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Abigail Williams (As the World Turns)

Abigail Williams
As the World Turns character
Portrayed by Emmy Rossum (1997)
Kristina Sisco (1999–2002, 2010)
First appearance August 15, 1997
Last appearance August 3, 2010
Profile
Occupation Student
Residence Los Angeles, California

Abigail Williams is a fictional character on the American TV soap opera As the World Turns. She was played by Emmy Rossum as a child, and Kristina Sisco as a teenager. She is a former resident of Oakdale. Sisco returned to As the World Turns on July 30, 2010 before it ended in September.

Character history

Abigail is the daughter of Molly Peterson and Holden Snyder. She was conceived when Molly was a teenager and Holden never knew about her. Molly's father forced her to give her baby up for adoption when she was born and Abigail went to the Williams family. Abigail currently lives in Los Angeles with Molly.

Character References Links

  • soapcentral.com
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