The One Life to Live executive producer, Frank Valentini, grieved the loss of Amanda Elizabeth Davies, who was the daughter of star Erika Slezak.
During an exclusive interview with PEOPLE magazine, Valentini shared that he is deeply saddened by the sudden death of Davies and extended his condolences to her family.
The 61-year-old producer told, “I had the great pleasure of watching Amanda Slezak grow up during my tenure at One Life to Live and know that Erika’s role as ‘mom’ was her most important.”
“I am so saddened to hear of her tremendous loss. My heart goes out to my dear friend, her family, and their friends during this difficult time,” he added.
Amanda Elizabeth Davies death:
Erika Slezak's daughter, Amanda Elizabeth Davies died at the age of 42 who was 42 years old, has passed away.
The announcement was made on Slezak's website, “It is with great sadness that I share the news of the passing of Erika's daughter Amanda Elizabeth Davies who died very suddenly. The family is heartbroken and would appreciate privacy at this time.”
Later, a representative for The Story of Soaps actress confirmed the news to the outlet.
Davies played the young version of her mom's character, Victoria Viki Lord, on the long-running TV show One Life to Live.
She started appearing on the show in 2003, mainly in flashback scenes.
Davies belonged to a family with a strong Hollywood background. Her dad, Brian Davies, acted in movies like American Gigolo and Convoy.
Moreover, her grandfather, the late Walter Slezak, won a Tony award and even appeared on One Life to Live in 1976.
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