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This is a list of minor characters who appeared on The Young and the Restless in the 2000s.

Adela GuittierezEdit

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Adela Guittierez was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Yolanda Lloyd Delgado.

Adela Guittierez was the mother of Diego, Raul and Dante Guittierez. Adela's family was large, poor and of Cuban descent. She was married to Vincente Guittierez. Diego was a drifter who left home for years which broke his mother's heart.

Adrienne MarkhamEdit

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Adrienne Markham

Adrienne Markham was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Lisa Canning.

Adrienne Markham was the mother of Elias Porter. Adrienne was married to Damon Porter. Elias was killed and their marriage fell apart. In 2004, Adrienne, the ex-wife of Damon Porter, arrived in Genoa City from Africa where she had spent years getting over him and the tragedy of losing their son. Adrienne briefly dated Malcolm Winters. In 2005, Adrienne and Damon reconciled. They returned to his ranch in Atlanta, Georgia to make a fresh start.

Al MarsinoEdit

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Al Marsino was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. He was never portrayed on screen.

Al Marsino had one sister, Elizabeth Cassen. Elizabeth's son, Charlie Cassen, was sent to live with his Uncle Al and Aunt Betty Marsino in upstate New York.

Albert MillerEdit

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Albert Miller

Albert Miller was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by George Kennedy.

Albert Miller was the father of Rienette, Matthew and Christian Miller, later renamed Victor Newman. Albert abandoned his wife and children but returned sometime later only to fake his own death. Albert became a wealthy man but ended up in a nursing home in Toronto. His son Victor Newman along with his son Nicholas confronted Albert for abandoning his family but Albert showed no remorse. Albert died but appeared to Victor in the episode "Victor Newman's Christmas Carol" and warned Victor not to alienate his family.

Ali SpencerEdit

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Ali Spencer

Ali Spencer was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Agina Alvarez.

In 2005, word was going around school about a secret party to be held in a park. All the older crowd were going and Cassie Newman just had to go too--especially since Daniel Romalotti said he would be there. She managed to talk Nicholas Newman into un-grounding her for the evening so she could "go to a movie" with her long time friend, Ali Spencer.

Amanda BrowningEdit

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Amanda Browning

Amanda Browning was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Denice Duff.

Amanda Browning was the mother of Mackenzie Browning and the former lover of Brock Reynolds. As part of her history, Amanda and Brock fell in love while working together in India. The relationship ended when Amanda left the country with their baby. Amanda married Ralph Hunicutt who abused Mackenzie. When Mac told her mom about the abuse, Amanda didn't believe her so Mac ran away. After realizing the truth about the abuse, Amanda divorced Ralph and returned to town to become closer to her daughter again.

In 2001, Amanda arrived in Genoa City looking for her daughter. She began volunteering at the homeless shelter where Mac used to stay. Ralph tracked her down in Genoa City. Knowing she was close to Katherine Chancellor, Ralph took advantage and blackmailed Amanda into stealing things from the Chancellor house. Ralph's terrorizing of Amanda was stopped by Larry Warton with whom Amanda had developed a relationship. Amanda choose to leave town after Jill Abbott showed her the security camera footage of Amanda stealing jewels from the mansion and nearly getting people killed.

Angela PerkinsEdit

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Angela Perkins was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, never portrayed on screen.

Angela Perkins was the mother of Mina King. In 2008 in Genoa City, Paul Williams met with Mina, the daughter of David Chow's former spouse Angela. Mina, convinced that David murdered her mother, told Paul that her stepfather convinced Angela to cut her out of the will entirely leaving David as the sole beneficiary. Paul later confronted David with this information but David denied the allegation stating that Mina was cut from the will due to her addiction to cocaine. Eventually, David had no choice but to tell Nikki Newman about Paul's investigation and the reasons why anyone would think he had killed his ex-wives.

David explained how he had met Terri Chow, his first wife, in college. Together, David and Terri traveled the world on humanitarian missions—-going from Cambodia to Africa and so on. At times they also shared "dark times," where Terri was unable to get out of bed due to her taking heavy sleeping medication. Eventually, Terri died due to an overdose of sleeping pills. Fortunately for David, he was never charged for her murder, although the accusation that he had anything to do with it left him scarred.

According to David, his second wife, Angela, was a hedonist who loved fast cars and flying. At the time of their marriage David's gambling addiction was out of control and the couple would fight often. One night following a heated argument, Angela stormed out and unfortunately wrapped her car around a telephone pole soon thereafter. David also told Nikki about Angela's daughter, Mina, and how she accused David of her mother's death while at the funeral.

Angelo RazzanoEdit

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Angelo Razzano was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Angelo Tiffe.

Angelo Razzano used to be a hitman in the mob. In 2005, Bobby Marsino's boss, Salvatore Staley, and the mob boss, Bertolli Lewis, were looking for revenge on Brittany Hodges Marsino's father, Frederick Hodges, for getting the club in trouble with the law. Sal approached Bobby's partner Angelo to help. Bobby and Brittany began receiving mysterious baby gifts that turned out to be from Vinny Trabuco and Angelo as a threat to force Bobby to return to the mob. In an intricate plot to keep the mob away from Brittany and her unborn baby, Brittany, Bobby and JT Hellstrom set it up to look like JT was the father while Bobby and Brittany staged a split.

Mackenzie Browning was not included in the plot for her safety, and this revelation left her reeling. Nikki Newman began nosing around and uncovered the plot, ending up being kidnapped by Vinny's goon, Luca. Paul Williams, Victor Newman and Bobby rescued Nikki while JT took Brittany to the Newman Ranch. Luckily Mac showed up as Brittany went into labor and Mac delivered baby Joshua Marsino. Vinny, Angelo and Luca ended up in jail and Brittany and the baby went to the hospital.

Anita HodgesEdit

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Anita Hodges

Anita Hodges was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Mitzi Kapture-Donahue.

Anita Hodges was the mother of Brittany Hodges. In 2002, JT Hellstrom's friend Brittany feared she was pregnant and disappeared. Because he was such a close friend to Brittany, her parents, Anita and Frederick Hodges, came to J.T. for help. Just when JT appeared to have changed, he was lured into an affair with Anita! J.T. was with having breakfast discussing Brittany at The Lodge, where Anita had taken a room after Fred didn't come home the night before. They caught Fred coming down the stairs after spending the night there with Jill Abbott. J.T. helped the distraught Anita upstairs to her room, where she seduced him. J.T. was wracked with guilt over what they did, and confided in his boss and confidant, Lauren Fenmore. Colleen Carlton found out about J.T.'s affair with Anita and broke up with him.

Arthur KaplanEdit

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Arturo Kaplan (also called Arthur Kaplan) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. He was never portrayed on screen.

Arturo Kaplan was the father of George (later renamed Brad Carlton) and Stephanie Kaplan. 1940-41: Rebecca Kaplan and her future husband, Arturo, were sent into one of the major Nazi concentration camps. 1945-46: the end of World War II. Rebecca was released from captivity. She and Arturo began their crusade to help return the art stolen by the Nazis to its original owners.

