Audrey Coleman
Lynn Herring
Lynn Herring as Audrey Coleman
As the World Turns
Portrayed by: Lynn Herring
Duration: 2009
First appearance: July 24, 2009
Last appearance: October 27, 2009
Cause/reason: Left town
Created by: Jean Passanante
Leah Laiman
Gender: Female
Occupation: Unknown
Residence: Unknown
Parents: Unknown man
(father, deceased)
Unknown woman
(mother, deceased)
Siblings: None/unknown
Marital status: Single
Past marriage(s): Unknown man
(divorced) [pre-2009]
Children: Henry Coleman
(son, with James)
Bernadette Coleman
(daughter, with Unknown man)
Eve Coleman
(daughter, with Unknown man)
Unnamed child
(daughter, with Unknown man)
Unnamed child
(daughter, with Unknown man)
Unnamed child
(daughter, with Unknown man)
Madeline "Maddie" Coleman
(daughter, with Unknown man)
Grandchildren: Sven Coleman
(grandson, via Henry, deceased)
Romances: James Stenbeck
(affair/lovers, deceased)

Audrey Coleman is a fictional character on the CBS daytime soap opera As the World Turns.

Actress History:Edit

  • Lynn Herring (07/2009-10/2009)

Character History:Edit

The mother of at least eight children, has been absent for most of their lives while she traveled the world gambling. She returned to Oakdale to run a scam with her former lover James Stenbeck. In the end, she double crossed him and killed him. During this time, it was revealed that Henry was actually James' son. This led to a battle over the Stenbeck fortune with Henry. She brought in an old mafia friend, Ralph Manzo, and offered to help wash his money for him. Things soured between he and Henry when Paul kept fighting with them. This eventually led to Ralph and Henry battling it out. When Katie attempted to rescue Henry, Brad ended up getting caught in the crossfire and killed. Barbara went back on the run.

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