The Young and the Restless minor characters


The Young and the Restless minor characters

The following are characters from the American soap opera The Young and the Restless who are notable for their actions or relationships, but who do not warrant their own articles.

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Current Characters

The following minor characters from The Young and the Restless are currently on the show as of November 2011.

Genevieve Atkinson

Genevieve Atkinson
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Genie Francis
(2011-present)
First appearance May 27, 2011
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer and Scott Hamner
Profile
Gender Female
Occupation Businesswoman
Residence McMillan Estate

Genevieve Atkinson is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless. The character was originated by veteran actress Genie Francis on May 27, 2011. She is the estranged wife of Colin Atkinson, and the biological mother of Cane Ashby.

Character History
Genevieve comes to Genoa City in 2011 looking for revenge for Cane's "death". Although, Genevieve revealed the truth about Cane on May 31, 2011, that it was Cane's twin brother, Caleb Atkinson, who was shot and killed, and not Cane. Genevieve's plan to get revenge on Colin came together, as she finally came to face to face with him when he tried to kidnap their grandchildren and take them to Australia. Genevieve sets up a shrine to their late daughter, Samantha, in her house for Colin to see. Genevieve believes that Colin is responsible for their daughter's death. Genevieve then knocked Colin over the balcony of her mansion, as he held on, until Jill showed to help him, only for her to let him slip, after Genevieve revealed that Colin is her legal husband. Genevieve later had an awkward meeting with Cane's wife Lily Winters, who wasn't happy to meet her, after discovering Cane's lies.

After having gotten her revenge on Colin, who was hospitalized and set to be later jailed after he recovered (although the charges were dropped due to diplomatic immunity), Genevieve set her sights on Jack Abbott, but she didn't reveal her name. Jack later learned who she was after she had a public dispute with Colin. Genevieve was upset when Colin was immediately let out of jail, as he had been put under security surveillance. Genevieve gained a bad reputation around a majority of Genoa City residents after playing out her scheme against Colin. Genevieve has met both Victoria Newman and Abby Newman when she came to them about some marketing ideas for their Newman Enterprises company, Beauty of Nature. In addition, she let Victor hear her ideas when she met him at the gym. The two had a small flirtatious relationship, including Victor showing her how to use a punching bag. Colin came to visit Genevieve, and the visit culminated in the two having sex. The next day, Colin called Genevieve in front of Jill and told her that he wanted an official divorce, in an effort to win Jill's love back. Genevieve was extremely hurt and threw a temper tantrum in her house, throwing glass vases and sculptures everywhere and hysterically crying. She got her revenge by telling Jill that she slept with Colin before he filed for divorce. When Colin came to give her the divorce papers, she rubbed this in his face, even after he told her he hoped that they could remain friends. Afterward, Jack came over to visit Genevieve and comfort her after hearing about the divorce. The two began to passionately kiss, and Jack tried to lead her upstairs. Still, Genevieve said that she had only slept with one man: Colin. She didn't think she was ready to be with anyone, and she wasn't sure that she ever would be. She told Jack about how she met Colin and their long, troubled past together. She also mentioned Samantha to him. After their talk, Genevieve decided that she was ready after all to give love a try, and she led Jack upstairs herself as they kissed again.

Genevieve and Jack continue their romance, which can also be called a competition against Jill and Colin, since the four seem to run into each other constantly and try to outdo each other. Jack also hired Genevieve to be an advertising consultant, along with Jill, at Jabot, much to the two women's dismays. Genevieve and Jill's rivalry was extremely tense, which culminated with Jill and Colin having sex on Genevieve's desk. Once Genevieve realized what had happened, she became livid with Jill. Jill then ordered Genevieve to go overseas on a business trip. Jill could not go herself because her granddaughter, Delia Abbott, was diagnosed with leukemia. Genevieve was reluctant, but she had no choice but to go. She plotted a scheme against Jill and Colin before she left. She called Colin over her house to tell him that some of his henchmen from Australia were trying to get in contact with him through her. In reality, no such thing had occurred, but Genevieve offered to retrieve the voicemails from Colin's phone while he went to her wine cellar to get a bottle of wine. She locked him in the wine cellar, and she turned off his phone. She left Colin's sunglasses on a table in her living room, and she left her computer up with two boarding passes for her and Colin to leave the country. When Jill came over looking for Colin, she believed that he left the country with Genevieve. In reality, Genevieve was the only one to leave.

After her departure, Genevieve hired people to torture Colin while he was locked in the cell. They delivered cans of tuna to him, which Genevieve knew that he hated. In addition, someone slipped a note under the door that revealed that Genevieve locked Colin in the wine cellar in order to drain his bank accounts into her own. Colin had discovered only moments before when he opened her safe that Genevieve was tracking his bank account activity. Still, Cane and Jill managed to save Colin and Gloria Bardwell, who also got locked inside.

Genevieve returned to Genoa City on October 12, 2011. When Genevieve returned, she was startled to find Colin's hand wrapped around her throat. She was issued a threat and warning from him. Later, she and Jack went to Gloworm, where Colin manhandled her. Jack and Colin almost got into a physical fight when Jack intervened. This act by Jack moved Genevieve. Later, Genevieve and Jack went back to her home, where they made love. Colin planned to kill Genevieve and Gloria Bardwell. He set up an explosion at Genevieve's house, in a scheme to kill them both after luring them into the house. However, the plan went awry, and Lily Winters became a victim of the explosion, but Cane saved her just in time. Genevieve's housekeeper, Myrna (who is really the insane Patty Williams) was also in the house at the time of the explosion, and she was severely burned in the accident. With the help of Cane and Chance Chancellor, Colin was arrested by Ronan Malloy for setting up the entire scheme on October 21, 2011. Genevieve could not believe that Colin would stoop so low as to try and kill her. She said her final good-byes to him at the police station. She and Jack spent the next few days at the hospital while Myrna was making her recovery. Genevieve had no idea that Myrna was really Jack's crazed ex-wife, Patty. As soon as Jack saw her, he would know who she was. Patty told Genevieve that she was shy about her face since the accident, and Genevieve gave her a shroud to wear so that no one would recognize her (although Genevieve thought it was only so that no one would see her face).

Avery Bailey Clark

Avery Clark
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Jessica Collins
(2011-present)
First appearance July 29, 2011
Created by Maria Arena Bell
Profile
Aliases Avery Bailey
Avery Clark (married name)
Avery Summers (birth name)
Gender Female
Occupation Lawyer

Avery Bailey Clark (née Summers) is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Jessica Collins beginning in July 2011. She was Sharon Newman's new lawyer, hired by her ex-father-in-law, Victor Newman, and she represented her in her ongoing battle for being accused of murdering Skye Newman. She was also the younger sister of Phyllis Summers, revealed for the first time in August 2011.

Character history
Avery was hired by Victor Newman to help Sharon Newman get out of jail. Sharon was wrongfully convicted of murdering Skye Newman, but before she could be sentenced, her then-fiancee, Adam Newman, helped her escape. Sharon stayed in New Mexico until she was discovered there. She had a romance with a local veterinarian, Sam Gibson, while in New Mexico. When she returned to Genoa City, she was sentenced to 30 years in prison without parole. Victor hired Avery as Sharon's new lawyer to get her out of prison. She, as well as Sam, Sharon's son, Noah Newman and Victor, were Sharon's biggest supporters. For a more complete story about the Skye Newman Murder, please see Sharon Newman, Adam Newman or Victor Newman.

Avery pretended to flirt with Adam, in order to figure out if he actually destroyed evidence that could clear Sharon's name. After their first "flirtation", however, Adam realized who she was and started to ignore her. Adam let her know that he knew who she was. Avery found out that Adam did in fact destroy the evidence because he wanted to see Sharon suffer. By blackmailing Spencer, the Genoa City District Attorney, Avery was able to create a new trial for Sharon, much to Adam's dismay. Her arrival in Genoa City also seemed to disturb Phyllis Newman, as she recognized Avery when she researched her on the internet. They ran into each other, and it was discovered that she was Phyllis's younger sister. Adam Newman watched the exchange, but he doesn't know their exact connection yet. The two seemed to have a distressed relationship that involved Phyllis leaving Avery. Phyllis tried to make Avery understand that she had to leave home, although the reason was still unknown. Avery told Phyllis how highly she thought of her when they were younger. Phyllis also asked Avery why she changed her name and added on "Clark". Avery revealed that she was once married, but she and her ex-husband are divorced. Avery left to visit Sharon in prison. She ended up informing Sharon of her relationship to Phyllis, and Sharon worried that she cannot trust her.

On September 6, 2011, Sharon's hearing began with Avery going toe-to-toe with A.D.A. Heather Stevens, who involuntarily took the first chair for the prosecution after the DA, Spencer, told her that he was taking the second chair. Avery's presence in the courtroom is unmatched, which worries Spencer and Heather about the Sharon's looming fate. Later at Crimson Lights, Avery saw Phyllis and Nick making out. She then called Nick to meet with him about the hearing, but she seemed to have other motives. Phyllis came to Avery and told her that she would testify for Sharon if Avery didn't tell anyone about their past together. Just as Phyllis told Avery not to tell anyone that they were sisters, Nick walked in to the courtroom where the two were speaking.

Sharon's new trial resumed, with Adam Newman taking the stand. A.D.A. Heather Stevens did an excellent job of using Adam to make Sharon seem morally lacking. Then, Avery threw the courtroom for a loop when she brought out Adam's previous disposition from Sharon's first trial, where he stated how kind and loving Sharon was and how she would never do anything to hurt anyone. Excited that she seemed to be pulling ahead, Avery was stunned to hear that the D.A., Spencer, already decided to offer Sharon a plea bargain of 3 years in jail. Avery did not want to take the deal because she thought she could get Sharon acquitted. She explained to Sharon that she would be freed in 18 months if she decided to take the deal. Without hesitation and Victor by her side, Sharon told Avery that she wanted to take the deal. Avery met with Nick and asked him to bring Noah and Faith to court for Sharon to see them after she accepted the deal. In reality, Avery knew that by seeing her children, Sharon would not want to accept the plea bargain. She was right; when the judge asked Sharon how she pleaded to involuntary manslaughter, Sharon told him that she was not guilty, after she heard Faith calling for her and saying "mommy". Nick was upset with Avery when he realized her dishonest actions that involved his children; he warned Avery that she better win the trial not only for Sharon, but for Faith and Noah as well.

Meanwhile, Avery ran into Phyllis at Crimson Lights, and she was with her granddaughter, Lucy Abbott. Avery did not know the circumstances under which Phyllis became a grandmother, nor how she took custody of Lucy away from her adopted parents, Billy and Victoria Newman Abbott. When Avery tried to say hello to her great-niece, Phyllis became very wary of her, pulling Lucy away from Avery's reach. Phyllis goes on to say how she worked so hard in order to get Lucy back because she is her family, her blood. Avery retorted that if Phyllis thinks that family should be together, then she should get to know her niece, but Nick walked in on the two fighting, and Avery dropped the argument. She then apologized to Nick for using him to change Sharon's mind. Avery received word that Sharon was attacked by a fellow inmate, and she was approached by another inmate who tried to save Sharon, Daisy Carter. Daisy is Lucy's biological mother, and Phyllis tricked her into thinking that she would save her, when in reality, she only used her to get her daughter. Daisy, who didn't know that Phyllis and Avery were sisters, went on to call Phyllis a "bitch", and she begged Avery to help her get out of prison so she could take her baby back from Phyllis.

Avery decided to take on Daisy's case just to anger Phyllis. By Avery's hand, Phyllis was forced to take Lucy for scheduled visits to the penitentiary where Daisy was staying. Meanwhile, Sharon's trial was coming to a head, and Avery's intern, Ricky Williams, found evidence that would ensure their win. He took scandalous photos of Heather Stevens kissing her one-time fiancee, Adam Newman, after Adam got Heather drunk at a bar and seduced her. In reality, Adam purposely incriminated Heather in order to help Sharon. In the end, the evidence was not needed. Phyllis' budding relationship with Detective Ronan Malloy caused her to find the memory card that Adam threw in the river. Phyllis and Ronan burst into the courtroom, and once the judge heard the evidence that they presented, he dropped all of the charges against Sharon. Sharon, Avery and her family celebrated over her freedom.

Avery was in her room at the Athletic Club when Nick stopped by to thank her for all that she did to help Sharon. After staring longingly at each other for several minutes, Nick grabbed Avery in a passionate embrace, and the two had sex. Phyllis, meanwhile, was at the police station, seducing Ronan Malloy. When Ronan received a phone call that could incriminate Nick, Phyllis called to warn him, only to be shocked when Avery answered his phone. Phyllis came over to Avery's room to find Nick putting on his clothes, and she put the pieces together. Nick became angry with Avery for deliberately luring Phyllis to her room, where she knew that she would find them together. Avery later apologized, telling Nick that her feelings for him had nothing to do with Phyllis. The two reconnected and continued to explore their relationship.

Eden Baldwin

Eden Baldwin
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Erin Sanders
(2008)
Vanessa Marano
(2008-2010)
Jessica Heap
(2011-present)
First appearance September 22, 2008
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer and Scott Hamner
Profile
Nickname(s) Pussycat
(by Lowell)
Aliases Eden Gerick
Gender Female
Occupation Crimson Light's Barista
(August 2011-)
Residence Genoa City Athletic Club

Eden Baldwin is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played first Erin Sanders in 2008, then Vanessa Marano from 2008–2010 and currently by actress Jessica Heap beginning in 2011. She is the half-sister of Michael Baldwin.

Character History
Using an alias, Eden Gerick debuted in 2008 as the daughter of River Baldwin and the half-sister of Michael Baldwin. Raised on an ashram by her father, she never met the rest of her family until River went to Genoa City to visit Michael and was subsequently arrested for crimes he was accused of 40 years prior. Though her father was found innocent, he was revealed to actually be guilty and went on the run again soon after, leaving Eden with Michael.

While in Genoa City, Eden developed a romantic relationship with Noah Newman, but their families were against it. They continued seeing each other in secret until they gained the approval of their families. In 2010, upon being mysteriously contacted by estranged relatives, she decided to leave Genoa City to reconnect with them in Paris. Noah went with her on her trip to Europe.

It was later revealed that Daisy Carter had framed Eden for sending Lauren Fenmore a rat and for keeping newspaper clippings of Sheila Carter in her school binder. Daisy was also responsible for putting Eden and her relatives in contact in order to drive her away from Genoa City because of her suspicion that Daisy was not who she seemed. Noah and Eden continued their love affair in Paris, but at some point, the relationship fell apart off-screen; Noah returned to Genoa City, but Eden decided to remain in Paris.

Later, it was revealed that Eden did not stay in Paris as long as she said she did. In reality, she went to rehab for an eating disorder that she developed while overseas. Eden was at the same rehab in Connecticut that Abby Newman was sent to by her father, Victor Newman. Even though Eden wanted to avoid Abby, she was forced to become her "buddy" and had to show her around and help her get used to the facility. Abby tells Eden that she should come back to Genoa City. After Abby left rehab only a few days after she checked in, Eden decided to cancel her flight back to Paris and book a new one to Genoa City. The first person to see her there was her sister-in-law, Lauren Fenmore Baldwin. Later, she confronted her ex-boyfriend, Noah. Then, she surprised Michael and his brother (who she also treats as brother), Kevin Fisher, at Crimson Lights. Eden and Noah struck up a friendship since she was back in town. It was obvious that Noah still has feelings for Eden, especially after she comforted him when his mother, Sharon Newman, was sentenced to 30 years in prison. Noah tried to kiss Eden one day, but she stopped him, saying that she wasn't sure if that was what is best for them right now. Still, it was also obvious that Eden still had feelings for Noah because she was often seen looking on jealously as Noah hung out with his new friend in town, Hunter. Noah tried to get Hunter a job at Crimson Lights, which Kevin owns. The job was originally offered to Eden, but she declined. As soon as she found out that Hunter wanted the job, she took back what she said, and she now works as a barista at Crimson Lights with Kevin.

Daisy Carter

Daisy Carter
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Yvonne Zima
(2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-Present)
Duration 2009–present
First appearance October 30, 2009
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer, and Scott Hamner
Profile
Aliases Daisy Tompkins
Daisy Sanders
Daisy Callahan
Gender Female
Residence Genoa City Jail
Genoa City, Wisconsin

Daisy Carter is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by Yvonne Zima from October 30, 2009 to May 5, 2010 and again from October 28, 2010 to January 4, 2011. She reappears briefly on March 25 and 28, 2011 before returning since May 26, 2011.

Character history
Daisy is the daughter of Tom Fisher and Sheila Carter, and twin sister to Ryder Callahan and half-sister to Kevin Fisher. Daisy also has two half-sisters, Mary Carter Warwick and Diana Carter.

She was first introduced as Daisy Thompkins (later Sanders), a new friend of Abby Carlton. She worked at Fenmore's boutique and lived in the dorms at her high school. She and Ryder arrived in Genoa City to get revenge against Lauren Fenmore for killing their mother, Sheila Carter. They worked with their aunt Sarah Carter, Sheila's sister, to commit a series of crimes and ultimately kidnap Lauren and Jana Hawkes, her half-brother Kevin's wife at the time. Lauren and Jana were later rescued by Kevin and his half-brother, Michael Baldwin, who is also Lauren's husband.

While involved in the all the chaos against Lauren, Daisy also found herself attracted to Daniel Romalotti, who at the time was married to Amber Moore. After drugging him, she raped an unconscious Daniel, mirroring what her mother did with Lauren's first husband. Afterward, Daisy and Ryder left town, but she promised to return someday. It should be noted that while both blame Lauren for their mother's death, they do not seem to realize that their half-sister, Mary, cut Shelia out of her life because of what she was.

In October 2010, Daisy returned to Genoa City, where she was seen at Billy's Halloween party, much to Lauren's horror. After no sign of Daisy was made, Lauren asked herself if she was just hallucinating. But when Phyllis Summers Newman later went through some party photos, she discovered Daisy in a nun costume. Later, Daniel and Abby find Daisy at his apartment; Daisy then revealed she was pregnant and claimed that Daniel was the father. Daisy suggested a paternity test should be undertaken. Daisy threatened to kill the fetus if Daniels contacted the authorities and turned her in. Abby, who was at the scene, immediately called Ronan Malloy. Ronan then took Daisy and arrested her. A DNA test revealed Daniel was indeed the father of Daisy's child, but he did not take the news well because he hated Daisy. In December 2010, Daisy was put into the custody of Daniel's mother, Phyllis Newman, for the remainder of her pregnancy. Afterwards she would be returned to the Genoa City Jail. Also, Daisy was allowed to stay at Daniel's apartment. On New Year's Eve, Daisy went into labor while Jana, Kevin's ex-wife who still had feelings for him, was at her side. Jana drove Daisy to the hospital, even though this was against Daisy's wishes. She continued driving against her protests, only to stop when Jana spotted Kevin and his new girlfriend, Chloe Mitchell making out at Jimmy's Bar. Seeing Kevin and Chloe together made Jana change her mind about the baby and deliberately let Daisy drive off, leaving Jana abandoned near the bar.

Now New Year's Day 2011, Daniel went to search for Daisy himself after she never showed up to the hospital and found Daisy’s abandoned ankle monitor. Meanwhile, Daisy’s labor intensified, and Daniel later found Daisy parked at the side of the road. Daniel struggled to deliver their daughter as Daisy begged him to make a family with her, but Daisy became angry when he scoffed at her fantasies after she gave birth and knocked him unconscious and pushed him out of the car and disappeared into the night with the baby, while Daniel lay unconscious in the snow at the side of the road. Daisy left later her daughter in a church before to fled the town and runs away in Canada.[clarification needed]

In June 2011, Daisy returned to Genoa City, having been baited by Phyllis Newman' Restless Style blog, regarding the illegal adoption of Daisy's daughter, Lucy, by Billy Abbott and Victoria Newman Abbott. Billy bought Lucy, not knowing that she was Daisy and Daniel's daughter that Daisy abandoned, on the black market. When Phyllis learned of this, she made Daisy come back. Daisy agreed to do what Phyllis said so she could see her daughter grow up and be in her life, despite having no rights. Daniel warned Daisy that Phyllis wouldn't pay her legal bills if they lost the case. She was only a pawn in the custody case where the real prize was Lucy. On June 17, 2011, after testifying that she was forced to do her crimes, which Phyllis told her to lie about in order to win the case, and that life on the run made her have an epiphany, the judge rules in Daisy's favor, while giving Phyllis temporary custody, according to "Daisy's wish" and upon being sent back to jail, Daisy told Daniel, "Look after our daughter." before going back to jail.

On September 23, 2011, Daisy was seen once again, being that she was in the same prison as Sharon Newman. Daisy saw Sharon and walked up to her, telling her that she knew who she was and that they both had someone in common: Phyllis.

Later on in November 2011, Sharon is finally released from prison. Now that Avery Bailey Clark is done with Sharon's case, she agrees to help get Daisy out of prison and back with her daughter Lucy. However, everyone claims this will never happen as she is guilty of everything she was convicted for.

Sam Gibson

Sam Gibson
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Sean Patrick Flanery (2011–present)
First appearance April 18, 2011
Last appearance November 4, 2011
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer and Scott Hamner
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Veterinarian
Residence 416 Orchard Road, Genoa City, Wisconsin
(The apartment above Victoria Newman's garage)

Sam Gibson is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by Sean Patrick Flanery since April 18, 2011.

Character History
Sam entered the picture while convicted felon, Sharon Newman, was on the run after escaping legal custody. Sam accommodated Sharon, under the alias Sherry Coleman, while she took shelter on a local farm where Sam worked. Over the course of the following weeks, Sam supplied Sharon with food and shelter. Sharon began to trust Sam, and they became fast friends. Sharon began slightly opening up to Sam about her family, and later Sam opened up about a past failed marriage that he had. During this time, Sam's young friend, Piper Welch, who lived nearby, met Sharon and took a liking to her. A small bond formed between Sam, Piper and Sharon.

One day, Sam overheard Piper asking Sharon if she had a crush on Sam, in which Sharon replied that she wasn't interested in anyone, which floored Sam. He later helped Sharon when she cut her leg while trying to run off after meeting Piper's father, who had a job in law enforcement. After Sam bandaged Sharon up, he kissed her and asked Sharon on a date, which she accepted to go on. However, Sam wound up standing her up because he got drunk, which caused a small rift between the two. Sam later broke down as he confided in Sharon that he skipped out on their date due to his heartbreak over the death of his dog, O'Keefe. The emotional moment led to the two making love in Sam's bedroom on his farm. Afterwards, Sharon, who didn't regret making love with Sam, tried to flee his farm, fearing she would hurt Sam as they became closer. Sharon wrote Sam a letter, flashing back on her entire life in Genoa City, but then she decided against giving it to him and destroyed the letter. Sam assured Sharon of his feelings for her and asked her to move into his farmhouse, and she accepted his offer. Later, Sam asked Sharon to accompany him to an annual dance celebration, which she initially declined, but later she decided to go when Piper asked her to go with her. She also was persuaded to go after Piper told Sharon how happy Sam was when he was around her. During the dance, the husband of the woman who carjacked Sharon recognized her, and then she was arrested by Sam's law enforcement friends, including Piper's dad, Lee Welch. As Sharon was taken back to Genoa City, Sam followed her as he realized that he didn't want to lose her. Sharon confessed about her true identity and her past, and she assured Sam, who believed in and supported her, that she didn't kill anyone. Sharon was then torn between her feelings for ex-fiance, Adam Newman, and Sam, who was very hostile to Adam from the moment they met.

Upon meeting Victor Newman, who accused Sam of being an opportunist, Sam got upset and stood up to Victor, telling him off, which impressed Victor, making him to see that Sam was a good man. Then, Victor asked him to stick around in Genoa City in hopes of keeping Sharon and Adam apart. Sam stood by Sharon, visiting her in the penitentiary almost every day. After Adam dumped Sharon, Sam stood up to him, at one point punching him in the mouth.

Victor told Sam that his daughter, Victoria Newman, had a room for rent in her home. Victoria's husband, Billy Abbott, left her as their marriage was falling apart. It is unknown whether Victor is trying to set Sam up with Victoria, or if he is merely looking out for him. Either way, Sam showed up to Victoria's home, and she was unaware that her dad mentioned her home to Sam. Although she was taken aback, she did admit to Sam that she had a room available above her garage that she was willing to rent to him. After moving in to the garage apartment, Sam helped Victoria build a bike for her son, Reed Hellstrom, and he also gave her a dog. Still, Sam continued to stick by Sharon, especially during her new hearing in court that her lawyer, Avery Bailey Clark, got for her.

Sam made it his mission to take care of Victoria, after finding out about her recent misfortunes with Lucy and Billy. He cooked her his grandmother's famous chili and played Parcheesi with her at her house. The two seemed to have a great time, but Victoria's mind was still on Billy. Sam was present during Sharon's new trial in court along with Nick Newman and Victor. Unbeknownst to Sam, Billy was back in town with Victor's help. Billy desperately wanted to contact Victoria, but Victor would not allow him to, keeping him locked up in his trailer without contact from the outside world. Victor went as far as to tell Billy that Victoria had moved on from him, most likely in Victor's mind, with Sam. Even though Victoria did not have any romantic feelings towards Sam, Billy was unaware of their new friendship since his absence. On October 28 2011 Sam leaves town for a couple of days to help a friend who took over his practice.

Yolanda Hamilton

Yolanda Hamilton
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Chene Lawson (2005-2006)
Debbi Morgan (2011-present)
First appearance June 30, 2005
Created by Kay Alden and John F. Smith
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Aliases Candy Kane
Harmony
Gender Female
Occupation Currently working as a waitress in a diner

Yolanda "Harmony" Hamilton is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by Chene Lawson from June 30, 2005 to January 24, 2006. The character returned on October 7, 2011 and is now played by former All My Children (Angie Hubbard) star Debbi Morgan.

Character History
When Devon Hamilton finally gained enough courage to see his homeless mother, Yolanda, he found her living in a park, unbelievably skinny and dirty. She was still addicted to drugs, and any money she got she spent on drugs. She explained to Devon that because of her addiction, she would not accept his money when he offered her some. She encouraged her son to return to Genoa City to his new family and to enjoy his life, which he did, but he occasionally returned to check up on her.

Devon eventually visited Yolanda, asking her to check in to a rehab facility, but she refused to do so, claiming that she was finally off the drugs. She went to live with Devon and his new family, but her old habits did not just disappear. She used the watch that she stole from Devon's adopted father, Neil Winters, to buy drugs, which later led to her being found overdosed and unconscious in the park by her son. Later, Yolanda finally decided to go to rehab, and even got a great job at Jabot, but her luck turned on her again when she came on to Neil. She asked Devon to accompany her back home, but then she left without him.

Years later, although unseen, Yolanda had a major role in a different storyline. Devon had found out that he had a sister, Ana Hamilton, who Yolanda gave to her sister, Tyra Hamilton, to raise as her own. Yolanda had apparently cleaned up her act yet again, and she wanted to regain custody of her daughter again after she found a good man, but she never came to Genoa City to claim Ana. Rafe Torres later had Yolanda's parental rights terminated. At Lily Winters and Cane Ashby's wedding, Yolanda and Tyra's aunt, Virginia Hamilton, also dropped another bomb on the family by revealing to Tyra that she and Yolanda were not biological sisters. Tyra was left with Yolanda's mother as a baby, and she was just always considered to be a part of the Hamilton family.

Later, Virginia and Devon discovered an unsent letter that Yolanda wrote to her ex-lover, explaining that he was Devon's father. In summer 2011, it was revealed that the letter that Virginia found was actually a copy, and Yolanda had actually sent the letter to her ex-lover. Meanwhile, Katherine Chancellor knew that her estranged son, Tucker McCall, also had an unknown son that he did not know about. Katherine hired Paul Williams to find her grandson. Tucker was in a band when he was younger, and he had two female groupies, one of whom was nicknamed "Candy Cane". Paul soon found out who Candy Cane was: Yolanda. Tucker's son was then discovered to be none other than Devon. With the cancellation of All My Children on September 23, 2011, the role of Yolanda Hamilton was recast by veteran soap actress Debbi Morgan.

