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Born: November 4, 1975, Hinsdale, Illinois, USA.
Height: 5' 7" (1.70 m).
Heather Tom biography (bio):
Heather Tom is a two-time Emmy Award-winning American soap opera actress. She is well known to American daytime drama fans for her role as Victoria Newman, daughter of the powerful Victor (Eric Braeden) and Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) on CBS' The Young and the Restless. She played the role from 1991 until December 2003. She won two Daytime Emmy awards in 1993 and 1999 for "Outstanding Younger Lead Actress" along with nominations in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2004 and 2005. Heather Tom holds the record for the most Emmy Award nominations for actresses under the age of thirty.
In 2003, she took on a new role as Kelly Cramer Buchanan on ABC's soap One Life to Live. She also made a handful of guest appearances on All My Children in 2004 playing the Kelly Cramer character. She is the third actress to portray Kelly Cramer Buchanan after Gina Tognoni and Tracy Lindsey Melchior. In August 2006, Tom announced she had decided not to renew her contract with One Life to Live after three years. She last aired in December 2006.
In February 2007, she guest starred on Monk and in March 2007, she and her sister Nicholle Tom guest starred on The Wedding Bells.
In August 2007, she took over the role of Katherine "Katie" Logan (previously played by Nancy Sloan), the younger sister of Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang), Donna (Jennifer Gareis) and Storm Logan (William deVry), on The Bold and the Beautiful.
Tom has also worked extensively in theater, both in New York and on the West Coast.
Her siblings are also actors: her brother David Tom played Billy Abbott on Y&R, and also co-starred with her on One Life to Live as her brother. Her sister, Nicholle Tom, played Maggie Sheffield on the sitcom The Nanny.
Tom is a vocal supporter of reproductive rights for women, and helped found a group for daytime actors, "Daytime for Choice" who are members of Planned Parenthood. In July 2005 Tom penned an op-ed in Soap Opera Digest criticizing Days of Our Lives for a storyline in which an abortion caused a young woman to develop a fertility-destroying infection.