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Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson


Elizabeth Hendrickson returned to THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS as “Chloe Mitchell” in June 2019. She originated the role in February 2008. 

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in acting at an early age.  Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications, Hendrickson landed roles on such shows as “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Medium,” “Cold Case,” “CSI: Miami” and “Criminal Minds.”

Hendrickson is a four-time Daytime Emmy nominee for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her work on Y&R. She was nominated in 2012, 2014, 2015, and 2018. 

Hendrickson’s first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on “All My Children.”  Her role as Maggie Stone, the character’s identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status as part of daytime television’s first same-sex super-couple and garnered her critical acclaim. 

Hendrickson was a regular on the web series “Imaginary Bitches” with Eden Riegel which was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in 2009. Recent Guest Stars include “NCIS: New Orleans”, “Major Crimes” and a recurring role on the Hulu comedy “Casual”. 

From March 2018 to June 2019, she appeared on “General Hospital” as District Attorney Margaux Dawson.

Elizabeth is a co-owner of the successful salon, “Ellie and Sass” located in Venice, California.

She and her husband Rob Meder are the proud parents of their daughter, Josephine James (JJ) 

and their adorable pup, Twiggy.

Her birthday is July 3. Follow her on Instagram @e.c.hendrickson and on Twitter: @Theehendrickson