On October 7, 2011, Yolanda came back to Genoa City under the alias "Harmony". On October 13, 2011, Harmony comes face to face to Tucker for the first time since she was pregnant with Devon. However, on October 19, 2011, Harmony claimed she was leaving town because Devon didn't want her in Genoa City any longer.

Harmony surfaces again in Genoa City in November 2011, when she arrives to see Tucker get married to Ashley Abbott McCall (they were already legally married, though they wanted to renew their vows). Neil Winters tells her it isn't her place to be at the wedding, and that she should leave.

Harmony has Thanksgiving dinner with Katherine Chancellor, much to the dismay of Jill Abbott.

Ronan Malloy

Ronan Malloy
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Jeff Branson
First appearance June 22, 2010
Created by Maria Arena Bell
Hogan Sheffer
Scott Hamner
Profile
Aliases Aiden Lansing
(birth name)
Gender Male
Occupation FBI Agent

Ronan Malloy (born Aiden Lansing) is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Jeff Branson from June 2010 to February 2011 and then returned on August 2011.[2] Ronan was born on-screen in August 1986.

Character Introduction
Ronan became Chance Chancellor's new partner at the Genoa City Police Department when he was assigned to help Chance protect Heather Williams, who had been taunted and stalked. Chance immediately had a personality conflict with his new partner. Ronan later revealed that he previously lived in Genoa City, before moving to Los Angeles. Before long, Ronan's true colors began to show as he turned out to be a shady cop in cahoots with Detective Sid Meeks and District Attorney Owen Pomerantz. In July 2010, Ronan was revealed in a phone conversation with Christine Blair to be Nina Webster's long-lost son: the son stolen from her at birth by Rose DeVille. Thus, he and Chance were maternal half-brothers. When Paul Williams, Heather's father, caught him manhandling Heather, Christine stood up for Ronan by revealing the truth that Ronan was actually an undercover cop working with her to protect Heather from shady members of the Justice Department.

Relationships with Heather and Chloe
On July 28, 2010, Ronan received a call from Chloe Mitchell while he was guarding Heather. Chloe wanted to meet him at Jimmy's Bar. Ronan found someone to cover for him to watch Heather. At Jimmy's, Ronan figured out the Chloe was using him to make Chance jealous because Chance cheated on Chloe. It was Chloe's birthday, however, so the two danced and talked at the bar. Ronan saw Chance come in with roses and let Chloe know, then Chloe kissed Ronan right in front of Chance. Ronan told Chance that Detective Meeks was watching Heather, and Chance stormed off to be with her. Chloe felt badly afterwards, but Ronan comforted her. Then, he kissed her. He told her to be careful what she wished for, and then he left. On August 12, 2010, Chloe got a peek at Ronan's driver's license and realized that it was his birthday. Meanwhile, Nina and Paul, who were seeing each other at the time, marked her lost son's birthday on a calendar. Chloe thought it is odd that Ronan and Nina's lost son's birthdays were on the same day, but she did not let Ronan know.

In August 2010, Chloe found out the truth about Ronan: he was Nina's son and Chance's brother. She confronted him at Jimmy's Bar. He made her promise to not tell anyone. On August 24, 2010, Chloe and Ronan were at Crimson Lights, and they talked about telling Nina the truth. Chloe told Ronan that Nina needed him, even if he didn't need her. Chloe and Ronan went back to Chloe's house. While outside Chloe's door, Ronan told her, "I don't usually do blind folds on the first date, but I'll make an exception for you." The two sipped some wine and enjoyed each other's company. Then, Meeks knocked on the door, looking for Ronan. Ronan left Chloe's house, but he came back later to find Chloe arguing with Chance; he told Chloe that Ronan was using her. Chloe threw Chance out, but she told Ronan that she hated keeping the truth from him. When asked if he was really using her, Ronan replied that he and Chloe were using each other. Ronan just wanted to enjoy Chloe's company, but she told him to leave because she was still hung up on Chance. Ronan knew that and agreed to leave. Later, Chloe approached Ronan to talk about what Chance got himself into. When nighttime rolled around, Ronan went back to Chloe's house unannounced. The two argued about telling Chance and Nina the truth and opening up about his feelings. The argument ended in a passionate embrace. Ronan kissed her, and they had sex. The morning after, Ronan left a confused Chloe. He bragged to Chance about sleeping with Chloe; later, Chloe told Chance about her night with Ronan after he forced the information out of her.

On September 9, 2010, Ronan "accidentally" shot Chance. Nina, Paul, Chloe and Heather rushed in just as he was shot. Paramedics pronounced Chance dead on the spot. Ronan was arrested for shooting Chance. At the police station, Chloe confronted Ronan about killing Chance. Ronan told her that he was sorry for doing this to her, and he asked her to one day be able to forgive him. Chloe told him to burn in hell. Ronan was left on the verge of tears. On September 17, 2010, it was revealed that Chance faked his death. Only Chance's parents, Nina and Phillip, as well as Ronan and Christine, were allowed to know that he was still alive, as he was going into the Witness Protection Program. On Thanksgiving 2010, Chloe and Ronan had a heartfelt conversation. They talked about Chance's death again. She was unaware that Chance was alive, and Ronan told her that if he could take it back, he would. Ronan tried to talk to her, but Chloe, still upset over Chance's death, stormed off. Later, Chloe revealed to her best friend, Kevin Fisher, that she had feelings for Ronan, but she couldn't give into them because he "killed" Chance.

Health Complications and Departure
In November 2010, Heather discovered that there was something wrong with Ronan's health. Over and over, Ronan told Heather to butt out, but she refused. By December, it looked like Ronan was taking a turn for the worse when he passed out while talking to Heather. Afterward, she took him to the hospital where the doctor confirmed there may be something wrong with his liver. With some help from her father, Paul, Heather confronted Ronan about Chance's "death", being that she was romantically involved with him when he died. He ended up confessing that Chance was not dead and that he was actually in the Witness Protection Program. He told her that only he, Nina, Phillip and Christine were to know about it because Chance wanted it that way.

In January 2011, it was revealed that Ronan's biological father was a man named Jimmy. Jimmy was killed by the same disease that plagued Ronan. Nina then discovered that Ronan was her lost son. It was determined that Chance was a match for Ronan to receive a partial liver transplant. Chance was forced to leave the Witness Protection Program to help save his brother's life. Immediately after the surgery, Ronan was whisked away by the FBI, leaving Nina, Chance and the rest of the Chancellor family dumbfounded as to why Ronan left. Chance vowed to make Ronan pay. Ronan was last seen recovering in an unknown hospital, doing a word search puzzle in which the question was: "A six-letter word born every minute". Ronan then wrote the word, "suckers".

Return to Genoa City as Murder Investigator
On August 3, 2011, Ronan returned to Genoa City, where he was hired as the lead investigator in the murder of Diane Jenkins. Everyone was surprised to see him back after the way he left months before. Nina, Paul, Katherine Chancellor, Chloe and Heather were all appalled and angered at Ronan for the way that he left. Nina went as far as to say that she didn't even consider him to be her son. Chance was not in Genoa City to see Ronan when he returned because he was on a top secret mission for the military. Heather then got hired to work on the murder investigation with her father, Paul Williams, and Ronan.

Meanwhile, Chloe, after breaking up with her then-boyfriend, Kevin Fisher, decided to track Ronan down and demand answers. Chloe cornered him on a basketball court, but Ronan refused to give her any answers. Later, Chloe banged on Ronan's door, demanding that she tell him what happened. Ronan answered the door in a towel because he just got out of the shower. Chloe barged inside and began pushing Ronan until he grabbed her to stop her, and then the two began to kiss and later had sex. Afterward, Chloe still wanted Ronan to open up to her, and he told her that he had to leave due to his job, and he was already giving her too much information. Chloe didn't believe him, and she stormed out. Ronan then went to the Chancellor Mansion, where Chloe lived, to apologize. His mother, Nina, was there, and she berated him for coming to apologize to Chloe when he could not bring it upon himself to apologize to his own mother. Nina was stunned to learn that Ronan had feelings for Chloe.

When Ronan found out that Chloe was at the hospital with her daughter, Delia Abbott, he went there to see if she was okay. Delia was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. Ronan tried to comfort an upset Chloe; at first she pushed him away, but then she let him hold her. The next day, Ronan came back to the hospital to be met by a very tense Chloe, who once again told him to leave. She apologized to him after she found out that he came to the hospital to get tested to see if he was a bone marrow donor match for Delia. Ronan could not be tested due to his previous liver condition. Chloe softened upon hearing what Ronan tried to do; he was seen looking at Chloe at Delia's bedside as she sang her daughter a lullaby. A few days later, Delia came down with a fever. At the same time, Ronan called Chloe to see how she was coping. When he found out that she was extremely stressed, he came to see her and comfort her at the hospital. Chloe and Ronan shared a moment before Kevin Fisher showed up and took Ronan's place as Chloe's supporter.

Meanwhile, Abby Newman came to Ronan, agreeing to wear a wire in order to frame her stepfather, Tucker McCall, for Diane's murder. When Abby went to Tucker's house, her mother, Ashley Abbott, was the only one there. Ashley was being blackmailed by someone who knew that she was in the park the night that Diane died. She started confessing this secret to Abby, who began to scream at her mother to stop talking because she didn't want to get her in trouble. In the end, Ronan found out that Ashley was in the park and saw Diane the night that she died. He called her into the police station and began to question her, but she only admitted to seeing Diane, not to killing her. Ronan then received a visit from Victor Newman after his daughter, Abby, told him about how she worked with Ronan to accidentally frame her mother. Victor tried to threaten Ronan, but he seemed unaffected. Ronan repeatedly called Ashley to come to the station until she finally gave in. He taunted her, asking her to show him how she bashed Diane's head in with the rock that he was holding. Ashley confessed to him that she saw Diane, and they argued the night that he died, but she told him that if he had any other questions, he needed to speak to her lawyer.

A few days later, Ronan met Cane Ashby in the park to discuss some business that Cane was working on. Cane was upset that his estranged parents, Colin and Genevieve Atkinson, were still lingering in town. Their presence worried Cane's wife, Lily Ashby, because Colin had tried to kidnap her twins Charlie and Mattie Ashby. Consequently, Lily and Cane's relationship was strained. After Cane found a hidden safe in his mother's house, he consulted with Ronan to help him get the evidence he needed to force his parents out of town. When Ronan refused to help him illegally, Cane took matters into his own hands by blowing up the door to the safe in order to get inside. Ronan found Cane at Genevieve's house, just as he began to look inside the safe.

Tucker McCall

Tucker McCall
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Stephen Nichols as Tucker McCall
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by William Russ
(2009-2010)
Stephen Nichols
(2010-present)
Duration 2009–2010, 2010–present
First appearance December 2, 2009
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer. and Scott Hamner
Profile
Nickname(s) Mick (short for McCall)
Gender Male
Occupation
  • Chief Executive Officer of Tucker McCall Unlimited, a worldwide conglomerate
  • Partner in Chancellor Industries
  • Owner of The Viewpoint Hotel & Bar in New York City
  • Airline and Record Company Owner
  • Former Manager of a Band in the '70s
Residence Penthouse

Tucker McCall is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless originated by actor William Russ on December 2, 2009 who played the role until January 26, 2010. Veteran soap actor Stephen Nichols took over the role on January 27, 2010.[4]

About the Role
Russ originated the role, but he was replaced by Nichols due to a change in character direction, according to Maria Arena Bell.[4] Nichols, who began taping for the role on December 17, 2009, described Tucker as "a self-made success, a regular guy who can tend bar and shoot pool and talk s--t with anybody. He’s very unassuming in many ways."[5]

Character History
Tucker McCall was introduced in December 2009, as the employer of J. T. Hellstrom. He perused a business deal with Katherine Chancellor, and also he fell into bed with Jill Foster. Tucker gained control of Kay’s company by having her buy stock in a dummy corporation. He soon revealed that he was her son, whom she gave up for adoption years ago. Tucker had been planning his revenge on Kay for years, and he even went so far as to pay off a woman, Jojo Glover, to pretend to be Kay’s daughter so that he could make his move.

Over the next few months, Tucker’s animosity toward his mother began to soften, and they were eventually able to be civil to one another. Tucker later lost control of Chancellor Industries to Victor Newman, who with help of his son, Adam Newman, stole very important documents from Tucker’s office concerning Chancellor Industries. Victor turned the company back over to Kay, but Tucker blackmailed her into giving him back control of the company by threatening to turn Victor in to the authorities. Katherine then discovered that Tucker’s success started while he was managing a rock band in the 1970s, and he bribed the Cultural Minister of Yugoslavia with a very rare painting. Kay’s plans to blackmail Tucker with this information were put on hold when Kay’s guilt for giving her son away got the best of her. Still, the truth was eventually revealed, leading to Tucker being investigated by the Department of Justice.

Tucker’s employees also included Malcolm Winters and his fiancée, Sofia Dupre. In July 2010, Tucker became involved with Ashley Abbott. Together, the two investigated the shady business deals that Victor conducted with Japanese officials. Meanwhile, Tucker hired Diane Jenkins to work for him, and the two had a one-night-stand in October 2010, despite the fact that he was dating Ashley. In December 2010, Ashley and Tucker announced their engagement, much to the dismay of Ashley’s daughter with Victor, Abby Newman, who resented Tucker for cheating on her mother. Tucker secretly worked with Ashley’s brother, Jack Abbott in order to take the Newman Enterprises cosmetics subsidiary, Beauty of Nature, for himself and merge it with Jabot Cosmetics. They helped Abby, Victoria and Nicholas Newman in their lawsuit against their father. In exchange for his assistance, Tucker named Jack co-CEO of Jabot, and his position was contingent on whether Jack could successfully obtain Beauty of Nature. Behind Jack's back, Tucker offered Victoria the same deal, and whoever got Beauty of Nature first would be the CEO of the newly merged cosmetics company. Ashley learned the truth about Tucker's secret deals with Jack, and she warned him never to use her daughter again. While Jack was nervous about losing Jabot to the Newmans, Ashley realized that she could maintain a balance of power as long as she married Tucker.

After the Newman children won their lawsuit, everyone expected Victor to turn Beauty of Nature over to Victoria. Instead, Kay learned about Tucker and Jack's schemes. She wanted to help Victor by taking down Tucker, but Victor shocked everyone by relaunching Newman Enterprises as a public company. Tucker tried to convince Abby to sell her Newman stock to him, but she refused. Tucker would later by Adam's stock in the company. On May 13, 2011, Tucker was hit by a car being driven by a drunken Abby with Ashley in the passenger seat. Abby had set it up so Ashley would catch Tucker and Diane together. Instead, Abby hit Tucker with the car. Before the police arrived, Ashley switched places with her daughter in order to cover for her, and she was sent to jail.

Tucker suffered massive head trauma, which caused bleeding into his brain, and he was left in a coma. Surgery was performed to stop the bleeding, but Tucker remained in a coma, and he was put on a ventilator. Tucker's living will contained a "Do Not Resuscitate", or DNR, but Katherine used her influence to keep Tucker on the ventilator. In addition, Tucker's lawyer informed Katherine, Sofia and Victor that Tucker's living will left Katherine in charge of McCall Unlimited and Tucker's personal affairs. He also kept $20 million in trust for the son that he was searching for but never found. Kay reversed nearly every decision Tucker made, causing her to clash with Sofia and Ashley. When Ashley finally was freed from jail and went to see Tucker, on June 27, 2011, he woke up, and they married the next day. However, Tucker realized that he suddenly forgot everything business related. He could read, but he cannot comprehend what the sentences mean. Ashley, Tucker and Sofia kept the secret from everyone, fearing that Kay would try to take Tucker's company again.

Kay eventually caught on, and she took Tucker to court, challenging the validity of his marriage to Ashley and whether he was competent enough to run his own company. Ashley and Tucker fought Kay tooth and nail together, until the truth about Tucker's affair with Diane Jenkins came out, and they separated. In August 2011, Diane Jenkins was murdered in the park, and Tucker was one of the many prime suspects, because Diane threatened to tell Ashley about their affair. On August 23, 2011, after reviewing Dr. Kenna's competency report on Tucker, Judge Kelsey ruled to allow Tucker back at the helm of McCall Unlimited. While Tucker was happy to have his company back, he was infuriated with his mother. She had tricked him into selling Jabot to Chancellor Industries, knowing that Tucker could not understand what he was signing. Tucker vowed to get Jabot back at all costs.

Meanwhile, Kay had been secretly looking for Tucker's lost son after she found out about his role in Tucker's will. On September 2, 2011, Kay's friend and detective, Paul Williams confirmed the identity of Tucker's son to be Devon Hamilton, the adopted son of Kay's good friend, Neil Winters. Kay tried to tell Tucker the truth, but he rejected her again. Devon had been working for Tucker's record label, but after Devon's partner, Noah Newman, left him, Tucker fired Devon, who was unable to find a replacement. Knowing that Devon was her grandson, Kay suddenly established her own record company, and she hired Devon to lead the way, while hiding the truth from both Devon and Tucker. When Ashley's niece, Delia Abbott was diagnosed with leukemia and need a bone marrow transplant, Tucker believed it to be a coincidence when, while both being tested, he and Devon shared the same rare blood type.

Abby, who was still upset that her mother took Tucker back and married him so quickly, continued to despise Tucker. When her mother found out that she had been telling the truth, she was overjoyed that Tucker finally got what was coming to him. She then became convinced that Tucker had killed Diane Jenkins, using the evidence that a bottle of calamine lotion was found at the murder site, and Tucker was using the same lotion to treat a rash on his arm. She tried to convince the lead investigator, Ronan Malloy, to arrest Tucker, but he needed more sufficient evidence. Ashley, who was reeling from her niece's cancer diagnosis, fell back into Tucker's arms, and the two reunited. Enraged, Abby decided to wear a wire in order to catch Tucker's murder confession on tape. Instead, Abby ran into her mother, who confessed to her that she was in the park the night that Diane died. Abby's plan backfired, and Tucker and Ashley both found out what Abby did after they found a microphone in their room. Tucker lashed out at Abby, calling her a "stupid little girl". He also found out that Ashley was lying to him about what she was doing on the night of the murder. The couple vowed to not have any more secrets from one another.

Tucker has sues his mother for selling Jabot back to Chancellor Industries and both have agreed to go into arbitration. Tucker has agreed that if he wins the case and regains control of Jabot he will sell it to his brother-in-law Jack Abbott in exchange for Jack testifying for Tucker at the arbitration. Combined with Jack's betrayal and the judge's siding with Tucker in the arbitration, Katherine has a stroke. On October 5, Tucker accidentally overhears Jill and Kay's lawyer, Mitchell Sherman discussing Devon being added to her will. Tucker eventually puts the pieces together and tracks down Devon. Devon is shocked when Tucker tells him they are father and son, and doesn't believe it until Neil confirms it. Tucker later berates Katherine for hiding the truth about Devon's paternity. On October 13, 2011 Tucker came face to face with Yolanda Hamilton or "Candy" or "Harmony" for the first time since she was pregnant with Devon.

Patrick Murphy

Patrick Murphy
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Michael Fairman (2008-present)
First appearance October 29, 2008
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Gender Male
Residence Genoa City, Wisconsin

Patrick Murphy is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, originated by Michael Fairman on October 29, 2008.

Character Background

Patrick Murphy was a long-time friend of Marge Cotrooke, with whom he often talked at Joe Jr.'s diner. His son Francis Murphy died after an accident and his wife Betty died not to long afterward. When Marge ended up in a car accident with her look-alike Katherine Chancellor, Murphy found Kay at the edge of a lake and nursed her back to health, without realizing that 'Marge' was actually Kay. When her health got better, Kay realized who she really was and Murphy accepted her as a friend, but romance also started blooming between the two. They had been trying to prove Kay's identity for a few weeks with help from Amber Moore, Michael Baldwin, Kevin Fisher and others. Murphy was shocked when he returned home one day to find a goodbye note from Katherine claiming that she wasn't really Marge and that she had to leave. Murphy, heartbroken when Katherine could not remember who he was after the explosion (Kay was kidnapped and caught in an explosion by criminals who thought that she was Marge), decided to leave Katherine alone. However, Katherine returned to Murphy after another DNA test showed she was not Katherine, and they reconciled. On March 26, 2009, back at the diner, Murphy expressed his happiness that Katherine had brought to him. He proposed to Katherine and she accepted. He had planned to propose on December 24, 2008, but Kay had slipped and fallen on some ice, so had Murphy decided to wait. He and Kay finally wed on May 1, 2009. In October 2010, Murphy falls gravely ill after he came face to face with Meggie McClaine, a woman from his past. Though mainly its because as he was about to call Victor to warn him about Meggie, Meggie corners him in his car, thus causing him to have a heart attack. When Murphy attempts to take his medication, Meggie cruelly takes his medication from him and sadistically watches him groan in pain and is later found unconscious from his heart attack. As a result, he was a prisoner in his own body at the Genoa City hospital, unable to talk or move; however he could blink his eyes, and was attempting to communicate via morse code with his eyelids. He has since made a full recovery.

Chelsea Lawson

Chelsea Lawson
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Melissa Claire Egan (2011-present)
Duration 2011–present
First appearance November 11, 2011
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Gender Female
Occupation Possible Bartender in Myanmar
Residence Myanmar

Chelsea Lawson is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, originated by Melissa Claire Egan (previously of All My Children) on November 11, 2011. She was introduced as a mystery woman involved in Billy Abbott's arrest in Myanmar.

Storylines

In order to clear his name, Billy Abbott must find Chelsea Lawson, a mystery woman residing in Myanmar. He enlists the help of Cane Ashby to travel to Myanmar in search of Chelsea, as it is unsafe for Billy to leave Genoa City.

When Cane arrives in Myanmar, he asks a female bartender if she has seen Chelsea. She denies that she has ever seen her, though moments after her shift ends, Billy sends Cane a picture of Chelsea. Cane realizes that the bartender he was talking to is in fact Chelsea, and she has now vanished.

Billy's wife Victoria Newman and his mother Jill Abbott decide to travel to Myanmar in search of Billy, as they continue to remain dreadfully worried. Little to they know that Billy has been in Genoa City for almost two months, and Victoria's father Victor Newman has compelled him to hide out from the remainder of the residents, as he does not want him breaking Victoria's heart again. The only people who know that Billy is in fact in Genoa City are Victor, Kevin Fisher, Cane, and Michael Baldwin.

Victoria and Jill search for Billy though remain unsuccessful, until a man claims he knows where Billy is. However, the man is a criminal and they are saved by Cane.

Chelsea is presumed to appear in coming weeks, as his ventures in Myanmar are slowly revealed.

Ricardo Williams

Ricardo "Ricky" Williams
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Unknown actor (2002-2003)
Peter Porte (2011-present)
Duration 2002–2003, 2011–present
First appearance 2002
Profile
Gender Male

Ricardo "Ricky" Williams is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, born onscreen in 2002 as the son of Isabella Brana Williams and Paul Williams. After his mother is committed to a mental facility in August 2003, Ricky was raised by his mother's parents and is unseen for 8 years until he returns in September 2011. Ricky returns to Genoa City working for Avery Bailey Clark during the Sharon Newman case, having rapidly aged.

Character Background

Ricky is born onscreen in 2002. In August 2003, his mother Isabella is committed to a mental facility, causing her to leave town. Paul then brings him to live with Isabella's parents in Los Angeles. It is believed that they raised him.

Ricky returns in September 2011 working for Avery Bailey Clark during the Sharon Newman murder case. He meets his half-sister Heather Stevens for the first time on September 13, 2011. Heather was the general prosecutor in the murder case, causing them to be on opposing sides and therefore begins a rivalry. In October 2011, Ricky takes pictures of Heather kissing Adam Newman, a key suspect in Sharon's case. He orginally intends to give the pictures to Phyllis Summers for Restless Style magazine, however, he gives them to Avery for safe keeping. When Sharon is finally set free on November 2, 2011 thanks to Phyllis and Ronan Malloy, Avery brings the pictures to the courthouse and leaves them on the desk. When Avery isn't looking, Phyllis takes the pictures without Avery knowing. She publishes them on the Internet, and it ruins Heather's reputation. Ricky soon comes clean and confesses that he took the pictures, leaving Heather heartbroken. She leaves Genoa City for New York on November 4, 2011.

Ricky realizes that Phyllis stole the pictures and published them without his permission, and he decides to sue her, with Avery agreeing to represent him. Phyllis is soon arrested for stealing the pictures after Avery files criminal charges. However, she is soon bailed out though must still go to court.

Angelina Veneziano

Angelina Veneziano
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Diana DeGarmo (2011-present)
Duration 2011–present
First appearance November 9, 2011
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Gender Female

Angelina Veneziano is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless. Diana DeGarmo originated the role on November 9, 2011.

Character Background

Angelina is introduced as the daughter of Angelo Veneziano, a romance of Gloria Bardwell. Gloria requests that Devon Hamilton help her with a new-found singing talent, however, everyone, including Gloria, realizes that Angelina has no talent whatsoever.

She soon develops a crush on Gloria's son Kevin Fisher, who recently got engaged to Chloe Mitchell. She chooses to believe that they are not engaged because Chloe isn't wearing an engagement ring, therefore causing a rivalry between Chloe and Angelina.

Angelo Veneziano

Angelo Veneziano
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Unknown actor
Duration 2011–present
First appearance October 31, 2011
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Gender Male

Angelo Veneziano is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, originated by an unknown actor on October 31, 2011.

Character Background

Angelo is introduced as Gloria Bardwell's date to Victoria Newman's Halloween party.

In later episodes, Angelo and Gloria request Devon Hamilton's help with Angelo's daughter, Angelina, with her "new-found singing talent." However, everyone but Angelo and Angelina realize that she has no talent whatsoever.

In coming episodes, Angelo tries repeatedly to engage in a relationship with Gloria, though she keeps pushing him farther and farther away.

Past Characters

The following minor characters from The Young and the Restless are currently alive but have not appeared on the show as of November 2011.

Keemo Volien Abbott

Keemo Abbott
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Philip Moon
(1994-1996)
First appearance July 1994
Last appearance April 1996
Cause/reason Left town after the death of his mother
Created by William J. Bell
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Gender Male
Residence Hong Kong

Keemo Volien Abbott is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor Philip Moon from July 1994 to April 1996. He is the son of Jack Abbott and Luan Volien.

Character History
In July 1994, he was found living in the jungles of Vietnam by Christine Blair and Paul Williams when they went to Hong Kong to locate him to bring him to his mother Luan Volien, who had been shot by robbers at her restaurant in Genoa City.

Upon Keemo's arrival in Genoa City, Keemo resented his parents for abandoning him, but he eventually formed a relationship with them. Keemo developed feelings for Christine, who let him down easy by telling him she wanted be friends. Keemo later became romantically involved with Mari Jo Mason, but he got tired of Mari Jo's mind-games and ended the relationship after she paid a prostitute to sleep with him. In April 1996 when Luan dies from a terminal illness, Keemo leaves Genoa City, along with his sister Mai.

Vance Abrams

Vance Abrams
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by John Sloman
(2010)
Eric Roberts
(2010-2011)
First appearance July 12, 2010
Last appearance April 11, 2011
Cause/reason Ceased Appearing
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer and Scott Hamner
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Attorney
Residence Genoa City, WI

Vance Abrams is a recurring fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless originated by John Sloman on July 12, 2010 before the character was recast with actor Eric Roberts from July 23, 2010 to April 11, 2011. He works at his own law firm alongside Leslie Michaelson.

