Todo lo que importa: ¡Salvatore Greco sale!

All that matters: Salvatore Greco is out!

Shock for the fans

wantedon 07/18/2013 | 15:18

As a fan of a soap opera, you have to live with the comings and goings of the actors. However, this news should sadden the viewers of “Alles was geht”: after two years, actor Salvatore Greco says goodbye to the series. The reason for leaving “Alles was geht”: The common baby with his serial colleague Juliette.

Since 2011, Salvatore Greco has delighted viewers of the RTL telenovela “Everything That Counts” in his role as dance teacher Jan Marco Schöler. But that will soon be over! As the 33-year-old explained in an interview with the magazine “In”, in a few weeks he will leave “Alles was geht” to take care of his little daughter Luana: “Now I have a completely new lead role, and first it’s called Dad.”

All that matters: Salvatore Greco says goodbye

Already on September 4, the last episode of “Alles was geht”, in which Salvatore Greco still participates, will flash on the screen. After that, the friendly Swiss will first have to take parental leave. His little daughter Luana, whom he had with his wife and serial colleague Juliette Greco, formerly Menke, was born in March. For this reason, the actress is also taking a break from “Alles was geht.”

All That Matters: Juliette Greco Returns

But “Alles was geht” fans have reason to be happy too: Juliette Greco will end her baby break around the same time her husband leaves. Starting on September 19, the Beauty series should be seen again on “Alles was geht.” However, Juliette Greco feels no remorse for her offspring. “Salvatore and I take care of Luana with all our affection so that she does not miss it. While I film, Salvatore keeps my back free and Luana has time to enjoy her dad to the fullest, ”the 32-year-old told RTL.

The little trees change to “All That Counts”! As Luana’s father puts aside his career ambitions to take care of his daughter, the mother returns to work. This is how it has to work in a modern relationship …Image source: © RTL / Willi Weber