Robin Strasser, the 1982 winner of the Emmy for Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama, has been one of the most loved -- and hated -- performers in that genre for over 30 years. In addition to One Life to Live's Dorian Lord, she created the role of Rachel Davis on Another World, played Christina Karras on All My Children, and starred as a 300-year-old witch named Hecuba on Passions. Born in the Bronx and raised in Manhattan, Robin graduated from the High School of Performing Arts and attended the Yale School of Drama on a full scholarship. She has appeared on Broadway, and is a founding member of the American Conservatory Theatre. Robin is active in fundraising for AIDS research, the New York City Blood Center, and Telicare. She is on the Advisory Board of the American Menopause Foundation and has been a spokesperson for the National Osteoporosis Foundation. Her proudest accomplishment, though, is being a mother to two sons, Nicholas and Benjamin Luckinbill.