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Robin Strasser



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May 7, 1945 in New York City, NY
American actress Robin Strasser was a Broadway luminary at the age of 18, appearing in the old-fashioned farce The Irregular Verb to Love. A few years later, she won the Critics Circle Award for her work in a revival of Clifford Odets' The Country Girl. Bypassing her lukewarm film career in such turkeys as The House that Cried Murder (1974), it is safe to say that Ms. Strasser is best known for her TV activities -- specifically her daytime drama assignments. The actress has played Dr. Christina Karras on All My Children, Rachel Davis on Another World and Dorian Lord on One Life to Live, a role for which Robin won an Emmy Award in 1982. In honor of her prestige in the soap-opera field, Robin Strasser was one of the hosts of the 1994 CBS television retrospective 50 Years of Soaps. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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