Jill Larson joined the cast of All My Children in November 1989.
Born and raised in Minnesota, Larson earned a degree in communications from Hunter College. Early in her career, Larson focused her attention on stage performances, appearing in The Glass Menagerie, Gypsy, Agnes of God, and other productions.
Upon turning her efforts towards television, Larson quickly found guest-starring roles on Kate & Allie and The Equalizer. Eventually, she landed the long-term role of Ursula Blackwell on One Life to Live.
Larson completed her acting portfolio by appearing in several motion pictures, including White Squall and 28 Days.
Larson is a founding member and president of GLM Productions, a theatrical production company. Through that company, Ms. Larson produced the off-Broadway comedy revue, Serious Bizness, and co-produced the documentary film, Gibbs Garden -- a cinematic portrait of a painter stricken with AIDS, which was nominated for a student Academy Award. Ms. Larson later co-curated an exhibit of that painter's work.
Larson, a single mom, divides her time between her New York City apartment and a weekend home in Pennsylvania.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
All My Children
November 1989 to September 23, 2011
; April 29, 2013
to September 2, 2013
One Life to Live
1988 to 1989
As the World Turns
Were the World Mine
The Living Wake
La Maison sous les arbres
Nominee Outstanding Supporting Actress (1991, 1993)
PLACE OF BIRTH: Minneapolis, Minnesota
DATE OF BIRTH: October 7, 1949
HAIR: Strawberry blonde
: "Luke Duke" to appear as Opal's new love interest. [Nov 12, 2001]
: 17-tear vet Larson dropped to recurring status. [Jun 27, 2006]
: Larson speaks out on whether or not she will move to LA with AMC. [Sep 24, 2009]
: ABC offers Jill Larson a contract to keep her on AMC. [Dec 13, 2009]
: Prospect Park confirms Larson, others for AMC reboot. [Jan 22, 2013]
: Jill Larson: AMC relaunch was ahead of its time [Nov 14, 2013]
: Y&R fashion show brings B&B crossover, AMC guest star. [Nov 14, 2013]
: Larson's First Kiss
seen by more than 80mil people. [Apr 24, 2014]