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This is a list of minor characters who appeared on The Young and the Restless in the 1990s.

Alec MorettiEdit

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Alec Moretti was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Andre Khabbazi.

In 1997, Megan Dennison was involved with Alec for quite some time, but she never developed strong feelings for him. He wanted their relationship to be more serious than Megan did. Because she cared about him, but knew they had no future, she ended the relationship.

Alice JohnsonEdit

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Alice Johnson

Alice Johnson was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Tamara Clatterbuck and formerly Tiffany Salerno.

Alice Johnson was the daughter of Millie Johnson and the adoptive mother of Cassidy Johnson who was later renamed Cassie Newman. Sharon Collins gave birth to a baby girl, who was adopted by Alice and named Cassidy. In 1997, Alice left Cassidy in the care of her aging mother to pursue a man. Millie loved Cassidy but didn't have the energy to keep up with a young girl thus leaving Cassidy to entertain herself with her beloved doll collection.

Grace Turner searched for Sharon's baby and found Cassidy. Nicholas Newman and Sharon, now Nick's wife, tried to get custody of the now renamed Cassie. Alice showed up and tried to take Cassie back. Christine Blair and Michael Baldwin were adversaries again when Michael represented Alice in the custody battle over Cassie. Eventually, the Newmans gained custody. Alice made numerous of visits to Cassie after losing custody of her.

Bob AdamsEdit

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

Bob Adams was a detective with the Genoa City Police Department. Bob worked for the department in 1992 and from 1995-1996 then he left town.

Brandon CollinsEdit

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Brandon Collins was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by the late Paul Walker.

Brandon Collins worked for Victor Newman when he was a teenager. In 1992, Victor set Brandon up with his teenage daughter, Victoria Newman. She dated Brandon while secretly seeing Newman Enterprises employee Ryan McNeil. In 1993, Brandon left town.

Brian HamiltonEdit

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Brian Hamilton was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by William A. Wallace and formerly by Steven Culp.

Brian Hamilton was the birth father of Daniel Romalotti. Danny Romalotti was devastated to discover that his and Phyllis' son, Daniel, was really the child of a man from Phyllis' past named Brian. She had set Danny up all along. However, because Danny was the legal father on the birth certificate and had always acted as such, he still had rights. A vicious divorce and custody battle ensued, with Christine Blair as Danny's lawyer, and the recently paroled Michael Baldwin assisting Phyllis' legal counsel.

Phyllis and Michael began a wild affair. With the help of Brian, all of Phyllis's lies and manipulations were brought out in court - including the fact that Danny had been drugged that first time and never even made love with Phyllis as she had claimed. The court found her to be unstable and an unfit mother. Danny won custody of Daniel, whom he still considered his son, although Phyllis was allowed visitation.

Callie RogersEdit

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Callie Rogers was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Siena Goines and formerly Michelle Thomas.

Callie Rogers was an aspiring singer. In 1998, Malcolm Winters was surprised when Callie came back into his life. Prior to her arrival in town, Callie and Malcolm were lovers broken up by her father. Callie hooked up with Malcolm again, while Malcolm was dealing with his failed marriage to Olivia Winters. However, Malcolm and Callie had a hard time rekindling their former relationship due to Callie's troubled marriage to Trey Stark, who served as her manager for her singing gigs and loved to remind Callie that he owned her and everything she did.

With the problems from Trey, Malcolm decided to step aside and let Callie work out her marital issues, but Callie knew she wanted to be with Malcolm and wanted out of her deal with Trey. Finally, the day came where Callie ended her relationship with Trey for good just as Malcolm's divorce from Olivia was finalized. Malcolm and Callie officially started their relationship.

Singers to grace Gina's stage included Danny Romalotti, Lauren Fenmore Baldwin, Callie, Ryan McNeil and John Abbott. The couple became engaged and Malcolm moved in with Callie, but their happiness was short lived when they found out that Callie was still married to Trey. Callie was pressured by Malcolm into divorcing Trey, while Trey refused to let Callie go. In 2000, Malcolm couldn't handle Callie's indecisiveness anymore and they decided to break up. Callie left town.

Chet DelancyEdit

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Chet Delancy

Chet Delancy was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Marc Singer.