1953-56 or thereabouts: A Nazi was found, captured and put on trial for war crimes. Rebecca's testimony proved to be the final nail in his coffin and he was executed--leaving behind a young son, Oscar Volkmann. Rebecca and Arturo (now Arthur) Kaplan emigrated to the United States continuing their efforts privately to return Nazi-looted artworks to their owners. They lived in Parma, Ohio and had George and then Stephanie.

1974-77 or thereabouts: Oskar, hellbent on avenging his father's death and blaming Rebecca for it, located the Kaplan family in Parma, Ohio. Somehow the Nazis tracked them down. He then murdered Arthur, Stephanie and Isabel Montalcini (Rebecca's twin sister, who he mistook for Rebecca).

Bitsy HartfordEdit

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Bitsy Hartford (born Elizabeth Hartford, formerly Chow) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Dey Young.

Bitsy Hartford was the ex-wife of David Chow. In late May 2008, Paul Williams discovered that David Chow had been married three times prior to his union with Nikki Newman. As part of his investigation Paul flew to Bermuda to meet with David's third ex-wife, Bitsy Hartford, who shared her suspicions about David: his previous wives—all wealthy women—had met with untimely, suspicious ends.

Bertolli LewisEdit

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Bertolli Lewis

Mr. Bertolli Lewis (mostly called Mr. Lewis) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Robert Miano.

Bertolli Lewis was mob boss. Bobby Marsino's boss, Salvatore Staley, and Sal's boss, Bertolli Lewis, were looking for revenge on Brittany Hodges father, Fredrick, for getting Marsino's in trouble with the law. Sal approached Bobby's partner, Angelo Razzano, who used to be a hit man in the mob, to help. Not long afterward, Brittany was electrocuted by the stripper pole during her act and severely burned the entire right side of her face. Bobby and Raul Guittierez stayed at her side throughout her recovery, but she was told she would be scarred for life.

Once Brittany had recovered and was falling in love with Bobby, Raul vowed to stick by her until he found a remedy for her scar. After encouraging her to return to the stage, just to sing, Bobby turned his strip joint into a Cabaret called Marilyn's (after Brittany's stage name) just for Britt. This angered the mob boss, Mr. Lewis, so Sal and his thugs cornered Bobby in the club ready to kill him to teach him a lesson. But Bobby was wearing a wire and the police hauled them off to jail after Bobby got them to admit several crimes including the electrocution of Britt and a couple murders.

Betty MarsinoEdit

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Betty Marsino was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She was never portrayed on screen.

Betty Marsino was married to Al Marsino. Charlie Cassen was sent to live with his Uncle Al and Aunt Betty in upstate New York.

Betty MurphyEdit

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Betty Murphy was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She was never portrayed on screen.

Betty Murphy was the mother of Francis Murphy. Francis had been a very happy, active young man. He married Meggie McClean. She later drugged him. Francis was involved in an accident and was put on life support. Betty and her husband, Patrick Murphy, believed that Francis had a lot of life left in his body. Since Meggie was his wife, she was in charge of turning off the life support. Murphy said he and Betty had been against removing the life support. But Meggie did it so he might die with dignity according to her. The second Francis died, Meggie collected the life insurance money and left town. Betty died shortly after Francis passed away.

Carl HawkesEdit

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Carl Hawkes was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. He was never portrayed on screen. Carl Hawkes was the father of Milan Hawkes. He was married to Jenny Hawkes.

Charles TaylorEdit

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Charles Taylor

Dr. Charles Taylor was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by John Rubinstein.

Dr. Charles Taylor was a popular, well known OBGYN. However, he had a dark side. He would molest his female patients. He came to town in 2009 when his friend Adam Newman aske him to check on his pregnant stepmother, Ashley Abbott. Dr. Taylor found out that Ashley miscarried but Adam wouldn't let him tell her. He pulled out his deceased girlfriend, Skye Lockhart's diary and told him that Skye wrote about being molested. He threatened to tell if he told Ashley that her baby was dead. Dr. Taylor was forced to lead Ashley to believe that her child was still alive. Later on Dr. Taylor was forced to steal Sharon Newman's newborn daughter, Faith Newman, give her to Ashley, and then tell Sharon that her baby died. Adam gave him Skye's diary and told him to leave town.

Dr. Taylor returned a few months later intend on telling Ashley and Sharon the truth. Instead, Adam shoved him into traffic. He was rushed to the hospital but soon died. But Phyllis Newman found out that he wrote a note before he died. She got her hands on it and brought it to the Newmans and the Abbotts and told them that it said that Ashley suffered a hysterical pregnancy. They soon put the peices together and Faith was returned to her real mom.

Christian PageEdit

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Christian Page

Christian Page was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Vincent Van Patten.

In 2000, Christian Page was the friend and later boyfriend of Ashley Abbott. Once her marriage to Cole Howard dissipated, Ashley came back from a cruise pregnant with a baby she said was fathered by Christian. (The child could have been Victor Newman's, a time bomb only Ashley knew about). Christian was then labeled as Ashley's baby's father during her pregnancy. In 2001, Christian left town.

CrystalEdit

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Crystal was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Azure Parsons.

Crystal worked for an escort service. In 2009, Jack Abbott paid her to steal Frank Ellis' key from his pocket so that Jack could go to Frank's room and erase the cassette tape of Jack's voice mimicking Victor Newman.

Dante GuittierezEdit

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Dante Guittierez was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by an unknown actor.

Dante Guittierez was the son of Adela and Vincente Guittierez. He had two brothers, Diego and Raul Guittierez.

Dennis ElroyEdit

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Dennis Elroy

Dennis Elroy was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Carmen Argenziano.

Dennis Elroy was the district attorney for Genoa City. In 2008, District Attorney Dennis Elroy told Adam Newman that the details of Frank Ellis’ statement were very convincing. When Adam left, Dennis told Heather Stevens he wanted Gil Wallace brought in on Frank’s confession.

Dick DentnerEdit

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Dick Dentner was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by M.C. Gainey.

Dick Dentner was an attorney. In 2008, attorney Dick Dentner, a former activist himself, saw River Baldwin (aka Lowell) as a hero and took his case with plans to "stick it to the man". Michael Baldwin was outraged that River never told him he had a sister! They were discussing being responsible for the girl, when Dick turned up at the door. He had guardianship papers for Eden Baldwin! He said if they didn't want her, someone at the Ashram might. Michael signed the paperwork and the hippie lawyer said, "Right on!" He then told Michael and Lauren they should come down and say their goodbyes to River today!

