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Overview (2)

Born in Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Birth NameJudith Shepard

Mini Bio (1)

Judith Chapman was born on November 15, 1951 in Greenville, South Carolina, USA as Judith Shepard. She is an actress, known for The Young and the Restless (1973), The Sweetest Thing (2002) and Magnum, P.I. (1980).

Spouse (1)

Neilan Tyree (8 December 1984 - ?)

Trivia (11)

Younger sister of actress Patty Shepard.
Trim, glamorous, crystal-eyed American actress known for villainess roles in daytime soaps. Has graced a number of programs since the late 1970s: As the World Turns (1956), Ryan's Hope (1975), General Hospital (1963), One Life to Live (1968) and Days of Our Lives (1965).
Also teaches yoga.
Taught acting at the College of the Desert in Palm Springs and directed and acted there in local theater.
Took a 14-year sabbatical from Hollywood, sold her L.A. home and moved to Palm Springs before returning to get the coveted role of scheming "Gloria Fisher Abbott" in The Young and the Restless (1973), replacing actress Joan Van Ark.
Hard drinking Vivien Leigh impersonator in San Diego production of "Orson's Shadow".
Her father was US Air Force Brigadier General Leland C. Shepard Jr., a pilot who eventually became deputy chief of staff for personnel for the Military Airlift Command.
Spends some of her free time hosting dinner parties for deploying (and returning) Marines and their families at her and her husband's restaurant in Palm Springs.
Sister-in-law of Manuel de Blas.
Aunt of David DeBlas.
She auditioned for the role of Pamela Barnes Ewing on Dallas (1978) and it has been said she was an early contender for the role.

Personal Quotes (2)

I left [Hollywood] in 1991. I was starting to reach that age where roles were getting harder to get, but even more than that, I lost my passion for it. I remember once saying that if acting stops being fun, please give me the good sense to do something else.
It seems that so many soaps seem to try to follow trends and are getting away from what soap operas have always been about: family, love, sex, illegitimate children, divorces and adultery. They have gotten into these strange story lines about bringing people back from the dead and supernatural phenomena, trying to find an audience.

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