Representing Adam Newman
In 2010, Adam Newman and his new wife, Skye, hired Vance to be Adam's lawyer because Adam was facing serious charges brought up by his family. Vance promised to make mincemeat of the Newmans and Abbotts, even though they would come after him with guns blazing. Vance held up the newspaper, and Adam and Sharon Newman were on the front page. Vance told Adam that he helped his own cause by continuing to be involved with Sharon. Adam insisted he wasn't using her, and Vance asked if there was anything he needed to know. He told Vance that he confessed to Sharon about his crimes. Vance looked through Sharon's file and learned about her shoplifting history and her trip to the sanitarium. Vance and Skye grinned in anticipation, but Adam refused to let Vance do anything to Sharon. Afterward, Skye told Vance to go after Sharon, despite Adam's pleads against it. When Adam learned of this, he confronted them about them going behind his back. Skye tried to convince Adam to change his mind when Vance warned Adam that if Sharon went on about his confession at the trial, he was going to prison. Adam said they would do this his way and that backing off Sharon was an order.

By the time of the trial, Sharon was first on the witness list. She told the DA that she would completely spill the beans about Adam's confessions. After learning about how serious and intense Vance is from her sister, Traci, Ashley Abbott warned Sharon about Vance. However, she didn't seem concerned. After opening remarks, the DA asked Sharon to come up to the stand, where he asked about her and Adam's courtship, marriage, the note in the plane crash and the night of the ball (see Adam Newman or Sharon Newman for a complete history). Sharon recounted how Adam confessed everything that he did to her and to Ashley. Vance asked to consult with Adam. He and Skye told Adam to let Vance do his job. Adam said his mind was made up. Sharon waited on the stand as Adam told Vance that he was not to wipe the floor with Sharon or else he was fired.

Vance told the court he had no questions. Nicholas Newman, Adam's brother, whispered to Victor Newman, their father, that Adam promised Sharon that his lawyer wouldn't hurt her. Vance cross-examined Ashley and raised her past history with the abortion and being institutionalized (see Ashley Abbott for a more complete history). Ashley was forced to admit that she had been in a sanitarium four times. He suggested that she simply made Adam a scapegoat after the truth about the hysterical pregnancy came out. When Ashley was in tears, Vance finished by pointing out that she had no physical evidence that Adam did any of the things she claimed. Out in the corridor, the Abbotts rehashed the way Vance badgered Ashley. Abby came out seething and said that she wanted to kill Vance. Back in the courtroom, Vance questioned Abby. He asked if this was a publicity stunt and when she said no, he pulled out a poster of her naked on a horse. Jack Abbott was next. Vance pointed out that he worked with Adam to frame Victor for murder and got him sent to jail. Next, Vance questioned Victor. Vance said he denied getting Ashley help when she was mentally ill. Last Vance questioned Nick, who Vance said always had it out for Adam. Victor whispered to Abby that Adam found a lawyer as contemptible as he was. Vance told the judge that everyone who had taken the stand had an ulterior motive where Adam was concerned. Eventually, the judge ruled that the evidence against Adam wasn't valid, and the trial was over. The Abbotts and the Newmans vowed that Adam would pay someday.

Representing Abby, Victoria and Nicholas Newman
Since the Adam Newman case, Vance turned his attention to the young Abby Newman, who was being pressured by her uncle, Jack Abbott, to file a lawsuit against her father, Victor, for mishandling her trust fund. Vance offered his services to a reluctant Abby, but she ultimately agreed. Later on, Abby's sister, Victoria Newman Abbott joined the lawsuit and seemingly hijacked the case away from Abby. Regardless, Vance sparred off with Victor's longtime attorney, Michael Baldwin, regarding the operations of Newman Enterprises and the trust funds of Victoria and Abby.

Adam Newman ended up testifying for Victor in his trial to suggest while he was CEO of Newman Enterprises, he forged trust documents. Thus, Victor had no idea of what was real or not. However, Neil Winters disproved Adam's testimony, and each of the three Newman children won $500 million each. Nicholas Newman joined his sisters in their lawsuit against their father upon finding out that Victor was lying about his involvement with Skye Newman.

Representing Adam Newman Again, and Later Sharon Newman
Around the same time, Skye Newman disappeared and Adam, who was back in a romance with Sharon Newman, was accused of her murder. With little money left, Sharon offered to pay for his legal fees and brought in Vance and his new legal partner, Leslie Michaelson. When Adam testified for Victor against his siblings wishes, Leslie was shocked to see Adam, but he learned that apart of this deal, Victor pledged to come forward to the DA regarding his involvement in Sharon's case and would win a trust of his own. After some detective work by Sharon, Adam's charges were dropped, but as a result of her work, she was now accused of murder. In Hawaii, Sharon found Skye, but after an argument, Skye fell to her death in a volcano. It was soon discovered by Adam, Jack, and Phyllis Summers that Victor set Skye up in Hawaii and he was in Hawaii when Sharon was there to make sure no one learned the truth.

In Sharon's trial, despite the testimony of Victor, and Vance's sharp legal tactics, Sharon was found guilty. Adam feared that this would happen, so he secretly arranged for her to escape afterward. Upon escaping, she was car-jacked and presumed to be dead after the carjackers got into a serious accident.

Current Life
Vance has not been involved in any legal cases since Sharon's murder trial. When Sharon was found alive in New Mexico and brought back to Genoa City for sentencing, Victor hired a new lawyer, Avery Bailey Clark, to help get Sharon out of prison. It is unlikely that Vance will continued to be involved in Sharon's legal woes.

Alex

Alex (last name unknown)
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Nick Chastain
First appearance August 2004
Last appearance July 2006
Cause/reason Left town due to blackmailing
Created by Kay Alden and John F. Smith
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Gender Male

Alex was a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor Nick Chastain for a short time in August 2004 and again in July 2006. He befriends Kevin Fisher and Daniel Romalotti.

Character History
Alex first appeared in 2004 when Kevin Fisher, along with his friend Daniel Romalotti, approached him with a plan to try to hurt Lily Winters. The two did not want Alex to seriously harm Lily. Kevin wanted to save Lily from Alex, so it would look like Kevin was a hero. Alex went against the original plan and attempted to rape Lily after slipping her the date rape drug. After being found out, he left town. Alex soon returned to blackmail Daniel and Kevin, but he left town again after a confrontation with Daniel's mother, Phyllis Summers, and her then-boyfriend, Damon Porter.

Alex reappeared in 2006, asking for money to keep quiet about Kevin and Daniel's plot. The boys paid him off, but Alex continued blackmailing them until they gained blackmail material on him with the help of Kevin's mom, Gloria Fisher, and his employee, Jana Hawkes. Thus, Alex is forced to leave town again for a third time.

Dr. Logan Armstrong

Dr. Logan Armstrong
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Deanna Russo
(2007)
First appearance June 11, 2007
Last appearance October 30, 2007
Cause/reason Left for a Job in Malawi
Created by Lynn Marie Latham and Scott Hamner
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Gender Female
Occupation Student Medical Doctor
Residence Malawi

Dr. Logan Armstrong is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Deanna Russo from June 2007[6] to September 5, 2007. The character made another appearance on October 30, 2007.[7] She had a romance with the late Brad Carlton.

Character History
While hiking in the woods on a remote island, student doctor Logan Armstrong discovered an injured Nicholas Newman, who was in a plane crash. Logan took him back to her cabin, where she nursed him back to health before bringing him back to Genoa City.

Logan stayed in Genoa City for a few months. During her few months in town, she went out on a few dates with Brad Carlton. Logan shared with Brad the tragic story of when she, her late husband,and two sons were involved in a car accident. She was the only one who survived, with the rest of her family tragically dying. Logan took a job working with Genoa City Memorial Hospital during her short time in town, but she left the job and Brad when she left Genoa City to join "Doctors Without Borders" in Malawi.

Colin Atkinson

Colin Atkinson
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Tristan Rogers
(2010-2011)
First appearance December 8, 2010
Last appearance October 26, 2011
Cause/reason Sent to prison in Australia for murder attempt
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer and Scott Hamner
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Gender Male
Residence prison

Colin Atkinson is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by veteran actor Tristan Rogers from December 8, 2010 to October 26, 2011. Colin is the estranged biological father of Cane Ashby, who is Lily Winters' estranged husband. He also married Jill Fenmore, until the marriage was considered invalid since Colin was still married to his first wife, Genevieve.

Character Introduction
Colin arrived in Genoa City after getting out of prison in Australia. He consulted with Blake Joseph, who has been keeping an eye on Cane. Colin became acquainted with Cane's adoptive mother, Jill Abbott Fenmore, who, without knowing who Colin truly was, divulged information about Cane. Shortly afterward, Cane and Colin met face-to-face, but neither let the truth slip about their relationship. Colin later threatened Cane to return to Australia to assume his position in the family's organized criminal situations, or he would reveal Cane's past to Jill and Cane's wife, Lily. Jill later invited Colin to a family dinner with her and a mortified Cane at the Chancellor Estate. Colin then, in front of Jill, indulged in subtle taunts designed to get Cane’s attention while Cane struggled to maintain his composure. Colin went on and told Jill about a "friend" he and Cane had in common, a young woman named Samantha, who is really Cane's sister and Colin's daughter. Colin tells of who Samantha died several years back. Colin unnerved Cane with additional revelations about his past.

Marriage to Jill Fenmore
Jill ended up falling in love with Colin, unaware that he was just using her. On February 2, 2011, they wed, but Cane, who was trying to stop Jill from marrying his father, was shot to death by Blake outside the church. Jill, upon learning the news, was devastated because she loved Cane like a son. After the death of Cane, Colin had been comforting Jill. It actually appeared as though Colin was saddened by his son's death. However, Katherine Chancellor Murphy was still angered by Jill's marriage with Colin, and she felt that Colin was up to no good. Since Cane's death, Colin had been visiting Cane's widow, Lily Ashby and keeping an eye on her twins. Lily thought she had been seeing Cane's ghost, and she began to question her sanity. In May 2011, it was discovered that the ghost was actually Cane's twin brother, Caleb Atkinson. Together, Caleb and Colin put together a plan to make the Winters family believe that Lily lost her mind. Colin's goal was to have Caleb help him kidnap Cane's children, Charlie and Matilda, and bring them to Australia so they could be raised to help Colin work in the Australian mob scene. However, Colin's estranged wife, Genevieve returned to Genoa City, intent on tormenting Colin and making sure he failed in his scheme to steal away their grandchildren.

Family Secrets
The night that his plan was put into place, it already hit trouble when Jill, figuring that Colin was going to surprise her with the babies, followed him around. However, when she confronted Colin at an abandoned estate, she sees Cane, who is pretending to be Caleb. In reality, Caleb was the twin who died on the church steps the day of Jill and Colin's wedding. Cane has been playing his father the entire time into thinking that he was Caleb. When Jill saw Cane, alive and well, she fainted. Jill eventually came to just as Colin and "Caleb" were ready to steal the babies. Colin explained the situation to Jill, and she was horrified to learn that their marriage was a ruse. Then, Neil Winters, Lily's father, came by just as Colin walked into the estate, where he heard music playing. Walking around, he saw his late daughter's ashes and pictures of her laid in the formation of her body. Genevieve confronted Colin, and they argued about his role in the death of Samantha. Genevieve explained the truth about which one of their twin sons was really alive. Colin, however, didn't seem surprised. As they arguing, she pushed him over the edge of the balcony of the house. As he hung on for his life, Jill saw him and ran up to try to save him. Once there, Genevieve explained that she was the real Mrs. Atkinson, and Jill suddenly let Colin go. Colin ended up surviving his fall and was tormented at the hospital by Genevieve. When Jill rushed in, he explained that he was still legally married to Genevieve. Thus, their marriage was invalid. Colin ended up being released from the hospital, and the charges were dropped against him because of diplomatic immunity.

Winning Jill Back and Fighting With Genevieve
Colin later ran to find Jill. He declared that he was going to stay in Genoa City to win her back. Jill, however, refused to forgive Colin for using her and trying to steal Lily and Cane's children. Jill began to slightly warm up to Colin again after he proved that he really wanted her back. Still, Colin once again ruined any chance of rekindling his romance with Jill by sleeping with Genevieve. The next day, Colin told Jill that he filed for divorce from Genevieve, and he went as far as to call Genevieve on the phone in front of Jill and tell her the news. When Colin goes to Genevieve's house to give her the divorce papers, she has the last laugh by telling him that she already told Jill that they slept together. When Colin tries to save himself and come clean to Jill, she refuses to listen to him because she already learned the truth from Genevieve. Colin continues to woo Jill, kicking things up a notch after Genevieve begins to date Jack Abbott. Jill and Genevieve get hired for the same advertising job at Jabot, much to both of their dismay. Colin sent Jill flowers at her new job at Jabot, and Jill finally gave in and kissed Colin on September 1, 2011. The two ended up having sex on Genevieve's desk, which she later found out about.

Genevieve continued to taunt Colin with her new found "friendship" with Jack. When Jill ordered Genevieve to go out of the country on a business trip, Genevieve called Colin to discuss family matters from Australia at her house before she was scheduled to leave. She sent Colin to the wine cellar to get a bottle of wine, and she told him that she would use his phone to retrieve the messages that Colin's men were leaving him on his phone. She then preceded to lock him in the wine cellar, leading Jill to believe that Colin went overseas with her. Gloria Bardwell went to Genevieve's house after the house alarm went off, and when she found Colin in the cellar, she, too, got locked inside. While looking for a secret door, Colin stumbled upon Genevieve's safe. He got Gloria drunk so he could secretly try to open it. When Cane found out that Genevieve had sent Jill a bottle of his family's wine, he went to her house and tried to go in the wine cellar, but he found that the door was locked. Passed out on the floor, Gloria did not hear Cane knocking, and Colin stayed quiet so he could continue to work on the safe. Finally, he unlocked the combination, using the date that he and Genevieve first had sex as the numbers. After looking at several stacks of nonsense papers, Colin discovered record books, and he realized that Genevieve was tracking his bank accounts. Soon after, a paper slipped through the door to the wine cellar. In Genevieve's handwriting, it stated that she locked Colin in the wine cellar in order to give her time to drain all of his bank accounts into her own.

Jill's sister, Lauren Fenmore, was convinced that Colin did not abandon Jill, so she hired Paul Williams to find out his location. When Jill found out that Colin did not leave the country with Genevieve, she and Cane went back to the house and found Colin and Gloria together in the wine cellar. Jill and Colin quickly left together, but Cane stayed behind to investigate, discovering the safe. He could not manage to get the lock open before Colin came back and found him there. Colin accused Cane of conspiring with Genevieve to get revenge on him, but Cane denied all such accusations, swearing on Samantha's life that all he wanted was for Genevieve and Colin to stay away from him. When he reunited with Jill, Colin could not help himself from asking Jill if Genevieve was really on her business trip. Jill became upset when it seemed as though Colin could not get Genevieve off his mind, but she quickly forgave him, and the two romantically reunited at Jill's house.

Murder Schemes and Arrest
For a long time, Cane had been working with Ronan Malloy to expose Colin, as Cane thought Colin was setting up a scheme to kill Genevieve and even Gloria Bardwell. He set up a fake phone call to get Gloria to Genevieve's house, however, due to a family crisis, Gloria had to cancel. Cane's ex-wife Lily soon calls Genevieve and asks her if she can come over to her house to talk. However, when Lily arrives, an explosion, caused and set up by Colin, occurs. Cane rushes Lily out of the burning house, thus saving her life. Genevieve, who wasn't home at the time, gets a call from firefighters moments later.

During this entire time, Colin was with Jill in his suite at the Genoa City Athletic Club, while Jill had handcuffed him to the bed, trying to get the truth out of him. Jill, eventually realizes that he can't be trusted and calls Ronan, who arrests him.

Meanwhile, Genevieve rushes to the hospital to check on her housekeeper Myrna (who has never been seen, only mentioned), who was in the house at the time of the explosion. However, they won't let her in because she's not family. Genevieve and Gloria soon rush to the GCC to witness Colin's arrest and also confront him. Colin is sentenced to life in prison, while Myrna's fate remains unknown. Myrna survives though suffers major burns. She is revealed to be Patty Williams under an alias.

October 25, 2011 marks Colin's final appearance on The Y&R.

River Baldwin

River Baldwin
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Michael Gross
(2008-2009)
First appearance August 15, 2008
Last appearance January 15, 2009
Cause/reason Went on the run from the law
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer and Scott Hamner
Profile
Aliases Lowell Baldwin
Gender Male
Occupation Worked as Geru at an Ashram resort in Malibu, CA

Lowell "River" Baldwin is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor Michael Gross beginning in August 2008 and ending in January 2009. He first appears onscreen as Gloria Fisher's former boyfriend and the father of her son, Michael Baldwin.

Character History
As part of his back story, he and Gloria were anti-establishment hippies, and Lowell left Gloria in 1969, while Michael was still a child, because he was accused of terrorist activity. He stayed on the run for 40 years. Before the character's first appearance, Michael searched for him without success. He accidentally found Lowell, going by the name River, at an Ashram in Malibu. After coming in contact with Michael and his family, River was arrested for the crimes he was accused of 40 years prior. This arrest led his 15-year old daughter, Eden Gerick, to come to Genoa City to support him. River was put on trial and found innocent after Gloria testified on his behalf. Michael discovered though that River was, in fact, guilty of the crimes of which he was accused, and tried to turn him in. River went on the run again, leaving Eden in Genoa City with Michael.

Lillie Belle and Walter Barber

Lillie Belle and Walter Barber
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Norma Donaldson (Lillie: '90-'94)
Robin Braxton (Lillie: '94)
Henry Sanders (Walter: '90-'91)
Bennett Guillory ('92-'94)
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Lillie Belle Barber and Walter Barber are fictional characters on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless. They are the parents of Drucilla and Olivia Barber. They appeared on the show from 1990 to 1994.

Couple History
Lillie Belle, in particular, tended to favor her older daughter, Olivia, because Drucilla was the product of Walter and Lillie Belle having unprotected sex. The favoritism of Olivia over Drucilla caused Dru to run away from home to Genoa City as a teenager. Years later, when Lillie Belle and Walter reunited with Drucilla during a visit to Genoa City, she discovered the truth about her conception. Walter assured Drucilla that he always accepted her despite the fact that the pregnancy was unplanned. Olivia was furious over this revelation and berated her mother mercilessly for mistreating her sister for her entire life. Later, Lillie Belle returned to town after leaving Walter, and she decided to live with Olivia and her husband, Nathan Hastings. Lillie Belle caused various problems in their marriage, and she remained a problem for everyone due to her health situation. Dru tried to get Lillie Belle to move in with her, but Lillie Belle, once again, chose Olivia over Drucilla. Eventually, Walter arrived and took Lillie Belle back home.

Lynne Bassett

Lynne Bassett
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Laura Bryan Birn
(1988-2004)
First appearance April 1988
Last appearance September 2, 2004[8]
Created by William J. Bell
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Gender Female
Occupation Worked several years as a secretary for Paul Williams

Lynne Bassett is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Laura Bryan Birn, the daughter of former longtime Y&R writer Jerry Birn, from Spring 1988 to Fall 2004.

Character History
Paul Williams hires Lynne as his replacement secretary after former secretary Amy Lewis left town to take care of her father. Lynne becomes his friend and was always there for him in his time of need both on the job and off. Lynne also had a crush on Paul, but he never returned her feelings, even though they briefly dated. When Christine Blair was date-raped in 1989, Lynne confided to Christine that she was once a victim of rape.

Lynne committed the crime of breaking and entering into Michael Baldwin's office, in which she, along with Paul's mother, Mary, were arrested as they were looking for evidence that Michael was conspiring with Paul's then- wife, Isabella Brana. In Fall 2004, Lynne was out of a job when Paul closed his practice. He teamed up and went to work as an investigator at the Baldwin and Blair Law Firm with Michael and Christine. Soon after, Lynne leaves town to visit her mother.

Chase Benson

Chase Benson
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Stephen Gregory
(1988-1991)
First appearance July 1988
Last appearance January 1991
Cause/reason Left town or still living in Genoa City (off-screen)
Created by William J. Bell
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Gender Male

Chase Benson is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor Stephen Gregory from July 1988 to January 1991.

Character History
Chase arrived on the scene when Jill Foster Abbott and Katherine Chancellor hired and paid him to get Nina Webster out of Phillip Chancellor III's life. Jill and Kay could not stand Nina, who kept pursuing Phillip and became pregnant with his son, Chance. Chase Benson's job was to keep Nina occupied while Jill and Kay sought custody of Chance, but Nina ended things with Chase after she learned that he was working with Jill and Kay. While escorting Nina, Chase fell for Christine Blair, who did not trust him at all before the truth came out about him working for Jill and Kay.

After the chaos with Jill, Kay and Nina was over, Chase went from being a bad guy to a good guy and became friends with Nina, Christine and Danny Romalotti. Chase was hired at Jabot Cosmetics by Jack Abbott to work in the advertising department. Chase later began flirting with Lauren Fenmore, but he stopped after learning that she was the CEO of Fenmore's Department Stores. In 1990, Chase was fixed up with a woman named Vivian, who was later murdered by David Kimble. Chase was last seen in early 1991.

Rick Bladeson

Rick Bladeson
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Michael Tylo
(1994-1995)
First appearance November 1994
Last appearance 1995
Cause/reason Forced to Leave Town
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Gender Male

Rick Bladeson is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by the same actor, Michael Tylo, from 1994–1995, who also portrayed Rick's twin brother Blade Bladeson.

Character History
Rick was believed to have drowned, and his brother, Blade Bladeson, refused to help him. But in November 1994, Rick turned up alive in Genoa City and was angry with his brother for leaving him to die. Rick went on to date Mari Jo Mason, a woman who he slept with while she was dating his twin, again. Ashley Abbott, Blade's wife, saw them together, and she thought Blade was having an affair. Blade was unable to explain things to Ashley without revealing the truth. Rick kidnapped Blade and replaced him as Ashley's husband. Ashley was overjoyed in the sudden change "Blade" goes through, but Blade managed to escape and convinced Rick to leave town. After they switch places a few more times, Blade died when his car was hit by a train. Rick revealed the truth to Ashley, and she decided to leave Genoa City to privately deal with the pain of her husband's death. Jill and Mari Jo then convinced Rick to get out of town.

Sean Bridges

Sean Bridges
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Christopher Douglas
(March 20, 2001[9]-July 27, 2001[10])

David Lee Russek
(August 6, 2001[11]-July 1, 2002[12])

First appearance March 20, 2001
Last appearance July 1, 2002
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Gender Male

Sean Bridges is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played first by Christopher Douglas (2001), and then David Lee Russek (2001–2002).

Character History
Sean arrived in Genoa City to replace his ex-lover, Phyllis Summers, as Jabot's web designer. He then pursued a relationship with older woman Jill Foster Abbott. While Jill remained wary of his motives, he romanced and won her over. They moved in together, but after Jill rejected his marriage proposals, Sean quit Jabot and returned to New York City.

Lauralee "Lorie" Brooks

Lauralee "Lorie" Brooks
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Jaime Lyn Bauer
(1973-1982, 1984, 2002)
First appearance March 26, 1973
Last appearance 2002
Cause/reason Moved Back To Chicago
Created by William J. Bell
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Gender Female
Occupation Author
Residence Chicago

Lauralee "Lorie" Brooks (formerly Prentiss and Hollister) is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by original cast member actress Jaime Lyn Bauer from the series debut on March 26, 1973 to 1982. The character returned two other times, in 1984 and 2002.

Character history
Lorie Brooks was the birth daughter of Bruce Henderson and Jennifer Brooks. Stuart Brooks was her legal father. In 1973, Lorie and Mark Henderson were engaged to be married. Bruce Henderson was Mark's father, and he unknowingly was also Lorie's father. Lorie and Mark canceled the wedding upon learning they were half-siblings. Jennifer, Lorie's mother, had an extra-marital affair with Bruce, which produced their daughter, Lorie, while she was married to Stuart Brooks.

Lorie was friends with Jed Andrews. He truly loved her, but she only had eyes for Brad Elliot at the time. Leslie Brooks, who was Lorie's half-sister through their mother, and Lorie first fought over Brad and then later Lance Prentiss. A triangle stretched into a square when Lance's sea captain brother, Lucas Prentiss, arrived. Lucas was the youngest of Vanessa Prentiss' two sons. Despite Vanessa's plotting, she couldn't keep Lorie away from her boys. Vanessa strongly disapproved of Lance's relationship with Lorie, but Lorie and Lance got married anyway. The marriage ended in 1978.

Vanessa tried to shoot Lorie in 1977. Jill Foster managed to seduce Stuart Brooks, but Stuart's children saw Jill as a gold digger. Their interferences nearly ruined their relationship. However, Jill was able to fake a pregnancy and marry Stuart. A short time later, Jill focused her attention on Derek Thurston and divorced Stuart, as he moved on with Jill's mother Liz Foster.

When Lance and Lorie reconciled in 1981, Vanessa committed suicide by jumping off her balcony. In reality, she had just found out that she had a terminal illness, and she framed Lorie for her murder. Soon after, Lorie decided to battle her sister for the custody of her sister's son, Brooks Prentiss.

Later, Lorie got caught up in a love triangle between new Genoa City business Victor Newman, his wife Julia Newman and Brock Reynolds. Lorie began an affair with Victor as Julia began an affair with Brock. Julia admitted to Victor that she was falling in love with Brock, but she and Brock were not lovers. Julia agreed to break up with Brock only if Victor would commit completely to their marriage. Victor was not convinced and turned to Lorie for attention. Later on, Brock caught Victor and Lorie kissing, so he tried to resume his romance with Julia. Brock finally left town because of Julia's inability to end her marriage to Victor. However, Julia ended up leaving Victor after her affair with photographer Michael Scott.

Around the same time, Victor acquired Julia's ex-husband's company, Prentiss Industries. In 1982, Lorie and her ex-husband's brother, Lucas Prentiss, came up with a scheme that Lorie would seduce a newly single Victor into marriage and then, just before the wedding, convince him to sign over to her the controlling stock shares in Prentiss. It worked. Before the ceremony, Victor handed Lorie a document that gave her control of Prentiss Industries. Shortly thereafter, Victor searched for Lorie who had suddenly disappeared. Instead, he found a letter from Lorie, with her engagement ring, informing him that she wasn't interested in marrying him. Despite the scheme, Lorie did seem to fall in love with Victor. However, she packed her bags and arranged a meeting with Lucas before leaving town. To Lucas' surprise, Lorie announced that she had won control of Prentiss Industries from Victor and was returning the company to not Lucas, but his brother and her one-time husband, Lance Prentiss. Lorie left Genoa City soon after.

In 1984, Lorie Brooks returned to Genoa City briefly to see Nikki Reed and Victor marry. Over the course of the next two decades, Lorie married Maxwell Hollister. In 2002, Victor learned that a hostile takeover was threatening Julia Newman Martin's design firm, Martin Designs, so he dropped everything to go to Lake Forest, Illinois. They met with Lorie's husband, Max Hollister, although Victor had no idea that he was Lorie's husband, nor did Max know that his wife had any connection to Victor. Max refused to accept Victor's offer to help out Julia with her company by buying all the stock in Martin Designs, even at ten percent over the value. Before Hollister could leave, Victor promised to create a similar design division at Newman Enterprises and put Julia in charge of it, which would attack Hollister's company at its weak spots and run him out of business. Soon after, Max tried to publicly destroy Victor. He later learned of Lorie's past with Victor when she confronted him in Genoa City about signing divorce papers. Max ended up getting Lorie involved in a dirty scheme that involved breaking up Victor and Nikki, as they prepared for their next wedding. Max had Lorie invite Victor to her hotel room with a sexy note signed by Nikki. She had seduction in mind and a camera feeding the television in Max's adjoining room, where Max was treating Nikki to a private lunch.

Once the day came, their plan was enacted and seemed to go as planned. As Lorie and Victor reminisced, and he ended up apologizing to her for the way he treated her. Lorie was so overwhelmed by his sincerity after what she had done to him that she couldn't even turn on the camera. Max got tired of waiting and dragged Nikki into Lorie's room in time to catch Lorie and Victor in a parting hug. Nikki and Victor both realized it was a setup. Nikki walked out, leaving Victor there to threaten them both. After Victor left, Max and Lorie fought, and Lorie felt ashamed that she ruined her relationship with Victor for nothing. Lorie left town soon after, and Victor and Nikki finally remarried in September 2002, with Max sending them flowers.