At the jail, Michael noted that River was being taken to Ann Arbor tomorrow and suggested to him that he might find a better lawyer to represent him than Dick given that a tirade against the authorities was likely to bury him! River said he had no one else! River pointed out that Dick believed him and he could relate to him. Michael got angry, telling River that the court would not relate to him. As River protested, Michael tried to explain that honestly telling the story didn't matter. Michael said it didn't matter if he shoved flowers down gun barrels. If he let Dentner represent him he'd end up dying in prison, Michael emphasized. River insisted that they were fighting for a cause but Michael cut him off telling him to forget all that if he wanted to get out for his daughter and not abandon her!

Eleanor HendricksEdit

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Eleanor Hendricks (formerly Bartlett) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She was never portrayed on screen.

Eleanor Hendricks was the mother of Harrison Bartlett. Sometime before 2004, Eleanor was married to Arthur Hendricks. Harrison accused Arthur of killing his mother to get his hands on her fortune. Jill Abbott was stunned to hear that Katherine Chancellor already knew about all this and was having Arthur investigated. Paul Williams had some distressing news for Katherine: some of Harrison's accusations were accurate.

Elizabeth CassenEdit

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Elizabeth Cassen (formerly Elizabeth Marsino) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She was never portrayed on screen.

Elizabeth Cassen had one brother, Al Marsino, and was the mother of Joshua and Charlie (later renamed Bobby Marsino). Elizabeth was married to Robert Cassen. Joshua was accidentally shot by Nikki Reed when they were both five years old and playing behind an old paint factory in Genoa City. Nikki's dad hid the body so no one would find out. The Cassen family moved away to Cleveland, Ohio, never knowing what happened to their missing son. One day Nikki told Bobby about this, not mentioning any names or the birthday party. Bobby said he understood. He explained that he was once a toddler named Charlie Cassen whose five year old brother Joshua disappeared.

Elizabeth went into depression and became overly protective of her remaining son and Robert became an alcoholic. Both of them were killed in a car crash caused by Robert driving drunk. Charlie was sent to live with his Uncle Al and Aunt Betty Marsino in upstate New York. He returned to Genoa City as Bobby Marsino, a teenager that his uncle didn't want around, and was an assistant at The Bayou during Nikki's stripper days. Bobby had it out with Nikki and left town for a while, but he returned, and Nikki showed him the home movie of Joshua from her fifth birthday party.

Emma GibsonEdit

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Emma Gibson was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She was never portrayed on screen.

Emma Gibson was one of the victims of tainted Jabot Cosmetics face cream. In a misguided attempt to discredit Ashley Abbott, Gloria Fisher poisoned a sample of a Jabot face cream, GloAgain. The plan backfired when a customer, Emma, had an extreme allergic reaction to the cream that put her into a coma. Lauren Fenmore lamented the fact that Emma was on a ventilator because of the Jabot face cream she bought at Fenmore's Boutique. Michael Baldwin said that he would make Jabot pay if it weren't for the fact that his mother, Gloria, had a huge investment in the company. Jill Abbott noted that every jar was accounted for, as she, Jack Abbott and Ashley tried to do damage control from the Jabot living room. Later, Jack and Gloria visited his father and her husband, John Abbott, in prison. When they talked about the Jabot scandal, John got fired up and Jack commented that it was as if they were all in the boardroom like the good ol' days. Back at the house, Jill received a call that all production of Jabot products was being shut down. Ashley was devastated.

Emma ended up dying. The resulting scandal nearly took down Jabot and the entire Abbott family. Gloria kept her role in this a secret despite a judicial order that no Abbott be allowed to run Jabot again. Emma's husband, Andrew Gibson sued Jabot. Michael Baldwin later tried to settle the case, but Andrew didn't bite and said, "See you in court." Eventually Andrew did settle and Gloria convinced him to stipulate in the settlement that no Abbott could have anything to do with the company ever again.

Gloria had to contend with seeing Andrew the widower of Emma. Gloria started to feel a bit down in the dumps with everything going on in her life and she did the most shocking thing she could have done--cop to her misdeeds regarding the face cream! Just when it seemed that Gloria was really repentent, she got news from her son, Michael. Paul Williams had investigated Andrew and discovered that Emma had a child by a former husband. Her first husband was institutionalized with anaphylactic shock from a severe food allergy. Emma’s tests were compared with those of her son finding six points of correlation. This proved Emma died from a bad reaction to the food she ate and that Gloria was innocent of causing Emma's death--something Gloria had professed all along.

Gloria was over the moon with the latest development. When she and Michael headed for court, Heather Stevens admitted the recent findings about Emma that Paul and Michael had found to the judge. Although the judge was appalled at Gloria’s product tampering, he had to set her free of charges in the death of Emma Gibson.

Estella MunozEdit

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Estella Munoz

Estella Munoz was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Anne Betancourt.

Estella Munoz was a housekeeper. In 2008, Estella was head of the Newman staff after Miguel Rodriguez left town. Estella was known as having a great relationship with Victor Newman's wife, Sabrina Costelana Newman, who was killed in a car crash in the summer of 2008. Unfortunately, Estella's relationship with Ashley, with whom Victor had renewed his relationship, was much more contentious. During the Spring of 2009, Ashley was being "haunted" by the spirit of Sabrina, and often confronted Estella about being the one who was trying to make her believe Sabrina was still alive. In May 2009, Estella was transferred briefly to Newman Enterprises before being fired completely (due to ongoing conflict involving Ashley Abbott).

With evidence mounting against her (secretly planted by Victor's son, Adam Newman) Estella's employment with the Newmans was eventually terminated. Her only known family in Genoa City was her nephew Rafe Torres, Adam's former lawyer and one time lover. After his Aunt Estella was accused of gaslighting Ashley, Rafe became determined to prove his aunt's innocence. Shortly after she and Rafe tried to clear her name, Estella left Genoa City. Later, Ashley's gaslighting was resolved with Estella being proven innocent and insane Patty Williams being wrongly accused instead of the guilty Adam.

Faith Colleen NewmanEdit

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Faith Colleen Newman (formerly Hope Newman) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She was never portrayed on screen.

Faith Colleen Newman was the daughter of Ashley Abbott and Victor Newman. Victor ran away from Genoa City and his family. Ashley searched and found him in Paris where she brought him back from his suicidal depression. The two romantically reunited. Ashley became pregnant by Victor and decided to name her baby Hope Newman. When Ashley was pregnant and in poor mental health, Adam Newman scared her into thinking that Victor's dead wife Sabrina Costelana Newman had risen from the grave and was trying to get her. Ashley fell down a flight of stairs and miscarried her baby. However, Adam convinced her the miscarriage was a dream and Ashley experienced a hysterical pregnancy.

After "giving birth" Ashley decided to name the baby Faith Colleen instead. Adam stole Faith Newman, the daughter of Nick and Sharon Newman and gave her to Ashley. Eventually the truth about the baby switch came out and Faith was returned to Nick and Sharon, while Ashley grieved for the loss of her baby, Faith Colleen and baby Faith. After Adam was believed to be murdered, Victor told District Attorney Owen Pomerantz that he backslapped Adam in the basement of the Genoa City Athletic Club after Adam taunted him about losing another child in Faith, which sent his watch flying, but he did not kill Adam.

