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Victoria Rowell (born May 10, 1959) is an American actress and dancer. Victoria Rowell is best known for her portrayal of Drucilla Winters on the CBS daytime drama The Young and the Restless, and medical examiner/pathologist Dr. Amanda Bentley on the CBS drama Diagnosis: Murder. From 1993 to 2000, Victoria Rowell appeared on both series simultaneously.
Rowell's departure from Y&R in April 2007 generated some media coverage and controversy. Rowell expressed her anger about routine backstage politics at the show, and in particular, how she perceived those events impacted her and prevented her from being nominated for a Daytime Emmy. Sony Pictures Television, which produces Y&R, ordered then-Head Writer Lynn Marie Latham to kill off Drucilla Barber Winters. Rowell herself said a few months prior to her exit (and before it was revealed that her character would be killed) that she quit Y&R because she had asked to be allowed to write for the show and was turned down.
Rowell was hired as a guest star to appear on Noah's Arc, a TV series about four gay black men living in Los Angeles. She appeared in Season Two as "Vonda," who is having an affair with a woman while married to her husband.
Rowell has also made appearances in several feature films, including The Distinguished Gentleman, Dumb & Dumber, Barb Wire, Eve's Bayou and Home of the Brave (in 2007).
In spring 2009, Rowell signed a six-figure deal with Atria Books for a book about the world of daytime TV. Rowell is currently on a national tour for her newest book, "Secrets Of A Soap Opera Diva", which some say is a thinly veiled look into her own life on Y&R.
She has been cast in a leading role on the CBS television pilot Peachtree Lines, a dramatic examination of political, social, and cultural issues in Atlanta. Also starring Treat Williams, Ving Rhames, James Van Der Beek, Jason Dohring, and Jena Malone.
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