Jaime Lyn Bauer

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Jaime Lyn Bauer
Born Norma Marvhne Bauer
(1949-03-09) March 9, 1949 (age 68)
Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1973–2013, 2016
Spouse(s) Jeremy Swan

Jaime Lyn Bauer (born Norma Marvhne Bauer on March 9, 1949 in Phoenix, Arizona) is an American soap opera actress.

The one time Miss Phoenix beauty contest winner is best known for her two long-running soap roles: Lorie Brooks on The Young and the Restless, which she played from 1973 to 1982 with reprises in 1984 and 2002, and Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on Days of Our Lives.[1] The character of Laura, previously played by Susan Flannery and Rosemary Forsyth (among others), had not been seen in 13 years. She played Laura from 1993 to 1999 with reprises in 2003, 2010 and 2013.[2][3]

In 1983, she had a role in the short-lived NBC prime time soap opera Bare Essence.

Jaime has appeared in the motion pictures, Centerfold Girls and Young Doctors in Love, and in the TV films The Girl Who Came Gift Wrapped, The Chinese Typewriter, Mysterious Island of Beautiful Women, Where the Hell's That Gold? and Pray TV. In addition, she appeared in the TV mini-series, Secrets.

Jaime has guest starred on numerous primetime TV shows, including The Rookies, S.W.A.T., The F.B.I., Bronk, Baretta, Kate McShane, CHiPS, Time Express, Lottery, Mike Hammer, The Young Riders, Fantasy Island, The Love Boat, Hotel and Knots Landing. As herself, Bauer has performed twice on Circus of the Stars, made six guest appearances on Match Game, guested on Soap Talk and in the CBS primetime special, 50 Years of Soaps: An All-Star Celebration.

In addition to being on the cover of Playboy in February 1970, she was to appear again in January 1982, in "The Women of the Soaps: The Bad and the Beautiful."

On June 14, 2010, and also on April 10, 2013 Jamie returned briefly to the role of Laura Spencer Horton on Days of Our Lives. Bauer is slated to return to Days of Our Lives as Laura Horton for three episodes in September 2016.

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  1. ^ James Brown, "2 SOAP STARS GRADUATE TO PRIME TIME JAMES BROWN", Los Angeles Times, Jan 29, 1983, page E1.
  2. ^ Lynda Hirsch, "JAIME LYN BAUER FILLS A NEED WITH RETURN TO FULL-TIME ACTING", Orlando Sentinel, April 18, 1994, D.4
  3. ^ People Magazine

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