Amanda Browning

Amanda Browning
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Denice Duff
(2001-2002)
First appearance August 31, 2001
Last appearance July 5, 2002
Cause/reason Paid off by Jill to leave town
Created by Kay Alden and Trent Jones
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Gender Female

Amanda Browning is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Denice Duff from August 31, 2001[13] to July 5, 2002.[14] She is the mother of Mackenzie Browning.

Character History
Amanda Browning, and her former lover, Brock Reynolds, had a daughter together named Mackenzie. As part of her history, Amanda and Brock fell in love off screen while working together in India. The relationship ended when Amanda left the country with their baby. Amanda married Ralph, who abused Mackenzie. She did not believe her daughter, so Mac ran away.

In 2001, Amanda arrived in Genoa City looking for her daughter after Brittany Hodges set out looking to locate Mac's mother. After realizing the truth about the abuse, Amanda divorces Ralph and returns to town to become closer to her daughter again. She begins volunteering at the homeless shelter where Mac used to stay. Ralph tracks her down in Genoa City. Knowing she is close to Katherine Chancellor, Ralph takes advantage of this and blackmails Amanda into stealing things from the Chancellor house. Ralph's terrorizing of Amanda is stopped by Larry Warton, with whom Amanda has developed a relationship. Amanda chooses to leave town after Jill Foster Abbott shows her the security camera footage of Amanda stealing jewels from the mansion and nearly getting people killed.

Ryder Callahan

Ryder Callahan
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Wilson Bethel
(2009-2010, 2011)
First appearance June 23, 2009
Last appearance March 3, 2011
Cause/reason Left town
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer and Scott Hamner
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Gender Male

Ryder Callahan is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless. He was played by actor Wilson Bethel from June 23, 2009 to August 3, 2010 and briefly on March 3, 2011.

Character History
Ryder Callahan is the son of Tom Fisher and Sheila Carter, and the twin brother of Daisy Carter. He is the paternal half-brother of Kevin Fisher, and the maternal half-brother of Mary Carter Warwick and Diana Carter.

Ryder first appeared as a sidekick of Deacon Sharpe. Ryder later came to Kevin and revealed their connection through Tom Fisher. After a DNA test, it was proven that Ryder was Kevin's half-brother. Ryder and Daisy came to Genoa City to get revenge on Lauren Fenmore, who they held responsible for their mother's death. With the help of their aunt, Sarah Carter, they committed a series of crimes and eventually kidnapped Lauren and Jana Hawkes. Kevin and Michael Baldwin discovered where they were being held and rescued them.

Daisy and Ryder escaped Genoa City, but he later returned and turned himself in. He began a friendship with Jana. She was sympathetic to him because he showed her kindness during the kidnapping. Jana left Kevin, her husband, for Ryder, and they left Genoa City together. She tried to get him to return to face the charges against him, but he refused.

Ryder returned briefly to Genoa City in March 2011 to see Jana, asking for her help in searching for Daisy's baby that she abandoned after Daniel Romalotti, the baby's father, helped her deliver him. Ryder is unaware that Jana was his niece's nanny. Then, he left town again.

Rumored crossover to The Bold and the Beautiful
In June 2011, several television magazines and press had stated that Ryder was strongly rumored to be joining The Bold and the Beautiful for an extended run in fall 2011, crossing over from The Young and the Restless in a possible major cross-over storyline development, which would not only involve Ryder and James Warwick, but also several other characters from both series. It was also speculated that Ryder's half-sister, Mary, would be introduced into the storyline and return to the canvas for a recurring guest appearance on The Young and the Restless, along with a extended return to The Bold and the Beautiful. If this occurred, she would appear for the first time as a series regular since 2002, while also being a guest star on The Young and the Restless simultaneously.

Molly Carter

Molly Carter
The Young and the Restless
The Bold and the Beautiful
Portrayed by Marilyn Alex
(1991-1993, 1995 on Y&R)
(1992, 1994, 1997-1998 on B&B)
First appearance June 1991 (on Y&R)
October 1992 (on B&B)
Last appearance 1995 (on Y&R)
April 27, 1998 (on B&B)
Cause/reason Left town
Created by William J. Bell
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Gender Female

Molly Carter is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by Marilyn Alex from on The Young and the Restless from June 1991 to February 1993 and again briefly in 1995. The character was on The Bold and the Beautiful from October to November 1992 and again in April 1994 and once again from January 23, 1997[15] to April 27, 1998.[16]

Character History
Molly Carter is the mother of former nurse Sheila Carter and Sarah Carter. When Molly visited her daughter in 1991, she discovered that Sheila stole Lauren Fenmore's newborn son, Scotty, and was passing him off as her own. After Molly suffered a stroke that left her inarticulate, Sheila sent her back to her farmhouse in Michigan, but Molly partly regained her voice and was able to communicate the truth to Lauren. Furious, Sheila kidnapped both Lauren and Molly and held them hostage at the farmhouse. An accidental fire broke loose and everyone believed Sheila perished in the flames. Lauren and Molly were rescued by Paul Williams and his secretary, Lynne Bassett.

It was revealed that Sheila had escaped the farmhouse fire and started a new life in Los Angeles. She began to use Molly to win Lauren's favor in the hopes that Lauren would eventually forgive her for her crimes. Then, Sheila could marry the renowned fashion CEO, Eric Forrester. Her plan, however, did not work; Lauren and Sheila remained at odds for years. Molly returned to Los Angeles years later to attend Sheila's wedding to James Warwick.


Wesley Carter

Wesley Carter
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Ben Watkins
(2002-2004)
First appearance August 26, 2002
Last appearance January 20, 2004
Cause/reason Left town after his break-up with Olivia Winters
Created by Kay Alden, Trent Jones and John F. Smith
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Nickname(s) Wes
Gender Male
Occupation Psychiatrist
Residence Paris, France

Wesley Carter is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor Ben Watkins from August 26, 2002[17] to January 20, 2004.[18]

Character History
When Drucilla Winters returned to Genoa City from Paris with her rebellious teenage daughter Lily, Dru's boyfriend Wesley, a psychiatrist, appeared when Lily called him to take her and Dru back to Paris. After Lily persuaded Wesley to fly out to Genoa City, Dru was surprised by Wesley's arrival. Wesley then met and introduced himself to Dru's ex-husband, Neil Winters, who was dealing with his alcoholism issue. Wesley tried to convince Neil to let Lily and Dru move back to Paris. During this time, Neil's companion, Serena, asked Wesley for help in keeping Neil and Dru apart. Wesley later told Neil about Serena's feelings for him. Wesley began questioning Dru about her feelings for Neil. When Neil insisted he and Dru should live together for Lily to have a sense of family, Wesley wasn't happy about the idea other than Lily having a real family; then, Wes proposed to Dru.

In order to keep Wesley out of his way of getting back with Dru, Neil asked Dru's sister, Olivia, to keep Wesley busy. Wesley started to realize the extent of Dru's feelings for Neil by the end of the year when she changed her mind about spending the holidays with Wesley in Paris. She later told him she and Lily were moving in with Neil. Even though he and Dru were growing apart, Wesley remained close with Lily and occasionally gave her advice for her problems. Wesley decided to stay in town despite his separation from Dru.

When Olivia and Wesley confided in each other about their relationship situations, they became close and began a romantic relationship. Afterwards, Wesley and Dru officially ended their relationship. Olivia was afraid of moving too fast with Wes, but he later surprised her with a candlelight dinner and explained he wanted a chance to be with her. Months later, Wesley proposed to a hesitant Olivia, who weeks later, finally accepted his proposal. While in town, Wesley helped Christine Blair by hypnotizing her after she presumably had killed Isabella Brana, who was actually alive. After a few months, Olivia and Wesley called off their engagement, and he moved back to Paris.

Tomas Del Cerro

Tomas Del Cerro
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Francesco Quinn
(1999-2001)
First appearance October 1, 1999
Last appearance January 31, 2001
Cause/reason Left town
Created by Kay Alden
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Book Author

Tomas Del Cerro is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor Francesco Quinn from October 1, 1999[19] to January 31, 2001.[20]

Character History
Nina Webster met world renowned novelist, Tomas Del Cerro, in 1999, and the two developed a friendship as they spent time together discussing novel writing. Nina felt that Tomas tried to distance himself and hold back his feelings. Even though Nina found out that Tomas was suffering from writer's block at the time, he helped her continue her career, and they became lovers. Tomas helped Nina deal with the fact that she never found her baby that had been stolen by Rose DeVille. Nina's career began to thrive after Tomas' publisher expresses interest in her novel. Tomas decided to propose to Nina, and she reluctantly accepted. Still, their relationship was soon over because Tomas was unable to get past Nina's new-found success as a writer. Nina left town with her son, Chance Chancellor, and Tomas disappeared from Genoa City.

Phillip Chancellor III

Phillip Chancellor III
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Dick Billingsley
(1978–1981)
Chris Hebert
(1981-1982)
Jimmy Keegan
(1983)
Thom Bierdz
(1986-1989, 2004, 2009, 2010, 2011)
First appearance December 1976
Last appearance May 30, 2011
Cause/reason Returned to home in Australia
Created by William J. Bell
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Aliases Phillip Foster
(birth name)
Langley Ashby
Gender Male
Residence Australia

Phillip Robert Chancellor III is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Dick Billingsley from 1978 to 1981. Then, the role was played by Chris Hebert from November 1981 to December 1982. Jimmy Keegan played the role in one episode in December 1983 and finally the most well-known portrayer of the role, Thom Bierdz, began playing the role on May 13, 1986 through June 2, 1989. Bierdz made a guest appearance on July 6, 2004 and returned on a recurring basis from May 15, 2009 through November 19, 2009 and again from August 26, 2010 to September 28, 2010. Bierdz returned again between February 9, 2011 to May 30, 2011.

Character History
Phillip III is the son of Jill Foster and the late Phillip Chancellor II. He was born onscreen in December 1976 and appeared as a toddler by 1978. In 1982, Jill began seeing John Abbott and introduced Phillip to John, making both John and Phillip uncomfortable around each other. Later that year, Phillip acted out, forcing Jill to send him to boarding school. In the following year at Christmas time, on behalf of her mother, Liz Foster, Jill called Phillip at boarding school; he told her he did not want to spend the holidays with her.

In 1986, the Phillip III's character was aged to a teenager, and he returned to town after Jill was shot. After Jill recovered, Phillip stayed in town but was resentful about the lack of time Jill spent with him while he grew up. Months later, Jill and her enemy, Katherine Chancellor, fought over Phillip while he dealt with his alcohol addiction. He also became the center of a love triangle between best friends Christine Blair and Nina Webster. After seducing him while he was drunk, Nina became pregnant with Phillip's son, Phillip Chancellor IV, also known as Chance. Phillip III then married the mother of his child, Nina. The stress of being a father, husband, and the son that Jill and Katherine wanted led Phillip to rely on his alcohol. While drunk, he got into an car accident and "died".

In 2009, Phillip III returned, revealing he staged his death because of all the stress in his life and to keep his homosexuality a secret. During his absence, Phillip sent his friend, Cane Ashby, to Genoa City as a replacement son of sorts for his mother and to fill the void he left behind for his family. When their ruse was discovered, Phillip attempted to form a relationship with his son, Chance, but decided to return to Australia.

On September 9, 2010, Phillip's son, Chance, was accidentally shot "dead" by his maternal half-brother, Ronan Malloy. Chance was pronounced dead at the scene. On September 17, 2010, it was revealed that Chance faked his death. Only Nina, Phillip, Ronan, Katherine and Christine must know that he was still "alive", as he was going into the Witness Protection Program. Phillip then left to go back home to Australia after Chance left to go into the Witness Protection Program.

On September 8, 2011, Jill told Esther Valentine that Phillip got tested to see if he was a match for his half-niece, Cordelia Abbott's bone marrow transplant, but the lab that he went to in Australia told him that he was not a match.

Doris Collins

Doris Collins
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Victoria Ann Lewis (1994)
Karen Hensel
(1994-present)
Duration 1994–2003, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2011
First appearance April 1994
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Gender Female

Doris Collins is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor Victoria Ann Lewis in 1994 and Karen Hensel in 1994 until May 28, 2003, and again in 2005, February 9, 2009 and until the present.

Character History
Before debuting on the series, Doris became a paraplegic after going out to search for Sharon in a snowstorm and getting in a car accident. Doris was once again shaken up when her daughter Sharon Newman became pregnant at sixteen years old. She suggested that her daughter give up the baby, Cassie Newman, for adoption. Sharon agreed, but years later, both Doris and Sharon were overjoyed when they were reunited with Cassie. Doris has been there for Sharon whenever she needs advice and continues to visit periodically. Doris' last visit was in Summer 2011 when Nick Newman invited her back to Genoa City to help him and Sharon's children, Noah Newman and Faith Newman, spread Sharon's "ashes" when they believed that she was killed in a car accident.

Steve Connelly

Steve Connelly
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Greg Wrangler
(1992, 1993-1996, 2001, 2009)
First appearance June 1992
Last appearance October 9, 2009
Cause/reason Moved back to New York City
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Book Publisher
Residence New York City

Steve Connelly is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor Greg Wrangler originally from June to August 1992 and again from April 1993 to 1996. Steve briefly returned from September 21, 2001[21] to December 17, 2001.[22] Steve made another visit from September 17 to October 9, 2009.

Character History
Steve Connelly was the publisher of Traci Abbott's book. He moved to Genoa City to help Traci out with writing. The two bonded and soon started a relationship, which caused her ex-husband, Brad Carlton, to become jealous. Traci eventually decided to leave town and go to New York with Steve and her daughter with Brad, Colleen. Steve and Traci got married off-screen. In 2001, Traci revealed that Steve was cheating on her, and she moved back to Genoa City. Colleen was hurt by the fighting between Traci and Steve, while Ashley Abbott, who feared that Traci's return might threaten her current marriage to Brad, encouraged Traci to try and work on her marriage with Steve. Steve and Traci eventually reconciled and returned to New York with Colleen. A rebellious streak in Colleen forced Traci and Steve to send her to live in Genoa City, where she wound up having all kinds of adventures of her own. Steve returned to Genoa City in 2009 to support Traci after Colleen tragically died.

Kurt Costner

Kurt Costner
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Leigh McCloskey
(November 26, 1996[23]-
August 21, 1997[24])
First appearance November 26, 1996
Last appearance August 21, 1997
Cause/reason Moved to Kansas with Hope Wilson
Created by Kay Alden
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Doctor
Residence Kansas

Kurt Costner is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Leigh McCloskey from November 1996 to August 1997.

Character History
While walking through the woods, Ashley Abbott was rescued from two thugs by the mysterious Kurt Costner. During her rescue, Kurt wound up being shot, and Ashley went along as he was rushed to the hospital. An attraction grew between the two, and they began dating, but Kurt's mysterious past kept getting in the way of their happiness. Kurt's past included a wife and a daughter who were killed in a car accident, something that Kurt had always blamed himself for. Ashley eventually proved that Kurt was not responsible for it. Kurt also saved the life of Hope Wilson, an event that pushed him to decide to become a doctor again. Stuck between two women, Ashley and Hope, he eventually chose to go to Kansas with Hope.

Michael Crawford

Michael Crawford
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Colby Chester
(1985-1990, 1991)
First appearance October 1985
Last appearance October 1991
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Defense Lawyer
Residence New York

Michael Crawford is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by actor Colby Chester from October 1985 to 1990.

Character History
Michael was one of the Genoa City's active lawyers during the 1980s. He entered the picture when Jill Foster Abbott approached him for representation in her divorce from John Abbott. During that time, he began having an affair with Jill during and after her first divorce from John. Michael and Jill later ended their affair. In 1986, he saved Jill's life after she was shot by who was thought to be Katherine, John or Jack but it turned out to be Sven, a masseur at the Genoa City Hotel that Jill rejected earlier.

From 1989 into early 1990, Michael represented Nina Webster in her lawsuit against Katherine Chancellor and Jill for possession of Phillip Chancellor III's estate after his presumed death. Michael was last seen in 1990 before moving to Chicago. In October 1991, Jill had some problems with Nina and her mother, Flo. Jill called Michael's secretary in Chicago, and Jill was informed that Michael moved his law practices to New York (off-screen).

Gary Dawson

Gary Dawson
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Ricky Paull Goldin
(Oct. 5, 1999[25]-Aug. 29, 2000[26])
First appearance October 5, 1999
Last appearance August 29, 2000
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Former Marketing Expert
Residence Sanitarium

Gary Dawson is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Ricky Paull Goldin from October 1999 to August 2000.

Character History
Gary Dawson was a shy man who worked as a marketing expert. Victoria Newman was attracted to him, and they began a relationship, although Victoria was unaware that Gary was actually the man who has been stalking her for weeks. In Gary's apartment, Victoria eventually found a collage of her photos, including the centerfold she posed for years earlier. Gary kidnapped Victoria and held her hostage in the Newman's tree house before she was eventually rescued by her brother, Nick Newman, and her friend, Paul Williams. Gary ended up in a sanitarium where he currently resides.

Rafael Delgado

Rafael Delgado
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Carlos Bernard
(Jan. 25, 1999[27]-July 26, 1999[28])
First appearance January 25, 1999
Last appearance July 26, 1999
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Painter
Residence Madrid, Spain

Rafael Delgado is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Carlos Bernard from January 1999 to July 1999.

Character History
Rafael made his first appearance in Genoa City when his stepsister, Ashley Abbott, went to Madrid to rescue him. Ashley's biological father, Brent Davis, was married to Rafael's mother, who was never named. Ashley helped him out by buying back forged paintings that he had painted and sold to unsuspecting customers. Ashley's husband at the time, Cole Howard, assumed that Ashley was having an affair with Rafael without knowing who Rafael actually was. Victoria Newman hooked up with Rafael while trying to break up Ashley and Cole, but nothing serious developed from their short adventure. Rafael then returned to his hometown of Madrid, Spain.

Keith Dennison

Keith Dennison
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Granville Van Dusen
(1997-1998, 1999, 2000, 2001)
David Allen Brooks
(1999)
First appearance January 8, 1997
Last appearance October 4, 2001
Cause/reason Left Town
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Businessman

Keith Dennison is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Granville Van Dusen in 1997-1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001. David Allen Brooks portrayed the character for a short time in 1999.

Character History
Keith Dennison is the father of Tricia Dennison McNeil and Megan Dennison Viscardi. He raised his daughters alone and was overprotective of them, especially Tricia, during her relationship with Ryan McNeil. In 1996, Jill Abbott became involved with Keith. Keith proposed to Jill, but she turned him down.

Keith was against Tricia and Ryan's marriage and was worried that his daughter would end up getting hurt. After she miscarried, Tricia began acting strangely and committed a number of crimes before leaving town with her father. Keith returned to Genoa City later, once again to take care of Tricia, who was slowly losing her mental health. Keith decided to institutionalize his daughter, but she recovered later, even though Keith did not believe her. Tricia tried to kill Keith one day, but he suffered a stroke and ended up comatose in the hospital. Keith left town, but he was contacted by Victoria Newman, who was interested in Tricia's husband, Ryan. Victoria wanted Keith to convince Tricia to leave town as well. Tricia ended up attacking Victoria and fatally shooting Ryan on their wedding day. She was then institutionalized, and Keith has not returned to Genoa City since his daughter's episode.

Primrose DeVille

Primrose DeVille
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Ellen Greene
Duration 2011
First appearance January 7, 2011
Last appearance March 2011
Cause/reason Left Town
Created by Maria Arena Bell
Hogan Sheffer
Scott Hamner
Profile
Nickname(s) Prim
Gender Female
Occupation Child Trafficker

Primrose DeVille is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by actress Ellen Greene from January 7, 2011 to January 14, 2011 and again in March 2011.

Character History
Primrose is the niece of the late black market baby racketeer, Rose DeVille, a notorious woman who once stole the first baby of Nina Webster. Primrose arrived in the picture as Billy Abbott began looking into illegal adoption shortly after he and his wife Victoria got word from their doctor that it would be near impossible for them to conceive a child together. It appeared that Primrose took over the business of her dead aunt as she willing handed over a newborn to Billy, which she got by a money troubled couple. Fugitive Daisy Carter abandoned her daughter with Daniel Romalotti in a safe house, and the couple that found the baby sold her to Primrose. She gave Billy the baby girl after he wired two million dollars for the price of happiness on January 14, 2011. Billy welcomed his new daughter together with Victoria and they name her Lucy Abbott; they did not know that their daughter was the biological daughter of Daniel and Daisy, daughter of psychotic Sheila Carter. Primrose later discovered that Stella, who was really Jana Hawkes in disguise, was faking a pregnancy to gain information about one of her baby deals. After confronting Jana, Primrose left town to avoid a scandal.

Skip and Carol Evans

Skip and Carol Evans
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Christopher Templeton
(May 1983–1993)
Todd Curtis
(1987–1991)
First appearance 1983
Last appearance 1993
Cause/reason Left town
Profile
Occupation Secretary (Carol)
Photographer (Skip)

Skip Evans and Carol Robbins Evans are fictional characters on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by actress Christoper Templeton and actor Todd Curtis from 1983 to 1993.

Couple History
Carol Robbins worked as one of Jabot's executive secretaries, mostly for Jack Abbott. Meanwhile, Skip Evans served as the company's photographer, replacing Joe Blair, who was Christine Blair's cousin. After falling in love, the couple married in 1989 with the support of the Abbotts. Carol survived a childhood illness that left her leg permanently disabled. The illness also prevented her from conceiving a baby, and adoption agencies refused to let them adopt. Carol and Skip then came into contact with a young, unwed pregnant mother, Nancy "Nan" Nolan, who was unsure whether the father of her baby was her boyfriend or the result of a rape. She planned on giving her baby to Carol and Skip after the birth. After her baby was born, Nan discovered that the father was indeed her boyfriend and had second thoughts about giving up her baby to the Skip and Carol. Eventually, she let Skip and Carol adopt her baby after realizing that she was unprepared for the responsibilities of raising a child. Eventually, Carol and Skip left Genoa City with their daughter, Skylar Evans.

Greg Foster

Greg Foster
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by James Houghton
(1973–1976, 2003)
Brian Kerwin
(1976–1977)
Wings Hauser
(1977–1981, 2010)
Howard McGillin
(1981–1982)
First appearance March 1973
Last appearance June 21, 2010
Cause/reason Returned home to Chicago
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Lawyer
Residence Chicago

Greg Foster is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by various actors over the years of 1973 to 2010. He is the son of Liz Foster and William Foster. His siblings are Snapper Foster and Jill Fenmore.

Character History
Greg Foster is the second and youngest son of Bill Foster, Sr. and Liz Foster. Greg has two siblings, Snapper Foster, who put Greg through law school after their father walked out on them, and Jill Foster Abbott, who was adopted at birth.

In late 1973, Greg found himself attracted to his brother's love interest, Christabel "Chris" Brooks, who worked as Greg's secretary at his new law firm. Chris became furious with Greg and eventually quit her job after she learned that her father, Stuart Brooks, had financially helped Greg's new law firm in return for her employment. Greg overcame his feelings for Chris when he fell in love with a woman named Gwen Sherman, who he immediately planned to wed, but he postponed the wedding after he found out that Gwen was a prostitute. Greg tried to help lead Gwen out of prostitution, but Gwen's pimp used physical force to pressure the terrified young woman into continuing to accept clients. Greg finally persuaded Gwen to press charges against her pimp, and Gwen was freed of prostitution. Greg and Gwen's relationship ended when she experienced a spiritual awakening and devoted her life to God as a nun, leaving Greg once again a loser at love.

At the start of 1977, Greg's biological father, Bill, came back to Genoa City with ailing health. Greg then had to represent Snapper, who had been charged with murder after Bill died. His life-support machine was disconnected by Liz, who later had a stroke and lost the memory of what she did. With Greg's help, Snapper was cleared of the murder charges.

In 1978, Greg contributed his legal services at Snapper's clinic while working side-by-side with one of Snapper's employees, Dr. Casey Reed, who Greg pursued a brief relationship with before meeting and falling in love with Casey's sister, Nikki Reed. Greg and Nikki's involvement eventually developed into serious love, and they made plans to marry. However, Nikki was still dealing with the emotional aftermath caused by killing her father, which led her to question her self worth. Nikki's ex-boyfriend, Paul Williams, tried to stop her after he learned of her plans to wed Greg, but Nikki insisted that she loved Greg. Greg and Nikki married at the Brooks family home with their loved ones in attendance. Shortly after they married, Greg and Nikki's marriage took an instant sour turn when married life proved too dull for Nikki, who took a job modeling. The modeling job was really just a front for prostitution where Nikki's client, Walter Addison, was killed. Greg was forced to take on the case of a young man named Tony Baker, who was accused of murdering Walter Addison, before the evidence began to point to Nikki. With Nikki's juvenile ways and tension building, Greg decided to let Nikki go. Later, a hit man arrived in Genoa City with plans to kill Greg, but the hit man accidentally shot Liz, who eventually recovered. Nikki rushed to the hospital when she heard the news, but Greg only chastised Nikki.

In 1981, Greg legally divorced Nikki. During the divorce process, he had fallen for April Stevens. Greg's feelings for April turned hostile when she revealed that Paul Williams, Nikki's ex-boyfriend, was the father of her daughter, Heather Stevens. When Heather became gravely ill, Greg convinced Paul to marry April and be a real father to Heather. Greg then departed Genoa City in 1982.

Greg briefly returned to Genoa City in 2003 with Snapper and Liz, who was set to undergo an operation for a cancer growth. In 2010, Greg made another brief visit when Liz became ill and later died from an incurable disease.

It should be noted that all of Greg's listed nieces and nephews via Jill are not his biological family members. Those including in the extended family of Jill Fenmore are: Phillip Chancellor III, Billy Abbott, Cane Ashby, Chance Chancellor, Delia Abbott, Lucy Abbott, Charles Ashby and Matilda Ashby.

Peter Garrett

Peter Garrett
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Justin Gorance
(Nov. 1995-July 1996, Fall 1997-Jan. 1998)
First appearance November 1995
Last appearance January 1998
Cause/reason Moved to New York with Sasha Green
Profile
Gender Male

Peter Garrett is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Justin Gorance from November 1995 to July 1996, and again in Fall 1997 to January 1998.

Character History
Peter was a man whom Phyllis Summers began dating during her separation from her ex-husband, Danny Romalotti. Phyllis dated Peter, who was also a patient of Phyllis' therapist, in hopes of making Danny jealous. Danny was jealous mostly because of Peter's connection with Phyllis and Danny's son, Daniel, Phyllis' plan backfired because it turned out that Danny was happy that Phyllis and Peter were together. Later, Phyllis ended things with Peter and fixed him up with her friend and former co-worker, Sasha Green, and the two moved to New York.

Nathan Hastings, Jr.

Nathan Hastings, Jr.
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Shantel and Shenice Buford
(1992–1995)
Ashaneese and Nasharin Holderness
(1993, backup babies)
Christopher Pope
(1995)
Malcolm Hunter
(1995–1996)
Bryant Jones
(1996-2002)
Walter Fauntleroy
(2011)
Duration 1992-2002, 2011
First appearance September 22, 1992
Last appearance February 8, 2011
Cause/reason Moved back home to Massachusetts
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Nickname(s) Nate
Gender Male
Occupation Physician
Residence Boston, Massachusetts

Dr. Nathan Oliver "Nate" Hastings, Jr. is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless who was played by a series of infant and child actors between 1992 to 2002 before the character was seen again as a young adult nine years later in 2011. Walter Fauntleroy became the first actor to play the character as an adult on February 8, 2011.

Character History Nate is the son of Olivia Barber Winters and her first husband, the late Nathan Hastings, Sr. He was delivered early due to his mother's ovarian cancer scare. Later, when Olivia found out about her husband's affair with Keesha Monroe, a woman with AIDS, Nathan kidnapped Nate and disappeared. After several weeks on the run, Nathan decided to return Nate to Olivia. When Nate wandered away from his father on a crowded street, Nathan rushed to find his son and was fatally struck by a car.