Francis MurphyEdit

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Francis Murphy was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. He was never portrayed on screen.

Francis Murphy was the son of Betty and Patrick Murphy. Francis had been a very happy, active young man. He married Meggie McClean. She later drugged him. Francis was involved in an accident and was put on life support. Murphy and Betty, believed that Francis had a lot of life left in his body. Since Meggie was his wife, she was in charge of turning off the life support. Murphy said he and Betty had been against removing the life support. But Meggie did it so he might die with dignity according to her. The second Francis died, Meggie collected the life insurance money and left town.

In 2010, Meggie McClean visited her safe deposit box to retrieve the same drugs she had used on Francis and attempted to use them to kill Victor Newman. Murphy, with the help of Ronan Malloy, stopped her. He knew Meggie had drugged his son, Francis, and was likely to use the same ploy with Victor. Heather informed Meggie that they knew of she murdered Francis. Meggie was arrested and taken to jail. Katherine Chancellor knew nothing of her husband Murphy's late son, Francis, until this event occurred. She told Murphy she was glad he was home from the hospital then asked why he kept Francis a secret.

Murphy told Kay about his son and Meggie's history. He said his wife, Betty, died shortly after Francis. Murphy revealed that he had never gotten over losing them both. Because of the experience with Francis, Murphy told Kay he would never remove Kay from life support if they ever faced that situation again.

GregEdit

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Greg was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by an unknown actor.

In 2009 at Indigo, Nicholas Newman and Phyllis Summers discussed the newest issue of Restless Style with Nikki Newman. Things were obviously strained between the couple and, when Phyllis stepped away, Nikki asked her son if everything was alright. Nick said he would have to get back to her on that. Phyllis returned and said there was a problem with the photographer's last check. Perhaps Nick forgot to mail it, she said. Things were tense as they bickered about it. Billy Abbott and Lily Winters arrived at Indigo and immediately ran into Cane Ashby. Lily sent Billy for drinks.

She then asked Cane if he had noticed how Billy and Chloe Mitchell seemed close lately, very casual and comfortable together. Cane said if Billy was awake he was flirting. Lily took offense. Jack Abbott walked in and approached Nikki who asked where Sharon was. He told her Sharon couldn't make it. Someone named Greg walked up with Shiva Rose. She and Jack got into a conversation and it came up that she knew Billy. She saw Billy walk over by Chloe and remarked on Chloe and Billy still being together. Jack stammered as she went to greet them and quickly called Billy's cell to fill him in!

Shiva Rose walked up to Billy and he guided her over to Lily and Cane talking loudly so Chloe saw who was there. He introduced Shiva quickly, then Chloe returned. Shiva gushed about her pregnancy and was about to congratulate Billy when Chloe grabbed Cane saying urgently, "This is my husband, right here!" Shiva looked confused but was pulled away by Greg.

Hank WeberEdit

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Hank Weber

Detective Hank Weber was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Sherman Augustus.

Hank Weber was a detective for the Genoa City Police Department. Detective Weber was usually the detective called anytime certain crimes were committed. Paul Williams called Hank into his office to talk to him about Damon Porter's case. Paul wondered if Hank was as gung-ho about going after Damon as Glenn Richards was. Later, Hank met Glenn at the Genoa City Athletic Club's restaurant to tell him that Dominic Hughes wasn't changing his story. When Michael Baldwin walked up to the two men, Glenn spotted "Saundra," Phyllis Summers' alter ego, talking to Christine Blair. Michael pretended not to know what was going on and, as Glenn complained about the publicity she could cause, Hank said there was something about "Saundra" he wasn't buying.

In 2002, Detective Weber arrived on the scene when Diane Jenkins was involved in a fire at the Abbott pool house. The fire was believed to have been set by Phyllis Summers but in time was revealed to be set by Diane. In 2005, Hank left town.

Hannah HawkesEdit

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Hannah Hawkes was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She was never portrayed on screen. She had one daughter, Jana Hawkes.

Ines VargasEdit

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Ines Vargas

Ines Vargas was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Marisa Ramirez.

Ines Vargas was the look-alike cousin of Carmen Mesta. In 2007, months after Carmen was murdered, Ines showed up and stalked Drucilla Winters. Dru's son, Devon Hamilton, was arrested for Carmen's murder, and Drucilla believed her sanity was crumbling as she began to see Carmen around town. Drucilla was convinced that Carmen was still alive, and after accidentally injuring her daughter, Neil Winters had her voluntarily committed to a mental hospital. After Devon was cleared of all charges, it was revealed that David Chow and Ines were responsible for the hauntings that sent Dru over the edge.

Isabel MontalciniEdit

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Isabel Montalcini was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She was never portrayed on screen.

Isabel Montalcini had one sister, Rebecca Kaplan. Avoiding death threats from the Nazis, Rebecca and Isabel immigrated to the US where Rebecca met Arturo Kaplan (who had Americanized his name to Arthur). They were married, lived in Parma, Ohio, and had children George and then Stephanie. Somehow the Nazis tracked them down and Isabel was mistaken for Rebecca and murdered along with Arthur and Stephanie.

James FranklinEdit

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James Franklin was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. He was never portrayed on screen.

James Franklin was married to Isabella Braña. In 2001, Isabella approached Paul Williams at his office with a case against her husband which he took. At Paul's, Isabella didn't understand the importance of James' cousin's cabin. His cousin was never questioned by police as far as she recalled. She told Paul that James used to do all sorts of work at the cabin. Paul theorized that James may have kept money laundering dummy books at the cabin which the police didn't know about. Paul said he would go there and search for the books. Isabella didn't want to get her hopes up though. Paul was sure that what they would find would give her her life back.

Paul was looking forward to once the case was over and the talk they would have. Isabella said her past was behind her and she liked that. At Paul Williams Detective Agency, Paul met with the assistant US attorney. He had information on the James Franklin case but would only divulge it on certain terms. The lawyer scoffed at that but Paul played hardball. He insisted that the witness (Isabella) knew nothing about the money laundering so the attorney agreed to grant immunity to her. Paul gave him the evidence and after going over it he concluded that the case wouldn't even need to go to trial.

James would go away for along time and Isabella would never have to see him again. Lynne Bassett told Marissa Barton that Paul sure didn't seem happy for a man who just solved a big case. In his office Paul looked over the massage parlor album he found at the cabin. He put it in an attaché case and headed out. In 2003, Kelly Simmons asked to speak with Isabella regarding her ex-husband, James, who was up for parole. Later, Lynne met with Kelly, who was actually Christine Blair in disguise.

Jean WhitmanEdit

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Jean Whitman

Jean Whitman (also called Miss Whitman) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Christine Dunford.

Miss Jean Whitman worked at an arts school. In 2008, Ana Hamilton answered a phone call from Miss Whitman at the arts school. Ana was confused when the lady on the phone asked for "Yolanda," whom she referred to as "Ana's mother."

