Full detailed profile on Tabitha Lenox Played by Juliet Mills on Passions Daytime Soap Opera.
Actor: Juliet Mills
Who played Tabitha Lenox over the years
Juliet Mills (July 6, 1999 - present)
Useful information on Tabitha Lenox
* Is the original witch of Harmony.
Current: Harmony's Resident Witch
Tabitha is the resident witch (literally) of Harmony and is over three hundred years old. In the 1600�s she was burned at the stake by ancestors of Grace, Ivy and Julian. Tabitha spent years trying to keep the Standish women from fully developing their powers of good, but was stripped of her own powers when she couldn't kill Charity - the most powerful Standish to ever live.
Tabitha had a best friend and confidant in her doll Timmy - that actually was alive. The two of them spent numerous hours plotting and drinking 'MarTimmies'. One night after having a few too many 'MarTimmies', Tabitha and Julian Crane had sex. She was totally shocked to realize that she was pregnant. Lately her time has been spent trying to teach Kay some magic spells and attempting to keep her daughter Endora in line. Endora has powers of her own that Tabitha cannot control.
Darin Lenox (father)
Samantha Lenox (mother)
Endora Lenox (daughter with Julian)
Kay zaps Father Lonigan to the church and tells him she needs him to baptize Tabitha. He says, “There’s no way in Hell I will ever baptize that witch.” He admits Alistair told him that Tabitha is a witch and he has known for years. He thought he could fight her evil better if she never knew that he knew. Everyone tries to convince him to baptize Tabby or else they will all be dead before dawn. Father Lonigan thinks everyone is trying to trick him and Tabitha lashes out at Father Lonigan. He wonders how she could have been allowed in a church without bursting into flames. Esme fills him in on how Tabitha gave up her powers and Tabitha continues her tirade against the Father. Tabitha asks Endora to zap them out of there so they can leave these mortals to die because it’s what they deserve and she storms out of the room.
Kay stops Tabitha and urges her to stay and get baptized because it’s what Timmy said would save Harmony. Tabitha isn’t questioning Timmy’s honesty, she’s just disgusted with Father Lonigan's holier than thou attitude. Lonigan backs down and says he had no idea she had embraced goodness and sacrificed her powers to save others. He apologizes for judging her and Tabitha accepts. He says he will need to hear Tabitha’s confession before he can baptize her. Tabitha thinks that could take awhile.
The volcano starts to erupt and everyone urges the Father to move this process along and he says he needs to hear Tabitha’s confession and then he’ll happily baptize her. Tabitha says it will take some time and Endora says she’ll put her on fast-forward to save time. After Tabitha’s confession, steam comes out of Father Lonigan’s ears, but he proceeds with the baptism.
The crowd from the basement joins those in the church and they catch everyone up on what just happened with Theresa, Ethan and Juanita. Julian and Eve then reciprocate and explain about the volcano and the lava. The earth starts to shake again and Father Lonigan and Tabitha stand around the holy water, but they are having a hard time because the dark side is trying to prevent her from becoming baptized. Julian asks Endora to use her magic to help things and Endora zaps the bowl of holy water. The shaking stops and Father Lonigan baptizes Tabitha, but the volcano erupts again. Miguel says it didn’t work and Kay thinks the good side just needs some time to prevail over centuries of evil. Everyone is confused and Esme explains how Tabitha is a witch and gave up her powers for the good of the town. Esme tells everyone that Endora and Kay are witches too and Sam is shocked. Kay explains that all the Standish women have powers. They all listen to the volcano as it quiets down and Julian says Timmy was right, baptizing Tabitha saved their lives. Suddenly a bright light shines on everyone and they all stand with arms raised up to it. Tabitha cries and tells Endora that she’s truly happy for the first time in all her lifetimes because she knows what it is to feel happiness born of God’s love. Endora says she’ll live an eternal life like Timmy. Tabitha thanks Timmy because there was forgiveness for her after all and she will dwell in the house of the Lord forever. Tabitha says there is only good magic in Harmony now – no more evil or demons. Sam asks, “What about the Cranes?” Julian responds that his father is dead and from now on Crane Industries will only do good things. Ivy says, “Redemption or not; I really need a drink!” Esme is way ahead of her with a bottle of pills and champagne.
Upstairs, Tabitha laughs after Kay tells her that she was just in Heaven. Kay's not sure why they let her in, but it was beautiful. Eve's having a hard time dealing with this: "First everyone goes to Hell and then everybody goes to Heaven... who is your travel agent?" Tabs just wants to hear about Timmy but the thought is interrupted when baby Endora suddenly appears. She tells her mother that Timmy told her how to stop the disaster. Eve wants to drink the sacrificial wine. Julian tells her to stop; life may be strange, but they can face anything as long as they're together. Kay explains that Tabitha needs to do something to save Harmony. Endora bursts out laughing. A drunken Esme stumbles in looking for the weddings. She wonders where the priest is; she needs to make a confession again - she was down at the wharf when the fishing boats came in and she became the catch of the day. She strolls out, saying that she saw lava running down the street outside.
Back upstairs, Kay kneels down and tells Tabitha that she has to be baptized. "Let some decrepit old priest pour water on my head and consecrate my life to the wrong side? No, not me!" Tabs snaps. Kay tells her that God is the right side. "Not where I come from," Tabs insists. There's no way she's doing this. The last time she had anything to do with a baptism, John the Baptist's head ended up on a platter. Kay and Endora beg her to save the town. She refuses. Miguel reminds her that the magma is outside the church. She still refuses; she's always been a Dark Side witch. Julian reminds her she's not a witch anymore. Tabitha still refuses to betray the Dark Side. Julian tells her to give something to the town. She continues to refuse. Kay tells her that being baptized is actually a gift. Tabitha doesn't follow. Miguel explains that it means eternal life. Tabs had that before she gave up her powers. Kay says this isn't the witch version of eternal life where you're condemned to spending centuries doing evil. "Some of us like that sort of thing," Tabs points out.
Meanwhile, Kay makes the pitch for Heaven again but Tabitha doesn't like all the singing and dancing or the wings. Kay reminds her that Timmy is there and may never see her again if she doesn't do this. Tabitha misses the boy, but she'd have to die to see him. Miguel explains what eternal life means but Tabs thinks they all just want to save themselves. Eve argues that if Julian can change and use the Crane empire for good, she can be good too. Tabitha wants to stay evil. Kay tells her she stopped being evil when Timmy came into her life. "I wallowed in love but it's wrong," Tabitha insists. Kay has never met another witch who has friends and makes sacrifices for her neighbors. Tabs is tired of being bullied and insists she doesn't have a heart. Endora conjures up a device so that she can hear her heart beat. She's baffled; she doesn't have a heart, she repeats. Kay says that love has made her human. Everyone continues prodding her to be baptized. This is Endora's dream, the only way she and her mother can be together forever. Looking in her little girl's eyes, Tabs finally agrees to do it for her. Everyone except Tabitha is relieved. Kay tries to zap up Father Lonigan to perform the ritual but gets Esme instead.