'All My Children' star Susan Lucci hosts 'Rock the Dock' fundraiser in Sag Harbor

TV icon and Garden City resident Susan Lucci lent her star power Saturday to Bay Street Theatre's "Rock the Dock" fundraiser in Sag Harbor. Lucci,

Actress Susan Lucci lent her star power to Bay Street Theatre's

Actress Susan Lucci lent her star power to Bay Street Theatre's "Rock the Dock" fundraiser. (7/22/13)

SAG HARBOR - TV icon and Garden City resident Susan Lucci lent her star power Saturday to Bay Street Theatre's "Rock the Dock" fundraiser in Sag Harbor.

Lucci, who starred in "All My Children" as Erica Kane for more than four decades, hosted the event.

Lucci has been playing the role of a wealthy divorcee in "Devious Maids" on Lifetime since leaving the set of "All My Children" after 41 years. The fan favorite says she's in talks to return to the online edition of "All My Children."

The 66-year-old stunner and grandmother of four says she plans to spend her free time this summer with her family in the Hamptons.

Lucci will also host Maureen Haven's Lobster Bash at Dockers in Quogue on Aug. 22.

For more on Lucci's possible return to "All My Children," click the video to the left or go to News 12 Extra on Optimum TV channel 612.

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