Jenny HawkesEdit

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Jenny Hawkes was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She was never portrayed on screen. Jenny was the mother of Milan Hawkes and grandmother of Jana Hawkes.

Joshua MarsinoEdit

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Joshua Marsino was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Brandon, Jaden and Alyssa Morgan; and Hope and Faith Dever.

Joshua Marsino was the son of Bobby Marsino and Brittany Hodges Marsino. Mackenzie Browning delivered baby Joshua. Katherine Chancellor convinced JT Hellstrom, Brittany and her baby to come and live at the Chancellor Estate with Mac, as it would be the most secure for all of them. Brittany and Joshua ended up moving to New York City. He was named after his deceased paternal uncle, Joshua Cassen.

LucaEdit

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Luca was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by an unknown actor.

Luca was Vinny Trabuco's goon. In an intricate plot to keep the mob away from Brittany Hodges Marsino and her unborn baby, they set it up to look like JT Hellstrom was the father. Bobby Marsino and Brittany staged a split. Mackenzie Browning was not included in the plot for her safety, and this revelation left her reeling. Nikki Newman began nosing around, uncovered the plot and ended up being kidnapped by Luca. Vinny, Angelo Razzano and Luca ended up in jail.

MacyEdit

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Macy was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by an unknown actress.

Macy was a college student. April Stevens and her daughter, Heather Stevens, went to live with her sister Barbara Ann Harding who was rich and ended up financing Heather's education at a college in New York where her room mate Macy was murdered - the same college where Professor Adrian Korbel taught. Korbel admitted he turned in a fellow professor for having an affair with Macy.

Milan HawkesEdit

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Milan Hawkes was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by an unknown actor.

Milan Hawkes was the son of Carl and Jenny Hawkes. He was the father of Jana Hawkes. Jana kidnapped Colleen Carlton so that Jana and Milan could get to a Nazi treasure in the Czech Republic before Brad Carlton and Victor Newman did. Once she had the secret code from Colleen, Jana admitted that her great-grandfather, a jeweler, had been forced to etch an inscription into a reliquary. Afterward, he was murdered by the Nazis because he knew too much. Jana also admitted that she had killed Carmen Mesta.

Jana then trapped Colleen and Kevin Fisher in a walk-in cooler in an abandoned building and set it afire. Although Jana had fallen in love with him, framing Kevin was her necessary out, and, since Kevin had once tried to the same to Colleen, Kevin would be blamed. It would be assumed that he mistakenly got trapped with her this time. Milan turned up at the catacombs after Victor, Victoria Newman and Brad discovered the treasure. Milan locked them up, but was killed by the authorities as he tried to escape with the treasure.

Mina KingEdit

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Mina King

Mina King was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by McCready Baker.

Mina King was the daughter of Angela Perkins. In 2008, Paul Williams was concerned for his friend, Nikki Newman, and suspicious of David Chow because he had two deceased, rich former wives. Paul began an investigation into David's past. Paul tracked down Mina, the daughter of David's deceased wife Angela. Once back in Genoa City, Paul met with Mina. Mina, convinced that David murdered her mother, told Paul that David convinced Angela to cut Mina out of the will entirely, leaving David as the sole beneficiary. Mina claimed that David cut the brakes of her mother's car causing the accident! Paul later confronted David with this information, but David denied the allegation, stating that Mina was cut from the will due to her addiction to cocaine. David said Mina accused David of murder because Angela had cut her out of the will.

A friend of Paul’s father gives him the story on Mina King: a shady past involving cocaine and burglary led to Angela's cutting her daughter out of her will. Paul then confronted Mina who denied nothing but still insisted that David was a killer. David told Nikki about Mina and how she accused David of her mother's death while at Angela's funeral. Once David and his third wife, Bitsy Hartford, separated, David started his affair with Carmen Mesta. Bitsy, like Mina, accused David of killing his ex-wives, forcing him to finally seek a divorce. It was revealed a few weeks later that Mina died under suspicious circumstances.

Miranda BardwellEdit

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Miranda Bardwell was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She was never portrayed on screen.

Miranda Bardwell was the late wife of William Bardwell. In 2007, Gloria Fisher ran into Jeffrey Bardwell at the Genoa City Athletic Club and they decided to swap information about each other. They sat down and later Gloria discussed how meeting John Abbott and William changed her life. She described John as being the “perfect man” and the first man who allowed her to hold her head up high even if he did leave her out of his will.

She thought his son Jack Abbott was responsible but there was no proof. Jeffrey said he understood how she felt--he didn't know if William really meant to leave him out of his will or was manipulated into doing it. Gloria questioned this--John was sick, but William wasn’t. She wondered how Jeffrey alienated both William and his uncle. She admitted with William it was Miranda.

Oscar VolkmannEdit

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Oscar Volkmann was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by an unknown actor.

Oscar Volkmann was the son of a Nazi commandant. In 2006, Brad Carlton ended up fighting with the bad guys and killed them both after the head guy admitted he was Oscar Volkmann, son of the commandant who was executed after Brad's mother's testimony. Later, Victoria Newman urged Brad to tell the police about Volkmann but Brad wasn't open to the idea. Brad told his mom that he wished they knew why the Grugeon Reliquary was important enough to kill for and whether Volkmann was working alone or with someone else.

Pete HudsonEdit

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Pete Hudson was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by an unknown actor.

Pete Hudson was a rep for a department store chain that sold cosmetics. In 2003, Michael Baldwin hurried Diane Jenkins out of his office as he awaited the arrival of Pete, the first cosmetics customer arranged by Victor Newman. Hudson arrived, and Michael pitched the idea of priority placement for Safra (a division of Newman Enterprises). Pete was caught off guard when Michael offered him a membership in an exclusive Genoa City country club if he would push the right cosmetics line at his retail outlets. While Pete was in the other room on the phone, Michael eyed his briefcase full of cash and compared it to Pete's lookalike case.

Pete advised Michael that he couldn't accept the country club membership or any other high-priced gift from suppliers. Michael opened his briefcase and stunned Pete with the cash inside. When Michael offered to let him "mistakenly" walk out with it, Pete hesitated and then walked out with the cash, much to Michael's relief. Victoria Newman questioned Michael's trust and confronted him about Pete. Victoria and Nicholas Newman poured over files and Nick discovered the name "Pete Hudson" and decided to call him up.

Victoria protested because she wanted to protect Victor, but Nick wanted to do what was right. Nick (pretending to be Michael's assistant, Cory) arranged to meet with Pete, telling Hudson that Michael had "reconsidered the offer". Pete tried to convince Nick that he was lying about the bribery and begged Nick not to report him to the authorities. Nick demanded that Pete keep his mouth shut, if he didn't want to go down like the rest of them. Later, when Nick expressed hope that Pete could get immunity for testifying in the bribery case, Franklin Becker doubted it and wondered who supplied the bribe money.

