Olivia Spencer

Olivia Spencer (previously Lewis, O'Neill, and Spaulding) (born February 28) is a fictional character on the popular CBS daytime soap opera, Guiding Light. The character was introduced to audiences in the summer of 1999 as the fiancée of the late Prince Richard Winslow. Crystal Chappell originated the role. The actress has also been nominated five times (most recently, in 2010) for Outstanding Supporting Actress at the Daytime Emmys. She won in 2002.

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Olivia Spencer - Family
... A native of the fictional island of San Cristobel, Olivia is the middle child of the late Gregory and Rebecca Spencer ... and had two siblings the eldest a sister, the late Marissa Spencer Randall, who was murdered by her husband, the late Alfred Randall, and her younger brother, Samuel Marcus "Sam" Spencer ... Olivia received Gus Aitoro's (Ricky Paull Goldin) heart to survive when he was killed on April 1, 2008 ...
Alan Spaulding - The Spaulding Family Tree
... Alexander Spaulding (deceased) (unknown woman) (deceased) Samuel Spaulding (deceased) Victoria (maiden name unknown)(deceased) Brandon Spaulding (deceased) m ... Penelope Winthrop (deceased) Alexandra Spaulding a ...
Ava Peralta - Character's Background
... While at a party, her mother, the underaged Olivia Spencer was ended up having sex with her father, Jeffrey O'Neill (before he had plastic surgery to ... Olivia found out she was pregnant and her mother refused to let her have an abortion ... During a vicious fight, Rebecca Spencer died of a massive stroke and Olivia felt guilty ...
Natalia Rivera Aitoro - Character's Background
... realized Gus had been in love with the now-dying Olivia Spencer ... Natalia decided to do the noble thing and donate Gus's heart to Olivia and saved her life ... become deeply involved in a life with Olivia Spencer ...

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