Chet Delancy was a madman living in the desert and played a Hopi flute. In 1999, Victor Newman's plane crashed near Chet's home. Chet helped Victor from the wreckage then kidnapped him and held him captive. Chet tried to introduce a computer virus. Ramona Caceres was Chet's girlfriend. Ramona helped Victor escape from Chet. Chet died after falling off a cliff fighting Victor.

Cliff WilsonEdit

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Cliff Wilson was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by David Cowgill.

Cliff Wilson was the adoptive father of Adam Newman. In 1993, Hope Adams was being pursued by Cliff from the moment he met her. Cliff was extremely jealous of Hope's vast affection for Victor Newman. Despite Hope's growing feelings for Victor, she was set to marry her longtime friend, Cliff. Not wanting to complicate her life, Victor made plans to go back to Genoa City for good. However, faced with the fact that she would never again see this stranger she had grown to love, Hope called off her marriage to Cliff and agreed to travel to Genoa City with Victor! After finding out she was pregnant, Victor wanted Hope to have an abortion. Hope refused and returned to Kansas to be at Cliff's side after he'd been hurt.

Cliff made his move and convinced Hope that he could provide Hope with a secured life. Hope knew Cliff was sincere. Knowing Victor and she came from two different worlds that could never mesh, Hope stayed in Kansas for good, asked Victor for a divorce and asked to raise her son without him. Victor agreed. Hope later married ex-fiancé Cliff who made it clear to Victor that he would be known as Victor Jr.'s father. Cliff made sure that the boy had no idea that he was not the biological father. Victor Adam Wilson, more commonly known as Adam Wilson (last name due to Cliff, whom he believed was his biological father at one time) was the son of Victor Newman Sr. and his late former wife, Hope Adams.

Cliff legally adopted Victor Jr. and for the next 27 years, Victor Jr. never knew his birth father was Victor Newman. Victor Jr., known as Adam, was raised by Hope and Cliff (whom he believed to be his father) on the farm in Kansas. In 1996, Cliff died in a tractor accident. Victor went to visit him in the hospital. Before he died, Cliff told Victor not to tell Victor, Jr. about his parentage. Hope told her son about his birth father on her death bed. A Harvard-educated Wall Street stockbroker, Vic Wilson thought of Cliff as his father growing up and was resentful that Victor would abandon his own child. Adam had always believed that Cliff was his father and didn't want to believe that Victor could just abandon his child for his whole life.

Dave JohnsonEdit

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

Dave Johnson had one brother, Stan Johnson. Keesha Monroe was puzzled when the number her ex-boyfriend Stan gave her was for a hospital and was shocked when Stan's brother, Dave, said Stan had just died of AIDS.

Diane WestinEdit

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Diane Westin was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Devon Pierce.

Diane Westin was a mail room attendant. In 1990, Diane was working at David A. Kimble Investments. It didn't take long before David began an affair with Diane while he was still married to Nina Webster. Diane came across a New Jersey newspaper clipping about heiress Rebecca Harper who had been murdered by her husband, Tom. The photo of Tom and Rebecca showed a man who looked like David and she was wearing a brooch like the one David had given to Diane to wrap as a present for Nina. David discovered that Rebecca's friend, Vivian, was in Genoa City intent on finding the brooch to prove that David murdered Rebecca.

It wasn't long before her body was discovered electrocuted in her bathtub. While digging into David's background, Cricket Blair also found the photo of Rebecca with David and recognized the brooch. Cricket broke the news about him to Nina but she had already learned about it from Diane. Diane stopped working for and sleeping with David immediately.

In 1991, Nina, Danny Romalotti and Cricket attended a masquerade ball charity event and David showed up dressed in the same costume as Danny (a wolf) intending to kill them all. But David's former mistress, Diane, learned of his plan and replaced the bullets in his gun with wax ones.

Doris CollinsEdit

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Doris Collins was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Karen Hensel and formerly Victoria Ann Lewis.

Doris Collins was the mother of Sharon Newman. Doris grew up in Madison, Wisconsin and moved to Genoa City in 1994. She was a single mother raising her daughter Sharon. While out looking for a teenage Sharon in a snow storm, Doris was upset and anxious to find her daughter. She ended up in a car accident and permanently lost the use of her legs. Finding out sixteen year old Sharon was pregnant put an emotional toll on Doris. Knowing they could never care for a newborn, she convinced her daughter to give the baby girl up for adoption.