PhillipeEdit

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Phillipe was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by an unknown actor.

Phillipe was an artist. In 2008, Sabrina Costelana dated Phillipe while she lived in Paris. Sabrina worked as an art curator in Florence. When she arrived in Genoa City, she had recently broken up with Phillipe.

Jack Abbott was writing a story for Restless Style sabotaging Sabrina's reputation. He was not backing off one bit despite the controversy. Jack was adamant about Phillipe, the information he had and using it to make sure the magazine sold lots of copies. Nicholas Newman and Adrian Korbel on the other hand, seemed to be on the same page of not being willing to spill the dirt on Sabrina. Nick got a call from Phillipe and wasn't happy to learn that Jack was looking for dirt on Sabrina.

Jack entered to hear the end of the conversation then he and Nick got into a shouting match. Victoria arrived to see the end of Sabrina's interview with Adrian. Victoria wondered how much Sabrina told him about her time in Paris. When Sabrina told her that she didn't mention Phillipe, Victoria realized that Sabrina only gave Adrian a limited truth. Jack was behind Phillipe coming to GC. Sabrina and Phillipe's stories about their relationships didn't match. Sabrina said that Phillipe tricked her into creating a one man show for him while he cheated on her with other woman.

Philippe said that she chased him even though she knew he had other women. He said she wanted him so much she created a one man show just for him. Victoria Newman pretty much backed up Sabrina's side of the story when she told Victor Newman about Phillipe. Victoria said he was a player and that he had broken Sabrina's heart with his other women. Jack altered Adrian's article on Sabrina to include the rumors about her and Phillipe. Victoria told Sabrina that Phillipe was in Chicago showing his new collection.

Victor told Sabrina he would send a limo for her then he left with Michael Baldwin to meet with Phillipe at the ranch to confirm or deny the story about him and Sabrina. While David Chow was spiking Nikki Newman’s drink with enough morphine to kill her, Phillipe was telling Victor the story as he told it to Jack, not Korbel, for the article.

Ralph HunicuttEdit

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Ralph Hunicutt

Ralph Hunicutt was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Daniel Quinn.

Ralph Hunicutt was the ex-husband of Amanda Browning. In 2008 after their unsuccessful marriage and due to the fact that he was abusing her daughter, Mackenzie Browning, Amanda left him. Amanda didn't believe Mac at first which caused Mac to run away from home. Ralph was mad at Amanda after she left him and he was able to track her down to Genoa City where he started to stalk Mac. He started blackmailing Amanda into stealing stuff from the Chancellor mansion. Mac was shocked to realize that Ralph was in town and Billy Abbott jumped to her rescue when Ralph and Mac saw each other. Billy whacked Ralph over the head and thought he had killed him, but Ralph was okay. He kidnapped Katherine Chancellor, who was later rescued by Larry Warton. Ralph, disguised as a Genoa City police officer, talked Raul Guittierez into telling him places where he might find Billy and Mac. Ralph had plans to get revenge on Mac, but Larry stopped him in time. Ralph left town and was never seen again.

Rebecca KaplanEdit

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Rebecca Kaplan

Rebecca Kaplan (born Rebecca Montalcini) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Lorna Raver and formerly Millie Perkins.

Rebecca Kaplan had one sister, Isabel Montalcini. She was the mother of George (later renamed Brad Carlton and Stephanie Kaplan. In 1943, Rebecca's family was killed by Nazis and Rebecca was put to work in a concentration camp cataloging stolen Jewish artworks. Rebecca escaped and testified at war crime trials against the commandant who was sentenced to death. She also returned all of the stolen artworks to their rightful owners. After receiving death threats, Rebecca and Isabel immigrated from Rome to the United States where Rebecca met and married Arthur Kaplan. The couple had two children, George and Stephanie.

When George and Stephanie were in their teens, the Nazis managed to track the family down. They killed Arthur, Stephanie and Isabel (whom they mistakenly believed was Rebecca). Rebecca and George were forced to go on the run from the Nazis, and when George's friend Brad Carlton was killed, George took his identity and moved to Genoa City, with Rebecca still in hiding. In July 2006, Brad, now in his forties, finally told his wife, Victoria Newman, and his daughter, Colleen Carlton, about his past and his true identity. Brad introduced them to Rebecca whom they had believed to be dead.

Ricardo BrañaEdit

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Ricardo Braña was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by an unknown actor.

Ricardo Braña was the father of Isabella Braña. Ricardo was married to Trinidad Braña. In 2003, Lynne Bassett and Marissa Barton met with Ricardo. He didn't reveal what it was that Isabella did in her past but did say that it was a messy situation and Michael Baldwin helped her. He assured them that there was nothing to worry about between Isabella and Paul Williams. Isabella's son Ricky Williams was named after both his grandfathers: Ricardo Carl Williams. Isabella left Paul and Ricky but occasionally visited. Paul brought Ricky to live with Isabella's parents in Los Angeles.

Robert CarltonEdit

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Robert Carlton was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. He was never portrayed on screen.

Robert Carlton was the son of Ashley Abbott and Brad Carlton. He was stillborn. Robert is stillborn on September 29, 2003. He was named after John Abbott's father Robert Abbott. Ashley was in a car accident while she was pregnant and the baby had to be delivered. Ashley suffered a mental breakdown after Robert's death.

Robert CassenEdit

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Robert Cassen was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. He was never portrayed on screen.

Robert Cassen had two sons: Joshua and Charlie (later renamed Bobby Marsino). Robert was married to Elizabeth Cassen. Joshua was accidentally shot by Nikki Reed when they were both five years old and playing behind an old paint factory in Genoa City. Nikki's dad hid the body so no one would find out. The Cassen family moved away to Cleveland, Ohio, never knowing what happened to their missing son. One day Nikki told Bobby about this, not mentioning any names or the birthday party. Bobby said he understood. He explained that he was once a toddler named Charlie Cassen whose five year old brother Joshua disappeared.

Elizabeth went into depression and became overly protective of her remaining son and Robert became an alcoholic. Both of them were killed in a car crash caused by Robert driving drunk. Charlie was sent to live with his Uncle Al and Aunt Betty Marsino in upstate New York. He returned to Genoa City as Bobby Marsino, a teenager that his uncle didn't want around, and was an assistant at The Bayou during Nikki's stripper days. Bobby had it out with Nikki and left town for a while, but he returned, and Nikki showed him the home movie of Joshua from her fifth birthday party.

RoxanneEdit

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Roxanne was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Tatyana Ali.

In September 2007, Roxanne was a student at Genoa City University where she met Devon Hamilton. The two began dating. In August 2009, after a particularly vicious argument, Devon and Tyra Hamilton had sex on Devon's couch unaware that Devon's girlfriend, Roxanne, walked in and discovered them in the act. The following day, Roxanne angrily broke up with Devon who later admitted to a stunned Neil Winters that he had sex with Neil's girlfriend, Tyra. However, many weeks later Devon and Roxanne reunited.