After Nathan's death, Olivia became close to Malcolm Winters, who also had a soft spot for Nate. Olivia enrolled Nate at the Walnut Grove Academy. Malcolm soon married Olivia and raised the possibility of adopting Nate, who considered Malcolm to be his father, even though he was old enough to remember his biological father. Olivia spent many hours at the hospital as a doctor, and Nate was often neglected; Malcolm and Nate's nanny, Julia, raised him more than his own mother. Olivia and Malcolm eventually divorced, yet Malcolm remained a staple in Nate's life. Olivia contracted aplastic anemia and changed her will so Malcolm's brother, Neil Winters, would raise Nate if she were to pass away. Once Olivia became healthy again, she took away all of Malcolm's paternal rights to Nate; Malcolm later sued Olivia for joint custody and won. Malcolm remained present in Nate's life until he was presumed dead after disappearing from a photoshoot in Africa. Neil became an alcoholic, and Olivia refused to let him see Nate. Therefore, Nate no longer had a father figure in his life. Brad Carlton, Olivia's best friend Ashley Abbott's husband, tried to step in as a father figure to Nate. Still, Nate missed Malcolm, and he decided to go away to boarding school. Malcolm came back to Genoa City to see Nate, but he didn't realize that Nate was away at school. Nate never returned to Genoa City. In 2008, Olivia mentioned that Nate was attending Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland.

After a nine year hiatus, the character returned on screen on February 8, 2011, as the Boston physician treating former FBI agent, Ronan Malloy and his liver ailment. After the situation with Ronan, Nate met up with his family: cousins Lily Winters and Devon Hamilton, as well as Neil and Malcolm; he also met Lily's twins, Charlie Ashby and Mattie Ashby. Nate stayed with Lily for a short time while she mourned the loss of her husband, Cane Ashby. Then, he returned to his home and his work as a physician.

Arthur Hendricks

Arthur Hendricks
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by David Hedison
(2004)
First appearance January 20, 2004[18]
Last appearance November 29, 2004[29]
Cause/reason Left Town
Created by Kay Alden, Trent Jones and John F. Smith
Profile
Gender Male

Arthur Hendricks is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor David Hedison from January to November 2004. He is the father of Tucker McCall and the one-time love of Katherine Chancellor.

Character History
Several years before Katherine Chancellor had arrived in Genoa City, she had an affair with her husband's golfing partner, Arthur Hendricks, which resulted in a pregnancy. Kay had a baby, whom she gave away for adoption and later was thought to be Jill Foster Abbott. In early 2004, Arthur came to Genoa City to visit Kay, and Jill hoped that Arthur would find a way to give Katherine hope for life, being that she was in a downward spiral of alcoholism at that time. Arthur moved into the Chancellor Mansion and got to know his "daughter" better. Arthur, along with several other family members, did an intervention to prevent Kay from drinking anymore, which eventually helped her realize that she needed to go to rehab.

Arthur and Kay became closer again after all of the time that they spent apart. Arthur planned to propose to Kay, but his stepson, Harrison Bartlett, came into town during that time, claiming that Arthur had killed his mother, Eleanor Hendricks, to get his hands on her fortune. Arthur was investigated in the case, but he was never charged. Jill and Kay confronted Arthur about his stepson, but Arthur did not want to get into it. He just said that Harrison had a big hand in ruining his life. Kay decided to trust Arthur and marry him, but he wasn't able to handle the suspicious minds, so he decided to leave town, which prompted yet another feud between Kay and Jill.

While Arthur was still out of town, it was discovered that Jill was not Kay and Arthur's daughter. It later came out that Arthur and Katherine's baby was actually a boy, and his name was Tucker McCall.

Sierra Hoffman

Sierra Hoffman
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Asia Ray Smith
First appearance (February 14, 2003)[30]
Last appearance May 31, 2006
Profile
Gender Female

Sierra Hoffman is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Asia Ray Smith from February 2003 to May 2006.

Character History
Sierra first appeared on-screen in 2003 when she joined Lily Winters and Colleen Carlton as a part of the younger scene in Genoa City. She attended the Walnut Grove Academy with them and went to Genoa City University afterward. She was always there whenever her friends needed help, most notably when Lily was involved with Kevin Fisher and when Colleen had relationship problems. She also was there for Lily when she went on the run with her other boyfriend, Daniel Romalotti. Sierra even gave advice to the young Cassie Newman. Sierra developed a relationship with Devon Hamilton after supporting him during his troubled years of dealing with his drug-addicted mother. Sierra disappeared from the screen during 2006.

Anita and Frederick Hodges

Anita and Frederick Hodges
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Mitzi Kapture
(Aug. '02[31]-Feb. '05[32])
John Martin
(Aug. '02[31]-Feb. '05[32])
First appearance August 14, 2002
Last appearance February 22, 2005
Cause/reason Moved to New York City
Profile
Occupation Banker (Frederick)

Anita and Frederick Hodges are a fictional characters on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Mitzi Kapture and John Martin from August 2002 to February 2005.

Couple History
Anita and Frederick Hodges were the parents of Brittany Hodges. Their marriage was not going well because Anita needed more attention, and Frederick was more focused on his job as a banker. Anita had an affair with the young J.T. Hellstrom, who once dated Brittany. The affair caused a conflict with J.T. and his girlfriend at-the-time, Colleen Carlton. Meanwhile, Frederick sought comfort in the arms of Jill Foster Abbott, but there relationship did not evolve. Frederick was the first family member to see Brittany stripping in Bobby Marsino's strip club. Neither Frederick nor Anita had much of a story aside from being included in their daughter's story lines. Both parents mostly disapproved of Brittany's relationship with Raul Guittierez, but they were not happy when she was dating Bobby either. Anita and Frederick were last seen in early 2005, when Brittany told them that she was pregnant; neither parent offered her any support. They then moved to New York City.

Ben Hollander

Ben Hollander
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Billy Warlock
(May 7, 2007[33]-July 9, 2007,[34] Aug. 17, 2007-Jan. 7, 2008[35])
First appearance May 7, 2007
Last appearance January 7, 2008
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Gender Male
Occupation Former Campaign Manager for Jack Abbott

Ben Hollander is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Billy Warlock from May to July 2007 and from August 2007 to January 2008.

Character History
When Jack Abbott decided to run for the Wisconsin State Senate seat, he fired David Chow as his campaign manager and hired Ben to take over the position. Jack's opponent, Nikki Newman, hired David Chow, and the two campaign managers began their battle for a better campaign. Ben stayed as Jack's manager after Jack had won the election, but he lost his job after Jack had to step down from his seat due to a scandal. Since then, Ben has been working on the John Abbott Memorial Foundation.

Maxwell Hollister

Maxwell Hollister
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Sam Behrens
(March 6, 2002[36]-August 27, 2002[37])
First appearance March 6, 2002
Last appearance August 27, 2002
Cause/reason Left town
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Gender Male
Occupation Businessman

Maxwell Hollister is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Sam Behrens from March to August 2002.

Character History
In 2002, Victor Newman found out that his ex-wife, Julia Newman's design company, Martin Designs, was being threatened by a hostile takeover. Victor flew to Illinois, where he met up with Maxwell. Victor wanted Maxwell to buy all of the stock in Martin Designs at a overpriced value. When Maxwell refused to accept Victor's offer, Victor promised to run Hollister out of business as revenge. He planned on setting up a division of Newman Enterprises that would be similar to Julia's company, and he would demolish Maxwell. Thus, Max was forced to sign the purchase agreement, even though he obviously did not want to. He then went on to seek revenge on Victor by contacting his former lover, Leanna Love. Maxwell appeared on Leanna's TV show, where he revealed that Victor has been visiting his ex-wives, which put his wife at the time, Nikki Newman in doubt over their recent reconciliation.

Victor told Nikki what was really going on, while Max admitted to Victor that he was the one causing him trouble. Leanna decided to drop the story, so Max found himself without a tool to use against Victor. When his estranged wife, Lorie Brooks, came to town to get her divorce from Maxwell, he found out that she was also once Victor's lover, and he asked her to join him in his revenge plot. Lorie fought with Nikki, who warned her to stay away from Victor. Maxwell and Lorie tried to break up Nikki and Victor, but Lorie felt ashamed of what she had done. When Maxwell set up a camera in Victor's hotel room, Lorie was ordered to seduce Victor, and the video feed would be shown in the next room, where Maxwell was treating Nikki to lunch. When Victor apologized to Lorie for treating her poorly, she could not turn on the camera. Nikki and Victor eventually found out the truth, and they later married again. Maxwell was last seen ordering flowers for Nikki and Victor's wedding before he left Genoa City.

Ralph Hunnicutt

Ralph Hunnicutt
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Angelo Tiffe
(Dec. 7, '01,[38] Jan. 14, '02[39])
Daniel Quinn
(Apr. 18, '02[40]-Jul. 5, '02[14])
First appearance December 7, 2001
Last appearance July 5, 2002
Cause/reason Left town
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Gender Male

Ralph Hunnicutt is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Angelo Tiffe from December 2011 to January 2002, and by Daniel Quinn from April 2002 to July 2002. He was Mackenzie Browning's abusive stepfather during his time married to her mother, Amanda Browning.

Character History
Ralph was married to Amanda Browning and played stepfather to her daughter, Mackenzie. Amanda left Ralph when she found out that he was abusing Mac. Amanda did not believe her daughter at first; thus, Mac ran away from home to Genoa City. Amanda came to Genoa City to find Mac, resulting in her leaving Ralph. Angered, Ralph tracked Amanda down, and he began to stalk Mac. He started blackmailing Amanda into stealing things from the Chancellor mansion, where Mackenzie lived with her paternal grandmother, Katherine Chancellor. Mac was shocked to realize that Ralph was in town, and Mac's one-time love, Billy Abbott, jumped to her rescue when Mac came face-to-face with Ralph. Billy hit Ralph in the head, and he thought that he had killed him, but Ralph recovered. He then kidnapped Katherine, but Amanda's new boyfriend, Larry Warton, rescued her. Ralph had plans to get his revenge on Mac, but Larry stopped him in time. Ralph left town, and he was never seen again.

Rebecca Kaplan

Rebecca Kaplan
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Millie Perkins
(Jul. 28, '06[41]-Aug. 16, '06[42])
Lorna Raver
(Sept. 22, '06[43]-Feb. 13, '07[44])
First appearance July 28, 2006
Last appearance February 13, 2007
Cause/reason In hiding from the Nazis
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Aliases Rebecca Montalcini
(maiden name)
Rebecca Carlton
(alias)
Gender Female

Rebecca Kaplan is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Millie Perkins from July to August 2006 and then Lorna Raver from September 2006 to February 2007. Rebecca is the mother of the late Brad Carlton and the grandmother of the late Colleen Carlton.

Character History
In 1943, Rebecca's family members were killed by Nazis during World War II, and Rebecca was put to work in a concentration camp, cataloging stolen Jewish artworks. Rebecca escaped and testified at war crime trials against the commandant, who was sentenced to death. She also returned all of the stolen artworks to their rightful owners. After receiving death threats, Rebecca and her sister, Isabel, immigrated from Rome to the United States, where Rebecca met and married Arturo "Arthur" Kaplan. The couple had two children, George and Stephanie, and the family lived in Ohio. When George and Stephanie were teenagers, the Nazis managed to track the Kaplan family down, and Arthur, Stephanie and Isabel were thus killed. The Nazis mistakenly took Isabel to be her sister, Rebecca, who was spared. Then, Rebecca and George were forced to go on the run from the Nazis, and when George's friend, Brad Carlton, was killed, George took his identity and moved to Genoa City, with Rebecca still in hiding. In July 2006, "Brad," now in his forties, finally told his then-wife, Victoria Newman, and his oldest daughter with Traci Abbott, Colleen Carlton, about his past and his true identity, and introduced them to Rebecca, whom they had believed to be dead. Rebecca continues to stay in hiding, even during Brad's untimely death, when she could not leave hiding in order to come to his funeral.

Deceased Characters

The following minor characters from The Young and the Restless are deceased or believed to be dead.

Luan Volien Abbott

Luan Volien
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Elizabeth Sung
(1994–1996)
First appearance June 1994
Last appearance April 1996
Cause/reason Died from a terminal illness
Created by William J. Bell
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Aliases Mai Yun
Gender Female
Occupation Owner and Hostess of the Saigon Shack Restaurant

Luan Volien is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Elizabeth Sung from the July 1994 to April 1996. She served as a love interest and later wife to Jack Abbott. The two share a son, Keemo Volien Abbott.

Character History
While serving in Vietnam, Jack fell in love with Luan , but they separated at the conclusion of the war. Twenty years later in 1994, Luan appeared in Genoa City, managing and working at her Chinese food restaurant. She and Jack soon reunited. Luan informed Jack that after the war, she gave birth to their son, Keemo. When Luan was shot at her restaurant by burglars, Keemo was found and brought to Genoa City by Christine Blair and Paul Williams. Keemo resented his parents, Luan and Jack, because they abandoned him, but he later made amends with Luan, who recovered from her shooting.

After Luan recovered, she and Jack reunited their former romance and married. Luan's other daughter, Mai, comes to live with them. Shortly after getting married, Luan was diagnosed with a terminal illness and kept it hidden from Jack at first, until later when Jack learned the truth. Luan later died from the terminal illness. Upon his mother's death, Keemo returned back to Hong Kong with Mai in tow.

Caleb Atkinson

Caleb Atkinson
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Daniel Goddard (2011)
First appearance January 2011
Last appearance February 3, 2011
Cause/reason Thought to be Cane Ashby, and was shot to death.
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer and Scott Hamner
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Gender Male

Caleb Atkinson is a fictional character in the American soap opera The Young and the Restless. He was portrayed by Daniel Goddard, the same actor who plays his twin brother, Cane. Caleb is the deceased son of Colin and Genevieve Atkinson.

Character History
Caleb was born on December 23, 1976, along with his twin brother Ethan "Cane" Atkinson. Caleb and Cane also had a sister, Samantha Atkinson. Caleb played a key role in her tragic death. Apparently, Caleb came to Genoa City in January 2011 to help his father in his efforts to bring Cane back to Australia. On February 3, 2011, the night Colin married Jill Fenmore Abbott, Caleb was shot and killed, having been mistaken for his brother Cane, who wanted to stop the wedding. After Caleb's death, it was believed that Cane had died. Even his father believed that it was Cane. However, Cane began secretly working with his mother, Genevieve, in a scheme to stop Colin, who now wanted Cane's children, Charlie and Matilda. On June 10, 2011, the night Colin implemented his plan to steal the children, he learned the devastating truth that Caleb had died, and not Cane. For Cane, now going public with the truth, it proved to be much harder to convince his wife, Lily, that it was really him and not his brother. However, Lily eventually faced the truth, but could forgive Cane for his tactics against her in his scheme to play as Caleb as a part of his plan with his mother.

Blade Bladeson

Blade Bladeson
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Michael Tylo
(1992-1995)
First appearance 1992
Last appearance 1995
Cause/reason Death via car accident
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Gender Male

Blade Bladeson is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless. He is the twin brother of Rick Bladeson, portrayed by the same actor, Michael Tylo, from 1992-1995.

Character History
Blade was introduced as a Jabot Cosmetics photographer in 1992. After engaging in an affair with Jill Abbott, Ashley Abbott fell in love with him. They married, even though Blade refused to discuss his past. Blade's ex-lover, Mari Jo Mason, came to town, and she also worked for Jabot. They both agreed to keep their shared past a secret. Blade never forgave Mari Jo for sleeping with his twin, Rick. Mari Jo knew that Blade heard Rick's cries for help while he supposedly drowned. She used that knowledge to her advantage.

In November 1994, Rick turned up alive in Genoa City and was angry with his brother for leaving him to die. Rick went on to date Mari Jo again. Ashley saw them together, and she thought Blade was having an affair. Blade was unable to explain things to Ashley without revealing the truth. Mari Jo went on to fall in love with Ashley's brother, Jack Abbott, while Ashley and Blade try to work on their marriage. Rick kidnapped Blade and replaced him as Ashley's husband. Ashley was overjoyed in the sudden change "Blade" goes through, but Blade managed to escape and convinced Rick to leave town. After they switch places a few more times, Blade died when his car was hit by a train. Rick revealed the truth to Ashley, and she decided to leave Genoa City to privately deal with the pain of her husband's death. Jill and Mari Jo then convinced Rick to get out of town.

Stuart Brooks

Stuart Brooks
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Robert Colbert
(1973-1982,1983-1984)
First appearance March 26, 1973
Last appearance 1984
Cause/reason Deceased
Created by William J. Bell
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Nickname(s) Stu
Gender Male
Cause of death Metabolic acidosis as a result of Addison's Disease
Occupation Manager of The Genoa City Chronicle

Stuart Brooks is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by original cast member actor Robert Colbert from the series debut on March 26, 1973 to 1983.

Character History
A newspaper mogul, Stuart Brooks, was the husband of Jennifer Brooks, with whom he had four daughters: Leslie, Lorie, Christabel "Chris" and Peggy Brooks. It wasn't learned until years later that Lorie wasn't biologically his daughter, as she was the product of an affair between Jennifer Brooks and Bruce Henderson while Jennifer was still married to Stuart. Stuart adopted (off-screen) an adult Lori in 1982. Stuart was the owner and manager of the Genoa City Chronicle newspaper. In the beginning, Stuart disapproved of his daughter Chris' relationship with Snapper Foster, but he grew to accept and respect him.

In 1977, Stuart's life changed when Jennifer died from breast cancer. After Jennifer's death, Stuart begin courting Liz Foster, but his relationship with Liz was thwarted when Liz's daughter, Jill, came between them when she herself fell in love with Stuart and married him. After a few months of marriage, Stuart realized the true reasons of why Jill married him and furiously ordered her out of his life. Once they were divorced, Stuart resumed his romance with Liz and married her. Shortly after they married, Stuart and Liz faced a life-threatening crisis when Liz was hospitalized after she was shot by a bullet meant for her son Greg Foster. Liz later recovered and resumed married life with Stuart. Stuart briefly returned to town in 1983 to sell The Genoa City Chronicle, but he eventually died off-screen in 1984.

Sarah Carter

Sarah Carter
Tracey-E-Bregman-Sarah Smythe.jpg
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Tracey E. Bregman
First appearance April 9, 2010
Last appearance June 3, 2010
Cause/reason Shot and killed by Lauren Fenmore Baldwin
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer and Scott Hamner
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Aliases Sarah Smythe

Lauren Fenmore Baldwin

Gender Female
Occupation Former nurse

Sarah Carter was a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Tracey E. Bregman, the same actress who plays Lauren Fenmore Baldwin on the show.

Character History
Sarah, the sister of Sheila Carter, mysteriously arrived in town with her niece, Daisy, and her nephew, Ryder, to torture Lauren Fenmore months before revealing her face, to avenge her sister Sheila Carter. Daisy, Ryder and Sarah kidnapped Lauren and locked her in a cage. When Sarah revealed herself to Lauren, she was revealed to have had plastic surgery to look exactly like Lauren, who thought Sarah was really Sheila. Sarah wanted revenge on Lauren for her having killed Sheila. While in town posing as Lauren, Lauren's husband Michael Baldwin sent "Lauren/Sarah" to therapist Dr. Emily Peterson (who was really Patty Williams). Upon on their first session, Sarah saw right away that "Emily" was really Patty and became reacquainted with her by reminding her they previously met as they were friends in a South American plastic surgery office when Patty had cosmetic surgery to look like Emily. The two then conspired on helping each other in continuing their impostering charades of Emily and Lauren. When Ryder turned on Sarah and let Lauren free, Sarah chased Lauren into a house of mirrors and Sarah was shot and killed in a stand-off with Lauren, leading Daisy and Ryder to escape and evade custody.

Phillip Chancellor II

Phillip Chancellor II
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by John Considine
(1973–1974)
Donnelly Rhodes
(1974–1975)
First appearance November 1973
Last appearance June 1975
Cause/reason Deceased
Created by William J. Bell
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Gender Male
Cause of death Massive injuries in a car accident
Occupation Founder and former CEO of Chancellor Industries

Phillip Chancellor II was a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless who was played by John Considine from November 1973 to 1974 and Donnelly Rhodes from 1974 and June 1975.

Character History
In November 1973, wealthy Phillip Robert Chancellor II first appeared in the series as the husband of Katherine Chancellor, his wife of twelve years. Phillip and Kay's marriage was strained due to Kay's bad habits of infidelity, smoking and alcohol addiction. He tried to help Kay with her vices, but he wound up starting an affair of his own with Kay's new paid companion, Jill Foster, and the two fell in love. After declaring their love for one another, Phillip made plans to end his marriage to Kay and to marry Jill.

Later, Phillip and Jill conceived a child together, and he officially left Kay to be with Jill. Phillip served an upset Kay with divorce papers, and then he left for the Dominican Republic where he got the divorce granted before returning to Genoa City.

Katherine picked him up from the airport and gave him a ride home, and she begged him for a second chance. Phillip refused, and an angry Kay sped up and drove off a cliff in an attempt to kill them both. Phillip survived the crash long enough to marry Jill on his deathbed. Phillip was buried on the Chancellor estate property in the backyard. Jill later gave birth to his son and only child, Phillip Chancellor III.

Matt Clark

Matt Clark
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Eddie Cibrian
(June 1994-January 1996)
Russell Lawrence
(July 14, 2000-October 2000)
Rick Hearst
(October 30, 2000-November 28, 2001)
First appearance June 1994
Last appearance November 28, 2001
Cause/reason Disappeared from Tricia Dennison's imagination
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Gender Male
Cause of death Committed suicide by disconnecting his ventilator

Matt Clark is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor Eddie Cibrian beginning in July 1994 and ending in January 1996. Then, the character was played by Russell Lawrence from July to October 2000. Finally, Rick Hearst played Matt Clark from October 2000 to November 2001.

Character History
Matt Clark dated Sharon Collins and acted as an adversary to Nicholas Newman while in high school. He raped Sharon as well as Amy Wilson, and allowed Nick to take the blame after Amy shot him. Afterward, Matt fled from Genoa City, only to return years later with a new face constructed by plastic surgery. He sought revenge against his old enemies by framing Nick for a crime he did not commit, and he planned to rape Sharon again. His unwitting accomplice, Tricia McNeil, turned on Matt after realizing he had drugged and raped her and purposely crashes a car they were in, putting Matt in the hospital. Matt killed himself and framed Nick for it. Nick was later found innocent. For sometime afterward, Matt appeared as a figment of Tricia's imagination until she was finally institutionalized after shooting and killing her ex-husband, Ryan McNeil.

Marge Cotrooke

Marge Cotrooke
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Jeanne Cooper
(1989-1990, 2008, 2009)
First appearance October 1989
Last appearance March 26, 2009
Cause/reason Killed in a car accident
Created by William J. Bell
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Nickname(s) Margie
(By Clint)
Aliases Kay Chancellor
(impersonation)
Gender Female

In 1989, when Katherine Chancellor married Rex Sterling, a bum that spent some time in prison, his former cellmate Clint Radison, found Marge Cotrooke, a diner waitress and realized that she looked exactly like Katherine. He decided to use her in his plan to replace Kay with Marge and get to her fortune. His friends got jobs at the Chancellor mansion, while Marge was taught to act like Kay. Kay Chancellor and her housekeeper, Esther Valentine, were held captive while Marge replaced Kay. Marge immediately changed things from Katherine's life, starting with unintentionally pushing Rex into the arms of Jill Abbott. She also sold Chancellor Industries. When Kay's son, Brock Reynolds, returned from India, he realized that someone had replaced Kay. Marge later helped Kay catch Clint and his friends and get them in jail, before returning to her life as a waitress.

Marge returned to Kay's life in October 2008, asking her for help with her problems. Kay realized that Marge had become a drunk, and she wanted to help her beat the addiction as a payoff of Marge saving her life years ago. Kay never told anyone about Marge's problems and started showing signs of dementia, but she refused to give up on shipping Marge to a rehabilitation center. While at a local pub, Jeffrey Bardwell spotted Marge, drunk, and he thought she was Katherine. Kay finally decided to drive Marge to the center herself, but she ended up in a serious car crash. Marge died in the crash, but the general populace of Genoa City was convinced that Katherine Chancellor was dead.

Marge briefly returned as a ghost, aware that she was dead, but realized after seeing the people attending her funeral, specifically Esther, that they incorrectly believed she was Katherine. Deducing that Kay must still have been near the scene of the accident, she appeared near the crash site and discovered Kay's body lying motionless by the riverbank. She unsuccessfully attempted to awaken her friend. Her spirit soon dissipated. Patrick Murphy arrived and rescued Kay, believing she was Marge. He took care of her until it was revealed that she was really Katherine and had lost her memory.

Rose DeVille

Rose DeVille
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Darlene Conley
(1979-1980, 1986-1987)
Duration 1979-1980, 1986-1987
First appearance Fall 1979
Last appearance January 1987
Cause/reason Died Of Natural Causes On A Trip To London
Created by William J. Bell
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Gender Female
Occupation
  • Black Market Baby Racketeer
  • Leader of a Prostitution Ring

Rose DeVille was a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by actress Darlene Conley from the fall of 1979 to June 1980 and again from July 1986 to January 1987.

Character History
Rose DeVille had a modeling agency that was really a front for drugs and prostitution. An unwitting, young Nikki Reed Newman signed on and became entangled in the death of a businessman, Walter Addison. Rose later ran a home for unwed mothers while actually operating a black-market baby ring. She took a teenage Nina Webster under her wing, only to later abandon her on the delivery table and kidnap her son, who was later found out to be Ronan Malloy some twenty five years later. Nina was led to believe the baby was stillborn. Eventually, Nina learned the truth. She confronted Rose at gunpoint and demanded her baby. Rose took Nina to the home of the family that has "adopted" Nina's baby. When Nina saw how happy her son was with the family, she decided to leave him there. She let Rose go, and Rose was never seen on the show again. The episode haunted Nina on and off over the years. At times it was suggested that Nina may attempt to locate her son, but this has never happened. She wrote a book that was loosely based on this experience. Nina occasionally had flashbacks about the ordeal, which featured Rose. Rose last appeared in a flashback scene in 2010. In 2000, Nina has a flashback with Rose, and Nina left the show in soon thereafter, but has occasionally returned. In 2010, Nina and her friends Paul Williams and Christine Blair all reminisced about the sad day. As Paul investigated Nina's lost-son whereabouts, he mentioned that Rose and her crime partner, Vince, were deceased.

Liz Foster

Liz Foster Brooks
LizFoster.jpg
Julianna McCarthy as Liz Foster (1975)
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Julianna McCarthy
Duration 1973–1985, 1986, 1993, 2003–2004, 2008, 2010
First appearance March 26, 1973
Last appearance June 18, 2010
Cause/reason Deceased
Created by William J. Bell
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Aliases Elizabeth Henderson
(maiden name)
Gender Female
Cause of death Renal failure as a result of Wegener's Disease
Occupation Katherine Chancellor's maid

Elizabeth "Liz" Foster Brooks was an original fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Julianna McCarthy originally from March 1973 to February 1985. McCarthy made guest appearances in May 1986 and July 1993. She returned on a recurring basis from February 2003 to July 2004, and she made two more brief appearances in November 2008 and June 2010.

Character History
Elizabeth Foster was an assembly line laborer at Chancellor Industries, and the mother to William "Snapper" Foster and Greg Foster. She is also the adoptive mother of Jill Fenmore. Liz dated a man named Sam Powers until her long-departed husband, Bill Foster, returned. She was married to Bill, and then he walked out on her and their children in the late 1960s, only to return in 1975 with ailing health, unbeknown to the Fosters.

Snapper slept with a woman named Sally McGuire, and later started dating another woman named Chris Brooks. Sally found out that she was pregnant, while Snapper and Chris were going to get married. Sally was also married to Pierre Roulland. She and Snapper kept the baby's paternity hidden; in reality, Snapper was the baby's father, and not Pierre. Sally gave birth to a son, Pierre Charles "Chuckie" Roulland, and everyone was led to believe that Pierre was his father. Thus, Liz's first grandson was born.

