More Cynthia Watros Bios & Profiles
Biography #2Cynthia Watros, Guiding Light's scene-stealing Annie Dutton, began playing the role in November 1994.
Cynthia attended Macomb Community College (Macomb County, Michigan), where a teacher interested her in theater. Later, she received a BFA from Boston University's School of Fine Arts, where she performed in many productions such as Death and the Maiden, The Heidi Chronicles, and Les Liasions Dangereuses.
Off-Broadway, Cynthia has appeared in Four Dogs and a Bone (along with Kim Zimmer, who plays her on-screen enemy, Reva), and Standing By. She has guest-starred on the primetime/ television series Spin City and New York Undercover, and had roles in the films Cafe Society and His & Hers.
Cynthia currently stars in the new Fox series Titus, which premiered March 20.
The blond-haired, green-eyed actress enjoys skiing and dancing during her time off of the set. She is married to restaurateur Curt Gilliland. Cynthia was born and raised, alongside older brother Steven, in Lake Orion, Michigan, where her father, Bruce, is an electrical engineer, and her mother, Nancy Salvador, is a legal secretary. Her birth date is September 2, 1968.