Elizabeth Hendrickson


Elizabeth Hendrickson, a native of New York, studied Musical Theater at Syracuse University. She jumped into television with roles on Law & Order: SVU, Medium, Cold Case, CSI: Miami and Criminal Minds. Her breakthrough came when she was cast as the dual role of identical twins Frankie and Maggie Stone on All My Children. Her performance and ground-breaking storyline with Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel) launched the character into iconic status as part of daytime television’s first same-sex super-couple.

Recent television guest-starring roles include NCIS: New Orleans, Major Crimes, and a fun recurring role on season 2 of Jason Reitman’s critically-acclaimed comedy Casual on Hulu. Hendrickson also co-created and stars in the streaming comedy series 30 Days Max.

In 2008, she joined the cast of The Young and the Restless as fashion vixen Chloe Mitchell where she can be seen every week on CBS.  Her powerful work on Y&R has earned her three Daytime Emmy nominations for ‘Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series’ in 2012, 2014 and again in 2015.