In 1976, Liz suffered a stroke and lost her memory temporarily after she pulled Bill's life support. Snapper took the fall for Liz, who had no memory of what happened. Eventually, Liz regained her memory of the incident. Liz began dating and later married Stuart Brooks, who also had an affair with Jill. Jill faked a pregnancy in order for Stuart to marry her; in reality, she was not pregnant and was only after his money. Stuart planned to marry Jill, although he loved Liz, until Jill fell down a flight of stairs and "miscarried". Stuart found out that he had been conned, and he and Liz soon married. In 1982, Liz, Stuart, Snapper, and his wife, Chris, who was also Stuart's daughter, and Greg moved to London. While in London, Snapper and Chris had a daughter, Jennifer Elizabeth Foster, who was Liz's second grandchild. Stuart died off screen in 1984. During that time, she became an employee and close friend of Katherine Chancellor, despite Liz's adoptive daughter, Jill, and her ongoing feud with Katherine. Liz eventually left town in 1982; she briefly returned in 1984-1985 during the time when Katherine had her face lift, as well as Victor Newman's wedding to Nikki Reed Newman and for holidays. She visited again in 1986 along with Jill's son, Phillip Chancellor III, upon learning about Jill's shooting. Liz visited town again in 1993 when Jill gave birth to Billy Abbott.

In 2003, Liz revealed to Jill that she was adopted. Liz only knew that her first husband, Charles, brought her home in a baby blanket one day. However, Liz had recently received information that a woman named Charlotte Ramsey had proof that her biological mother was actually Katherine. However, in 2009, it was revealed that Katherine was not Jill's mother after all. Liz returned in June 2010 in ill health with sons, Snapper and Greg, and some news for Jill about her birth parents. On June 18, 2010, Liz passed away onscreen due to a condition that had gone too far without being treated. Liz told Snapper on her deathbed about Jill's true parentage, and she made him promise not to tell Jill, but he told her anyway.

It should be noted that all of Liz's listed nieces and nephews via Jill were not her biological family members. Those including in the extended family of Jill Fenmore are: Phillip Chancellor III, Billy Abbott, Cane Ashby, Chance Chancellor, Delia Abbott, Lucy Abbott, Charles Ashby and Matilda Ashby.


Shawn Garrett

Shawn Garrett
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Tom McConnell
(1984)
Grant Cramer
(1984-1986)
First appearance September 1984
Last appearance March 21, 1986
Cause/reason Shot to death by police in San Francisco
Created by William J. Bell
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Gender Male

Shawn Garrett is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless originated in September 1984 by Tom McConnell, who played the role until November 1984, when Grant Cramer took over the role on November 28, 1984 until March 21, 1986.

Character History
Shawn Garrett was a stalker who is obsessed with singer Lauren Fenmore. First, Shawn tried to sabotage Lauren's singing partner, Danny Romalotti, by slipping him poison that affected his voice. Shawn then threatened Lauren to divorce her husband at the time, Paul Williams, and move in with him or he would arrange a hit man to kill Paul. Lauren tried to contact Paul to tell him the truth about Shawn's plans, but she was watched too closely by Shawn to make any contact with her former husband. Shawn later took a reluctant Lauren to San Francisco where he showed her the area near his childhood home. Lauren later got in touch with Shawn's stepfather, Mark Wilcox, who revealed that Shawn had burned down his childhood home, killing his mother, after she and Mark told him they were getting married, which Shawn was against. After discovering that she did not love him and was only agreeing to his demands to keep Paul alive, Shawn tried to bury Lauren alive. Lauren was rescued by Paul and his detective partner, Andy Richards, who found her with the help of her psychic friend, Tamra Logan. Shawn had poisoned Tamra after Lauren confessed to her while she was comatose in the hospital that she hated Shawn. Tamra awoke and murmured the words, "Lauren" and "danger", to her doctor. Her doctor then went to Paul Williams to tell him of what she knew. Shawn was killed in the ensuing gunfire with Paul and Andy.

Jessica Blair Grainger

Jessica Blair Grainger
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Rebecca Street
(1988-1989)
First appearance January 1988
Last appearance November 1989
Cause/reason Died of AIDS-related illness
Created by William J. Bell
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Gender Female

Jessica Blair Grainger (formerly Abbott) was a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by Rebecca Street from January 1988 to November 1989.

Character History
Jessica, the estranged mother of Christine "Cricket" Blair and the aunt of Joe Blair, who left town a year before Jessica arrived, arrived in Genoa City suffering from AIDS and hoping to reunite with her daughter before the disease eventually claimed her life. Eventually Jessica and Cricket made amends. However, Jessica originally tried to keep her illness a secret from everybody in town, including John Abbott, with whom she fell in love, but they all learned of her illness after she had to be hospitalized due to the symptoms. While being treated, she realized her doctor, Scott Grainger, was actually the son of her ex-lover, Jim Grainger - making him Cricket's half-brother.

Despite her illness, John proposed to a hesitant Jessica until she ultimately accepted, and two months later, she and John were married. In early 1989, Cricket located Jessica's ex-lover and her father, Jim Grainger, and she arranged for him to come to Genoa City. She then got official proof of him being her father. With her condition worsening, Jessica's last wish was to reunite with her family: Jim, Scott and Cricket. John granted her a divorce, and Jessica and Jim married shortly before she finally succumbed to AIDS.

Sasha Green

Sasha Green
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Tina Arning
(1995-1996, 1997, 2002)
First appearance March 1995
Last appearance December 11, 2002
Cause/reason Died in an apartment fire
Created by William J. Bell
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Gender Female
Occupation Lab Geneticist
Residence New York City

Sasha Green is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by Tina Arning from March 1995 to July 1996 and again from January 1997 to May 27, 1997[45] with a reprise guest appearance on December 11, 2002[46]).

Character History
Sasha came to town when her former co-worker, Phyllis Summers, contacted her in order for her to switch her son, Daniel's, paternity tests as her then-husband, Danny Romalotti, wanted a paternity test, feeling that Phyllis was not being honest about it. Christine Blair was also investigating Daniel's paternity for Danny. Sasha did what Phyllis wanted, and Phyllis outsmarted Christine. Phyllis then paid a former love of hers, Peter Garrett, to romance Sasha. The two began dating and moved to New York City together.

In 1997, after Phyllis and Danny got married again and were happy together while raising their son, Sasha re-entered their lives. She had been dumped by Peter, and she was in need of some cash. She blackmailed Phyllis into giving her money to keep quiet about the real paternity of Phyllis' son. After Phyllis initially refused, Sasha went to Christine with the same offer, but Phyllis was able to get a loan from Dr. Timothy Reid to pay off Sasha. Sasha made sure that she had copies of all of the documents that showed everything that Phyllis had done to Danny, but Phyllis managed to get rid of them. She confronted Sasha for the last time about possibly tricking her when Sasha died unexpectedly in her hotel room. Sasha was seen clutching a tabloid headline before her death, indicating that she may have sold her story to a tabloid. Phyllis feared that she might have killed Sasha, but the judge proclaimed that Sasha's death was accidental, as Sasha was a known careless smoker and heavy drinker. Her death, however, is still a mystery to viewers as to whether or not Phyllis murdered her.

Eve Howard

Eve Howard
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Margaret Mason
(1980-1981, 1982-1983, 1984, 1993)
First appearance September 1980
Last appearance December 9, 1993
Cause/reason Died from complications from Venezuelan encephalitis
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Female
Occupation Assistant to Victor Newman in 70s and 80s

Eve Howard is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by actress Margaret Mason from September 1980 to September 1981 and again from October 1982 to June 27, 1983 with reprisal appearances from April 11, 1984 to August 1984, March 1993 to mid 1993, and finally from November 1993 to December 9, 1993.

Character History
Originally a resident of Washington, in 1980 Eve lived in Genoa City and worked as an assistant to businessman Victor Newman at Newman Enterprises. Victor's wife, Julia Newman, felt lonely as Victor worked for hours on end away from the Newman Ranch. Julia ended up becoming close friends with Katherine Chancellor's son, Brock Reynolds. Although Julia and Brock were never lovers, Victor felt jealous, and he slept with Eve in retaliation. Eve, who had feelings for Victor, was saddened when he informed her that it was only a one-night stand. Eve ended up leaving Genoa City soon after.

A year later, Eve returned, now working as newspaper mogul Stuart Brooks' assistant. When Eve ran into Julia, she told her that she wanted Victor. However, Victor was out of town at the time. Julia, nonetheless, was frightened of the possibility of losing Victor, noting his recent affair with Lorie Brooks. Julia ended up having an affair with her photography instructor, Michael Scott. When Victor returned, Eve made several attempts to woo him, but he ended up making a deal with Eve for her to leave town. The deal allowed Eve to leave town and work with one of his other companies, and Victor would accept that Eve's son, Cole Howard, was his son and therefore provide for him. Eve accepted his offer and left again. With Eve gone, Victor ended up imprisoning Michael Scott in the Newman Ranch basement once he learned that Julia was pregnant. Julia ended up discovering this, and she rescued Michael, but she suffered a miscarriage in the process.

In 1982, Eve ran into the now divorced Julia in Paris, and she heard about Lorie Brooks abandoning Victor at the altar. She told Julia that she was involved with a wealthy count, Max Siebalt. Soon after, Eve went to Genoa City to be sure that Victor was going to continue to provide for their son, Cole Howard, and she learned that Victor had put him in his will. During this time, Victor was having an affair with former stripper, Nikki Reed. Max and Eve began to scheme to get Victor's fortune because Max was broke. Eve convinced Victor to hire her back as his personal assistant. When Victor's manservant, Charlie, left, Eve offered to cook Victor's meals for him, lacing them with a slow-acting poison that, in small doses, could not be traced. Victor began to lose weight and appeared ill, but after his dog ate some of his poisoned food and died, Victor became suspicious. Julia overheard part of their plan on the phone, and she warned Victor that he was in danger, but it was too late. Soon after, an antidote was found, and Victor survived.

Julia proved that Eve was involved in the plot against Victor by having the poison analyzed. Victor realized that Eve had tried to poison him so that their son, Cole, could inherit half of his wealth. With the help of Julia and his friend, Douglas Austin, Victor began a scheme to trap Eve into confessing, and he even proposed to her, which the greedy Eve quickly accepted. The day of Victor and Eve's wedding, she arrived at the Newman estate to learn that Victor had died. Eve arranged to have Victor's coffin placed in the Newman living room, and she took over as the grieving fiancée. Max, sensing that she was losing her grip on reality, quickly married her, since it appeared that Victor had left his estate to Eve. When Julia confided to Eve that she thought Victor was murdered, and that she wanted to exhume his body for an autopsy, Eve sent Max to the graveyard to dig up the corpse. At the cemetery, Max was so shocked to see Victor alive that he fell against a pitchfork and died. Eve tried to stab Victor, and she was consequently committed to a sanitarium.

By 1984, Victor was planning on marrying Nikki. When Eve read about this in the newspaper at the sanitarium, she tried to switch places with her roommate, who was about to be released but wanted to stay in the sanitarium. Eve knocked out a caterer and changed clothes with her to get into the hotel where Victor and Nikki were getting married. After the wedding, Eve went to Nikki's room, and she prepared to stab her, but she was interrupted by Nikki's sister, Dr. Casey Reed. So, Eve climbed into Victor's trunk which was about to be placed on the plane for his honeymoon. At the last moment, the newlyweds changed their minds and decided to stay home. Victor learned that Eve had escaped; he found her and returned her to the sanitarium. A couple of months later, while Victor and Nikki were vacationing, Eve and her former love, Rick Daros, escaped from the sanitarium and returned to Genoa City. Rick had amnesia, forgetting he had tried to kill Nikki earlier in the year, and he became Eve's lover again. After breaking into the ranch, Eve stole money from Victor's safe, and the two escaped to Europe.

Ten years went by without a mention of Eve or her son, then she showed up in 1993, looking as glamorous as ever. Her past crimes totally overlooked; Victor simply fondly recalled her working for him years before. When Eve brought up Cole, whom she still claimed was Victor's, Victor wanted nothing to do with him. Eve left in a huff, slipping Cole's picture into Victor's book. Some time afterward, a lonely Victor contacted Eve and asked her to bring Cole to Genoa City. Eve returned to Genoa City with Cole, a young aspiring novelist. Cole built up a relationship in Genoa City with Victor's daughter with Nikki, Victoria Newman, while Eve left. Soon after, Cole wrote to his mother saying he had fallen for Victoria. Eve, while on a cruise, read the letter and was horrified by the thought of her son unknowingly getting involved with his half-sister. She arranged to leave the ship, and she flew to Genoa City. While on the plane, she became ill from being bitten by a mosquito.

Upon arrival to Genoa City, she was rushed to the hospital, and Cole was notified of his mother's condition. Eve lingered for weeks, in and out of a coma, and, while somewhat lucid, tried and failed to tell Cole that Victor was his father. Not long after Eve's funeral, Cole and Victoria Newman eloped in Las Vegas. Luckily, Eve was wrong. While going through Eve's belongings, Victor discovered a letter from another man to her which cast doubt on Victor being Cole's father. Victor immediately arranged to have blood tests run on Cole, himself and Eve's corpse. The father ended up being Eve's former love and partner in crime, Rick Daros.

Four years later, while Cole and Victoria's baby struggled for her life, Victoria told Cole she wanted to name her Eve, after his mother. Soon after, Victoria learned from Cole that their baby had died.

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Joshua Landers

Joshua Landers
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Heath Kizzier
(1996–1998)
First appearance June 1996
Last appearance April 1998
Cause/reason Shot to death by ex-wife Veronica Landers
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Gynecologist at Genoa City Memorial Hospital

Dr. Joshua Landers was a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by Heath Kizzier from June 1996 to March 20, 1998 and again in April 1998.

Character History
Dr. Joshua Landers entered the picture as Nikki Newman's gynecologist, with whom Nikki got involved. As Joshua and Nikki's relationship grew as he was thought to have been a widower, he had no idea that his presumed deceased wife Veronica Landers was actually alive locked away in a mental institution.

In October 1996, Nikki and Joshua eloped to Las Vegas and got married. Nikki's ex-husband Victor Newman tried to stop them, but arrived too late. Joshua then moved in with Nikki at the Newman ranch and they enjoyed a happy marriage until Veronica escaped the mental institution and made her way to the ranch in hopes to reunite with Joshua by managing to get herself hired as a servant at the ranch under a disguise and using the alias, "Sarah Lindsey". Over the following months, Veronica (Sarah) lurked around the ranch getting agitated at the closeness between Joshua and Nikki and then one night Veronica finally revealed herself to Joshua, but he made it clear to her that he didn't want to reunite their former marriage and asked her to leave him alone. Upset by Joshua's rejection, Veronica pulled a gun on Joshua and then shot and killed him.

Vanessa Lerner

Vanessa Lerner
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Dawn Stern
(2003–2004)
First appearance October 29, 2003
Last appearance March 31, 2004
Cause/reason Left town
Created by Kay Alden, Trent Jones and John F. Smith
Profile
Gender Female

Vanessa Lerner was a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Dawn Stern from October 29, 2003[47] to March 31, 2004[48].

Character History
Vanessa arrived in Genoa City looking for her ex lover Damon Porter in order to persuade him to hunt for an orchid that she discovered would straighten hair.

She later traveled with Damon to Japan during the same time that Drucilla and Neil Winters were getting married. They found themselves on the same plane as the couple, plus Phyllis and Jack. Damon and Vanessa secretly went looking for the orchid, eventually finding it in Dru's wedding bouquet. Somehow the others found out about the orchid and Phyllis ended up stealing it. Phyllis and Jack broke up, Damon and Phyllis became lovers, and it angered Vanessa to the point when she decided to offer her entire project to Newman. She wasn't seen in town again after making that offer.

Skye Newman

Skye Lockhart Newman
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Laura Stone
(2008, 2010)
First appearance April 29, 2008
Last appearance December 29, 2010
Cause/reason Fell to her death into a volcano
Created by Maria Arena Bell
Profile
Gender Female
Occupation
  • Co-Founder of the Newman Hedge Fund
  • Gambler
Residence Harvard University (pre-2008)
Sao Paulo, Brazil (2008-2010)
Genoa City, Wisconsin (2010)
Hawaii (Late 2010)

Skye Lockhart Newman was a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Laura Stone from April 29, 2008 to July 11, 2008. Laura Stone reprised the role on March 3 and 4, 2010 before returning on June 7, 2010 to December 29, 2010.

Shortly after Adam Wilson returned to Genoa City as an adult, his old Harvard friend Skye came to visit. Skye graduated first from Harvard Business School while Adam was second. Skye arrived to catch up for old times sake. Skye spends a few days in town playing poker with David Chow and ends up winning a large amount of money, then disappears after last appearing at the airport. A few months later, a body is located in one of the stalls at the Newman ranch, dismembered into little pieces, and the body was identified as Skye's after her Harvard ring was discovered. In March 2010 while talking to himself, Adam had a vision of Skye giving him advice on his life. Three months later Adam faked his death and fled town as a part of a big con he and the presumed dead Skye were involved with. Skye, revealed to be alive, appeared in Brazil laying in bed with Adam. Skye provided for the couple, winning large sums of money by gambling. Soon, the couple was tracked down because the body believed to be Adam's was actually discovered to be that of Richard Hightower and Adam was a suspect in his murder. Skye stays behind in Brazil and the authorities take Adam back to Wisconsin. After Adam is brought back to Genoa City, Skye appears at his arraignment much to Adam's surprise. Adam was sentenced to jailtime with bail and Skye agreed to pay Adam's bail if he married her.

Once married to Adam, Skye decided to hire Vance Abrams, a skilled attorney, to take on his case. Because of this, Adam won his case and became a free man, much to the shock of everyone in town. Skye and Adam then started "The Newman Fund" a company to spite her father-in-law Victor Newman, and also to make them millions. When Adam wanted to sue everyone that was involved with the kangaroo court, Skye quickly discouraged him, saying that she would expose all his lies if he went though with it. Also, Skye accepted Jack Abbott`s proposal to invest in the Newman Fund.

Skye continues to promote the Newman hedge fund and persuades Billy Abbott to let her appear on the front cover of his magazine "Restless Style" which upsets Victor. She also sleeps with Jack Abbott in order to make Adam jealous. Adam is jealous but also susupicious of Jack, fearing that he and Victor are working together on a plan to bring him down. Skye thinks Adam is paranoid about Victor and Jack, but soon is furious after Billy's article damages the Newman Fund and she finds Jack attempting to access her computer. Each time, Jack is able to talk his way out of the situation and he and Skye sleep together several times.

In November 2010, Victor managed to destroy the Newman Fund and Skye was left in a state of shock after having lost everything, including Adam. After another intense confrontation with Adam, Skye turned up missing, leading Genoa City residents to believe that Adam killed Skye. However, Skye was later seen flying on the Newman jet with Victor. It was revealed that Skye called Victor, who arranged to help her by trashing her room and flying her off to Hawaii to again fake her death in order for Adam to be arrested and locked up. Over the following weeks, Adam was arrested and jailed while Sharon tried to help prove Adam did not kill Skye.

In December 2010, when Sharon got a lead as to where Skye might be, she headed to Hawaii and came face to face with Skye on top of an active volcano during a hike which Skye was participating in and took a photo of her to prove she was alive. They had a heated argument, which ended when Skye fell back towards a cliff. Sharon attempted to hang on to Skye but was not strong enough to pull her up. Skye lost her grip and fell over into the volcano itself, dying once she hit the lava. It was revealed that Victor had been watching the entire argument unfold from a distance and watched as Skye fell without attempting to help her. After Sharon leaving the volcano, Victor approached the area and threw Skye's glove into the volcano, destroying any evidence of her being there. He then proceeded to burn the hut in which Skye had been living and burned all of her clothes. Sharon, having lost the camera with Skye's picture on it and being unable to prove to Hawaiian police that she had seen Skye, returned to Genoa City empty handed and informed Adam of the incident.

Lisa Mansfield

Lisa Mansfield
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Lynne Harbaugh
(1988-1989)
First appearance April 1988
Last appearance March 3, 1989
Cause/reason Fled after being discovered she had kidnapped Brad Carlton
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Female

Lisa Mansfield (formerly Carlton) was the psychotic first wife of Brad Carlton. Brad had married her in the early 1980s before his arrival in Genoa City, and divorced her a year after they married after her disapproving father paid him a large sum of money to do so.

In 1988, Lisa resurfaced in Brad's life, who was now married to Traci Abbott, and Lisa offered Brad a lucrative job in Chicago. When Brad declined and instead accepted a job offer from his ex, Lauren, Lisa became obsessed with Brad and kidnapped him after drugging him. Lisa held Brad captive in a cage in a deserted mountain cabin for several weeks. During this time, Traci felt that Brad had abandoned her and later suffered a miscarriage. This caused her to take comfort with her former lover, Tim Sullivan.

In early 1989, Lauren was on a ski trip with Jack Abbott, and spotted Lisa. Suspecting that Lisa was somehow linked to Brad's mysterious disappearance, Lauren followed her back to the cabin where she was holding Brad. Lisa spotted Lauren and threw her into the cage with Brad, intending to gas them both to death. Fortunately, Jack, who had tracked Lauren to the cabin, rescued them. Lisa escaped and has not been seen since.

Bobby Marsino

Bobby Marsino
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by John Enos III
(2003-2005)
First appearance June 9, 2003
Last appearance October 14, 2005
Cause/reason Presumed To Be Killed While In Witness Protection Program
Created by Kay Alden, Trent Jones, and John F. Smith
Profile
Aliases Robert
Gender Male
Occupation
  • CEO of Marsino's (Marilyn's) strip nightclub

Bobby Marsino is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless portrayed by actor John Enos III from June 9, 2003 to August 2005 and again on October 14, 2005.

Character History
Bobby Marsino enters the series as the owner of the strip club, Marsino's. He gives Brittany Hodges a job at the club, allowing her to sing and eventually strip. This causes problems in Brittany's relationship with her boyfriend, Raul Guittierez, who attempts to get the club shut down with the help of Brittany's father Fredrick Hodges. Brittany is electrocuted and scared by one of his business associates out of revenge for her father and boyfriend's actions against the strip club. Bobby, who develops feelings for Brittany, is there for her. He turns his associates in to the police and eventually marries Brittany. They have a baby, Joshua Marsino. Bobby dies in a hit and run accident in 2005.

Meggie McClaine

Meggie McClaine
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Sean Young
First appearance June 8, 2010
Last appearance March 2011
Cause/reason returned to Genoa City after being released from jail
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer and Scott Hamner
Profile
Gender Female
Occupation Con artist
Former assistant to Nikki Newman
Former barmaid
Residence Prison
Genoa City, Wisconsin

Meggie McClaine is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Sean Young from June 8, 2010 to October 2010 with a brief reprise appearance from late February to March 2011.

Meggie McClaine (formerly Murphy) is a Canadian barmaid Victor Newman meets while searching for his invidious son Adam, who has faked his own death. The barmaid helped Victor out by handling a few costumers at the bar, which Victor needs informations from. He promises Meggie, if she ever would need something she could come to him in order to thank Meggie for help. She tries to flirt with Victor, but he makes it clear that he already has a special lady in his life and leaves Ottawa.

Meggie picks up on Victor's offer only weeks later, when she appears on his doorstep and tells him she had to flee. As a well-known business tycoon Victor makes a background check on Meggie, but cannot find anything that would lead to believe that she could use him. It does not take long and Meggie begins to work for Victor's fiancée Nikki as an assistant to her charity work and also becomes the right hand on planning the couple's wedding. When Meggie finds out that Nikki is an alcoholic and has been sober for over a decade, she uses vice and begins to spike Nikki's drinks with alcohol.

When Meggie gets assignment to bring a check from Victor to Katherine Chancellor, she meets an old acquaintance in Katherine's husband Patrick Murphy. Murphy plans to warn Nikki and Victor about her, but gets a heart attack in front of Meggie, in which she prevents him from getting his pills in time. Meggie may be considered sadistic as she watched with glee as Murphy gave into his heartattack. Murphy finds himself in the hospital in recovery, not able to say anything what has happened to him. While the story has not yet been seen completely, Meggie is shown in flashbacks to have been Murphy's ex. daughter-in-law and she most likely killed her husband, Murphy's son.

For her plan, Meggie finds help in bartender Deacon Sharpe, who's an alcoholic himself and becomes Nikki's drinking buddy over a short while of time. When Victor and Nikki's wedding is coming up, Meggie arranges it for Nikki to be found drunk in Deacon's bed and being shipped off to rehab. Meggie wants to use the time to get closer to Victor in order to become the next Mrs. Victor Newman herself. This could mean that she plans to kill Victor or at least steal his money once married to him. Unfortnuately since many fail to see that Murphy's alarmed whenever Meggie's around and with Nikki in rehab, Meggie may soon get what she wants. On the November 4th episode, Meggie drugs Victor and finally tricks Victor in to marrying her. When they arrive back at the Newman Ranch, Meggie gives Victor heart medication, trying to kill him, but he wakes up demanding to know what the rush is. She then gets exposed as a black widow with Victor knowing about her devilish plan. With the arrival of Murphy and the police, Meggie gets arrested for her crimes as Victor finds out as well that Meggie is the one behind Nikki falling of the wagon.


Leslie Michaelson

Leslie Michaelson
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Angell Conwell
First appearance December 2010
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer and Scott Hamner
Profile
Gender Female
Occupation Attorney at Vance Abrams' Firm
Residence Genoa City, WI

Leslie Michaelson is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless. The character is portrayed by Angell Conwell and first appeared in December 2010.

Character History

She was introduced as an attorney at Vance Abrams' Firm, which was currently quite busy with a number of cases involving Genoa City residents. She took over Adam Newman's case after Sharon Newman offered to pay his legal expenses. At the time, Adam was accused of murdering his late wife Skye Newman. Eventually, she and Sharon were able to discover that Victor Newman could have arranged for Skye to leave Genoa City and escape to Hawaii. The police ended up investigating that claim and once Sharon found Skye in Hawaii, the charges were dropped. However, in Hawaii, Skye ended up falling over the edge of a volcano and Sharon was now accused of murdering Skye. Leslie stayed on board to defend Sharon.

In another case, Leslie was now defending Abby Newman and Victoria Newman Abbott in their lawsuit against their father Victor Newman. Eventually, their brother Nicholas Newman joined with his sisters. Leslie sparred off constantly with Victor's attorney Michael Baldwin. Victor and Michael were able to save their case when Adam Newman came to testify for his father in return for his help in Sharon's lawsuit. However, Adam's testimony was challenged and didn't look truthful. Neil Winters ended up coming to save the Newman children in their lawsuit and prove that Adam was lying. The Newman children ended up winning their lawsuit and each won $500 million.

After the lawsuit, Leslie and Neil Winters got close and ended up getting a room at the Genoa City Athletic Club. Neil ended up leaving and added that he wants to slow things down. However, with Sofia Dupre, who had a recent romance with Neil, returning to his brother Malcolm Winters, Neil gave Leslie another call and invited her to be his date at Sofia and Malcolm's wedding.

Recently, Leslie was hired by Phyllis Summers to represent her in a custody suit for her granddaughter Lucy Abbott and part of that deal was to reinstate Daisy parental rights and get her a kinder life sentence, unaware Billy and Victoria legally adopted her.

Rianna Miner

Rianna Miner
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Rianna Loving
(1999-2000)
Alexis Thorpe
(2000-2002)
First appearance December 30, 1999
Last appearance June 25, 2002
Cause/reason Moved To New York
Created by Kay Alden
Profile
Gender Female
Occupation Former Glow by Jabot Kid for Jabot Cosmetics and Fenmore's Boutique

Rianna Miner is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless originated by Rianna Loving from December 30, 1999 to October 5, 2000. Alexis Thorpe took over the role from October 12, 2000[49] to February 14, 2002.[50] Thorpe briefly reprised the role from June 5, 2002[51] to June 25, 2002.[52]

Character History
A part of the teen scene as of 1999, Rianna Miner was known in school for dating a rich bad boy J.T. Hellstrom who wasn't treating her right, and they broke up. Rianna was a part of the Glow by Jabot Kids, a promotion that Jabot ran. Rianna fell for Raul Guittierez and their relationship seemed perfect from the very beginning. Rianna was there for Raul when he had diabetes and it seemed like they were able to handle any problem future would give them, until Raul got careless with his medication and began acting strange again. Rianna was hurt when Raul wanted to break up with her, especially after he asked her for sex.

