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Date of Birth: 1 June 1956
Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California, USA
Height: 5' 7" (1.70 m)
Robin Mattson (born June 1, 1956 in Los Angeles) is an American soap opera actress.
Mattson was typically cast in supporting, "villainess" type roles, as in her roles in Santa Barbara and General Hospital, where she played an immoral goldigger and a psychopath, in the respective shows. Mattson often played the role of an observing outsider, as in her roles on Santa Barbara, All My Children and As the World Turns, in which she wanted to regain relationships with her children and her sense of family.
Mattson's soap roles include:
- Hope Bauer on The Guiding Light (1976-1977)
- Heather Webber on General Hospital (1980-1983 and from June to December, 2004)
- Delia Reid on Ryan's Hope (1984)
- Gina Blake Lockridge on Santa Barbara (1985-1993)
- Janet Green on All My Children (1994-2000)
- Sugar (the brief role as Sheila's sidekick) on The Bold and the Beautiful in 2003
- Cheri Love on As the World Turns (2007)
Mattson acted in the romantic comedy film, The Last Guy on Earth (2006). She also played Francine Landon, mother of an American Muslim extremist, in "American Jihad", the 13th-season opener of television series Law & Order. Before her soap opera career, she was in the 1975 film Return to Macon County with Nick Nolte and Don Johnson.
- Mattson is a gourmet cook. She co-authored the cook book Soap Opera Café : The Skinny on Food from a Daytime Star.
- Mattson also had a significant role in the two-hour Dukes of Hazzard episode, "Carnival of Thrills", which aired at the beginning of season three in 1981. In it she played Bo Duke's love interest, "Diane" who was also the head of a traveling stunt-thrill show.
- Mattson starred in Namu, the Killer Whale at the age of 9.
In 2005, Mattson and former soccer player Werner Roth were engaged. The couple married in June 2006.
- Has blonde hair and blue eyes
- In 1997, she wrote her own cookbook: Soap Opera Cafe: the Skinny on Food From a Daytime Star. She dedicated it to the person who helped her realize she had a passion for cooking, her father, Paul Mattson.
- Daytime soap actress for nearly three decades, usually plays scheming blondes.
- Although she has appeared on numerous daytime soap operas and dramas, she has never created a role on any of them herself.
- When not performing, she enjoys skiing and ice skating as well as gardening and decorating.
- From June of 1996 until March of 1997, she had her own cooking show on the Lifetime network called The Main Ingredient.