Though it wasn't easy, Sharon survived the ordeal. Years later, Doris and Sharon were reunited with Sharon's little girl Cassie. Sharon and her husband Nicholas Newman ended up winning custody of Cassie and Doris grew very close to her granddaughter. In later years, tragedy would strike again when Cassie died as a result of a car accident leaving those who loved her in utter devestation. Doris did not approve when Sharon got involved with Adam Newman. Doris moved out of town and spent her time taking classes and trying new things.

Dylan FenmoreEdit

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Dylan Fenmore (born Dylan Lawrence Fenmore) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Austin Recht and formerly Nathan Griesbach.

Dylan Fenmore was the "adopted" son of Lauren Fenmore Grainger. In 1991, Lauren was married to Dr. Scott Grainger who was a physician at Genoa City Memorial Hospital. Nurse Sheila Carter began working at the hospital and immediately fell for Scott. In order to steal him away from Lauren, Sheila drugged Scott and slept with him, ending up pregnant. At the same time Lauren also became pregnant by Scott but didn't tell him. When the truth about the father of Sheila's baby came out, Scott felt obligated, divorced Lauren and married Sheila. Both Sheila and Lauren were due around the same time. Sheila miscarried her baby earlier but kept it a secret. She contacted a black market baby broker and bought a baby boy. She then switched the brokered baby for Lauren's baby in the hospital nursery, passing off Lauren's baby as her own naming him Scott Grainger Jr. (aka Scotty). Lauren named her baby Dylan Lawrence Fenmore, but he died of meningitis before he was a year old.

Evan OwenEdit

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Evan Owen was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Chris Potter.

In 1997, Evan came to town. He was a friend from Gloria Abbott's past (who she had a one night stand with) and was an exceptional dancer. Over breakfast at the Genoa City Athletic Club, while Gloria was rambling about plans for a wedding reception, William Bardwell thought back to Evan's magic trick and wondered if Gloria pulled it when submitting her DNA! After William got called away to work, Kevin shoewd up with a gift for Gloria - a clock - and said, "Time's a tickin' don't get caught!"

Seeing as Gloria didn't have access to William's money, she asked Kevin for a loan to payoff Evan. As Kevin was warning Gloria that Evan would continue to blackmail her for more money, Evan walked in! Despite initially turning her down, Kevin handed over some money to Gloria then left. When Evan approached Gloria's table, he threatened to tell William that she switched her DNA sample if she didn't give him a substantial amount of money.

Before their conversation could go any further, William came back. After Evan left, while kissing Gloria, her hair got caught and she screamed, "Ouch!" William distracted her and asked if they could talk about their reception, leaving Gloria unaware that he ripped out a strand of her hair.

Eve Nicole HowardEdit

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Eve Nicole Howard was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless.

Eve Nicole Howard was the daughter of Cole Howard and Victoria Newman. In 1998, Cole and Victoria tried for a child and Victoria conceived, but their daughter Eve Nicole Howard died shortly after birth. Little Eve was named after Cole's mother, Eve Howard, and Victoria's mother, Nicole Newman.

Flo WebsterEdit

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Flo Webster (full name Florence Webster, formerly Adams) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Sharon Farrell.

Flo Webster was the mother of Nina Webster. Nina grew up poor in Detroit, raised by her mother. Flo was a prostitute who got pregnant by one of her clients. As a result, Nina's father was unknown because Flo did not know his name. The only thing she remembered about Nina's father was that he had a very pronounced scar on his neck.

In 1991, Flo came to Genoa City and lived with Nina for a few years. David Kimble returned to Genoa City as "Jim Adams" with makeup on his forehead, hair dyed gray, a mustache and a southern accent. He romanced and married Flo. David manipulated Nina into changing her will so that he and Flo would be co-beneficiaries in the event of Nina's death. In 1996, Flo left town.

Gary DawsonEdit

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Gary Dawson

Gary Dawson was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Ricky Paull Goldin.

