The life of the soap-opera actress is a heightened reality of high-strung emotions, overt sexuality without the benefit of accompanying nudity, and betrayal and reversals of fortune always impending like doom, held at bay only by the whims of plot-challenged writers. Starring in the soaps is a high-stress job, and the women who do it would certainly benefit if they could occasionally get everything off their chests, starting with shirt and bra. Goo-goo-eyed blonde vixen Susan Marie Snyder has a history of vamping and camping on television melodramas that spans ten years and includes crucial roles on As the World Turns and Santa Barbara. How did she do it and not crack under the stress? She must have sent her tits out for air every time the cameras stopped.