He's currently married to Lauren Fenmore (Tracey E. Le Blanc enjoys playing out scenes in the court room.Describing them as his "best moments", he stated: "I am the only one who loves court.Rikaart: I've known her casually over the years and it's exciting to get a chance to work with her. Let's go to a topic you have lots of opinions about — your Chick-fil-A war with Melissa Reeves.Your tweets and follow-up piece in the Huffington Post won you a lot of support, yet you also heard from people who thought you were unfair and out of line. Rikaart: It was very disappointing to read some of the responses.During a 2011 interview Le Blanc said everyday "you have this incredible challenge, which, as an actor, that’s what I find, that’s what keeps it interesting. Every day I have to say ‘This is a character I created,’ and I have to find him again every day and commit every day, 12 months a year." Michael is a prominent lawyer in Genoa City and a partner at Baldwin, Blair and Associates.
He departed in 1993, and has been appearing regularly again since April 25, 1997.I did get a lot of support but the general tone of political discourse in this country is very disheartening.I was getting challenged by some people for having attacked Melissa Reeves when, frankly, what I said was anything but an attack.This is no different than kids being bullied in a schoolyard.People wonder why there is an epidemic of bullying in this country.Rikaart:  That became such a joke between me and [former head writer-exec producer] Maria Bell. " That story was probably the hardest thing I've ever done. TV Guide Magazine: So what's your feeling on the big exec producer-head writer switch at ? TV Guide Magazine: Jeez, I didn't mean to throw you. I always enjoyed Josh Griffith's writing when he was here last time and I'm looking forward to working with him again.Whenever I would see her during that bank robbery storyline I would say, "Uh, did I do something? TV Guide Magazine: And your new exec producer Jill Phelps...?I will swear to you now, I am the only one off set that lights up when there is a five page monologue.I have to tell you it was my first months on the show, and they gave me my first case, and it was about a black student who was suing the school system. TV Guide Magazine: Is Twitter the best place for such discourse?Isn't all that short, hot, frenzied commentary, much of which can be misinterpreted, only adding to the discord? Rikaart: Well, maybe, but on the flip side I feel like I have this tiny bit of notoriety and it's my soapbox.