Gary Dawson was an advertising agent and marketing expert. In 1999, Gary was a shy man who worked with Victoria Newman on her Brash & Sassy campaign for Newman Enterprises. Victoria was attracted to him and they began a relationship although Victoria was unaware that Gary was the man who had been stalking her for weeks. In Gary's apartment, Victoria found a collage of her photos including the nude centerfold for which she had posed years earlier. Gary kidnapped Victoria and held her hostage in the Newman's tree house before she was rescued by Nicholas Newman and Paul Williams. In 2000, Gary was institutionalized in a sanitarium.

Hope AdamsEdit

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Hope Adams

Hope Wilson (née Adams and formerly Newman) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Signy Coleman and, briefly, by Beth Tossaint.

Hope Adams was born and raised on a farm in Kansas. Hope was the mother of Adam Newman. Hope met business tycoon Victor Newman when he rescued her from a potential rape. Victor stayed at the farm and a relationship developed between the two. They eventually wed. Hope moved to Victor's home in Genoa City, but grew dissatisfied with Victor being deeply committed to running Newman Enterprises. During this time, Hope was being pursued by a man from Kansas named Cliff Wilson who was extremely jealous of her affection for Victor.

Unable to live neither in Genoa City nor with Victor's absence due to running Newman Enterprises, Hope returned to Kansas where she gave birth to Victor Adam Newman, Jr. Her marriage to Victor ended in divorce. She then married Cliff, who made it clear to Victor that he would be known as Victor Jr.'s father. Hope ordered Victor to exclude himself from their son's life which he did, but was able to see him a few times as a boy. Other than that, he had no contact with his son.

When Hope and Cliff married, he legally adopted Victor Jr. and for the next 27 years, Victor Jr. never knew his father was Victor Newman. Hope contracted pancreatic cancer. She revealed to her son that his father was Victor Newman, begged Adam to accept Victor as his father and to give him a chance. She eventually died from the cancer.

Howie "Kite" SullivanEdit

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Howie "Kite" Sullivan was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by an unknown actor.

In 1993, Michael Baldwin spent days pouring over four decades of files from the 1960’s trial of River Baldwin

Jed SandersEdit

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Jed Sanders

Jed Sanders was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Josh Taylor.

Jed Sanders was a construction worker. In 1993, Nina Webster believed Jed was her father. Victor Newman hired Jed to do some work at the Newman Ranch. As a result, Jed ended up going on a date with Nikki Newman. He also had an affair with Jill Abbott. Jill took solace in Jed's arms due to her husband John Abbott's impotence. Although John wasn't keen on the idea of having another child at his age, he was granted custody of Billy Abbott after finding out that Jill was engaged in an affair with Jed. This discovery also caused John to file for his second divorce from Jill. In 1994, Jed left town.

Jeri PaulsenEdit

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Jeri Paulsen was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Christine McCall Champion.

Jeri Paulsen was an editor. In 1995, after Cole Howard and Victoria Newman had been married about a year, Victoria became jealous of the time that Cole spent with his editor, Jeri, on a writing project. But Jeri became a non-issue when Cole made it clear that he loved Victoria. Jeri, who actually had been making advances on Cole, accepted this and returned to her life in New York.

John Abbott IIIEdit

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John Abbott III was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed on screen by a doll.

John Abbott III was the infant son of John "Jack" Abbott, Jr. and Nikki Reed Abbott. He died shortly after birth.

JoniEdit

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

Phyllis Summers told Joni about seeing Sasha Green at Legal Aid.

JuliaEdit

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Julia was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Pamella D'Pella.

Julia was a nanny. Malcolm Winters and Nate Hasting's nanny, Julia, were raising Nate.

Kathy MinerEdit

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Kathy Miner was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. She was the mother of Rianna Miner. She was never shown onscreen, only mentioned.

Kurt CostnerEdit

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Kurt Costner

Kurt Costner was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Leigh McCloskey.

Kurt Costner was a doctor. In 1996, Kurt was a bum who was hired to work on the Chancellor Estate. Kurt rescued Ashley Abbott from muggers. While walking through the woods, Ashley was rescued from two thugs by the mysterious Kurt Costner. During her rescue, Kurt winded up being shot and Ashley went along as he was rushed to the hospital. An attraction grew between the two and they began dating but Kurt's mysterious past kept getting in the way of their happiness. Kurt's past included a wife and a daughter who were killed in a car accident—something for which Kurt had always blamed himself.

