Information Portal » Biography » Cynthia Watros

Cynthia Watros | Srivideo

Biography | Print View

Cynthia Watros (American Actress) Bio, Facts 

Cynthia Watros

Born name: Cynthia Michele Watros
Date of Birth: September 2, 1968
Place of Birth: Lake Orion, Michigan, United States
Occupation: Actress
Height: 1.7 m
Spouse(s): Curtis Gilliland (m. 1996)
Children: Emma Rose Marie Gilliland, Sadie Anna Marie Gilliland

Cynthia Michele Watros (born September 2, 1968) is an American actress. Watros is known for her roles as Libby Smith on the ABC TV series Lost, Kellie in The Drew Carey Show, Erin in Titus, and Annie Dutton in Guiding Light.

Early life
Watros was born in Lake Orion, Michigan. She attended Macomb Community College in Clinton Township, Michigan, and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre from Boston University, where she was part of Boston University's Professional Actors Training Program.

Watros initially became known for her role as Annie Dutton on the CBS soap opera Guiding Light from 1994 to 1998. Her character, a nurse, began as a heroine, but she gained notice and critical acclaim as her character gradually descended into madness. In 1998, Watros won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role on Guiding Light. In 1998, she briefly filled in for Jensen Buchanan as Victoria Hudson McKinnon on Another World while Buchanan was on maternity leave.

Watros appeared as Erin Fitzpatrick on Titus from 2000 to 2002 and gained recognition as a comedic actress, playing the fiancée of the title character. According to the DVD commentary, Erin was originally intended to be neurotic and socially awkward, but the character was revised a week before the pilot was shot. After Titus was canceled, she took on the role of Kellie Newmark on The Drew Carey Show, as a replacement for Christa Miller. Watros played the role from 2002-04.

From 2005 to 2006, Watros was a cast member on the ABC series Lost, playing psychologist Libby, a member of the "Tailies", a group of survivors of the plane crash who were in the tail section of the plane (and not seen during Season One). She was a romantic interest to Hurley and was very mysterious showing up in flashbacks. In the episode "Two for the Road", Libby was shot and killed by Michael Dawson. Libby briefly reappeared in the 2008 episode "Meet Kevin Johnson". She returned in 2010 in the episode "Everybody Loves Hugo" in the final season of Lost, in which she played a large part in the story. In addition, she appeared in the season finale, albeit without speaking lines.

After her departure from Lost in 2006, Watros filmed a pilot for a show titled My Ex-Life for CBS. She was slated to play the ex-wife of a character played by Tom Cavanagh. However, the pilot was not chosen by CBS. Watros was also the lead in the 2007 CBS television pilot for The Rich Inner Life of Penelope Cloud, a comedy about a former literary genius who, after an awakening, decides to pursue optimism instead of cynicism.

In 2009, Watros filmed a pilot for Valley Girls, a spin-off of the CW series Gossip Girl set in the 1980s, in which she played CeCe Rhodes, the socialite ex-wife of Rick Rhodes, and mother of the series' protagonists. In a May 2009 episode of the USA series In Plain Sight, "A Stand-Up Triple", she guest starred as a mother of three children in the witness protection program. Beginning in April 2010, Watros joined the cast of the TV medical drama House for seven episodes as Samantha Carr, one of Dr. James Wilson's ex-wives.

Watros appeared in the 2012 indie film, Electrick Children. In May 2012, she guest-starred in episode 8.22 of Grey's Anatomy. In June 2013, she guest-starred in episode 4.17 of Warehouse 13. She played Mary Matrix, coach of the FPS Varsity team in the online series Video Game High School. Her character first appears in season two of the series, which started July 2013. Watros starred as Avery Jenning's self-obsessed aunt in Dog with a Blog on December 6, 2013.

In 2013, Watros joined the cast of the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, but left the show in early 2014 with her character being recast. In July 2014, she joined the cast of the MTV series Finding Carter.

In 2019, Watros joins the ABC soap opera General Hospital as Nina Reeves, taking over the role from actress Michelle Stafford who's returning to the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless.

Personal life

Watros and Bonnie-Jill Laflin posing with a serviceman on a USO tourWatros has been married to Curtis Gilliland since 1996. They have twin daughters, born in 2001.

In 2008, Watros participated in a USO tour to Iraq, visiting several bases, including COP Callahan in Baghdad's East Adamiyah area.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and Licensed under CC-BY-SA
Cynthia Watros Official Social Network Page/Account
Official Instagram PageN/A
Official facebook PageN/A
Official Twitter Pagewatroswatros
Wikipedia PageCynthia_Watros
Cynthia Watros wiki, Information of Cynthia Watros, Cynthia Watros Profile, Cynthia Watros Age, Cynthia Watros Real Life Family, Cynthia Watros Date Of birth, Cynthia Watros Birth Place, Cynthia Watros Personal Life, Cynthia Watros Biodata, Cynthia Watros on Social networks, Cynthia Watros (@)Instagram Profile/account, Cynthia Watros (@) Facebook Profile/page, Cynthia Watros (@watroswatros) twitter Profile/account, Cynthia Watros (@Cynthia_Watros) wikipedia page, Cynthia Watros Lifestyle, Cynthia Watros DOB, Biography of Cynthia Watros, Cynthia Watros family background/ mother/ father/ brother/ sister’s name, Cynthia Watros Birthday.
Categories: 1968 births,20th-century American actresses,21st-century American actresses,Actresses from Michigan,American musical theatre actresses,American film actresses,American television actresses,American soap opera actresses,Daytime Emmy Award winners,Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series winners,People from Lake Orion, Michigan,Boston University College of Fine Arts alumni

Comments (0)