Poor Jordan Ridgeway may be languishing in a mental care facility but actress Chrishell Hartley certainly has a reason to celebrate.
That’s because she was born on July 21, 1981, in Draffenvile, Kentucky, meaning that she is turning 38 years old today. The talented actress is also a big believer in paying it forward. After her own childhood experience being homeless on a number of occasions, Hartley is partnered with the charities Blessings in a Backpack and Upward Bound.
Hartley attended Murray State University where she graduated with a B.A. in Theater in 2003. While at Murray State, the actress cut her teeth in theatrical productions ranging from the weeper Steel Magnolias to the classic drawing room dramedy The Importance of Being Earnest.
In 2005, just two years after graduating, Hartley scored her first major acting role: Amanda Dillion on the ABC soap opera All My Children. She stayed with the program until its final television episode in September 2011.
In 2013, Hartley was hired at Days of Our Lives in the role of physical therapist Jordan Ridgeway. She remained there until March 2015. However, she returned to the series in February of 2019 for a small guest arc and will return later in the year.
Hartley other television work includes appearances on popular nighttime shows including Body of Proof, Mistresses, and Misguided. She even starred in the thriller film Eve of Abduction. Since 2018 Stause has been working in the real estate market and her exploits as a relator with the Oppenheim Group can be seen on the Netflix reality series Selling Sunset.
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