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Jay Hammer (born November 16, 1944, in San Francisco, California) is an American actor best known for his long run as Fletcher Reade on CBS Daytime`s Guiding Light from March 1984 until March 1998. He returned briefly in the Spring of 1999. An earlier soap opera role was that of ranch forehand Max Dekker on Texas. Other roles include The Blue Knight, Kojak, Mannix, Sons and Daughters, Emergency!, and Adam-12. His theater credits include off-Broadway productions of Passing Through From Exotic Places and Serenading Louie. Hammer had a notable credit as Allan Willis during the 1978-1979 season of The Jeffersons. Allan was the son of mixed race couple Tom and Helen Willis (Franklin Cover and Roxie Roker). Hammer has two children by former Guiding Light Head Writer Pam Long. Hammer himself has also written for Guiding Light using the name Charles Jay Hammer. He graduated from the University of the Pacific. In 2009, Jay once again returned to "Guiding Light" as Fletcher Reade after not being on the soap opera since 1999.
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Jay Hammer (born November 16, 1944) is an American actor best known for his long run as freelancer journalist Fletcher Reade who falls in love with Dr. Claire Ramsey on CBS Daytime's Guiding Light from March 1984 until March 1998. He returned briefly in the Spring of 1999, and again made an appearance as the show ended in 2009.
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