Beth Albright

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Born (1963-05-01) May 1, 1963 (age 58)
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
NationalityAmerican
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Alma materUniversity of Alabama
Occupation
  • Author
  • Actor
  • Broadcaster
Known forThe Sassy Belles, Days of Our Lives
Websitewww.bethalbrightbooks.com

Beth Albright (born May 1, 1963) is an American novelist, actor and broadcaster. Albright is the author of 11 novels including 'The Sassy Belles' series, published by Harlequin/Mira. She also played a principal character on the NBC soap opera Days of Our Lives and was a radio talk show host. [1]

Early life and education

Albright was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Her father was killed in a car accident when she was four years old, leaving her 25-year-old mother a young widow with two children. Albright graduated from The University of Alabama in 1985 with a degree in Journalism and a minor in politics.[2]

Early career

Albright began her career in talk radio, hosting her own show at the age of 23. She hosted The Beth Albright Show at numerous radio stations around the country. In 1990, she later moved to Los Angeles and landed a recurring principal role as Mandy Cox on the NBC soap opera Days of Our Lives[3].[4]

Writing Career

In 2013, Albright signed a three book deal with Harlequin/Mira (a division of Harper Collins Publishing). Her books revolve around a tight-knit group of southern women. 'The Sassy Belles', 'Wedding Belles' and 'Sleigh Belles' were met with critical and professional success.Her books were featured in USA Today and 'The Sassy Belles' was listed as a top pick in the 2013 Deep South Magazine Summer Reading List. Albright continues to write novels and teach acting. She owns The Cedarburg Children's Theater in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. She produces, writes and directs full length productions for children. She is an active member of the Screen Actor's Guild/American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and Women in Film.

Books

  • The Sassy Belles (2013)[5]
  • Wedding Belles (2013)[6]
  • Sleigh Belles (2013)[7]
  • Saved By The Belles (2014)[8]
  • 'Magic In Dixie (2014)[9]
  • Christmas In Dixie (2014)[10]
  • Daydreams In Dixie (2015)[11]
  • Southern Exposure: Tales from My Front Porch, (2015)[12]
  • Stardust In Dixie (2016)[13]
  • A Christmas Wedding In Dixie (2016)[14]

References

  1. Beth Albright. "HarperCollins Authors". Harper Collins Publishers. Harper Collins Publishing.
  2. Albright, Beth. "Tuscaloosa News".
  3. "Author Beth Albright". Fresh Fiction for Today's Writer. Fresh Fiction.
  4. Albright, Beth. "Beth Albright: About the Author". Amazon.
  5. Albright, Beth (2013). The Sassy Belles. USA: Harlequin Mira. ISBN 978-0-7783-1528-5.
  6. Albright, Beth (2013). Wedding Belles. USA: Harlequin Mira. ISBN 978-0-7783-1529-2.
  7. Albright, Beth (2013). Sleigh Belles. Harlequin Mira. ISBN 978-0-7783-1530-8.
  8. Albright, Beth (2014). Saved By The Belles. USA: Magnolia Press. ISBN 9780991369812.
  9. Albright, Beth (2014). Magic In Dixie. USA: Magnolia Press. ISBN 9780991369829.
  10. Albright, Beth (2014). Christmas in Dixie. USA: Magnolia Press. ISBN 9780991369836.
  11. Albright, Beth (2015). Daydreams In Dixie. USA: Magnolia Press. ISBN 9781512126679.
  12. Albright, Beth (2015). Southern Exposure. USA: Magnolia Press. ISBN 9780991369881.
  13. Albright, Beth (2016). Stardust in Dixie. USA: Magnolia Press. ISBN 97809913698-5-0.
  14. Albright, Beth (2016). A Christmas Wedding in Dixie. USA: Magnolia Press. ISBN 9780991369867.

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