Sharon Gabet

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Sharon Gabet (born Sharon Rose Gabet on January 13, 1952 in Fort Wayne, Indiana) is an American actress known for roles on daytime soap operas.

She is also a registered nurse and certified yoga teacher trained at Shambhava School of Yoga, Boulder, CO. Born and raised in Indiana, she received her degree in nursing from Purdue, completed the MFA Acting Program at Cornell University, moved to New York City, was accepted into the Actor’s Studio and worked with Lee Strasberg, Elia Kazan, Lee Grant and Arthur Penn. She enjoyed a dozen years as an Eighties soap star, garnering two Best Actress Daytime Emmy nominations for her portrayal of the irrepressible Raven Alexander Whitney on The Edge of Night from 1977 to 1984. She also appeared as the originally deaf Brittany Peterson on Another World (1985–1987) who married (then shot) Peter Love, and as the troubled Melinda Cramer Janssen on One Life to Live (1987–1989).

After her third child was born with autism, Sharon Rose Gabet began a twenty-year study and exploration of alternative medicine, holistic healing, spirituality, metaphysics, psychology, philosophy, astrology and astronomy. Her professional resume includes experience as a nurse, energy therapist, workshop facilitator, astrologer, actor and author (Spiritual Magic, From the Raven to the Dove).

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