Full detailed profile on Lucy Coe Played by Lynn Herring on General Hospital Daytime Soap Opera.
Actor: Lynn Herring
Who played Lucy Coe over the years
Lynn Herring (April 11, 1986 - present)
Useful information on Lucy Coe
* Posed as a librarian to drive Terry Brock insane.
Current: Spa co-founder.
Past: Co-CEO of ELQ
Past: Founder and CEO of CoeCoe Cosmetics
Past: ELQ Shareholder
Past: CEO of Jax Cosmetics
Past: Vampire Slayer
Past: CEO of Deception Cosmetics
Past: Head of child care center at General Hospital
Lucy Coe arrived in Port Charles in 1986 as a librarian involved with Kevin O'Connor. She later had an affair with Bobbie Spencer's then-husband Jake Meyer, then married Tony Jones. After Tony, she married Alan Quartermaine wearing a red dress. While married to Alan, she had an affair with Scott Baldwin, but ended up leaving town with Greg Bennett.
When she returned to town, Scott had fallen in love with Dominique Taub who was dying from brain cancer. Lucy agreed to be the surrogate mother for their child and gave birth to Serena. She then met psychiatrist Kevin Collins and they found love. She was briefly married to Rex Stanton in order to keep an eye on Serena but stood by Kevin during his mental breakdown and afterwards the couple planned to marry until she indirectly caused Serena’s blindness.
In time, Lucy and Kevin found their way back to one another, even battling vampires together. Lucy left Port Charles for several years but returned when Felix DuBois and Sabrina Santiago asked her to underwrite the Nurses’ Ball. Her funds were frozen but Lucy learned her ELQ voting share was valuable in a battle for power between Tracy and A.J. Quartermaine. Right after Lucy was named Co-CEO of ELQ she stabbed John McBain, thinking he was a vampire. Lucy maintained that John was Caleb even after crimes were committed while John was in jail. Later, John and Lucy were able to saved Sam from Caleb and she put an end to her slaying days.
She officiated the wedding between Mac Scorpio and Felicia Jones Scorpio at The Floating Rib.
Decker Moss (cousin)
Rafe Kovich (cousin)
Charlene Simpson (aunt)
Colton Shore (cousin)
Serena Baldwin (surrogate mother)
Christina Baldwin (daughter via adoption)
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In a flashback at the docks, Felicia, her friends and family post her first campaign poster for mayor. In the present, Duke and Lucy look at the poster and think about how hopeful they all were back then. Duke and Lucy lament about the loves they’ve since lost.
Back at Metro Court, Anna prepares to leave when Duke and Lucy arrive. Duke and Sloane have words. Sloane gets a call that the box has been recovered and returned to city hall, so he leaves. Later Anna confronts Duke about his two employees dumping the box into the river. Duke claims innocence and tells Anna she has no proof. Anna marches off and Lucy apologizes to Duke as she stole the box in the first place. Lucy flashes back to stealing the box at the courthouse. The race was being contested over one district that Mayor Lomax felt she was a shoe-in to win, but the ballots had Felicia’s name misprinted on them. Lucy was given the box as she was on the election committee, so she stole it after Mayor Lomax promised to throw her friend Duke in jail. In the present, both Duke and Lucy promise not to sell each other out if it comes to it.
At Metro Court, the partygoers all count down to 2015. Balloons and glitter drop at midnight and several people kiss. Duke plants a kiss on an unsuspecting Lucy, while Sloane gives Anna a kiss. Carly pulls an upset Jake into a kiss behind the bar. Olivia and Julian kiss, but she quickly pushes him off and tells him that shouldn’t have happened. Ned approaches them and asks Olivia what she is doing with this scum. Olivia says the person she wanted to be with is spending the night with someone else. Meanwhile Alexis tells Julian that it’s pretty low for him to kiss Olivia to get back at her, but Julian says that’s not why he did it. Ned and Alexis leave together. Elsewhere, Anna is shocked by Sloane’s kiss. Sloane says he kept her from looking like a loser to her ex. She reminds him that his date left with a prince, so he’s the loser. The two end up quarreling. Sloane promises Anna that he will bring her to justice. He tells her that he enjoyed the dance and kiss, and then he walks off. Noticing Duke and Lucy have vanished, Anna asks Olivia for Sloane’s room number. Olivia gives it to her, but later isn’t sure she got the right room. Meanwhile Liz decides to head home, but Ric invites her up to his room. As they are heading out, Carly confronts them and specifically Liz for going back to Ric. Ric and Carly start to fight, but Ric stops it and whisks Liz away. Carly tells Jake about her history with Ric and how he’s not a good guy. Carly says Elizabeth chooses to turn a blind eye to what Ric has done. Jake switches the subject to Jason, so Carly tells him about their friendship. Later Carly offers Jake a free room at the hotel until he figures out his next move. Elsewhere at the party, Patrick and Sam share many kisses. Sam invites Patrick to spend the night with her. As they are about to leave together both of their phones ring. Their kids are having issues, so they have to postpone their plans. Ric and Elizabeth head to his room at Metro Court and quickly end up in bed. Anna begins banging on the door demanding they open up. Ric answers, she was expecting to find Sloane. She apologizes to them and leaves. Later Liz gives Ric talk about their past and Ric brings up their marriages. Ric says the third time is the charm as people say. Ned and Alexis end up in their own hotel room at the Metro Court. The two talk about Julian and Olivia and their feelings for them. Ned is sure he wants Alexis, but feels she’s not ready. She however tells him that she wants him and pulls him into a kiss. Julian and Olivia end up in a hotel room as well, but only end up playing a game of cards on the bed. Olivia continues to rant about Ned and Alexis. Julian wonders why they aren’t doing something else given Alexis and Ned are in their own room. The two end up kissing, which leads to them ripping each other's clothes off. Anna knocks on another door and a shirtless Sloane answers. Anna barges in and tells Sloane that he may think poorly of her, but he has no idea what she went through thanks to Faison. Sloane says that doesn’t mean what she did was right. Anna says it was, Faison is no longer obsessed with her because he no longer sees her as a challenge. They continue to argue and Sloane calls her out and says she’s fighting with him only to avoid what is going on with Duke. Anna says this is not about Duke and she ends up storming out of his room.