Ashley eventually proved that Kurt was not responsible for the accident. Kurt also saved the life of Hope Adams Wilson, an event that pushed him to choose to become a doctor again. Stuck between two women, Ashley and Hope, Kurt eventually chose to go to Kansas with Hope. In 1997, Kurt left town with Hope.

Larry WartonEdit

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Larry Warton (born Lawrence Warton, nicknamed The Wartman) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by David "Shark" Fralick.

Larry was Nicholas Newman's cellmate in prison. Larry tormented Nick day after day. One day they got in a fight that would have killed Nick if his father, Victor Newman, hadn't stepped in and beat up Larry. In 1999, Larry was released on probation. Matt Clark recruited him to get revenge on Nick. They plotted to frame Nick for selling ecstasy, but Larry got a soft spot for Nick's daughter, Cassie Newman. Larry changed his mind and testifed for Nick, not against him.

Larry became a janitor and began to reform. He saved Billy Abbott and Mackenzie Browning from Ralph Hunicutt. He then started an affair with Billy's mother, Jill Abbott. They kept their affair secret because Jill was with a man who was "beneath" her. Katherine Chancellor saw Larry leave Jill's room and confronted her. Jill denied it and even insulted Larry. Larry responded by spilling Jill's sex toys on the table during a Jabot Cosmetics meeting. Larry helped Sharon Newman, Nick's wife, cover up killing Cameron Kirsten. Later it was revealed that Cameron was actually alive. Larry's last appearance was when he took Sharon for a motorcycle ride after Cassie's death. Then he left town.

Mai VolienEdit

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Mai Volien was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Marianne Rees.

Mai Volien was the daughter of Luan Volien Abbott. She had one maternal half brother, Keemo Volien Abbott. In 1994, Keemo moved in with his mom and Mai. After Jack Abbott and Luan were married, Mai moved in with them. When Keemo learned that his father, Jack, had known that Keemo's mother was seriously ill, he accused Jack of stealing precious time that Keemo and Mai could have spent with their mother. In 1996 after Luan died from a terminal illness, Keemo left Genoa City along with Mai.

Marissa BartonEdit

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Marissa Barton was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Marissa Arena.

Marissa Barton was a secretary at the Paul Williams Detective Agency after being Diane Jenkins personal assistant. In 1998, Marissa was friends with Lynne Bassett. In 2001, Paul Williams said that James Franklin would go away for along time and Isabella Braña 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. Later that year, Marissa left town.

Martha HellstromEdit

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Martha Hellstrom was the mother of JT Hellstrom and grandmother of Reed Hellstrom and Dylan Hellstrom. She was never shown onscreen, only mentioned.

Millie JohnsonEdit

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Millie Johnson (legal name Mildred Johnson) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Ernestine Mercer.

Millie Johnson was the mother of Alice Johnson. Cassie Newman had been adopted by Alice. Alice later abandoned Cassie to pursue a man, leaving Cassie with her frail, elderly mother, Millie. In 1997, Cassie loved Millie, but it was very difficult for a woman of her age to keep up with a young child. Cassie had no friends but her dolls and nowhere to play but the dirt. When it appeared that Nicholas and Sharon Newman's newborn baby, Noah Newman was going to die, Sharon's best friend, Grace Turner, and Grace's boyfriend, Tony Viscardi, tracked down Cassie to help Sharon ease the pain of her loss. They convinced Millie to allow them to return Cassie, now five years old, to Genoa City and be reunited with her natural mother. Grace pleaded with Millie to let her return Cassie. Millie reluctantly agreed, realizing that Sharon could give the child a better life than she ever could. In 2005, when Cassie died, her memorial service was touching but Grace, Millie and Alice were all conspicuously absent.

Molly CarterEdit

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Molly Carter was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Marilyn Alex.

Molly Carter was the mother of Sheila Carter and Sarah Carter Smythe. When Molly visited Sheila in 1991, she discovered that Sheila stole Lauren Fenmore's newborn son Scott Grainger Jr. and was passing him off as her own. After Molly suffered a stroke that left her inarticulate, Sheila sent her back to her farmhouse in Michigan, but Molly partly regained her voice and was able to communicate the truth to Lauren. Furious, Sheila kidnapped both Lauren and Molly and held them hostage at the farmhouse. An accidental fire broke loose and everyone believed Sheila perished in the flames. Lauren and Molly were rescued by Paul Williams and his secretary Lynne Bassett.

