcoming appearance.

According to EW.com, Duhamel will appear an in episode (or perhaps more) slated for August.

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