Deidre Hall

Deidre Hall, featured on a Soap Opera Digest cover, dated February 3, 2004.

Deidre Hall (born October 31, 1947) is an actress who is best known for her portrayal of Dr. Marlena Evans on the American soap opera Days of Our Lives. She played the role originally from 1976 to 1987, and returned to the show in 1991. She is the twin sister of former actress Andrea Hall, who portrayed Samantha Evans on the serial from 1977 to 1982.

Marlena has been at the center of many of the show's most controversial storylines. A serial killer seemed to have murdered Marlena in 1982, but a fan uproar caused the producers to reveal that Marlena's twin sister Samantha had actually died. In 1995, Marlena was possessed by the devil and had to be exorcised. In 2004, it was revealed that Marlena was Salem's latest serial killer, only for the show to later reveal that the murders were hoaxes.

Hall's first big role was as the superhero Electra Woman in the 1976 series Electra Woman and Dyna Girl. She also portrayed Jessica Witherspoon on the nighttime drama Our House from 1986 to 1988.

Deidre Hall is married to network executive Steve Sohmer. Hall and Sohmer became parents via surrogacy, and the conception of their first child was chronicled in the autobiographical TV-movie Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story. Hall played herself in the movie.


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Hall played herself in the movie.
. Hall and Sohmer became parents via surrogacy, and the conception of their first child was chronicled in the autobiographical TV-movie Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story.  
 
 
 
. Deidre Hall is married to network executive Steve Sohmer. Her daughter, Eva Green, by Swedish dentist Walter Green, is also an actress. She also portrayed Jessica Witherspoon on the nighttime drama Our House from 1986 to 1988. of Mozart, Chopin, and Tchaikovsky.

Hall's first big role was as the superhero Electra Woman in the 1976 series Electra Woman and Dyna Girl. She also has written a series of books which cautiously lead on to the appreciation of classical music, e.g. In 2004, it was revealed that Marlena was Salem's latest serial killer, only for the show to later reveal that the murders were hoaxes. She was born in Algiers, Algeria. Besides acting, she has been the author and/or narrator of (mainly children's) audio books. In 1995, Marlena was possessed by the devil and had to be exorcised. Marlène Jobert (born November 4, 1943) is an actress and author. A serial killer seemed to have murdered Marlena in 1982, but a fan uproar caused the producers to reveal that Marlena's twin sister Samantha had actually died. Marlène Jobert on IMDb (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0423381/).

Marlena has been at the center of many of the show's most controversial storylines. The Scoundrel / Les Maries de l'An 2 (1984)
with Jean-Paul Belmondo, Laura Antonelli.
Director: Jean-Paul Rappeneau. She is the twin sister of former actress Andrea Hall, who portrayed Samantha Evans on the serial from 1977 to 1982. Effraction (1983)
with Jacques Villeret, Bruno Cremer, Jean-Pierre Dravel.
Director: Daniel Duval. She played the role originally from 1976 to 1987, and returned to the show in 1991. La Guerre des Polices / The Police War (1979)
with Claude Brasseur, Claude Rich, Jean-François Stévenin.
Director: Robin Davis. Marlena Evans on the American soap opera Days of Our Lives. Your Turn, My Turn (1978).

Deidre Hall (born October 31, 1947) is an actress who is best known for her portrayal of Dr. Folle à Tuer (1975)
with Tomas Milian, Thomas Waintrop.
Director: Yves Boisset. Pas si Méchant que ça / The Wonderful Crook (1974)
with Gérard Depardieu.
Director: Claude Goretta. Le Secret / The Secret (1974)
with Jean-Louis Trintignant, Philippe Noiret.
Director: Robert Enrico. La Décade Prodigieuse / Ten Days' Wonder (1972)
with Orson Welles, Anthony Perkins.
Director: Claude Chabrol.

Nous Ne Vieillirons Pas Ensemble (1972)
with Jean Yanne.
Director: Maurice Pialat. Catch Me A Spy (1971)
with Kirk Douglas, Trevor Howard.
Director: Dick Clement. Rider On The Rain / Le Passager de la Pluie (1970)
with Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland.
Director: René Clément. Dernier Domicile Connu (1969)
with Lino Ventura.
Director: José Giovanni.

Alexandre le Bienheureux / Very Happy Alexander (1967)
with Philippe Noiret, Françoise Brion.
Director: Yves Robert. Masculin - Féminin (1966)
with Jean-Pierre Leaud, Chantal Goya.
Director: Jean-Luc Godard.

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