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Film and Television actress, Eileen Davidson is known to millions of television viewers as Ashley Abbott on the number one rated daytime drama “The Young and the Restless” where she originated the role in 1982. She left Y&R to pursue other interests, (below) and then returned to Y&R in 1999 and received her second Emmy nomination. In 2006 she left Y&R only to be asked back to play Ashley Abbott on “The Bold and the Beautiful”. In 2007 she was asked back to Y&R and remains there today. She made television history by portraying five characters simultaneously on “Days of our Lives” where she received her first Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress. 

Her feature film credits include  “Eternity”’ opposite Jon Voight and Armand Asssante, “Easy Wheels” with Paul Le Mat and the horror film cult favorite “House on Sorority Row”. Her primetime credits include Stephen Cannell’s series “Broken Badges” opposite Ernie Hudson and Miguel Ferrer and the T.V. film “Sharing Richard” and various other guest starring roles. 

Eileen is also the spokesperson for the “Nubrilliance” micro dermabrasion system and has also been the spokesperson for the renowned skincare product Prevage from Elizabeth Arden and Allergan.  

She wrote her first Penguin paperback “Death in Daytime” which debuted in November of 2008. Her second novel “Dial Emmy for Murder” was released June of 2009 and her third novel  “Diva Las Vegas” was released in July 2010 from Penguin Books and most recently the fourth in the series “Swingin In The Rain” which was released in June 2011 and available on amazon.com. 

She has graced the covers and pages of many magazines such as “TV Guide”, “Allure”, “Good Housekeeping.

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