Full detailed profile on Leslie Michaelson Played by Angell Conwell on The Young and the Restless Daytime Soap Opera.
Actor: Angell Conwell
Who played Leslie Michaelson over the years
Angell Conwell (December 2 2010 - present)
Useful information on Leslie Michaelson
* Is a lawyer.
Current: Lawyer at Jabot
Past: Lawyer at Vance Abrams' firm
Leslie popped up in Genoa City a few times while working for Vance Abrams on Victor Newman's case, went on to be hired by other GC residents on occasion. Leslie represented both Adam and Sharon following Skye's death in Hawaii, and advised Sharon after she married Victor. Leslie was hired by Phyllis when she was up against Daisy, and again when she was accused of running down Christine and Paul.
Leslie went to work for Neil at Jabot Cosmetics after Jack put him at the helm, despite her concerns about working with someone she shared an attraction with - she had formerly had a bad experience in a work-related romance with someone named James Conrad who became controlling. She and Neil became romantically involved anyway. Her brother Tyler came to Genoa City and Neil also hired him. It soon became clear that Leslie and Tyler had some sort of past to hide. It later came out that they were from Milwaukee, not Detroit, and had in fact changed their identities (they were formerly Valerie and Davis Rogan) following the murder of their mother. It turns out Leslie had testified at her mother's murder trial against her abusive father, whom she saw standing over her mother's dead body. Leslie learned that Avery was trying to free her father, Gus, on the grounds that he was actually innocent. Leslie decided to join Avery and visit her father once she became worried that she might have been wrong about him being her mother's murderer.
Belinda Rogan (mother, deceased)
Gus Rogan (father)
Tyler Michaelson/Davis Rogan (brother)
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In court, Hilary takes the stand. ADA Mobley insists on a recess. Leslie whispers to Neil that Mobley's rattled. Devon approaches Hilary to question why Mobley seems worried. Her phone rings - it's Mobley, who confronts her about tricking him. She says it was about her helping her husband, who doesn't belong in prison. Mobley says if he recuses himself he'll be replaced; Christine won't stop. Hilary tells him not to recuse himself. Devon eavesdrops. Mobley and Hilary argue. Hilary warns if he recuses himself because he had sex with her, his career will be over. Nikki and Victor confer with Paul, who says the only thing that will bring Christine peace is a guilty verdict. Court reconvenes. Hilary is called to the stand, but Mobley approaches the bench and proposes a plea deal. Leslie and Neil agree to a deal for two years probation and community service. Paul hisses angrily at Mobley. Court is adjourned. Leslie marvels at the ADA. Victor offers Neil a position at Newman. Neil declines. Devon and Neil shake hands and embrace. Outside, Paul asks Victor if he's the reason Neil got away with murder. Victor denies it. Paul storms away. He confronts Mobley, who says there was no foul play. Paul thinks someone got to him. Mobley denies it. By the elevator, Devon tells Hilary he knows she made that happen. He realizes she used the ADA the same way she used him. Hilary blurts, "It's not the same." Hilary says it's different because she loved him; she still loves him.
At Crimson Lights, Leslie, Cane and Lily tell Neil he can go back to his life. Leslie asks Neil, alone, what's bothering him. He wonders what caused the ADA to flip. Leslie says it makes no difference and advises him to move on.
At the hospital, Dr. Shelby tells Avery and Joe that Joe's nervous system has severe damage - he will be transferred to a therapeutic clinic. Joe sneers that's to teach him to adapt to life in a wheelchair. Shelby exits. Joe tells Avery to go. In the corridor, Shelby compares notes with Leslie, who is preparing to go up against ADA Mobley. In Joe's room, he tells Avery he doesn't want her pity. Avery talks about options, but he hollers at her to leave. Dylan appears. Joe tells him to come in and claim his prize. "You win!" Joe keeps up the anger until Dylan takes Avery out. After, Shelby talks to a hostile Joe about his attitude making a difference. Joe says the life he could have had is gone for good.
At the court, Christine gets into it with Nikki, and says that if she and Paul didn't share a son, Nikki would be up there beside Neil getting what she deserves. Neil arrives to find Cane and Lily there for support. Victor arrives and tells Nikki she doesn't have to do this. She can do it - she has to. They go into the courtroom where Christine takes the stand to tell of her loss. Leslie grills Chris about blaming Nikki even after Neil came forward and her irrational hatred for her. Chris leaves afterward. Meanwhile, Mobley questions Nikki about her changing stories and calls her and Neil a couple of drunks. Victor jumps in. "Don't speak to my wife that way!" Neil gets on the stand and admits he was drunk. Devon hollers that he's responsible. Neil explains it was the alcohol that made him grab the wheel; nothing but his own sickness. Leslie calls Hilary to the stand. Mobley turns and Hilary smirks and vows to tell the whole truth.