Addie Horton

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Addie Williams
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Patricia Barry as Addie Williams
Days of our Lives character
Portrayed by Patricia Huston (1965–66)
Patricia Barry (1971–74)
Duration 1965–66, 1971–74
First appearance November 10, 1965
Last appearance December 18, 1974
Created by Peggy Phillips
Kenneth Rosen
Introduced by Ted Corday
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Housewife

Adelaide "Addie" Williams (née Horton, previously Olson) is a fictional character on the television soap opera Days of Our Lives. The role has been portrayed by actresses Patricia Huston November 10, 1965 to March 9, 1966 and Patricia Barry from April 19, 1971 to June 28, 1974. Barry reprised her role as Addie for one episode on December 18, 1974.

Character's background[edit]

Addie Williams was the daughter of Tom and Alice Horton. She had four other siblings. Her fraternal twin brother, Tommy; and Mickey, Bill and Marie Horton. She was first married to wealthy banker Ben Olson and had two children with him, Steve and Julie Williams. Ben later died and Addie was free to date, later becoming engaged and later becoming married to her lover, Douglas "Doug" Williams.

Once Addie married Doug she soon discovered that she was ill with Leukumia and that she was pregnant. Despite her doctors warnings she decided to keep her baby and let the cancer take its course instead of fighting it and harming the baby.

Addie soon gave birth to her and Doug's first and only child together, a baby girl named Hope. Soon afterwards though Addie was deathly ill and soon realized that she wouldn't live long. So as she was taking a walk one day with her daughter, a car spun out towards them. Addie pushed her daughter's stroller to safety and let the car hit her so her daughter would survive, while Addie was instantly killed.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "100 Greatest Days of our Lives characters". hourglass.weebly.com. Nov 9, 2010. Archived from the original on 7 July 2010. Retrieved 2010-06-28. 

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