These days, she is currently residing in her native England, where she is writing and directing for radio. Samms has a son Cameron, 18, and a daughter, Beatrice 17, from her marriage to third husband John Holloway, from whom she split in 2003.
But one of the stars appearing in Tumble, which sees celebrities try their hands at being gymnasts, has said she is ‘shocked’ the corporation is allowed to make such a ‘dangerous’ programme, especially in the health and safety era.
The character was immediately transplanted into the new Dynasty spin-off The Colbys for two seasons (1985–1987), until reintroduced back into Dynasty in the 23 September 1987 eighth season premiere "The Siege - Part 1." Samms remained with Dynasty for two seasons until its last episode on .
She later returned for the 1991 miniseries Dynasty: The Reunion.
Holly reappeared in Port Charles in 2009, this time with the admission that she gave birth to Luke's son Ethan (Nathan Parsons).
She made other appearances in 20 to help Luke out of some tight spots.
Samms' brother Jamie died at the age of 9 from aplastic anemia, and in response, Samms and her cousin Peter Samuelson founded the Starlight Children's Foundation in 1983.
This group helps sick children and their families through a variety of methods: entertainment, education, and activities geared toward families.
During her run on "General Hospital," Holly was involved with leading male characters Luke Spencer and Robert Scorpio, eventually marrying Robert.
She left the show in 1985 but continued to pop in from time to time when plot lines warranted. Samuelson in Willesden, London, England on August 28, 1960. Samuelson, was a pioneer in British cinema and founded Southall Studios, an early film studio in the United Kingdom.
Here's a snapshot of the actress who played Holly Sutton. She was born into a show business family: Her mother was a ballet dancer, and her father owned a rental company for film equipment. Samms initially trained in ballet, but at the age of 15, she suffered a hip injury and was forced to quit dancing.
She was told she would never dance again, and went into acting, shortening her name to Emma Samms.
Samms next starred in the series "Models Inc followed by series "Holby City," and a daytime BBC show "The Doctors," as well as TV movies and appearances on "Mike Hammer," "The Bill," "Murder, She Wrote," "Lois & Clark," and "Tales from the Crypt," among others.