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May 21st 2010:“OLTL’s Bree Williamson and Melissa Archer”

For seven years, Melissa Archer (Natalie Buchanan) and Emmy-nominated Bree Williamson (Jessica Buchanan) have played on-screen sisters on One Life to Live. This week, their characters' stories will intersect like never before. To help wade through the drama, Melissa and Bree drop by Soap Central to talk about their time on OLTL, their favorite storylines, and much more. Call in to be heard! Don’t settle for what you get to hear, tell Dan what and who you WANT to hear!

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Melissa Archer

Melissa Archer created the role of One Life to Live’s Natalie Balsom in July 2001. It didn’t take long for Natalie to shake up one of Llanview’s most prominent families when she revealed that she, not Jessica (Bree Williamson), was Viki’s (Erika Slezak) daughter. In late 2002 the family was in for another surprise when they discovered that Natalie and Jessica were twins. Melissa was born and raised in Dallas, TX. She landed her first major acting role on “Wishbone” at the age of 17, while she was still in high school. After completing high school, she followed her acting dreams to Los Angeles and began auditioning. In April 2003, Melissa was honored with a Soap Opera Digest Award for
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Bree Williamson

Bree Williamson joined the cast of One Life to Live on February 5, 2003, in the role of Jessica Buchanan. Bree was born and raised in Toronto, Canada, where she originally planned to pursue a career in business, psychology or women’s studies. She opened a successful clothing store with her sister, Tarra, while she was in her late teens. Bree attended the University of Toronto, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree. While still in Toronto, she devoted her free time to community service, most notably as a “planned parenthood” advocate at a Toronto organization for teens in need of sexual-health counseling. Bree completed a leading role in the feature film “Adam and Eve.
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