July 4, 1960 |
Signy Coleman (born July 4, 1960), sometimes credited as Signey Coleman, is an American actress.
Coleman was born in Ross, California. She grew up in Bolinas, California, and attended Tamalpais High School in Mill Valley. She has three siblings: two older sisters, Bethany and Tiffany, and one older brother, Jeffrey.
She was a contract regular on soap opera The Young and the Restless as the blind heroine Hope Adams (1993–1997, 2000–2002, 2008, 2010 (briefly). Her character died in February 2008 of cancer. She also starred on Guiding Light as Annie Dutton (aka Teri DeMarco #2) (1998–1999; 2003).
Coleman's prime time roles include appearances on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Human Target, The Steven Banks Show, Jake and the Fatman, Silk Stalkings, Doors, Dark Justice, The Flash and The X-Files. She has appeared in such films as Relentless III, Indecent Proposal and 20 Dates.
Coleman was married for three years to actor Vincent Irizarry (married 1989 - divorced 1992), by whom she has a daughter, Siena Sophia Irizarry. She also has a daughter by her second husband, Thomas Nolan (married 1999 - divorced 2004).
- Law & Order.... Criminal Intent....Joyce Wizneski (2006)
- The Division ....Alicia Ray (2004)
- Law & Order.... Special Victims Unit....Kim Hoffman (2003)
- Players .... Mrs. Parker (1998)
- Chicago Hope....Dr. Susan Skinner (1998)
- Mike Hammer, Private Eye....Lucinda Kasher (1998)
- Guiding Light.... Annie Dutton (1998–1999, 2002–2003)
- The X-Files .... Susanne Modeski (1997, 1999)
- The Young and the Restless .... Hope Adams (1993–1997, 2000–2002, 2008, 2010)
- Human Target .... Libby Page (1992)
- Santa Barbara .... Celeste DiNapoli (1988–1989)
- River Ridge .... Sharon Reeves (2012)
- Viper ....Sylvia Ehrengraff in the episode Thief of Hearts (1994)
- The Flash ....Stasia Masters in the episode 19-Done with Mirrors (1991)
- "Soap lauded for ongoing attention to social themes". Los Angeles Daily News. October 21, 1991. Retrieved February 1, 2010.
She'll appear opposite another ex-daytime star, Rick Springfield (who played Dr. Noah Drake on "GH" a decade ago), in the ABC mid-season replacement series "The Human Target."
- Grahnke, Lon (July 20, 1992). "As Action Hero, Rick Springfield Misses 'Target'". Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved February 1, 2010.