Soap Opera Star Erika Slezak Mourns Tragic Loss of Daughter Amanda Davies at 42

New York, NY – Soap opera actress Erika Slezak is currently facing a tragic loss as her daughter, Amanda Davies, has passed away at the age of 42, her representative has confirmed.

The family is keeping details surrounding Amanda’s passing private at this time. However, Slezak’s official fan website released a statement expressing the family’s deep sorrow and requesting privacy during this difficult time.

Amanda Davies was known for her portrayal of a teenage version of her mother’s character, Victoria “Viki” Lord, in flashback scenes on “One Life to Live” in the early 2000s. She also had acting credits in a short film titled “The Gift” in 2011, as listed on IMDb.

Amanda’s father is Brian Davies, an actor known for his work in films such as “Convoy” and “The Age of Innocence.” Brian Davies and Erika Slezak have a son, Michael Davies, in addition to their late daughter Amanda.

The sudden loss of Amanda Davies is undoubtedly a difficult time for the family, and their request for privacy is understandable as they navigate this heartbreaking situation. The entertainment industry is also mourning the loss of a talented actress who contributed to the success of “One Life to Live.”

Despite the tragedy, the family will receive an outpouring of support from fans, friends, and colleagues during this challenging time. Erika Slezak and her family will surely cherish the memories of Amanda and find comfort in knowing that she left a lasting impact on those who knew her.