May 24, 2020
Susan Lucci looked stunning in her ravishing black gown in a new photo she posted to social media. The actress is best known for portraying Erica Kane on the hit television soap opera "All My Children."
Lucci, 73, recently took to Instagram to share an adorable photo of herself wearing a strapless black mermaid dress. She accessorized herself with drop earrings.
The veteran entertainer was promoting the upcoming ABC special, "The Story of Soaps." This special features the effect of soap operas.
SOCIAL MEDIA RESPONSES
Meanwhile, a lot of fans responded to the picture of Lucci in remarks to the post, with some considering her an "icon" and "queen." Other followers said the right time had come to recover her popular character on television.
As reported by Inquisitr, Lucci likewise looked back on the numerous husbands of her iconic character Erica Kane. The actress posted a magazine article on Instagram. That article listed Erica's list of marriages, remarriages, and invalid unions dating back to 1971.
Fans of daytime television know that Erica Kane is one of the most notorious characters in soap opera history. However, her destiny was left in question when it was implied she was shot during the finale of "All My Children" in 2011.
A LITTLE BUZZ
Since that time, Lucci's name has been referenced a few times in the hit daytime television medical drama "General Hospital."
Lucci previously prodded the chance of an "All My Children" reboot. She said there has been "a little buzz" about a revival of the iconic ABC soap.
Lucci wanted to be an entertainer since she can remember.
IT'S HER DREAM
Lucci was born in December 1946, in Scarsdale, New York, according to IMDb. She grew up in Garden City.
Lucci wanted to be an entertainer since she can remember. Through her teenage years, she took voice lessons, dance lessons, and partook in community theater.
Lucci was accepted and attended Marymount College in Tarrytown, New York, after graduating with Honors from Garden City High School. The college was noted for its theater program.
Lucci then moved to New York City after graduating with a BFA in theater arts and started going to tryouts. One of her first occupations was that of a color girl for CBS.
The more significant part of her acting work consisted of Off-Broadway understudy roles, day-player roles on soap operas, and extra and stand-in work for films.
Lucci is viewed as one of the most regarded performers throughout the entire existence of television, daytime, or primetime.