"We were inseparable," Young, 32, told THR of their time in New York.

"We had breakfast, lunch and dinner together every day.

Its prolificacy, as it delivers five episodes a week to its fans, stands in sharp contrast to some of the most popular shows on television (“Game of Thrones” fans waited a year and a half for just seven episodes, while “Sherlock” took two years to produce its three-episode season). C., we had our own Q&A session with him, where he filled us in on just how intimate soap opera stardom can be. I have my first child with them, as they’re doing it. CL: It’s not for everybody, and I always feel bad when people (on the show) are in a bad mood (and are approached by a fan). The fans are nothing but sweet, and it’s also what earns the living.

However, soap operas retain some of the most devoted fans in the world, with shows like CBS’s “The Young and the Restless” still thriving 44 years after its creation. Atlantic City Weekly: You’ve been involved with the world of soap operas for so long, how do you compare soap opera fans other fandoms? Christian Le Blanc: I go through life with my fans. I’m in their living room five days a week with them. ACW: You’ve been with “The Young and the Restless” consecutively since 1997. ACW: What do you think the future of soap operas are? They ask about how fast the process is, how wounds are made and how bed scenes are filmed, about other characters, about story lines that they like, and what they’d rather see. Their input is great, so it turns into a very good back-and-forth. And they always want to know about Eric (Braeden) and (his character) Victor.

There’s a way to do it, but you’ve got to be clever about the medium. Even when we have guests on set, if I have six or seven people out there, I’m better. The energy feeds you and it’s not just through a lens.

You have to be able to respect the fans that you have while still moving forward. At the Q&As you get that — you’re getting a response live.

The couple wrote their own vows and chose Led Zeppelin's "All My Love" as their recessional music.

Following the first dance, a song they recorded called "Here and Now," Young and his mother Kay took the dance floor for the Beatles' "In My Life."Adds Bronson: "Many guests said it was the best wedding they had ever been to."The couple started dating while co-starring in the Broadway revival of Hair in 2010.Christian Le Blanc started on “The Young and the Restless” in 1991 as the character Michael Baldwin. 12, for a Q&A as part of Harrah’s “Soap Opera Month.” He is preceded by Greg Rikkaart (who plays Kevin Fisher on “Y&R”) on Thursday, Oct. In a big way, you share all these moment with them. and across the street I’ll hear “Michael, Michael, come over here.” They hug you. How have you kept things fresh and interesting with the role for that long? Some bring the character to who they are, but I’ve kept Michael very different from me … How do you think the industry is working to keep the format updated? I think people’s original reaction is against technology. They do surprise you with some really intelligent stuff. ACW: What are you most looking forward to about the Q&A?He later returned to the role in 1997 and has kept with it ever since. 5, and followed by Tracey Bregman (Lauren Baldwin) on Oct. But the best stories we get, and we get them all the time, is moms and grandmothers and daughters coming and saying they all watch together. People say, “Your wife is sleeping with the bartender.” It’s like you have all of these extra friends who are fans of the show. You have to watch yourself because the familiarity can breed contempt. I work really hard to not rest on familiarity with the role. “The Yong and the Restless” is the most downloaded soap opera ever … There are story lines that dealt with prostate cancer on the show, and through that I learned much more about it myself. CL: We don’t have an audience (when we film), and my first lessons were on stage.The funny thing is that it never occurred to me if they aged my son that we would have been married longer. Michael and Lauren were celebrating their sixth anniversary, and I went, “How can we have been married six years and have a fifteen-year-old? (Laughs) CHRISTIAN: First let me say we love Robbie Tucker, who played little Fen, but there is more that we can do now with Max, and there are a whole lot of levels we can play now, than the two of us waiting, for God sakes, for Fenmore to grow! Having to walk in and being thrown into the insanity is not easy! Max fit in from the moment he walked in, because he is insane like all of us! He has been watching it since 1973, but that is beside the point (Laughs).(Laughs) MICHAEL: Max, did you know about the quirky Fisher/Baldwin clan before you started on Y&R? When I had my final callback for the role of Fen, it was with Christian.Then, B&B's Scott Clifton (Liam) opens up about the love of his life — his wife of two years, Nikki!