The sultry and beautiful Terri Garber has come full circle in her acting career. She made her start in soap operas back in the early 1980s and now has a recurring role on "As the World Turns" on which she has appeared in over 100 episodes. She had a bit part in the daytime drama "Texas," a spin-off of "Another World," in 1983, and followed it up with two made-for-TV movies. In the interim she starred as a doctor opposite an orangutan in the short-lived political farce "Mr. Smith." Her big break came a year later when she was cast as the alluring yet manipulative southern belle, Ashton Main, in the Civil War mini-series "North and South." She would reprise that role twice more for the sequels in 1986 and 1994, respectively. Well recognized after the series, she landed a role as Leslie Carrington on Aaron Spelling's <Dynasty." This led to more parts on "Santa Barbara" and "General Hospital." She bounced around various prime-time dramas for most of the 1990s and early '00s until landing the gig of Iris Dumbrowski on "As the World Turns." When not appearing on the sudsy screen, Garber moonlights as a real estate broker.