As the most famous face in daytime television history, Susan Lucci held audiences spellbound for years as the sexy, sassy, beautiful “woman you love to hate,” Erica Kane, on ABC’s "All My Children." In 1999, she won the Emmy® Award for Best Actress, a historic moment not only for Lucci, but for all of television. 1999 also marked another exciting accomplishment when Lucci made her Broadway debut starring as Annie Oakley in the revival of Irving Berlin’s "Annie Get Your Gun," to amazing reviews. She was honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2005 and inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2006. She was also named one of E! Entertainment’s “Top Entertainers of the Year,” one of Barbara Walters’ “Ten Most Fascinating People,” and one of VH1’s “200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons.” Her contributions to television and the performing arts have earned her countless prestigious industry awards. In 2011, Lucci released her New York Times best-selling autobiography, "All My Life." Lucci is also the host and narrator of Investigation Discovery’s highly rated series "Deadly Affairs," which premiered in the fall of 2012 and is slated to return for season three in the summer of 2014.
Genevieve is a wealthy divorcee and effervescent socialite who has spent her life in the lap of luxury. While she may lead a sheltered existence within the walls of her manicured estate, she is affectionate and generous to those around her. A hopeless romantic, she will never stop searching for true love. But until she finds her next husband, Genevieve has support of her devoted maid, Zoila, who has been with her for twenty years.