Rianna started dating with J.T. again, convinced that J.T. had finally become a better person, but eventually realized that he was using her again, so she decided to move out of Genoa City. She returned to town once again in time to attend prom with Raul. They were friends again, and Rianna even helped Raul get closer to Brittany Hodges, who started to have feelings for Raul. Rianna left to attend the University of Michigan.

Estella Munoz

Anne Betancourt (May 9, 2008[53]-August 14, 2009)

Estella Munoz was first introduced as head of the Newman staff after Miguel Rodriguez left town. Estella was in this position until May 2009, at which time she was transferred briefly to Newman Enterprises before being fired completely (due to ongoing conflict involving Ashley Abbott). She was originally hired as a replacement for the departed Miguel Rodriguez. Estella was known as having a great relationship with Victor's wife Sabrina Newman, who was killed in a car crash in the summer of 2008. Her relationship with Ashley, with whom Victor had renewed his relationship, had been much more contentious. During the Spring of 2009, Ashley was being "haunted" by the spirit of Sabrina, and often confronted Estella about being the one who was trying to make her believe Sabrina was still alive. With evidence mounting against her (secretly planted by Victor's son Adam) Estella's employment with the Newmans was eventually terminated and she left Genoa City. Her only known family in Genoa City is her nephew Rafael "Rafe" Torres, Adam's former lawyer.

Julia Newman

Julia Newman Martin
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Meg Bennett
(1980-1981, 1982-1984, 1986-1987, 2002)
First appearance February 1980
Last appearance September 3, 2002
Cause/reason Left town
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Female
Occupation Owner and Operator of Martin Designs, Lake Forest, IL
Residence Lake Forest, IL

Julia Newman Martin is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Meg Bennett on and off from February 1980 to about March 1981 and again from 1982 to December 1984 with reprisal appearances from September 1986 to early 1987, and March 1, 2002 to September 3, 2002.

Character History
In 1977, she and businessman Victor Newman were married. Three years later, she and Victor moved to Genoa City so that he could help run Chancellor Industries for Katherine Chancellor. He was very protective of Julia, his young, beautiful wife, and kept her secluded at the ranch with their houseman, Charlie. Victor was so consumed by his work, he was barely there himself. Julia met and became friends with Katherine Chancellor's son Brock Reynolds. Victor got jealous and had a one-night stand with his secretary, Eve Howard, in retaliation. Julia admitted she was falling in love with Brock, but they were not lovers, and she agreed to break if off if Victor would commit completely to their marriage. But Victor was not convinced and turned to Lorie Brooks for attention. Brock caught Victor and Lorie kissing, so he tried to resume his romance with Julia, but he finally left town because of Julia's inability to end her marriage to Victor. Thinking it would convince Victor of her love for him, Julia told him that she wanted to have a baby. Victor responded by having a vasectomy without telling her.

When offered a job modeling for photographer Michael Scott at his studio, Julia jumped at the chance. For once, Victor didn't say no. Michael admired the dark-haired beauty, and they became close friends. While Victor was out of town, Eve suddenly resurfaced. Eve let Julia know that she was there to get Victor back. Feeling vulnerable and confused by Eve's presence, Julia slept with Michael. Julia was immediately overwhelmed with shame. Her friendship with Brock had remained strictly platonic. But now that she had slept with Michael, Julia had actually cheated on Victor for the first time. When Julia began talking about her friend, Michael, Victor became jealous and began following them and taping their conversations. Then Julia turned up pregnant.

Convinced the baby was Michael's, Victor kidnapped Michael and held him prisoner in the bomb shelter under the Newman Ranch. Victor had outfitted it with cameras so he could observe and torture Michael by making him watch Victor and Julia making love in their bedroom above. Victor fed Michael sparingly, and taunted him often. Dinner once even turned out to be a dead rat. Victor hired Paul Williams to feed Michael when he was out of town, and explained to Paul that Michael was a retarded relative who was not allowed out because he was violent and delusional. Eventually, Julia discovered that Michael was being held hostage. She and Paul freed him. When Victor intervened, they had a struggle and Julia tumbled down a flight of stairs. Julia was rushed to the hospital where she miscarried, and Victor discovered that despite his vasectomy, he had actually fathered Julia's baby. Soon after, Julia and Michael both left town, but not together.

In 1982, Eve Howard ran into the now divorced Julia in Paris and heard about Lorie Brooks abandoning Victor at the altar. She told Julia that she was involved with a wealthy count, Max Siebalt. Soon after, Eve went to Genoa City to be sure that Victor was going to continue to provide for their son, Cole Howard, and learned that Victor had put him in his will. Max and Eve began to scheme to get Victor's fortune, because Max was broke. Eve convinced Victor to hire her back as his personal assistant, and for a while, everything seemed fine. When Victor's manservant, Charlie, left, Eve offered to cook Victor's meals for him, lacing them with a slow-acting poison that, in small doses, could not be traced. Victor began to lose weight and appeared ill, and after Victor's dog ate some of his poisoned food and died, Victor became suspicious. Julia overheard part of their plan on the phone and warned Victor that he was in danger, but it was too late. An antidote was found and Victor survived.

Julia proved that Eve was involved by having the poison analyzed. Victor realized that Eve had tried to poison him so that their son, Cole, could inherit half his wealth. With the help of Julia and his friend, Douglas Austin, Victor began a scheme to trap Eve into confessing, and even proposed to her which the greedy Eve quickly accepted. The day of Victor and Eve's wedding, she arrived at the Newman estate to learn that Victor had died. Eve arranged to have Victor's coffin placed in the Newman living room, and took over as the grieving fiancée. Max, sensing that she was losing her grip on reality, quickly married her, since it appeared that Victor had left his estate to Eve. When Julia confided to Eve that she thought Victor was murdered, and that she wanted to exhume his body for an autopsy, Eve sent Max to the graveyard to dig up the corpse. At the cemetery, Max was so shocked to see Victor alive that he fell against a pitchfork and died. Eve tried to stab Victor and was committed to a sanitarium.

A year later in 1984, Victor was getting married to former stripper Nikki Reed. Julia was at the ceremony and Eve Howard even escaped the sanitarium to try to stab Nikki. However, she failed. Around the same time, Julia tested another modeling career as Victor's enemy Jack Abbott hired Julia as Jabot Cosmetics' top model instead of his mistress Diane Jenkins. Diane felt so betrayed by this that she arranged for Jack's pregnant wife, Patty Williams, to walk in and her and Jack having sex. This shocked Patty and she fell, causing a miscarriage. As for Julia, she had an affair with Ashley Abbott's fiancée, Eric Garrison. Julia ended up pregnant, but Eric never knew that Julia had given birth to his child.

By 1985, Julia and her little girl, Jamie Martin, left Genoa City, and Julia ended up marrying Charles Martin. Jamie grew up assuming that Charles was her father, not Eric. During this time, Julia also built up a major interior design firm, Martin Designs, in Lake Forest, Illinois.

In March 2002 a newspaper article alerted Victor Newman that a hostile takeover was threatening Julia's Martin Designs, so he dropped everything to go to Lake Forest. Julia was happy and surprised to see him. He told her that she looked wonderful and that he knew about the takeover bid, then he offered to help. After some reminiscing, Julia told him how she and her late husband, Charles, had created their successful design business together, and said that she didn't think Victor was the kind of person that could work side-by-side with his wife in business. She joked that he wasn't as controlling as when they were married, but she was young and he was older and set in his ways. She asked about his kids and his love life and was pleased that he dating Nikki Newman again, whom she liked. Julia told him about her daughter, Jamie, who was in college.

They met with Maxwell Hollister who refused Victor's offer to buy all the stock in Julia's company, even at ten percent over the value. Before Hollister could leave, Victor promised to create a similar design division at Newman Enterprises, put Julia in charge of it, attack Hollister's company at its weak spots and run him out of business. Thwarted, Hollister signed Victor's purchase agreement and left. Julia thanked Victor for saving the company that meant so much to her. After a few more reminiscences, Victor asked her what she thought of their time together when she looked back. She said that he was domineering and always in control of any relationship that he entered. They hugged and even kissed then said goodbye. She seemed sad to see him leave. An angry Max tracked down Leanna Love. He told her he'd read Ruthless and knew she was once married to Victor, then told her how Victor humiliated him, and that he wanted revenge. Leanna explained that Victor's actions for Martin Designs was much more than business, explaining that Julia was Victor's first wife. Max agreed to do Leanna's TV show and give her the scoop on Julia and Victor, in exchange for some recent photos her photographer shot of Victor and Ramona Caceres.

Nikki Newman saw the show and was upset that Victor had visited both Ramona and Julia without telling her. It wasn't long before Max approached Nikki, and suggested she join him against Victor. Victor tried to explain to Nikki his soul-searching visits to Julia and Ramona, as well as Hope Wilson. He said that he didn't want to repeat his mistakes of the past, and proposed to Nikki with an engagement ring. Nikki was also reluctant to try again, and said she would give him an answer when she returned to town in two weeks. Max went to Victor and let him know that he was courting Nikki for revenge. Victor ended up telephoning Hope, Julia, and Ramona. They convinced Leanna to do a retraction of the story. When Nikki returned, she accepted Victor's proposal. Then Lorie Brooks showed up in town looking for Max to sign their divorce papers. When Max found out that Lorie was once a love of Victor's, he tried to get her to join him in his revenge. She ended up agreeing, but their scheme which involved Lorie's seduction of Victor, while Nikki watched on videotape fell apart as Lorie ended up falling for Victor and couldn't follow through on the scheme. Victor and Nikki ended up remarrying in September 2002.

Walter Palin

Scott Hoxby (January 10, 2008[54]-August 20, 2008,[55] December 24, 2008[56])

Walter was a member of the mob, first appearing in the company of David Chow as an unknown man, for whom David seemed to have been doing favors. It was revealed that Walter was blackmailing David because he had owed him (and his bosses) money. David's wife Nikki wasn't suspicious of Walter since David introduced him as a longtime friend, but the truth came out when David and Walter had a fight, and David admitted he owed him some money. Walter returned on occasions to collect money from David and once David paid off his debt with Nikki's money Walter left, saying that he will eventually return. David tried to stay away from his past but could not.

Investigation in David's past led by Paul Williams revealed Walter's real name, Tony Amato. He and David had known each other for years. Walter was worried that he might be compromised and David had to kill Skye Lockhart by his orders, but their business did not end there. Walter continued blackmailing David, who finally decided to cut all links to Walter. Walter did not take the news well, and he ordered David's wife killed. He did not know that in the car, where Nikki was supposed to be, David took Sabrina Costelana and the two of them ended up in an accident, and eventually died.

Walter ran away to a secure location in Mexico, but was followed by Victor Newman, who was seeking revenge for the death of Sabrina. He went along on a boat ride with Walter where he confronted him for what he had done. Victor did not kill Walter, but left him to die on the boat. Walter's body was found the following morning, but his death was never resolved by the police.

Alex Perez

Alex Perez
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Alexia Robinson
(2000-2002)
First appearance November 29, 2000[57]
Last appearance May 9, 2002[58]
Cause/reason Moved To Minneapolis
Created by Kay Alden and Trent Jones
Profile
Gender Female

Alex Perez is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by actress Alexia Robinson from November 29, 2000 to May 9, 2002.

Alex arrived in Genoa City to work on an important case for Newman Enterprises, and the firm's boss Victor Newman was immediately impressed by the way she was doing business. She was working together with Neil Winters and the attraction between them was high even though they were constantly fighting. Olivia Winters helped Alex win the case, but in real life the two were never friends because Olivia was constantly afraid of losing Neil to Alex.

Meanwhile, Neil's brother Malcolm Winters fell for Alex and they started dating. Neil was extremely bothered by this because he was in love with Alex and he was about to reveal the truth when Alex finally decided to accept Malcolm's proposal of marriage. Alex desperately tried to hide any sign of involvement with Neil, while Neil was going through a rough time due to a death of his close friend. In a moment of depression, Neil admitted his feelings for Alex to Malcolm, but Alex reassured Malcolm that she did not care for Neil, and the couple went back to planning their life together.

Malcolm, Alex and Neil ended up a trip to Kenya where Malcolm overheard Alex talking about her feelings for Neil, but did not hear that Alex decided to fully commit to Malcolm. Malcolm ended up in an accident, as Alex and Neil returned to Genoa City. They realized that Malcolm must have overheard their conversation and that's why he left. Alex decided to move back to Minneapolis after she wasn't able to deal with the guilt.

Norman Peterson

Mark Haining (1994)

Norman Peterson was a con man that put a personal ad in the newspaper which was found by Esther Valentine, who could not resist but to answer. In order to impress the gentleman, Esther posed as the owner of the Chancellor mansion, while the real owner Katherine Chancellor and Rex Sterling agreed to go along with her plan and dress as servants. In a rather short time, Norman convinced Esther to ask Kay to put her in her will. Kay and Rex were very suspicious of Norman when he proposed marriage to Esther, so they decided to have a fake wedding. Norman knew his plans were foiled and he wasn't ready to wait years until he could get his hands on the Chancellor fortune, so he tried to break into the safe. Rex caught him, so Norman killed him and was arrested for his murder later.

Owen Pomerantz

Owen Pomerantz
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Albie Selznick
(2009-2010)
First appearance January 13, 2009[59]
Last appearance September 17, 2010
Cause/reason Sent to jail
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer. and Scott Hamner
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation District Attorney

Detective and District Attorney Owen Pomerantz appears when Adam Wilson/Newman is convicted of writing the diary framing Victor for the murder of Walter Palin. Owen is seen off and on until September 2009 when Mary Jane Benson AKA Patty Williams is discovered after shooting Victor and takes the case to put Patty away. When Patty is diagnosed as psychotic, she is found incompetent to stand trail and therefore, the case is dropped. Owen then takes the Ray Elkins case after Detective Chance Chancellor is stabbed by a supposed "homeless man". Again, after Adam Newman teamed up with and drugged Patty and escaped from the hospital he was staying at, Adam was at the Policeman's Ball on April 5, 2010 where someone killed Richard Hightower to frame Nicholas Newman for murder. Upon the club's explosion he fled town leaving Genoa City authorities with the belief that he had been murdered. Later it was discovered that the body discovered was that of Richard Hightower not Adam Newman. Owen accuses Nick of murder and since he has vendetta against the Newmans, will not drop charges although enough evidence suggests Nick was framed by Adam. This continues for several months until Adams returns to town with Skye Lockhart. Nick's charges are eventually dropped and Adam is put in jail for consipiracy but is soon released on bail by Skye Lockhart. Patty Williams is another major suspect in the murder case by Owen. Owen then discovered that dirty cops were dealing drugs to the inmates of the Genoa City Jail. He puts Chance on the case and then makes it his duty to guard Heather Stevens, since someone involved with the investigation was trying to kill her. Later, Owen hired a new partner for Chance, detective Ronan Malloy. Later it was revealed that Owen was working with det. Sid Meeks and that he was in fact, one of the dirty cops. Ronan is also pretending to be a dirty cop, and when Meeks told him he had to kill Chance, Ronan requested a meeting with the head of the operation, and when he got there, the man in question was Owen. He handed Ronan a gun, and told him that to prove his fidelity, he had to shoot and kill Chance. Chance then discovered that there were secret meetings being had in an old warehouse by the dirty cops. He decides to go see to try to close the case and to get reinstated as detective. When he got there and he discovered that the dirty cops were Meeds and Owen, Chance made them throw down their guns and assume the position. Ronan Malloy then entered the room with a gun pretening to be a dirty cop to help him. He held his gun to Chance and when Owen saw that Ronan had no intention of shooting Chance, he told Meeks to kill them both. Ronan took a desperate shot to try to kill Meeks, but instead shot and killed Chance accidentally.

Owen is later arrested at Chance's funeral on September 17, 2010. He warns Ronan that he will end up dead like Chance, but Ronan is not betting on it.

Vanessa Prentiss

Vanessa Prentiss
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by K.T. Stevens
(1976-1981)
First appearance August 1976
Last appearance November 1981
Cause/reason She committed suicide & tried to frame Lorie for her murder
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Female
Occupation Owner of Prentiss Industries

Vanessa Prentiss is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by the late actress K.T. Stevens from the summer of 1976 to November 1981.

Character History
Vanessa was the mother of Lance and Lucas Prentiss. During the first year she was introduced, the lower part of her face was concealed with a veil because of a scar she received in about 1972 while rescuing Lance from a fire, which was accidentally caused by Lucas, who ran off after feeling guilty over the accident. Embarrassed by her condition, Vanessa never ventured into public. Vanessa was strongly against Lance's relationship with Lorie Brooks, whom she immediately took a disliking to upon their first meeting as she wanted Lance to pursue Lorie's sister Leslie, who met Lance first when on vacation in Paris. Vanessa then began her long tenure of conspiring to get Lorie out of Lance's life in order to get Lance and Leslie together. Presured by Lorie to have cosmetic surgery, a resentful Vanessa unveiled her scars to Lorie. Vanessa later bought a revolver and planned to get even with Lorie after getting her to take off her veil revealing her scar. Unaware that Vanessa was out to get her, Lorie convinced Vanessa to consult a plastic surgeon. After the death of Lorie's mother Jennifer, she started feeling closer to Vanessa and set out to find Vanessa's son, Lucas. After Lorie found Lucas and brought him to Genoa City, Vanessa was astonished to her son for the first time in years and vetoed his plan to leave town. Vanessa was grateful to Lorie for bringing Lucas back into her life. Persuaded by Lucas, Vanessa underwent successful surgery for her scars. Vanessa was later shocked to learn that Lucas had married Leslie. After it was learned that Vanessa's disfiguring scars were a thing of the past, she went out in public for the first time without the veil.

After feeling miffed that Lance always seemed to side with Lorie, Vanessa plotted to shift their family company, Prentiss Industries, into Lucas' control, unbeknownst to Lance, and she later followed through with her plan. Lance was disappointed when Vanessa oust him as the company boss while Vanessa told Lorie she would not put Lance back in charge unless Lorie divorced him, which put a series of pressure on Lorie after Lance began spirring out of control. Lorie finally gave into Vanessa's demands by straining her marriage to Lance, which led to Lance leaving town.

In 1981, Vanessa learned she had two months to live after being diagnosed with a terminal illness and she kept quiet about her illness. After learning she had a short time to live, Vanessa, who had kept mum for over two years about Lance being the father of Leslie's baby, wrote in a journal that Lance has a son. When Lance returned to town with his fiancee, he later ended his engagement and resumed his romance with Lorie. Vanessa then plotted to shove Lorie down a stairway, but changed her plan and made Lance back down from Lorie after lying that Lorie was still involved with Lucas. Vanessa applauded when Lance turned to Leslie. As Vanessa's illness deteriorated, she still plotted against Lorie and then forged a venomous letter to herself signing Lorie's name to it. Vanessa later plunged to her death off a balcony after staging a fight with Lorie.

Clint Radison

Clint Radison
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Sal Landi
(1988-1989)
James Michael Gregary
(1989-1990, 1990-1991, 2009)
First appearance December 12, 1988
Last appearance March 26, 2009
Cause/reason Died from a heart attack
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer. and Scott Hamner
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Crook

Clint Radison is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, originated by actor Sal Landi from December 12, 1988 to the fall of 1989 and then played by James Michael Gregary from the fall of 1989 to June 1990 with a reprise appearance from December 1990 to March 1991. James Michael Gregary briefly returned to the show from January 16, 2009[60] to March 26, 2009.[61]

A former cellmate of Rex Sterling, Clint Radison, showed up in Genoa City and found out that Gina Roma was her daughter, so he developed a plot to seduce her, and eventually married her. In the meantime, he had stumbled upon Marge Cotrooke, a look-alike of town's richest citizen, Katherine Chancellor, so he started training Marge, along with his friends, to take over Kay's position and kidnap Kay and her maid Esther Valentine. His plan was foiled when Kay's son Brock Reynolds and lawyer Mitchell Sherman revealed their plot and saved Kay's and Esther's lives. Clint went to prison after Marge decided to help out Kay. Clint escaped a few months later and Kay nearly attacked him when he showed up on her doorstep, but she was stopped by Gina who declared she still had feelings for Clint. Realizing Kay was upset over her encounter with Clint, Brock decided to talk some sense into Gina. Ignoring Gina's plea to give Clint another chance, however, Brock planned to turn him in. While Gina was begging Clint not to turn himself in, Brock was attacked by an armed robber. Clint arrived on the scene, but it was too late to stop the robber from shooting Brock. Although Clint wanted to help Brock, Clint decided to make a run for it. Kay later assumed Clint was responsible for Brock's shooting. However, Clint managed to call for help for Brock and Brock was rushed to the hospital. Rex was shocked by Kay's admission that Clint saved Brock's life. Later, Rex arrived at Gina's, demanding that she tell him where Clint was. Coming out of hiding, Clint told Rex he never intended to hurt Gina. Gina was mortified when Clint admitted he called the police. Clint was taken back to prison.

Early in 2009, after getting out of prison, Clint found his way back to Genoa City to get his hands on the Chancellor fortune. He started working with Roger Wilkes in a plot to marry Esther. At the same time, Clint found out that Marge ended up in a car crash with Kay, and that Kay might still be alive, but unable to prove her identity. When Roger and Clint's plot to marry Esther was going too slow for them because Esther thought Kay might be alive, Clint decided to take a different plan and kidnap Kay, which he eventually did, taking her to an unknown location where she was being watched by Annie Wilkes, another one of Clint's accomplices.

Kay attempted to escape on several occasions, even by convincing Annie to help her out, but Clint always came in town to stop them. When he realized he was done watching over them, he set up a bomb at the hotel where Kay and her maid Esther were being held and then ran away along with Roger and Annie. While going away, Clint kidnapped Kevin Fisher and decided to use him for his future plans. Sensing how dangerous Clint had become, Annie and Roger ran away, leaving Kevin alone with Clint. After learning about Kevin's childhood traumas on television, Clint tortured and traumatized Kevin into robbing banks dressed in a chipmunk costume. Clint was overjoyed every time Kevin brought him money until one day he had a heart attack and collapsed on the floor, leaving Kevin worrying that he could have killed Clint. Amber Moore first saw Clint's body when Kevin locked her inside the closet, and Clint's body was later found by Michael Baldwin and Daniel Romalotti. On March 26, 2009, Clint's eternal fate was disclosed by the spirit of Marge Cotrooke. Back one more time while her corpse was disinterred for DNA testing, Marge revealed Clint did not make it to heaven, having taken a "southern detour" instead.

Dr. Timothy Reid

Dr. Timothy Reid
The Young and the Restless
The Bold and the Beautiful
Portrayed by Aaron Lustig
(1996-1997, 2002) (on Y&R)
(2001) (on B&B)
First appearance March 1996
(on The Young and the Restless)
February 20, 2001
(on The Bold and the Beautiful)
Last appearance May 11, 2001
(on The Bold and the Beautiful)
December 11, 2002
(on The Young and the Restless)
Cause/reason Left town
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Nickname(s) Tim
Gender Male
Occupation Therapist

Dr. Timothy Reid is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor Aaron Lustig on The Young and the Restless from March 1996 to November 29, 1997[62] and again in one episode on December 11, 2002. The character was on The Bold and the Beautiful from February 20, 2001[63] to May 11, 2001.[64]

Timothy, whom Phyllis called Tim, was the psychiatrist of Phyllis Summers. Phyllis told him her most deep secrets, from disappointments in her childhood to her current life problems. Tim slept with Phyllis after she seduced him, and she used the videotape of their lovemaking to blackmail him to testify on her behalf in court during the trial to end her marriage to Danny Romalotti. Tim later recanted his testimony which ruined his career. After her marriage to Danny was over, Phyllis used Tim to make Danny jealous, even though Danny was never aware who Phyllis was sleeping with. Tim proposed to Phyllis and she accepted, but nothing came out of that after Danny wanted Phyllis back.

In 2001, Tim moved to Los Angeles, where he was found by Morgan DeWitt, a woman he knew from when they were young. Morgan seduced Tim and convinced him that it was okay what she did—chained Taylor Hayes in the basement. They slept together and had an agreement to move Taylor from the basement to the living room. Once Taylor was free, the couple ran away, but Morgan had to return and ended up captured.

Casey Reed

Casey Reed
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Roberta Leighton
(1978-1981, 1984, 1985-1989, 1998)
First appearance March 1978
Last appearance April 1998
Cause/reason Left town
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Nickname(s) Case
Gender Female
Occupation Medical Doctor

Dr. Casey Reed is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, played by actress Roberta Leighton from March 1978 to June 1981. Leighton made a brief guest appearance in April 1984 and returned on a recurring basis from October 1985 to January 1989. Leighton made a brief return from March 23, 1998 to April 1998.

Dr. Casey Reed is Nikki Newman's older and only sister. Casey takes a job at Snapper Foster's medical clinic in 1978. Snapper falls in love with Casey after he separates from his wife, Chris Brooks. Casey and Snapper's relationship is troubled from the start because Casey suffers from a fear of sex and she is also worried about her younger sister, Nikki, who is a promiscuous teenager. When Nikki and Casey's mother is killed in a car crash, their father Nick Reed, returns to Genoa City. Seeing her father again, Casey remembers a traumatic incident that has been buried deep in her subconscious. When she was a child, Nick raped her. When Casey, accompanied by her friend Brock Reynolds, goes to confront Nick, he is in the process of trying to rape Nikki. During Nikki's struggle to defend herself, she accidentally kills their father.

Casey later begins seeing Lucas Prentiss who has separated from his wife Leslie Brooks. As Lucas turns his sights on Casey, who is making great strides in recovering from her troubled childhood. Casey is also trying to emotionally detach herself from Snapper, whose wife Chris has returned to Genoa City. When Chris realizes Snapper was involved with Casey, she introduces herself to the new woman in her husband's life. Since Snapper cannot decide which woman he wants to see exclusively, Chris and Casey jointly decided to cut off contact with him until he is able to make a decision. Casey ends her association with Lucas after realizing he still has feelings for Leslie. In 1981, Casey is harassed by a secret stalker, who eventually shifts his focus to Nikki. Meanwhile, Casey leaves Genoa City when she accepts a job in another town. In 1984, Casey briefly returns to Genoa City to attend her sister's wedding to Victor Newman. Casey returns to Genoa City in 1985 and leaves town again in 1989.

In 1998, Casey makes another visit to Genoa City upon learning about the shooting of Nikki who has been shot by an psychotic woman named Veronica Landers who was posing as a maid named Sarah Lindsay.

Casey will return to Genoa City in December 2011.

Andy Richards

Andy Richards
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Steven Ford
(1981-1987, 2002-2003)
First appearance July 1981
Last appearance May 9, 2003
Cause/reason Left town
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Formerly a partner in Williams Investigations
Formerly a bartender at The Bayou

Andy Richards is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, portrayed by actor Steven Ford from July 1981 to December 1987 and again from October 29, 2002[65] to May 9, 2003.

In the 1980s, Andy worked as a partner in the Paul Williams Detective Agency, and originally dated Nikki Reed. In 1982, Andy began seeing Jill Foster. Jill liked Andy, but was not content with the wages that he earned. She attempted to convince him to take a higher-paying job, and he eventually proposed marriage to her. Jill reluctantly agreed, but was horrified to learn that his plan was for them to move into his mother's old house to save on expenses. Andy broke off their engagement when Jill began getting closer to Jabot Cosmetics tycoon John Abbott.

