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I certainly couldn't cast [Lucci] as a young, innocent, sweet little Irish girl. She's much more sophisticated – at least she gives that appearance.She was perfect to play Erica." After a meeting with a casting director, they promised to call her back in six months.At the time, soap operas featured mostly older casts.To add a contemporary feel to the show, Nixon focused on younger characters, while also mixing in older ones so as not to lose traditional viewers.
She has always been ahead of her time," Lucci said. I enjoyed playing her when she was a 15-year-old high school girl, the naughty girl in town, and I enjoy playing her now, when she's still the naughty girl, but she's broadened her area of operation to include the entire world." By the 1970s, characters were written with more depth, fitting into archetypes consisting of the young-and-vulnerable romantic heroine, the old-fashioned villain, the rival, the suffering antagonist, Mr.
The archetype is an assertive Cinderella who goes after material things.
This was a change from the heroines of the radio soap operas who waited to be rescued by men.
As the bitch goddess, Erica started out as "a conniving teenage vixen" and transformed into "the femme fatale incarnate." The characters in this category are outrageous, exaggerated, financially disadvantaged and determined to change that.
Other characters in this archetype are Lisa Grimaldi (As the World Turns), Rachel Davis (Another World) and Tracy Quartermaine (General Hospital).
One of hundreds of people they called back in, Lucci progressed on from each reading of the part until she received the role.