Soap-opera stardom is a fox-eat-fox business. The average ravishing vixen is chewed up and spat out after half a season, never to be drooled over again. Slinky-soft sensual manipulator Eileen Davidson has purred and growled and snake-hipped herself to the top of the fox pile. Eileen's record of doing it foxy style on top-ranked soaps extends for almost twenty years; she has been an eye-catching danger to hens and male chickens on The Young and the Restless, Days of Our Lives, and Santa Barbara. But all that sexually predatory prowling takes its toll on a girl. Sometimes she just needs to relax. Which explains her shy smile, endearing sidelong glance, and proudly displayed chest puffies in The House on Sorority Row (1983).