Daytime Star Nancy Lee Grahn Working On Tell-All Autobiography

Grahn was Alexis Davis on General Hospital.

HOLLYWOOD, CA - JULY 28: Actress Nancy Lee Grahn attends the Relay For Life Of Hollywood at Helen Bernstein High School on July 28, 2012 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic)

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Nothing will go untold in the autobiography from Nancy Lee Grahn of General Hospital fame. At least, that’s what she said in a Facebook post announcing the project.

“I am ready to tell the whole truth about my 37 years on daytime television,” Grahn, 66, wrote. “With gratitude, but with honesty.”

Grahn was cast as headstrong lawyer Alexis Davis on General Hospital in 1996. She has also played on other soaps throughout her illustrious career. Most famously including All My Children, One Life to Live and Santa Barbara.

She indicated she is about 120 pages into her book, with seemingly much more to come.

“I’m different now in ways that I can’t quite explain,” Grahn wrote, adding that, “I was hit with some life-altering realizations that truly forced me to reevaluate my future, my career, my purpose, my value, what I will accept and what I won’t in regards to that and why.”

Graham started on One Life to Live in 1980, then later won an Emmy for her portrayal of Julia Wainwright Capwell on the now-defunct Santa Barbara — a role she held for eight years.

A release date on her book has yet to be announced, but given the massive following of daytime soaps, you can bet it will be a best-seller once it finally does come out.

As Grahn herself wrote, “Stay tuned.”

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