In 1984, Andy met, fell in love with, and married Diane Jenkins. They divorced two years later. Andy then set his sights on mysterious singer Faren Connor. The two became close, but Andy's friend Lauren Fenmore was suspicious of Faren. Faren eventually confided in Andy that she had severe amnesia and could not remember anything about her past or true identity. A concerned Lauren convinced a wary Diane to reconcile with her ex-husband to keep him away from Faren, but Andy wanted nothing more than a friendship with Diane. Instead, Andy married Faren, and Lauren reluctantly gave the couple her blessing.

Determined to find out about Faren's past, Lauren put a personal ad in the newspaper. A man named Evan Sanderson answered the ad and revealed that Faren was really his missing wife, Michelle, and the mother of their daughter, Betsy. Faren did not remember her husband or her daughter. After Evan had accepted his wife's amnesia as permanent and prepared to return home to Pittsburgh, Faren's memory suddenly returned. Faren reconnected with Evan and Betsy, but Evan was shot dead by his jealous housekeeper and former lover, Janet. Andy decided to marry Faren and move to Pittsburgh to be a family with Betsy. Fifteen years later, Andy returned to Genoa City alone, revealing he and Faren had divorced. He decided to go back to work as a detective with Paul Williams at his agency, but after about six months, Andy left Genoa City once again.

Glenn Richards

Glenn Richards
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Brendan Burns
(1989, 1991-1993, 1995–1997, 1999, 2001, 2003-2006)
First appearance August 1989
Last appearance January 25, 2006
Cause/reason Either left town or still lives in Genoa City off-screen
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Genoa City District Attorney
Formerly a Prosecutor for the Genoa City Attorney's office

Glenn Richards is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor Brendan Burns originally in the summer of 1989 before the character returned from April 1991 to 1993 and again from the fall of 1995 to January 1996 with brief appearances in October 1997 and August 1999. The character returned on follow up recurring basis from February 2001 to April 6, 2001 and another recurring basis on and off between November 20, 2003 to January 25, 2006.

Character History
Glenn is a tough prosecutor (later district attorney) who always wanted to see Genoa City residents prosecuted to the full extent of the law and usually Glenn came out on top, but something would usually come to light about the person whose in trouble that led Glenn to losing cases once the person got off when evidence came to light proven them innocent. He was the prosecutor on Nina Webster's case after she shot her then husband David Kimble and prosecuted the 1995 case against Nicholas Newman who was tried for the shooting of Matt Clark. Glenn was later appointed District Attorney and for a good while worked with Christine Blair. Glenn is not related to Andy Richards despite the fact they have the same last name.

Miguel Rodriguez

Miguel Rodriguez
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Anthony Pena
(1984-2005, 2006)
First appearance April 1984
Last appearance May 16, 2006
Cause/reason Left town to care for his aunt
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Newman Family Housekeeper and Servant

Miguel Rodriguez is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless portrayed by Anthony Pena from April 1984 to November 23, 2005[66] May 10, 2006,[67] May 16, 2006[68]).

For over twenty years, soft-spoken Miguel Rodriguez was the loyal servant of the Newman family. He first started working for Victor Newman, but later took care of the entire Newman family and eventually became the head of the Newman Ranch staff. He was best known for his delicious cooking and for setting up parties for the entire family. He was always there when someone needed advice, but he never really had a storyline of his own until 1997. Before that, he was only known to have briefly dated Esther Valentine, a servant at the Chancellor mansion. Miguel had said he was originally only going to work for the Newmans until his brother graduated from medical school and then he would be free to explore a more intellectual career of his own. That goal never materialized for Miguel, as he apparently preferred to spend his years working for the Newmans.

In 1997, Miguel got his first real storyline when he fell in love with Veronica Landers--but he knew her as "Sarah," a new servant at the ranch. Veronica was plotting revenge on her ex-husband Joshua Landers, who was at the time married to Nikki Newman. "Sarah" got her revenge by fatally shooting Joshua and wounding Nikki. Miguel did not know of "Sarah's" crimes and continued to support her and looked for possible jobs for her, until it was finally revealed that "Sarah" was really Veronica. She died in Miguel's arms.

Miguel would continue to serve as the Newman's butler/house manager until 2008, though he wasn't seen onscreen after 2006. A new house manager, Estella Munoz, was introduced in April 2008. On June 5, 2008, it was revealed that he had officially left his position at the Newman Ranch in order to care for his aunt, who had been diagnosed with diabetes. The Newman family was saddened to see him go, but understood the necessity. As a farewell gift, Nikki and Victor decided to send him a small gold clock that had sat on the fireplace mantle for many years and which Miguel had often wound up.[69]

Callie Rogers

Callie Rogers
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Michelle Thomas
(1998)
Siena Goines
(1998-2000)
First appearance August 21, 1998
Last appearance February 17, 2000
Cause/reason Left town after her breakup with Malcolm
Created by Kay Alden
Profile
Gender Female
Occupation Singer

Callie Rogers is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, originated by the late Michelle Thomas from August 21, 1998[70] to December 1998. The role was recast with Siena Goines in December 1998 who played the role until February 17, 2000.[71]

Malcolm Winters was surprised when Callie Rogers came back into his life. Prior to her arrival in town, Callie and Malcolm were lovers broken up by her father. Callie hooked up with Malcolm again, while Malcolm was dealing with his failed marriage to Olivia Winters. However, Malcolm and Callie had a hard time rekindling their former relationship due to Callie's troubled marriage to Trey Stark, who served as her manager for her singing gigs and loved to remind Callie that he owned her and everything she did. With the problems from Trey, Malcolm decided to step aside and let Callie work out her marital issues, but Callie knew she want to be with Malcolm and wanted out of her deal with Trey. Finally, the day came where Callie ended her relationship with Trey for good just as Malcolm's marriage to Olivia was finalized.

Malcolm and Callie officially started their relationship. The couple became engaged and Malcolm moved in with Callie, but their happiness was soon destroyed when they found out that Callie was still married to her agent Trey Stark. Callie was pressured by Malcolm into divorcing Trey, while Trey refused to let Callie go. Malcolm could not handle Callie's indecisiveness and they decided to break up.

Roxanne

Tatyana Ali (September 17, 2007[72]-present)

Introduced during Lily Winters' divorce party, Roxanne hooked up with Devon Hamilton. The two began a relationship, with Roxanne making occasional, brief appearances on the show. In August 2009, after a particularly vicious argument, Devon and Tyra Hamilton had sex with each other, unaware that Roxanne had walked in and discovered them in the act. The day after she confronted Devon and Tyra, she broke off the relationship with Devon citing his unfaithfulness. In October 2009, Roxanne was visiting with an ailing Lily, who talked about rebuilding her rocky marriage with Cane. When it was mentioned about Roxanne's break up with Devon, she left in tears. Lily confronted Devon about it and he revealed his secret tryst with Tyra and that Roxanne had caught them in the act. Lily encouraged Devon to make things right with her. Initially, Roxanne resisted Devon's sincere attempts to apologize, but eventually accepted and they resumed their relationship.

Shiloh

Julie Pinson (February 16, 2004[73]-May 14, 2004[74])

When Colleen Carlton arranged for her boyfriend J.T. Hellstrom to sing at Crimson Lights, J.T. wasn't aware that a record promoter named Shiloh was in the audience. She was so impressed with his performance that she offered him a contract, and the two left to Los Angeles to make J.T. a singing star. Shiloh asked J.T. to change a part of his personality to be a better star. Colleen was hurt when J.T. said at a press conference that he was single on Shiloh's orders. Shiloh prepared a record release party for J.T., but he did not show up, and that's where his career ended, and Shiloh never appeared again.

John Silva

John Castellanos (July 1989-April 20, 2004[75])

John arrived in town in the summer of 1989 when he served as Derek Stuart's lawyer when on trial for date raping Christine Blair. Eventually, John Silva became the town's most active lawyer, mostly working on cases with new lawyer Christine. Silva represented residents of the town in various cases, from drug charges, sexual harassment, murders, divorces to custody battles. He primarily worked for the Newman and Abbott families. His personal life wasn't fully explored, but he did have a brief relationship with Nina Webster and an affair with Jill Foster Abbott before leaving Genoa City for good.

April Stevens

April Stevens
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Janet Wood
(1979)
Cindy Eilbacher
(1979-1982, 1992-1994)
Rebecca Staab
(2008)
Duration 1979–1982, 1992–1994, 2008
First appearance December 1979
Last appearance January 14, 2008
Cause/reason Left Town
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Female
Residence New York City

April Stevens is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless. The role was originated by actress Janet Wood in December 1979; later that same month, the role was recast with Cindy Eilbacher, who played the character until March 1982 and again from the fall of 1992 through June 1994. Actress Rebecca Staab played the role in two episodes on January 11 and 14, 2008.[76][77]

In 1979, April became neighbors with Chris and Snapper Foster as she moved right next door to them in their apartment building. April Stevens then began to see and have an affair with Paul Williams and she became pregnant. Paul urged April to put the baby up for adoption and turned his back on her—but only until the baby was in danger of dying. Paul's brother Steve then suggested Paul marry April, but Paul was reluctant. In January 1981, they eventually married, but Paul wasn't happy to be married to April and their marriage proved to be a loveless marriage. Paul months later then had an affair with April's twin sister, Barbara Ann Harding, who April had yet to meet. The baby girl survived and was named Heather, but parental responsibility proved too much for Paul; he and April divorced and April and Heather left town. April married Dr. Robert Lynch, who physically abused April and was later killed by her in an act of self-defense. April briefly returned to Genoa City in 2008 and revealed to Heather that Paul was her father, allowing them to begin to rebuild their father-daughter relationship.

Derek Stuart

Ken Olandt (May 1989 - October 1989)

Cricket Blair met Derek Stuart who she grew very fond of and began dating after she was forced to end her relationship with Dr. Scott Grainger after discovering they were half-siblings. One night after an enjoyable evening together, Derek accompanied Cricket back to her apartment and then showed his tumultuous side when he date-raped a horrified Cricket. Although traumatized by the incident, Cricket found the courage to press charges against Derek. Her strength inspired another woman to step forward and testify that Derek had also raped her. Angered by the prospect of a long prison sentence, Derek vowed revenge against Cricket. He cornered the young model in the hotel room and aimed a gun at her, but just as he fired, Scott burst into the room and took the bullet instead and later survived the gunshot wound. Derek tried to escape by jumping through a window. Instead, he fell to his death.

Maggie Sullivan

Maggie Sullivan
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Tammy Lauren
(2006-2008)
First appearance October 30, 2006
Last appearance February 21, 2008
Cause/reason Either left town or still lives in Genoa City off-screen
Created by Lynn Marie Latham, Kay Alden, and John F. Smith
Profile
Gender Female
Occupation Police Detective

Maggie Sullivan is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Tammy Lauren from October 30, 2006[78] to February 21, 2008.[79]

Maggie Sullivan first came onto the scene in Genoa City to investigate the murder of Carmen Mesta, whose body was found behind the club Indigo. Throughout the case, she remained a force to be reckoned with and continued to search for the truth as to who killed Carmen, where she was murdered and why. She also began a relationship with Paul Williams, but it had a rocky start when she tracked him to an abandoned warehouse and found what she believed to be Phyllis Newman imprisoned in a cage, but it was actually the psychotic Sheila Carter, who had undergone plastic surgery to look like Phyllis. Maggie let 'Phyllis' out, only to be choked by her and left for dead. Sheila then imprisoned Paul in the cage with Maggie and shot Maggie.

After Sheila-as-Phyllis was murdered, Paul visited Maggie in the hospital and told her that when questioned, she should leave Lauren and Michael out of the story, as they too, like Maggie, had "stumbled into this themselves." Then, a fellow detective came to ask Maggie about her shooting and Paul was asked to step outside. Maggie never told anyone of Michael, Paul, or Lauren's involvement and she and Paul resumed dating. Months later, Paul gave Maggie another shock when he revealed that the new Assistant D.A. in town was his daughter Heather Stevens that he'd had with his ex-wife, April. The only thing was Heather did not know Paul was her biological father. This led Maggie to encourage him to tell Heather the truth. Maggie was last seen in Genoa City in February 2008. She and Paul did not break up on camera, and no mention was made of her when Paul began seeing Nikki.

Derek Thurston

Derek Thurston
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Caleb Stoddard
(1976)
Jeff Cooper
(1976)
Joe Ladue
(1977-1981, 1984)
First appearance 1976
Last appearance April 13, 1984
Cause/reason Left town after getting rejected by Kay
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Male
Occupation Formerly CEO of Chancellor Industries
Formerly a hair dresser

Derek Thurston is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless. The role was played by Caleb Stoddard and Jeff Cooper in 1976. In 1977, actor Joe Ladue assumed the role and played the role through March 1981 and made a guest appearance on April 13, 1984.

Derek was a hairdresser tricked into marrying Katherine Chancellor by Kay herself after Kay had fallen in love with him. Derek was actually attracted to Kay's sworn enemy, Jill Foster Abbott, but he decided to go along with Katherine because he knew he would gain wealth if he lived with her for a year and could then set up his own salon. However, Derek's past in organized crime came back to haunt him when the mob tried to shoot him, but accidentally shot Katherine, who was left paralyzed. Even after she recovered, Kay used her health as a way to hold onto Derek.

Derek's life took another strange turn when his ex-wife, Suzanne Lynch, came to town prepared to do anything to win Derek back. By lacing candy with drugs, she attempted to drive Kay to insanity but it backfired when it appeared Kay had been killed by the candy and Derek, free of both his wives, inherited the Chancellor fortune and planned to marry Jill. Everyone was shocked when thought-to-be-dead Katherine showed up at the wedding to reclaim her fortune—and Derek, as well. The newly-reunited couple decided to go on a cruise, but while traveling they had a fight that resulted in Kay jumping overboard. When she returned from being held captive by and falling in love with a man named Felipe, she divorced Derek.

Derek had a friendly reunion with both Jill, who informed him she had gotten married, and Kay, who had just recently had a face-lift, when he appeared at the wedding of Victor Newman and Nikki Newman in 1984.

Rafael "Rafe" Torres

Rafe Torres
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Yani Gellman
(2008-)
First appearance December 1, 2008
Created by Maria Arena Bell, Hogan Sheffer, and Scott Hamner
Profile
Aliases Rafael Torres
Gender Male
Occupation Lawyer

Rafe Torres is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actor Yani Gellman on The Young and the Restless since December 1, 2008.[80]

Rafael Torres was a lawyer introduced during Ana Hamilton's foster care battle. He was a longtime friend of Billy Abbott. Rafe also worked as Adam Wilson's lawyer when he was prosecuted for forging the incriminating diary of his father, Victor Newman, and helped out Billy in the custody battle for his daughter with Chloe, Delia. It was also revealed that the Newman's housekeeper, Estella Munoz, was Rafe's aunt. On April 24, 2009, Rafe was revealed to be gay when Lily Winters, unaware of his sexual orientation, attempted to set him up on a date with Colleen Carlton. After a matter of fact revelation of his being gay, the two agreed to be friends. After his aunt, Estella, was accused of gaslighting Ashley Abbott, he became determined to prove his aunt's innocence. After talking with Nikki Newman about who might really be behind the gaslighting, he became suspicious of his friend and former client Adam. However, when Rafe went to the Newman Ranch to accuse a house-arrested Adam, Adam tried to distract Rafe by seducing him. He lied to Rafe telling him he had feelings for him. A conflicted Rafe decided to believe him, revealing that he had actually been feeling the same way about Adam. It wasn't what Adam expected to hear, but this did not stop his seduction. On June 29, 2009, the two men had a sexual encounter. Though it was not shown onscreen, the seduction scene stopped just before a kiss between them and then, when their scene later resumed, Adam and Rafe were shown putting back on their clothes. Post-sexual encounter, Rafe told Adam that he understood that Adam was in love with Heather and knew how negatively Genoa City viewed him, so perhaps Adam was just sexually confused. Rafe explained that he needed to leave, but told Adam that he would stay with Adam (presumedly to have more sex) if it was what he wanted. Adam, who was visually shaken by the entire homosexual encounter he'd initiated just to keep Rafe from discovering his lies, tried to remain calm and told Rafe to go citing that because Adam was on house-arrest at the Ranch, Victor would often walk into his bedroom without knocking. As soon as Rafe had left, Adam immediately called Heather and asked her to come over. Once she arrived, he almost immediately initiated sex with her—seemingly to get his mind off what had just happened between him and Rafe. As the story of Ashley's gaslighting continued (and was seemingly resolved—with his Aunt Estella being proven innocent and insane Patty Williams being wrongly accused instead of the guilty Adam), Rafe was not seen as often. Rafe has recently been acting as Billy Abbott's attorney, and has been helping Billy write an article to expose Adam.

Tony Viscardi

Tony Viscardi
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Nick Scotti
(1996-1999)
Jay Bontatibus
(1999-2000)
First appearance December 1996
Last appearance January 19, 2000
Cause/reason Died of sustained injuries after being run over on his motorcycle by Tricia Dennison
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Aliases Antonio Viscardi
(birth name)
Gender Male
Occupation Auto Mechanic

Tony Viscardi is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by Nick Scotti from December 1996 to January 22, 1999[81] then by Jay Bontatibus from February 5, 1999[82] to January 19, 2000.[83]

Tony, an Italian mechanic, was introduced as the boyfriend of Grace Turner, who neglected Tony's feelings and flirted with other guys. As Tony continued trying to get back together with Grace, he usually found himself in altercations with other guys. While Grace never fully wanted to rekindle her relationship with Tony, she would use him in order to get something. In 1997, they both started looking into what happened with the first child Grace's friend Sharon Newman gave up for adoption and both located the child, Cassie Newman, in Madison, Wisconsin. When Grace became attached to the child, Tony constantly tried to encourage her to do the right thing. In 1998, Tony dumped Grace for good due to her obsession with Nicholas Newman.

One day at Crimson Lights Coffee House, Tony met college student Megan Dennison. He took an instant liking to her and thought she was a welcome relief from the manipulative Grace. Tony and Megan began dating, much to the disapproval of Megan's father, Keith and her sister, Tricia. When Megan defiantly told Keith that she was going to keep seeing Tony despite what he thought, Tricia became unhealthily obsessed with breaking them up. Her efforts were futile. On Tony and Megan's wedding day, Megan became concerned when the groom did not show up. Speeding to stop the wedding, Tricia had blindly ran Tony down in the Dennisons' driveway. Tony was rushed to hospital and married Megan moments before passing away.

Gil Wallace

Cassius Willis (July 30, 2008[84]-August 2009)

Gil Wallace was a detective with the Genoa City Police Department. He was first seen working on the case of the suspicious car accident deaths of David Chow and Sabrina Newman. He handled other cases as well and eventually developed a relationship with Tyra Hamilton, but it did not last after Gil had to report to the Child Care Authorities that Ana Hamilton wasn't Tyra's daughter which meant Ana had to be put into foster care.

Alistair Wallingford

Jerry Douglas (March 18, 2008[85]-June 11, 2008[86])

Alistair was a down-on-his-luck actor who happened to be a look-a-like of the late John Abbott. He was introduced on March 18, 2008, when John's son Jack and his wife Sharon hired him in a plot to evict John's manipulative widow, Gloria, and her new husband Jeffrey Bardwell, from the Abbott mansion. Alistair enjoyed his beer and wine and was usually drunk, causing problems with Jack and Sharon's plans. They finally fired him and tried to keep him hidden away in a room at the Genoa City Athletic Club, but he escaped from Sharon and returned to the Abbott mansion to pursue his attraction for Gloria. When he entered the house, Lauren was about to walk down the stairs when she saw him and, thinking he was John Abbott, fainted and fell down the stairs.

Alistair later ran into Katherine Chancellor at Crimson Lights Coffeehouse, and she was surprised at how similar Alistair looked to John. She then saw Alistair near her house and invited him inside, where she learned more about Alistair. Jill Foster Abbott, her daughter, was also shocked when she first saw Alistair. The two women later learned more about Jack's plot against Gloria, and the fact that Alistair had fallen in love with Gloria. Eventually, Jack and Sharon decided that it was time to be rid of Alistair. The Abbotts made a $50,000 donation to a struggling, out-of-area theater group in exchange for Alistair being cast in both their summer and fall productions (the latter being the role of "Felix" in The Odd Couple). Before he could leave, however, Alistair insisted on saying goodbye to Gloria.

Hank Weber

Sherman Augustus (2002–2005)

Detective Hank Weber arrived on the scene when Diane Jenkins was involved in a fire at the Abbott poolhouse. The fire was led to be believed to had been caused by Phyllis Summers, but in time was learned it was caused by Diane. Detective Weber was usually the detective called anytime certain crimes were committed and he last appeared in 2005.

Lindsey Wells

Lindsey Wells
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Lauren Koslow
(1984-1986)
First appearance January 1984
Last appearance Fall 1986
Cause/reason Left town
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Female
Occupation Worked at Jabot Cosmetics

Lindsey Wells is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Lauren Koslow from January 1984 to the fall of 1986. The character was seen in disguise as early as November 1983.

Lindsey was a former girlfriend of Jack Abbott who worked for Jabot. She took illicit photos of Jack and Jill Foster Abbott's affair, then blackmailed the two into giving her higher positions in the company and other concessions – knowing that if John Abbott ever saw her pictures, he would disown his son Jack and divorce Jill. In order to get close to the negatives, Jack concocted a plan to marry Lindsey in a fake ceremony. As soon has she discovered the marriage ceremony was a fake, she sold the negatives to Jill's arch-nemesis Katherine Chancellor. When John eventually saw the pictures, Lindsey, as the photographer, became one of his key witnesses in his divorce trial with Jill. Soon after that, Lindsey left Genoa City and moved to New York.

Roger and Annie Wilkes

David Leisure (January 14, 2009[87]-March 11, 2009,[88] April 30, 2009)
Marcia Wallace (February 16, 2009[89]-March 11, 2009,[88] April 30, 2009)

Roger is a con man that was hired by Cane Ashby as an accountant at Jabot, without Cane knowing Roger's real intentions. Roger is working with Clint Radison, a man that had criminal past connected to Katherine Chancellor and who came back to town looking for revenge. Cane's wife Chloe Mitchell asked Roger to go out on a date with her mother Esther Valentine and Roger gladly accepted, then changed his plan to get the Chancellor wealth. He decided to marry Esther to get her money, and decided to rush by asking Esther to marry him just a few days after they had met. Esther gladly accepted, while others started suspecting Roger might have an agenda.

Clint and Roger kidnapped Katherine and brought her to a seedy motel, where she is being watched by Annie Wilkes, Roger's first wife. Annie at first did not trust Kay when she claimed she is not Marge, but Kay slowly started putting doubt in Annie and trying to make her help out while Clint wasn't there to watch over her. Annie was revealed to be a big Katherine Chancellor fan, which also helped Kay convince Annie to help her out. They both tried to escape, only to be stopped by Roger and Clint various times. Clint tried to get rid of everyone by putting a bomb in the motel, while Annie reconsidered and decided to stick with Clint and Roger after all. While running away, Clint took Kevin hostage, but Roger and Annie decided to abandon Clint by escaping before he could find them.

With help from Canadian authorities, Paul Williams tracked down Annie and Roger and brought them back to Genoa City, where they confessed to everything that had happened in order to free Kevin Fisher from a mental institution, where he had ended up after being mentally tortured by Clint, who had died a few weeks prior to their capture.

Mary Williams

Mary Williams
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Carolyn Conwell
(1980-2004, 2011-)
First appearance March 1980
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Female

Mary Williams is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless played by actress Carolyn Conwell from March 1980 to May 10, 2004. The character ceased appearing after December 22, 2003[90] before making one last appearance on May 10, 2004.[91]

Mary was the wife of officer Carl Williams and the mother of Patty, Paul, Steven and Father Todd Williams. She also has a late sister named Jane. In the late 1980s, Carl, a police officer, went missing and was presumed dead, devastating Mary and her children. Paul, having become a private detective, desperately tried to locate Carl, but to no avail. Ten years later, after Mary had accepted a marriage proposal from Charlie Ottwell, Paul's wife Christine was shocked to discover that Carl was still alive, and living in Norfolk under the name Jim Bradley. It was revealed that he had been captured by criminals while working on a police case, and was beaten and left for dead. An amnesiac Carl had been found and rescued by a woman named Ruth Perkins. Christine convinced "Jim" to return to Genoa City with her. Mary was shocked when Carl returned, and eventually broke off her engagement with Charlie. However, Carl never regained his memory or reconnected with his family, and he went back to Norfolk with Ruth.

Paul and Christine divorced, and Mary became intent on breaking up Paul's latest marriage, to Isabella Braña, of whom Mary did not approve. She enlisted Christine's help in breaking up the marriage, but Christine was unable to convince Paul to leave Isabella. Despite the fact that Isabella had given Mary the grandchild that she had always wanted, a boy who was named Ricardo Carl Williams, Ricardo went to live with Isabella's parents in California. Mary has not been seen on-screen since 2004. It is believed that she left Genoa City to live near Patty and Steven in Washington DC; however, prior to 2009 Patty's whereabouts have never been confirmed. Back in the 1990s, Mary received a mysterious phone call from a woman that audiences assumed was Patty during the time the character was out on the streets. In 2009, a "slowing down" Mary returned (off-screen) with her oldest son, Father Todd Williams, for Paul's nuptials to Nikki Newman. After the wedding was canceled, Mary returned to Washington, D.C. and then went on a bible retreat, presumably being kept updated on her daughter Patty's mental health.

Amy Wilson

Robin Scott (1994)
Julianne Morris (1994–1996)

When Nicholas Newman returned to Genoa City in 1994 as a 16-year-old, he started dating Amy Wilson, a respected teenger that was well liked by Nick's parents. Amy was best friends with Sharon Collins, with whom Nick fell in love, but Nick decided to stay with Amy because Sharon was dating Matt Clark at the time. Amy was put aside when Nick decided to fight for Sharon. Much later, Nick's father Victor found Amy in bad mental state, recovering from some sort of trauma that happened on the night Matt Clark was shot. Amy realized in time that she had shot Matt after he raped her.

Keesha Monroe Winters

Keesha Monroe
The Young and the Restless
Portrayed by Wanda Acuna
(1995)
Jennifer Gatti
(1995-1996)
First appearance July 1995
Last appearance May 1996
Cause/reason Died of AIDS-related illness
Created by William J. Bell
Profile
Gender Female

Keesha Monroe is a fictional character on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless originated by actress Wanda Acuna in July 1995 before Jennifer Gatti later took over the role that same year, playing the role through May 1996.

Character History
In 1995, Nathan Hastings' wife Olivia had begun suspecting that Nathan was having an affair, which he was, unbeknownst to Olivia. Keesha, whose voice was only heard, later called Nathan without leaving her name. Nathan later confessed to Paul that he had been having an affair, but asked Paul to keep quiet. Keesha was first seen at Gina's Place, where Malcolm Winters stumbled upon her, and the two slowly started dating. After a few months of happiness, Malcolm found out that Keesha had an affair with Nathan. Nathan and Keesha's affair was over, but Keesha's troubles did not end there. After another altercation with an upset Malcolm as Keesha pleaded with him to forgive her, Keesha phoned her former boyfriend, Stan, after she realized how much he had meant to her. Keesha was puzzled when the number Stan gave her was for a hospital and was shocked when Stan's brother, Dave, said Stan had just died of AIDS. Later, she retrieved an old letter from Stan, who had written that he was bisexual and that he had the HIV virus. Olivia was Keesha's physician when Keesha went and had herself checked and learned that she was exposed to the HIV virus by Stan. Fearing that she could've exposed Nathan to the virus, Keesha confessed her affair with Nathan to a furious Olivia.

Malcolm dropped his hostility and forgave Keesha for her affair with Nathan after he learned about her ailing health. Sadly, Keesha's health took a turn for worse as the virus worsened. On Keesha's dying breath in order to give her a few final moments of happiness, Malcolm arranged a wedding ceremony. Keesha lost her battle with AIDS as she died in Malcolm's arms moments after reciting their vows.

A few years later Malcolm had a memory of Keesha.

See also

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