The family of one of daytime's most beloved, presumed dead antiheroines may be experiencing one romantic heartache after another on The Young and the Restless, but the woman who created the legendary role of ghetto urchin-turned-fashionista Drucilla Barber Winters couldn't be happier right about now.
On June 27, Victoria Rowell married famed, Atlanta-based, mixed media artist Radcliffe Bailey in Dublin, New Hampshire. The couple was surrounded by the women who raised Rowell, as well as numerous superstar friends, including Alfre Woodard and Samuel L. Jackson, the latter of whom gave Rowell away. Rowell and Bailey's wedding is featured in today's New York Times style section. Click here to check it out. Rowell's second book, the highly-anticipated novel Secrets of a Soap Opera Diva, is due to hit stands in 2010.
Photo by Bob Lapree for the New York Times.