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Kim Johnston Ulrich (born March 24, 1955 in Ripon, California) is an American actress. She currently plays Ivy Winthrop on NBC`s daytime drama Passions, a role that she originated in 1999. She has been married to casting director Robert J. Ulrich since 1981 and has two children with him.
In 1990, Ulrich appeared on the TV series Wings as Carol, Brians ex-wife.
Kim plays Ivy Winthrop Crane, the ex-wife of Julian Crane. Ivy longs to rekindle the magical love that she once has wit the Chief of Police, Sam Bennett. (Visit their history fo more) She is best known for her role of Diana McCall on "As The World Turns", a role she played for over two years. Her other TV credits include Allison Yates on "Nightengales", Mark Harmon`s love intrest on the series "Reasonable Doubts". Kim has also made guest apperences on "3rd Rock From The Sun", "Smart Guy", "Seventh Heaven", "Moloney", "Murder One", "Matlock" ,"Diagnosis Murder" and "Cheers".
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Kim Johnston Ulrich (born March 24, 1955) is an American actress. From 1983 to 1986, Ulrich played the role of Diana McColl on As the World Turns. In 1988, she guest-starred in two episodes of Werewolf. In 1990, Ulrich appeared on the TV series Wings as Carol, Brian's ex-wife. She appeared in a third season episode of Highlander: The Series in 1995. She played the role of Ivy Winthrop Crane on NBC's daytime drama Passions from 1999 to 2008. In 2010 and 2011, she played the role of Doctor Visyak on The CW television series Supernatural in the following episodes: 6x12 - "Like a Virgin", 6x21 - "Let It Bleed", 6x22 "The Man Who Knew Too Much".
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