Lesley Woods 08.22.1910 - 08.02.2003 (93 years old)
Lesley Woods (August 22, 1910 – August 2, 2003) was an American radio, stage and television actress. Woods' acting on Broadway included being in Double Dummy (1936), Excursion (1937), Comes the Revelation (1942), The Assassin (1945), and A Case of Libel (1963–64). She was a member of Theatre West. On Radio she appeard on Bulldog Drummond,Boston Blackie,Casey, Crime Photographer,Guiding Light,The Shadow,Joyce Jordan, Girl Interne,We Love and Learn and many more. A veteran of at least 10 daytime soaps, Woods' daytime debut was as Claire Bannister Steele on Young Dr. Malone from 1959-1963 as the serial's leading villainess. Following that, she appeared on The Edge of Night as Evelyn Dark (1964), A Flame in the Wind as Miriam Bentley (1964–66), The Nurses (where she starred with McMurray) as Vivian Gentry (1965-1967), Search for Tomorrow as the original Andrea Whiting (1967), Bright Promise as Isabel Jones (1971-1972), Return to Peyton Place as Zoe Tate (1972-1973), and Days of Our Lives as Dorothy Kelly (1978). On General Hospital, she played the role of Edna Hadley (1977-1978, 1980), the New York landlady who arranged for Heather Grant to sell her baby, Steven Lars. She guest-starred in an episode of Gibbsville in 1976, originated the role of Amanda Ewing, Jock's first wife, on Dallas, and had a recurring role as Chase Gioberti's housekeeper, Mrs. Miller, on Falcon Crest (1984-1987). She played Langley Wallingford's first wife, Betty Miller (Hilary's mother) on All My Children in 1984, and was part of the original cast of The Bold and the Beautiful as Grandma Logan from 1987 to 1989, and again in 2001, when her character was a great-great-grandmother. She appeared in 3 episodes of Radio Mystery Theater.
This actor appeared in the following radio shows