On The Bold and The Beautiful it was revealed that Sheila has escaped the farmhouse and started a new life in Los Angeles. Sheila began to use Molly to win Lauren's favor in the hopes that Lauren would eventually forgive her for her crimes so that Sheila could marry the renowned fashion CEO Eric Forrester. Her plan, however, did not work and Lauren and Sheila remained at odds for years. Molly returned to Los Angeles years later to attend Sheila's wedding to James Warwick.

MoreyEdit

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Morey (alias Robert) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Morey Amsterdam.

Morey was a small-time criminal and bumbling kidnapper. In 1990, Marge Cotroke was discovered by Rex Sterling's former cellmate, Clint Radison. Clint realized Marge was a dead ringer for Katherine Chancellor and plotted to steal the wealthy woman's fortune by kidnapping her and putting Marge in her place. Clint planted two cohorts, Morey and Lil in the Chancellor household first. They worked for Kay as houseman Robert and maid Shirley. This pair then trained Marge to act like Katherine. The bunch kidnapped Kay and a pregnant Esther Valentine, and held them captive.

Norman PetersonEdit

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Norman Peterson was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Mark Haining.

Norman Peterson was a con man. In 1994, Norman put a personal ad in the newspaper which was found by Esther Valentine, who couldn't resist answering. In order to impress the gentleman, Esther posed as the owner of the Chancellor mansion, while the real residents, Katherine Chancellor and Rex Sterling, agreed to go along with her plan and dress as servants. In a rather short time, Norman convinced Esther to ask Kay to put Esther in her will. Kay and Rex were very suspicious of Norman when he proposed marriage to Esther, so they decided to stage a fake wedding. Kay hired an actor as a fake minister to wed them. Little Kate Valentine joined her mother at the wedding. Norman knew his plans were foiled and he wasn't ready to wait years until he could get his hands on the Chancellor fortune, so he tried to break into Kay's safe. Rex caught him, so Norman killed him and was arrested for his murder later.

Peter GarrettEdit

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Peter Garrett was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Justin Gorance.

In 1995, Peter was a man whom Phyllis Summers began dating during her separation from Danny Romalotti. Peter was a patient of the same therapist as Phyllis. Phyllis dated Peter in hopes of making Danny jealous and, while Danny was jealous mostly because of Peter's connection with Daniel Romalotti, Phyllis' plan backfired as Danny was happy Phyllis and Peter were together. Later, Phyllis ended things with Peter and fixed him up with her friend and former co-worker, Sasha Green. Phyllis had actually paid Peter to romance Sasha to keep her happy and quiet. In 1996, Peter and Sasha moved to New York together. In 1997 after Phyllis and Danny were married again and happy together while raising Daniel, Sasha re-entered their lives. Sasha had been dumped by Peter.

Rafael DelgadoEdit

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Rafael Delgado

Rafael Delgado was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Carlos Bernard.

Rafael Delgado was a painter. In 1999, Rafael was Ashley Abbott's step-brother. Ashley went to Madrid to rescue him. She sold some stock to buy back forged paintings Rafael had painted and sold to unsuspecting customers. Ashley's husband, Cole Howard, assumed that Ashley was having an affair with Rafael because he did not know who Rafael was. While she was trying to break up Ashley and Cole's marriage, Rafael briefly dated Victoria Newman but nothing serious developed between them. Rafael returned to his hometown of Madrid, Spain.

Ramona CaceresEdit

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Ramona Caceres was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Gladys Jimenez.

In 1999, Ramona was the girlfriend of madman Chet Delancy who lived in the New Mexico desert and held Victor Newman captive after his plane crashed there. Ramona helped Victor escape from Chet and they became lovers. In 2000, Ramona left.

In 2002, Maxwell Hollister agreed to do Leanna Love's TV show and give her the scoop on Julia Newman and Victor's past in exchange for some recent photos her photographer shot of Victor and Ramona. Nikki Newman saw the show and was upset that Victor had visited both Ramona and Julia without telling her. Victor tried to explain to Nikki his soul-searching visits to Julia and Ramona, as well as with Hope Adams Wilson. As he left, Victor phoned Hope, Julia and Ramona.

