Alicia is 5'6".
Alicia became engaged to Richie Hersch on December 13, 2007.
Alicia's face can be seen on a home perm product.
Like many other soap and non-soap actors and actresses, Alicia Minshew has her own myspace.
Before landing the role of Kendall on All My Children, Alicia did modeling and commercials.
Alicia has acted in the theatre production Godspell.
Alicia has acted in the theatre production Beggar on Horseback.
Alicia was greatly influenced by her grandfather as a child, who recently passed away.
Alicia was pre-nominated three consecutive years for Daytime Emmies in the Outstanding Supporting Actress category. (2004, 2005, 2006)
Alicia played Suzie Wilson in the 1999 film Game Day.
Alicia played a TV Actress in the 1999 film Hit and Runaway.
Alicia enjoys athletics a lot, including swimming, dancing, aerobics, and weight training.
Alicia is of English and Italian origins.
Alicia lives in New York City.
Alicia received Soap Opera Digest awards in 2003 and 2005.
Alicia graduated from South Fork High School in Stuart, Florida.
Alicia's mother is of Cuban origins.
Alicia did audition for a character on All My Children before Kendall, but was unsuccessful.
Alicia has the astrological sign of the Gemini.
Alicia's character Kendall, is the lover of her boyfriend's best friend, Thorsten Kaye (a.k.a. Zach Slater).
Alicia joined All My Children in January of 2002, and has since continued to play the character of Kendall Hart.
Alicia's favorite food is peanut butter.
Alicia hosted The Music Zone, an early form of MTV, during college.
Alicia received a musical theatre scholarship to attend Indian River College.
Alicia has three sisters. Her mother is an aerobics instructor, while her father is a minister.
Alicia: (on how she is able to handle Kendall's wild side) I go to a different place that is not me, which is good 'cause I can go to that place, I can hold a gun to someone's head, I can start a fire, I can be a complete raging bitch and yell at people because it's safe... I can do it knowing it is not really me, and can really let it out and then I can go home and say, 'okay that's not real, and I'm going to watch a funny movie now and be happy that this is my life.'