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Hi I'm Susan Lucci. Some consider me one of the most famous faces in daytime television history. For over 40 years I played the "woman you love to hate," as Erica Kane on ABC-TV's "All My Children." In May 1999 I won the Emmy Award for "Best Actress." I went on to star in the hit Lifetime series, "Devious Maids" as the wealthy and effervescent socialite, Genevieve Delatour. I was also the host and narrator of Investigation Discovery's highly rated series, "Deadly Affairs."
I received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on January 28, 2005 and was inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2006. I am only the second woman in the history of the Columbus Day parade to serve as Grand Marshal – the first was Sophia Loren. I am proud to serve as an Ambassador for the newly established National Women's Museum in Washington, DC and was named one of E! Entertainment's "Top Entertainers of the Year" as well as one of Barbara Walters' "Ten Most Fascinating People." When VH-1 named me one of its "200 Top Icons of all Time."
In 2011, I appeared in the highly rated season finale of TV Land's "Hot in Cleveland" and returned for another episode in February 2012 entitled, "I Love Lucci." I also guest starred in a recurring role on Lifetime's "Army Wives" in 2012. I competed on ABC's primetime reality show, "Dancing with the Stars," hosted "Saturday Night Live," and guest-starred in many successful television series and numerous movies for television throughout her career. In March 2011 I released my New York Times bestselling autobiography, "All My Life" with Harper Collins.
Acting and singing are only two of my many passions. Within the past 10 years I became a successful entrepreneur launching a Susan Lucci Collection of hair care products, two fragrances, jewelry, shoes, and accessory lines, and a lingerie line for "beauty of all ages." My head-to-toe collection was a constant sell-out on the Home Shopping Network (HSN). In 2002, I introduced a personal microdermabrasion system with Guthy-Renker, Youthful Essence® by Susan Lucci that has sold over 8 million kits worldwide since its debut. I expanded her expertise with Guthy-Renker by also presenting "Malibu Pilates," the widely popular Pilates chair fitness program.
My commitment to her work with children has taken her to Africa in support of Feed The Children, appearing in an Emmy-award winning documentary. My husband and I have been ongoing champions of Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York and have been the spokespersons for the National AFib Campaign. I currently hosts United Cerebral Palsy of NYC Women Who Care Luncheon. I have also served as the March of Dimes' National Ambassador in 2000 and as a celebrity spokesperson for AMDeC (Academic Medicine Development Company) and The New York Cancer Project. Most recently I was inducted into the American Academy of Achievement Awards and presented with the Italian Board of Guardians Lifetime Achievement Award.
Now's your chance to ask me anything! Please write your questions in the comments section below and I'll answer the questions live on Wednesday, November 15th at 12pm ET.
As the most famous face in daytime television history, Susan Lucci held audiences spellbound as the sexy, sassy, beautiful, “woman you love to hate,” Erica Kane on ABC-TV’s, ALL MY CHILDREN. In May 1999, on her 19th nomination, she won the Emmy Award for “Best Actress” -- a well-documented historic [...]