Actor Amanda Davies, Who Played Teen Version of Mother's Character in 'One Life To Live,' Dies at 42
Actor Amanda Davies, who portrayed the younger version of her mother Erika Slezak's character on the soap opera 'One Life To Live,' has passed away suddenly at the age of 42.
Amanda Davies, who played the teenage version of her mother Erika Slezak's character on 'One Life To Live,' has died unexpectedly at the age of 42. The news was shared through a statement on Slezak's website, expressing great sadness over the loss. No further details were provided regarding the cause of death. The family has asked for privacy during this difficult time.
Davies' Role on 'One Life To Live'
Amanda Davies appeared in flashback scenes as a younger version of her mother's character, Viki, on the long-running soap opera 'One Life To Live.' Erika Slezak, a soap opera legend who won six daytime Emmys for her portrayal of Viki, played the character for over 40 years until 2013. Davies' appearance on the show was in 2002, according to IMDB.
Surviving Family Members and Recent Losses
Amanda Davies is survived by her father, actor Brian Davies. This recent loss comes shortly after another tragedy for the 'One Life To Live' cast. Kamar de los Reyes, who played police officer Vega on the show from 1995 to 1998, passed away in late December due to cancer. The soap opera community mourns the loss of both talented actors.
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