They convinced Leanna to do a retraction of the story. Before Nikki and Victor could plan an official ceremony, Nikki became insecure with Victor's affections. This was because of their history which prompted her into an affair with Brad Carlton. It also sent Victor into a relationship with Latin beauty Ramona.

RebeccaEdit

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

In 1993, Michael Baldwin paid a woman named Rebecca to drug Danny Romalotti's tea and get photos of her and Danny appearing to be having sex to show that Danny and Christine Blair's marriage wasn't as happy as they claimed. When Rebecca learned of Michael's dirty move, she tried to blackmail him. Later Rebecca was found dead in her apartment just after Michael threatened her not to blackmail him or else. In court for a sexual harassment suit, Michael shocked Christine by submitting the illicit photo of Danny with Rebecca.

Rebecca HarperEdit

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Rebecca Harper was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Kelly Garrisson.

Rebecca Harper was the wife of David Kimble. In 1990, Diane Westin came across a New Jersey newspaper clipping about heiress Rebecca Harper who had been murdered by her husband, Tom. The photo of Tom and Rebecca showed a man who looked like David Kimble and she was wearing a brooch like the one David had given to Diane to wrap as a present for Nina Webster. David discovered that Rebecca's friend, Vivian, was in Genoa City intent on finding the brooch to prove that David murdered Rebecca but it wasn't long before Vivan's body was discovered electrocuted in her bathtub.

While digging into David's background, Cricket Blair also found the photo of Rebecca with David and recognized the brooch. Cricket broke the news about him to Nina but she had already learned about it from Diane. Nina had also learned that David was plotting to murder both her and little Phillip. While she was with Danny Romalotti in New Jersey, Cricket found a jeweler who identified the brooch as belonging to Rebecca.

Robert LynchEdit

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Robert Lynch was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Terrence E. McNally.

Dr. Robert Lynch was married to April Stevens. He was the adoptive father of Heather Stevens. In 1993, April visited Genoa City. She said she and Heather were happy in New York City with her dentist husband Robert Lynch. Robert had adopted Heather, and Heather did not know that Robert was not her real father. After April returned to her family in NYC, Robert beat her, accusing her of sleeping with Paul Williams. Paul and Christine Blair discovered that April was a battered wife, went to New York City, and got her into a support group. They could not convince her to leave Robert.

April returned to town a year later after again being beaten by Robert over the holidays. Although April was still attracted to Paul, he gently turned her down. Concerned for Heather, whom she left behind, April returned to Robert. When he tried to keep April in line by threatening Heather, April fatally stabbed him with a letter opener and was charged with murder. To April's relief, Christine and John Silva volunteered to represent her in court. Christine and John's dynamic representation won April a suspended sentence due to self-defense.

SegundoEdit

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Segundo was the dog of Nikki and Victor Newman.

Stan JohnsonEdit

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Stan Johnson

Stan Johnson was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Kiko Ellsworth.

Stan Johnson had one brother, Dave Johnson. In 1995, after another altercation with an upset Malcolm Winters as Keesha Monroe pleaded with him to forgive her, Keesha phoned her former boyfriend, Stan, after she realized how much he had meant to her. Keesha was puzzled when the number Stan gave her was for a hospital and was shocked when Stan's brother said Stan had just died of AIDS. Later, Keesha retrieved an old letter from Stan who had written that he was bisexual and that he had the HIV virus. Olivia Winters was Keesha's physician when Keesha went to have herself checked and learned that she was exposed to the HIV virus by Stan.

Stephanie SimmonsEdit

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Dr. Stephanie Simmons was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Angelle Brooks and formerly Vivica A. Fox.

In 1994, Dr. Stephanie Simmons began working at Genoa City Memorial Hospital. To keep her focus on her marriage, Drucilla Winters got Olivia Winters to fix Malcolm Winters up with her attractive colleague at the hospital, Stephanie Simmons. However, Stephanie's demanding schedule eventually caused her and Malcolm's relationship to fall apart. In 1996, Stephanie left town.

