Hayley Vaughan

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Hayley Vaughan
Kelly Ripa as Hayley Vaughan.jpg
Kelly Ripa as Hayley Vaughan Santos
All My Children character
Portrayed byKelly Ripa
Duration1990–2002, 2010
First appearanceNovember 22, 1990
Last appearanceJanuary 5, 2010
Created byAgnes Nixon
Introduced by
ClassificationFormer, regular
Profile
AliasesHayley Chandler
Occupation
  • Host of Wave
  • Co-Proprietor of Sounds of Salsa
  • Co-Proprietor of Holidays
  • CEO of Enchantment Cosmetics
  • Private investigator
ResidenceCalifornia
 
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Hayley Vaughan
Kelly Ripa as Hayley Vaughan.jpg
Kelly Ripa as Hayley Vaughan Santos
All My Children character
Portrayed byKelly Ripa
Duration1990–2002, 2010
First appearanceNovember 22, 1990
Last appearanceJanuary 5, 2010
Created byAgnes Nixon
Introduced by
ClassificationFormer, regular
Profile
AliasesHayley Chandler
Occupation
  • Host of Wave
  • Co-Proprietor of Sounds of Salsa
  • Co-Proprietor of Holidays
  • CEO of Enchantment Cosmetics
  • Private investigator
ResidenceCalifornia

Hayley Vaughan Santos (formerly Cortlandt and McIntyre) is a fictional character from the American ABC soap opera All My Children.[1] She was portrayed by actress Kelly Ripa from November 22, 1990 to December 18, 2002. Ripa returned to the role briefly for two episodes in January 2010 for the series' 40th anniversary.

After introducing the role of Hayley Vaughan, she quickly became one of the most popular characters on the soap opera.[2] On April 14, 2011, after the impending cancellation of All My Children, Live with Regis and Kelly honored the character of Hayley with a special video montage,[3] as Ripa felt saddened by the loss of the series.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kelly Ripa: Hayley Santos (née Vaughan) 'All My Children' 1990-2010". latimes.com. Retrieved 2011-10-12. 
  2. ^ Good Housekeeping, Volume 236, Hearst Corp., 2003, page 64
  3. ^ "Kelly Ripa Remembers Her Days on 'All My Children' With Special Video Montage - OK! Magazine - The First for Celebrity News". OK! Magazine. 2011-04-15. Retrieved 2011-10-12. 
  4. ^ "Kelly Ripa on 'All My Children' Cancellation: "I Feel Heart Sick" - PopEater.com". 14 April 2011. Retrieved 7 June 2012. 

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