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Kristen Meadows (1957)

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Kristen Meadows is an actress who has appeared in such daytime TV soap operas as One Life to Live as Mimi King and Santa Barbara as Victoria Lane.

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Kristen is from a family of performers and started her career in musicals. When she was 12, she has got a leading role in musical directed by her grandfather (a band - master). Later she was a model for Wilhelmina Models Agency, did commercials and became a TV and movie actress.

Kristen was engaged with English designer Paul Stanley Lewis, but their wedding was canceled. On 16 July 1988 Meadows married a television director Bill Sheridan but they were soon divorced. She had a romance with her Santa Barbara co-star Frank Runyeon, then started a relationship with Dr. David Kipper. Their son Sam was born in December 1989.

Kristen received death threats from fans over the way she played Victoria Lane, and she knew that she was not popular with Eden and Cruz fans, so Kristen left Santa Barbara in 1989.

Kristen loves football, hunting, cooking and music. Among her best friends - her former colleagues from Santa Barbara: Marcy Walker and Nancy Lee Grahn.

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