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Elizabeth Hubbard
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Birthdate

December 22, 1933

Birthplace

New York City, New York, USA

Children

1

Occupation

Actress

Years Active

1962-2010

Elizabeth Hubbard's daytime career began in 1962 when she played Anne Fletched on Guiding Light, the role last only five months. In 1963, Hubbard appeared on The Edge of Night as Carol Kramer. Hubbard was cast as Althea Davis on The Doctors, a role she played regularly until 1982. From 1983-1984, Hubbard appeared on One Life to Live as Estelle Chadwich. In 1984, Hubbard joined As the World Turns as Lucinda Walsh, a role she would play until the series cancellation in 2010, though she briefly left in 1999 due to a contract issue.

Personal LifeEdit

Hubbard was married to David Bennett (1970-1972) and they had one child: Jeremy Danby (b. 1971).

SoapographyEdit

Awards and NominationsEdit

Daytime Emmy Awards

YEAR CATEGORY CHARACTER/SERIES W/N
1974 Actress Althea Davis, The Doctors W
1976 Actress in a Drama Special First Ladies Diaries: Edith Wilson W
1986 Lead Actress Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1987 Lead Actress Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1988 Lead Actress Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1989 Lead Actress Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1990 Lead Actress Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1991 Lead Actress Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1992 Lead Actress Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1999 Lead Actress Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
2016 Actress in a Digital Drama Series Ava Montgomery, Anacostia N

Soap Opera Digest Awards

YEAR CATEGORY CHARACTER/SHOW W/N
1986 Outstanding Villainess - Daytime Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1986 Outstanding Leading Actress - Daytime Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1988 Outstanding Villainess - Daytime Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1989 Outstanding Leading Actress - Daytime Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1990 Outstanding Comic Actress - Daytime Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1991 Outstanding Lead Actress - Daytime Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1992 Outstanding Lead Actress - Daytime Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1993 Outstanding Lead Actress Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1994 Outstanding Lead Actress Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
1997 Outstanding Female Showstopper Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns N
2000 Favorite Return Lucinda Walsh, As the World Turns

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Preceded by
1st Winner
Lead Actress Winner
1974
Succeeded by
Susan Flannery (1975)

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