Barbara Crampton (born December 27, 1962 -- though some sources say she was born in 1958 making her actually 50 years old). She is an American actress. Barbara was a Theater Arts Major at Castleton State College from about 1977 to 1980 or 1981 which would put her birth date in 1958, not 1962. Crampton was born in Levittown, Long Island, New York. She was raised in Vermont and spent summers while growing up traveling the country with the carnival as her father was a carnie. He helped her develop a love for performing as a young girl. Barbara started acting in school plays when she was in seventh grade and went on to study acting in high school where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theater Arts from Castleton State College in Vermont. After graduation, Barbara made a brief stop in New York where she appeared as Cordelia in King Lear for the American Theater of Actors. From New York, Barbara moved to Los Angeles where she went on to star in the cult horror features Re-Animator, From Beyond and Castle Freak. She also has feature roles in the films Puppet Master and Fraternity Vacation. Barbara made her television debut on the daytime drama Days of our Lives, where she played the light-hearted role of Trista Evans Bradford. She went on to play Leanna Love on The Young and the Restless from 1987–1993, which earned her a Soap Opera Digest Award. She returned to the role from 1998–2002 and again in 2006–2007. On October 1, 1988, Barbara married director of photography David Boyd and they divorced in 1990. She also played Melinda Lewis on Guiding Light from 1993–1995 and left when her contract expired and when she got engaged to L.A.-based actor and director Kristoffer Tabori in April 1995. By September of the same year, their engagement was called off. She soon joined the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful playing 'Maggie Forrester' Warwick from 1995–1998. She has guest starred on The Nanny and can be seen in three feature films: Cold Harvest as Christine, one of the leading roles; Space Truckers alongside Dennis Hopper; and The Godson with Rodney Dangerfield and Dom DeLuise. In December 1986, Crampton appeared in a nude pictoral in Playboy magazine titled "Simply Beastly. Behind every successful monster, there's a woman."