Salvatore StaleyEdit

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Sal Staley

Salvatore Staley (also called Sal) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Robert Torti.

Salvatore Staley was a thug working for the mob. In 2004, Bobby Marsino's boss, Sal, and the mob boss, Bertolli Lewis, were looking for revenge on Brittany Hodges' father Frederick Hodges for getting the club in trouble with the law. Sal approached Bobby's partner, Angelo Razzano, who used to be a hitman in the mob, to help. Not long afterward, Brittany was electrocuted by the stripper pole during her act and severely burned the entire right side of her face. The hit was out of revenge for Frederick and Raul Guittierez's actions against the club.

Bobby and Raul stayed by Brittany's side throughout her recovery, but she was told that she would be scarred for life. Bobby, who developed feelings for Brittany, was there for her. When Brittany recovered and began falling for Bobby, Raul vowed to stick by her until he found a remedy for her scar. After encouraging her to return to the stage just to sing, Bobby turned his strip joint into a cabaret called Marilyn's (after Brittany's stage name), just for Brittany. This angered Mr. Lewis, so Sal and his thugs cornered Bobby and Brittany in the club, ready to kill Brittany to teach Bobby a lesson.

SamEdit

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Sam was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by an unknown actor. Cassie Newman ended up at a party and found Daniel Romalotti drunk on beer he bought from his friend Sam trying to get over being separated from Lily Winters.

Sean BridgesEdit

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Sean Bridges

Sean Bridges was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by David Lee Russek and formerly Christopher Douglas

Sean Bridges was a web designer. In 2001, Sean arrived in Genoa City to replace his ex-lover, Phyllis Summers, as Jabot Cosmetics' web designer. Sean had a nose ring and laid back wardrobe. According to Sean, he dropped out of MIT as an 18 year old junior, and began traveling the country for five years with a backpack as his only possession. He stopped long enough to get involved on the ground floor with a .com company and made a killing on his stock options before .coms made their downfall. He lived in a 35 room Long Island Victorian mansion, filled with great art, furniture from around the world and all the "toys."

When he realized he was living to maintain his possessions instead of enjoying his life, he left it all behind and took a job in Genoa City. At some point along the way he had a relationship with Phyllis. In GC, he lived in a high rise apartment with no furnishings but a card table, two chairs and a futon - in an attempt to return to a minimalist way of life from his younger years. But he did still keep a Picasso in the closet. Sean seemed to have a lot of connections in his past, counting entertainers Lionel Ritchie and B.B. King among his friends.

Lionel Richie appeared at a club Jill and Sean visited. The mysterious Sean seemed to have scoped out the options and chose "older woman" Jill Abbott as his companion. While Jill remained wary of this hot younger man and his motives, he romanced her, won her over, and swept her off her feet. Sean was a good influence on the embittered Jill, getting her to show a bit of the fun-loving innocent woman she once was. Sean moved in to the Chancellor Estate and lived with Jill. But Sean pressured her to get married, and Jill balked one too many times. In 2002, Sean quit Jabot and returned to New York City.

ShilohEdit

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Shiloh

Shiloh was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Julie Pinson.

Shiloh was a record promoter. In February 2004, Colleen Carlton arranged for her boyfriend JT Hellstrom to sing at Crimson Lights. J.T. wasn't aware that Shiloh was in the audience. Shiloh was so impressed with his performance that she offered him a contract and the two left for Los Angeles to make J.T. a singing star. Shiloh asked J.T. to change a part of his personality to be a better star--say he was single. Colleen was hurt when J.T. said at a press conference that he was single. Shiloh prepared a record release party for J.T. but he didn't show up and that's where his career ended. Shiloh never came back.

Sierra HoffmanEdit

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Sierra Hoffman was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Asia Ray Smith.

Sierra Hoffman was a college student. Sierra first appeared in 2003 when she joined Lily Winters and Colleen Carlton as a part of the younger scene. Sierra attended Walnut Grove Academy along with them and went to Genoa City University afterwards. She was always there whenever her friends needed help, most notably when Lily was involved with Kevin Fisher, when Colleen had relationship problems and especially when Lily went on the run with her new boyfriend, Daniel Romalotti. Sierra even gave advice to young Cassie Newman. Devon Hamilton developed unrequited feelings Lily, but it was Lily's close friend, Sierra, who had a crush on him. Sierra developed a relationship with Devon Hamilton after supporting him during his troubled years of dealing with his drug-addicted mother. Sierra left town during 2006.

Stephanie KaplanEdit

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Stephanie Kaplan was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She never appeared on screen.

Stephanie Kaplan was the daughter of Arthur and Rebecca Kaplan. She had one brother, George Kaplan who later renamed himself Brad Carlton. Avoiding death threats from the Nazis, Rebecca and her sister, Isabel Montalcini, immigrated to the US where Rebecca met Arturo (who had Americanized his name to Arthur). They were married, lived in Parma, Ohio, and had children George and then Stephanie. When Stephanie was 15, somehow the Nazis tracked them down. Isabel was mistaken for Rebecca and murdered along with Arthur and Stephanie.

Steve ConnollyEdit

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Steve Connelly

Steve Connelly was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Greg Wrangler.

Steve Connolly was the third husband of Traci Abbott Connelly and the stepfather of Colleen Carlton. Steve was a book editor who worked for Traci's publisher. In 1992, Steve became the editor of Traci's book. He moved to Genoa City to help Traci with her writing. The two bonded and Traci felt as if she'd known him for years. They even completed each other's sentences without meaning to. They soon started a relationship, which caused her ex-husband, Brad Carlton, to become jealous. Traci eventually decided to leave town and go to New York City with Steve and her daughter Colleen. Steve and Traci got married. In the early years of her life, Colleen believed that Steve was her birth father.

In 2001, Traci found out that Steve was cheating on her and moved back home, refusing to hear his side. Colleen was hurt by the fighting between Traci and Steve. Teenager, Colleen didn't believe Traci at first, then turned against Steve when she realized Traci was telling the truth. Meanwhile Ashley Abbott feared Traci's return might threaten her marriage to Brad. She encouraged Traci to try to work on her marriage with Steve. Although Traci realized she was experiencing renewed feelings for Brad, she decided to give her marriage to Steve a second chance and to not continue fighting with Ashley over Brad. Steve and Traci eventually reconciled and returned to New York with Colleen. Colleen was disgusted with the reunion and began lashing out--being disrespectful to Traci and Steve, staying out all hours, smoking pot and was expelled. Hoping a change would straighten her out, Traci and Steve sent Colleen to live with her grandfather John Abbott in Genoa City.

In 2009, Colleen's mother Traci and stepfather Steve, Billy Abbott, and Abby Newman were all at the hospital when Colleen was brought in after having nearly drowned. Steve was there to support Traci while Colleen was hospitalized. Kevin Fisher and Jana Hawkes told Traci and Steve what a wonderful person Colleen was, and that she had turned their lives around by forgiving them for trying to kill her. Then Traci and Steve were told that Colleen would not recover and that she was an organ-donor. Nikki Newman had the nerve to intrude to request Colleen’s heart to save Victor Newman.

