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It's a special day. Today, we remember Kristoff St. John on his birthday.
Kristoff St. John was born July 15, 1966, in New York City and grew up in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and Los Angeles. His father, Christopher St. John, is a producer, actor and director, while his mother, Marie, is an entertainer.
As a ten-year-old child, Kristoff had a featuring role on the Saturday-morning comedy Big John, Little John, broadcast on NBC in 1976. He also portrayed a young Alex Haley in the 1979 ABC miniseries Roots: The Next Generations. Kristoff also made a small appearance as Booker Brown on the ABC sitcom Happy Days, as well as a boyfriend of Denise Huxtable on an early episode of The Cosby Show. In his first major role, he appeared as Charlie Richmond Jr. in the 1985 CBS sitcom Charlie & Co.
Kristoff first major soap role was as Adam Marshall on the NBC soap opera Generations. It was after the show's cancellation in 1991 that he originated the role of Neil Winters on The Young and the Restless, and played the character for 25 years. For his amazing work, he received several NAACP Image Awards and Daytime Emmy Awards.
In his personal life, Kristoff was married and divorced twice. He had a son, Julian (1989–2014) and a daughter, Paris Nicole (born 1992) with his first wife, boxer Mia St. John. Julian died by suicide on November 23, 2014, following a long history of mental illness. Kristoff was also married to Allana Nadal from 2001 to 2007, and they had a daughter, Lola (born April 15, 2003). On August 31, 2018, he was engaged to Russian model Kseniya Olegovna Mikhaleva.
Kristoff passed away in April. His last air date, as Neil Winters on The Young and the Restless, was on February 6, 2019. Late in April, it was revealed Neil had died of a stroke.
The latest coming from Mia St. John who announced an upcoming ceremony to reveal a bench in Westlake Village to honor Kristoff. The unveiling will take place on July 15th, on what would be Kristoff's 53rd birthday.