Tim ReidEdit

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Dr. Tim Reid (also called Timothy) was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Aaron Lustig.

Dr. Tim Reid was a psychiatrist. In 1996, Timothy was the psychiatrist of Phyllis Summers. He counseled Phyllis on the terms from the courtroom judge who postponed her and Danny's divorce proceedings. She called him Tim. Phyllis told him her most deep secrets: from insecurities and disappointments in her negative childhood to her current life problems. Sensing that Dr. Tim was attracted to her, he slept with Phyllis after she seduced him. She used the videotape of their lovemaking to blackmail him so he would testify on her behalf in court during the trial to end her marriage to Danny Romalotti.

The day Tim was scheduled to testify at Danny's trial he felt Danny and Phyllis should divorce, but he lied. Tim testified that Phyllis' marriage to Danny was still sustainable. Tim later recanted his testimony which ruined his career. After her marriage to Danny was over, Phyllis used Tim to make Danny jealous even though Danny was never aware of whom Phyllis was sleeping with. Tim proposed to Phyllis and she accepted, but nothing came out of it because Danny wanted Phyllis back.

Tom HellstromEdit

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Tom Hellstrom was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless. He was never portrayed on screen. Tom was the father of JT Hellstrom and grandfather of Reed Hellstrom and Dylan Hellstrom. He was married to Martha Hellstrom.

Trey StarkEdit

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Trey Stark

Trey Stark was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Rodney Van Johnson.

Trey Stark was the manager of songstress Callie Rogers. In 1998, prior to her arrival in town, Callie and Malcolm Winters were lovers broken up by her father. Callie hooked up with Malcolm again while Malcolm was dealing with his failed marriage to Olivia Winters. However, Malcolm and Callie had a hard time rekindling their former relationship due to Callie's troubled marriage to Trey Stark who served as her manager for her singing gigs and loved to remind Callie that he owned her and everything she did. With the problems from Trey, Malcolm decided to step aside and let Callie work out her marital issues, but Callie knew she wanted to be with Malcolm and wanted out of her deal with Trey.

Finally, the day came where Callie ended her relationship with Trey for good just as Malcolm's divorce from Olivia was finalized. Malcolm and Callie officially started their relationship. The couple became engaged and Malcolm moved in with Callie, but their happiness was short lived when they found out that Callie was still married to Trey. Callie was pressured by Malcolm into divorcing Trey while Trey refused to let Callie go. In 1999, Trey left town.

VivianEdit

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Vivian was a fictional character on The Young and the Restless, portrayed by Amelia Kinkade.

In 1990, Chase Benson was fixed up with Vivian. David Kimble discovered that Rebecca Harper's friend, Vivian, was in Genoa City intent on finding the brooch to prove that David murdered Rebecca but it wasn't long before her body was discovered electrocuted in her bathtub. It was later proved that Vivian was murdered by David.

Warren BatesEdit

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

Warren Bates was a detective with the Genoa City Police Department. In 1996, Ashley Abbott was attacked in the park by three men. Luckily, Kurt Costner was there to save her. She called Victor Newman, told him what happened and said she was on her way to the police station. Victor said he would meet her there. Victor was the first to arrive at the police station. He introduced himself to Detective Warren Bates. Victor asked the detective how many suspects he had. He told Victor that he would rather not say. Victor asked him some more questions but he couldn't get any answers from Warren except that he was pretty sure that they had their suspects.

Ashley showed up at the station to identify the men. She was glad to see Victor. She looked as though she was going to be sick. Warren introduced himself. He told Victor and John Silva that they would have to wait outside. They protested. A man walked in and introduced himself as the attorney from Legal Aid. He was there for his clients and wanted to stay to protect them. John told Warren "If he stays we stay." They were all told to sit in the back of the room and if they talked they would be forced to leave.

Warren told Ashley not to say anything until he asked her to speak. Five men entered the line up. He went through them one by one asking them to step forward then turn right then turn forward. Ashley looked dazed and confused. Warren asked her if she recognized any of the men. She asked to have #2 and #5 to step forward again and to say something about game playing. Warren told #2 and #5 to say "What kind of game are you playing?" She tells him the men who attacked her were not there. She was distraught and upset. She was hoping that it would be over. She said to herself "They're still out there free...still out there."

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