Terri ChowEdit

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Terri Chow was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She never appeared on screen.

With Nikki Newman and Paul Williams getting more suspicious of him by the day, David had no choice but to tell Nikki about Paul's investigation and the reasons why anyone would think he had killed his ex-wives. David Chow explained how he had met Terri Chow, his first wife, in college. Together, David and Terri traveled the world on humanitarian missions going from Cambodia to Africa and so on. They also shared "dark times," where Terri was unable to get out of bed due to heavy sleeping medication. Eventually, Terri died due to an overdose of sleeping pills. Fortunately for David, he was never charged for her murder although the accusation that he had anything to do with it left him scarred.

Thomas Del CerroEdit

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Thomas Del Cerro

Thomas Del Cerro was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Francesco Quinn.

In 2000, Nina Webster became a writer and got close with Thomas Del Cerro. They were engaged, but it didn't work out and the engagement was called off. Nina soon left town. In 2001, Thomas left town.

Todd WilliamsEdit

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Todd Williams

Todd Williams was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Corbin Bernsen.

Father Todd Williams was the son of Carl and Mary Williams. He had two brothers, Paul and Steven, and one sister, Patty.

Trinidad BrañaEdit

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Trinidad Braña was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Yvonne Coll.

Trinidad Braña was the mother of Isabella Braña. Trinidad was married to Ricardo Braña. In 2003, Isabella's son Ricky Williams was named after both his grandfathers: Ricardo Carl Williams. Isabella left Paul Williams and Ricky but occasionally visited. Paul brought Ricky to live with Isabella's parents in Los Angeles.

Vanessa LernerEdit

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Vanessa Lerner

Vanessa Lerner was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Dawn Stern.

Vanessa Lerner was a chemist at Satine Cosmetics. Damon Porter was once the head chemist of Satine Cosmetics' Research & Development department with fellow-chemist and love interest Vanessa.

In 2003, Vanessa came to town looking for her ex-lover, Damon, in order to persuade him to hunt for an orchid that she discovered would straighten hair. She traveled with Damon to Japan during the same time that Drucilla and Neil Winters were getting married. They found themselves on the same plane as the couple, plus Phyllis Summers and Jack Abbott. Damon and Vanessa secretly went looking for the orchid eventually finding it in Dru's wedding bouquet. Somehow the others found out about the orchid and Phyllis ended up stealing it. Phyllis and Jack broke up. In 2004, Damon and Phyllis became lovers. This angered Vanessa to the point that she decided to offer her entire project to Newman Enterprises. She left town after making the offer.

Vincente GuittierezEdit

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Vincente Guittierez was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Del Zamora.

Vincente Guittierez was the father of Diego, Raul and Dante Guittierez. Vincente's family was large, poor and of Cuban descent. He was married to Adela Guittierez. In 2002, Vincente and his family moved to Genoa City where he worked in a factory. In 2003, Vincente and Adela moved out of town.

Vinny TrabucoEdit

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Vinny Trabuco

Vinny Trabuco was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Joe Maruzzo.

Vinny Trabuco was a mob boss.Due to the increasing debt caused by Brittany Hodges Marsino's hospitalization with pregnancy complications, Bobby Marsino accepted "three large" from the mob to hold a stash of diamonds. Britt found out, so Bobby told the mob he would no longer do anything illegal, but would somehow repay them. They decided to name the baby Joshua Marsino after Bobby's deceased brother. Bobby and Brittany began receiving mysterious baby gifts that turned out to be from Vinny and Angelo Razzano as a threat to Bobby to return to the mob.

Bobby went along with them, trying to get evidence to expose them. To keep them away from Brittany and her unborn baby, Bobby, Brittany and JT Hellstrom set it up to look like J.T. was the father, and Bobby and Brittany staged a split. Nikki Newman started nosing around, uncovered the plot and ended up getting kidnapped by Vinny's goon, Luca. Vinny, Angelo and Luca ended up in jail. Brittany and the baby ended up in the hospital. Bobby turned over his evidence on the mob and went into the witness protection program, leaving Brittany and Joshua behind.

Virginia HamiltonEdit

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Virginia Hamilton

Virginia Hamilton was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Della Reese Lett.

Virginia Hamilton was the guardian of Tyra Hamilton. In May 2009, Devon Hamilton reconnected with his long-lost great aunt Virginia, by way of a social networking website. When Lily Winters married Cane Ashby, Devon brought Virginia to the wedding reception as a surprise for Ana Hamilton and Tyra. Virginia soon informd Devon that Tyra was not biologically related to the Hamilton family, but was left with Devon's grandmother as a baby. More shockingly, Virginia gave Devon a letter that Yolanda Hamilton wrote years ago to Devon's biological father (but never mailed). After reading the letter, Devon realized that his birth father never knew that Yolanda was pregnant with him, and had no idea that Devon existed. Tyra left town to live by Virginia.

ZapatoEdit

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Zapato was portrayed by an unknown actor dog.

Zapato was Victor Newman's yellow Labrador Retriever. Zapato was adopted by Victor and Nikki Newman when he was a puppy. Victor named him Zapato because he chewed up Nikki's shoes and zapato is spainish for shoe. Zapato lived on the Newman Ranch his whole life, aside from when Adam Wilson took over the ranch and banished him to the kennel. The Newmans loved him, the kids especially. Noah Newman, Abby Newman and Summer Newman seemed to really love him. Ashley Abbott mostly took care of him when she was married to Victor in 2009.

Patty Williams was hiding out in the potting shed on the ranch with her only friend, a stuffed cat that she named Mr. Kitty. Zapato got loose and ripped up Mr. Kitty. In revenge Patty poisioned him. The vet came to the house but Zapato didn't make it. Ashley thought that Zapato got into the pesticide when she let him off his leash and blamed herself for his death. At Zapato's funeral, Victor learned it wasn't the pesticide. Although Patty never said that she did it, nor was she ever seen doing it, it can assumed it was her.

Not long after his death, Victor adopted another yellow Labrador puppy and named him Seguado, which means second. Victor brought him to Europe with him for a short while and when he gave him to his son, Nicholas Newman. Patty was spying on Nick's wife, Phyllis, when she saw Seguado and thought he was Zapato. She ran home in fear where she decided he was Zapato's ghost.

Zara CostelanaEdit

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Zara Costelana was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Cynthia Sikes.

Zara Costelana was the mother of Sabrina Costelana Newman. In 2008, Zara arrived in town the day before Sabrina's wedding to Victor Newman even though she was not invited. Victoria Newman later explained to her brother and his wife, Nicholas and Phyllis Newman, that the reason the mother and daughter had a strained relationship: After Zara's husband and Sabrina's father was assassinated, Zara preferred to treat Sabrina as her sister rather than as her daughter.

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