Beth Chamberlin, member of the Board
talented and gifted Beth Chamberlin is GUIDING LIGHT'S troubled girl, Beth
Raines. Beth portrayed the too good to be true character for several years,
earning two nominations from Soap Opera Digest, one for Outstanding Villainess,
and another for Super Couple with Grant Aleksander. Beyond her television work,
Beth has starred in numerous films including: The Big Picture, The Right Way and
Beth has not only dazzled audiences with her television and film performances,
but she has also been quite a force in the theatre world. Beth has appeared in
All's Well that Ends Well, The Taming of the Shrew, Godspell and Flowers for
Algernon. Her fellow GUIDING LIGHT cast members benefit from her love for the
theatre --- Beth is the co-organizer of the Guiding Light Actors Workshop.
During this monthly event, the Workshop recently performed a reading of The
Heidi Chronicles, and has also produced readings of Miss Julie and Crimes of the
Beth attended New York University as a dance and theater major. She began her
creative studies with the American Ballet Theater. Beth continued her studies
with classes at the acclaimed HB Studios, under the guidance of Frank Gerarci
and William Hickey. She also had the privilege of working with Tim Phillips of
the Meisner Studios.
When Beth is not playing the villain on Guiding Light, she keeps herself busy
with volunteer work. Beth is a proud board member of the Curtis R. Vance
Foundation, an organization that raises money for ALS research and gives support
to ALS patients and their families.
Beth is also the spokesperson for the Guiding Light Humanity Bracelet. As seen
on the show, the values of Loyalty, Unity, Passion, Courage, Trust and Love are
all incorporated in the Guiding Light Humanity Bracelet and are the ideals
behind the most touching and enduring relationships on GUIDING LIGHT. Fans all
over the world have purchased this bracelet.
In her spare time, Beth enjoys being a ski instructor, hosting parties and
entertaining friends. Beth shares a lovely 1904 colonial home with her husband
Peter Roy, which they are in the process of renovating and decorating together.
When her schedule permits, Beth also substitutes for vacationing talk show hosts
in the New York and Connecticut area.
For further information regarding Beth Chamberlin please contact Thomas
DeLorenzo at 323.656.1068.
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