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On April 14 Sarah Michelle Gellar was born...

On April 14, 1977 Sarah Michelle Gellar was born.

Sarah Michelle Gellar is best known for playing the title character, Buffy Summers, on “Buffy The Vampire Slayer.” “Buffy The Vampire Slayer”, created by Joss Whedon (director of “The Avengers” films), lasted seven seasons, and gained Gellar recognition for playing a strong female character, as well as bringing the character of Buffy Summers into the foray of pop culture and into the academic world. 543 more words

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When I woke up, it had been placed on my left foot – my glass slipper, the post-op shoe. The same shoes my mom wore at the first nursing home when the patent-leather Merrell sandals I got her went missing (never to be seen again). 766 more words

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Susan Lucci

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Official site of the actress best known as Erica Kane from All My Children. Includes news, biography, photo gallery, chat room, and sales of haircare products. 131 more words

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On December 23 Susan Lucci was born ...

On December 23, 1946, Susan Lucci was born. She is an actress, television host, author, and businesswoman, but yet the titled she is best known for is being “Daytime’s Leading Lady.” She is best known for portraying Erica Kane on ABC’s daytime drama “All My Children” for 41 years. 204 more words

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Happy Birthday, Susan Lucci!

Happy birthday, Susan Lucci! The reigning queen of soaps turns 68 today. The All My Children star became a part of pop culture when she failed to take home a Daytime Emmy for her role as the deliciously devilish Erica Kane, despite 18 nominations. 231 more words

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ON HANSEL! ON GRETEL! ON LUCCI, AND NIXON!

December 23 in history:

Two days before Christmas, eighteen-twenty-three
Folks first read this poem of holiday glee.

A verse called “A Visit from St. Nicholas” 212 more words

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