Lindsay Nicole Korman-Hartley, who was born in Palm Springs, California on April 17, 1978, is of Greek, Italian and Jewish descent. She was educated at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and had been singing since she was eleven. At the age of eighteen, she appeared in a Broadway production of Grease and moved on to become the lead vocalist in the Las Vegas Sands Hotel afternoon show Viva Las Vegas. She also took the lead role of Maria in the Civic Light Opera's West Side Story in Austin, Texas. Korman also won several national vocal competitions such as The Los Angeles Philharmonic's Award-Vocal/Opera, The National Date Festival, and America's Showcase Starlet. In 1999, she landed the role of Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald in the drama series, Passions.
Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald is played by Lindsay Nicole Korman-Hartley in the drama series Passions. Theresa was raised by her older brother Luis after her father and eldest brother abandoned her family. Since she was a teenager, she had a big crush on Ethan Crane and had fantasies of him appearing at her doorstep and confessing his love for her. The two later developed a relationship which almost ended up at the altar, had not Ethan's mother, Ivy Winthrop crash her car into the church on wedding night.
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