Susan Lucci

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Real Name: Susan Lucci
Birthday: Dec. 23
Place of Birth: Westchester, NY

Biography And Filmography: 

Susan Lucci is one of the most famous soap opera stars in the history of daytime television. Soap Opera Digest says her "character is larger than life." She admits that, "Erica is probably the best part ever written for a woman in a soap opera."

In January 2006, Lucci celebrated her 35th anniversary starring on the ABC's Emmy Award-winning "All My Children." During those years, she has seen Erica grow from troubled young teen to international superstar, moving over the years from high-fashion super model to humanitarian to magazine publisher.

Her character has had eight marriages to seven different men. She's been kidnapped, survived a plane crash, chased by a grizzly bear, posed as a nun, driven a race car and tried a helicopter rescue of one of her lovers from prison. Her character gets around.

With sixteen Emmy nominations as Best Actress and many other awards like a People's Choice Award, the Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Lead Actress, the Crystal Apple Award, the People magazine poll as Best Soap Actress, the Soap Opera Digest Editor's Award for Outstanding Contribution to Daytime Television, the Canadian People's Choice Award for Best Soap Actress, and Welfare League's "Woman of the Year", it is clear Erica Kane is as trendy as the show itself. 

If there's one thing Susan and Erica have in common, it's their devotion to pursuing a career. In addition to her leading role on "All My Children", she starred in the television movie, "French Silk", "Between Love and Hate", "The Woman Who Sinned", and "Double Edge."Lucci also starred in the final season of the show, "Dallas", hosted "Saturday Night Live," and starred in the television movie, "The Bride in Black". Lucci also appeared in a television commercial for the sugar substitute, Sweet One; advertisements for Wendy's, and has done a series of television commercials for the Ford Motor Company.

Other television movies include "Lady Mobster," "Mafia Princess," "Invitation to Hell," "Anastasia" and "Haunted By Her Past." The actress also worked as host with Tony Danza on the special, "99 Ways to Attract the Right Man", and also appeared in "Night of 100 Stars II and III." 

In 1995, Susan Lucci starred as Elizabeth Scrooge, the female counterpart of Ebenezer Scrooge in the Lifetime original movie "Ebbie." In 1992, she launched the "Susan Lucci Collection" of beauty products, marketed through a home shopping cable channel.

When "All My Children" premiered on January 5, 1970, she was a student at New York's Marymount College. 

Most recently Lucci has been seen in guest appearances on "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show", "Martha", "Jimmy Kimmel Live!", "Jeopardy!", "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy", "The View", "Dancing with the Stars", "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee", "That's So Raven" and "Hope & Faith".

In 2012 Lucci returned to TV with two appearances on the series “Army Wives” and then in the made for TV movie “Devious Maids” (2012), about four Latina maids with ambition and dreams of their own, while they work for the rich and famous in Beverly Hills.


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