Newman family

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Newman family
The Young and the Restless family
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First appearanceFebruary 8, 1980 (1980-02-08)
Created byWilliam J. Bell
Introduced byJohn Conboy

The Newman family is one of the core families on the American soap opera, The Young and the Restless, which is set in the fictional town of Genoa City, Wisconsin. They were introduced in February 1980, when Victor Newman arrived in town. Eventually, Victor was paired with Nicole Reed, who has notably become the family's prominent matriarch, having been married to Victor three times. The family is currently represented by Victor, Nikki and his four living children: Victoria, Nicholas, Abby and Adam Newman. The family is also well known for its long-standing feud with the Abbott family. The Newmans run the multinational conglomerate Newman Enterprises. They have lived at their ranch for three decades.

Family members[edit]

First generation[edit]

  • Albert Miller (George Kennedy)
    (deceased as of 2003) – Matt and Christian's father, who abandoned his family, causing his son to be raised in an orphanage. After years of him being missing, Victor and his son Nicholas flew to Canada to pay him one last hostile visit in November 2003.[1]
    • Cora Miller (Dorothy McGuire)
      (deceased as of 1984) – Victor's mother. She appeared on the series in June 1984, while dying.[2] Victor brought her to the ranch to spend her final days. She met her granddaughter Victoria.[3] Cora passes away in August 1984.[4]

Second generation[edit]

  • Victor Christian Newman Sr. (Eric Braeden)
    Patriarch. Victor was born Christian Miller under poor and struggling conditions. Since the age of 7, he had grown up in an orphanage. His mother promised to return for him but never did, and he ran away as a teenager with nothing. He became a successful billionaire business tycoon. He arrived in Genoa City in 1980 to run Chancellor Industries for Katherine Chancellor, who hired him. He now runs his own company Newman Enterprises. He is the father of Victoria, Nicholas, Adam, and Abby Newman.[5]
  • Matt Miller (Robert Parucha) – Matt is the brother of Victor. He lived in Genoa City from 1985 - 1987 before moving away. He reprised his role in 2003 when he alerted Victor that their father was nearing death and again February 18-19, 2020, when he attended a 40 Anniversary tribute to his brother, Victor.

Third generation[edit]

Fourth generation[edit]


Family tree[edit]

Albert MillerCora Miller
Hope WilsonNikki ReedVictor NewmanAshley AbbottMatt Miller
Sage WarnerAdam NewmanChelsea LawsonBilly AbbottVictoria NewmanJ. T. HellstromAbby NewmanPhyllis SummersNicholas NewmanSharon Collins
Christian Newman(adopted by Nick)Connor NewmanJohnny Abbott
(adopted by Victoria)
Reed HellstromSummer NewmanCassie Newman
(adopted by Nick)
Noah NewmanFaith Newman


Newman Enterprises[edit]

Newman Enterprises
PredecessorNewman Enterprises
Jabot Cosmetics
FounderVictor Newman
Key people
Victor Newman
Abby Newman
ServicesReal Estate
Venture Capital
OwnersVictor Newman (majority shareholder, chairman, CEO)
Victoria Newman (shareholder)
Nicholas Newman (shareholder)
Abby Newman (shareholder)
DivisionsNewman Energy
Newman Real Estate
Newman Venture Capital
SubsidiariesGranville Global
NVP Retreats

Newman Enterprises is a worldwide conglomerate founded by Victor Newman in 1980. In 2013, it became known as Newman-Chancellor Industries, following the death of Katherine Chancellor and the merger of Newman Enterprises and Chancellor Industries until Chancellor Industries was sold to Jill Abbott and Cane Ashby in 2015. After that, it was briefly known as Newman-Abbott Enterprises following a merger with Jabot Cosmetics, until the merger was undone and the two companies separated, making it Newman Enterprises once again.

Newman Enterprises[edit]

Newman Enterprises was a worldwide conglomerate founded in 1980 by Victor Newman, following his departure from Chancellor Industries. The company operated with three divisions: Real Estate, Cosmetics and Venture Capital; and numerous subsidiaries. Throughout the company's history, its main rival has been Jabot Cosmetics.

For years, Newman's chief rival in the cosmetics industry was Jabot Cosmetics but after it went public Victor bought up most of the stock and acquired the company. For years Victor was chairman of the board and CEO with Jack Abbott, Brad Carlton, Jill Foster Abbott, Ashley Abbott, and Neil Winters all serving as underlings. Jack, Brad, and Neil served as coCEO but only short term as Victor always intended to pass Newman Enterprises on to his children. This caused longtime employee Neil Winters to resign and become CEO of Chancellor Industries.

For years Victor as chairman and CEO ruthlessly ran Newman Enterprises and made it one of the largest and most successful conglomerates in the world. Both Victoria and Nicholas worked their way up at Newman Enterprises to eventually become board members and CEO's respectively. After the death of Victor's ex-wife Hope Wilson Victor invited his younger son Victor Adam Newman, Jr. to come work at Newman Enterprises. Adam was a Harvard-educated Wall Street stockbroker and inherited much of Victor's business savvy but his ambition and jealousy put him at odds with Victor and his siblings but Adam served briefly as chairman of the board and CEO and managed to retain a seat on the board after Newman Enterprises went public.

For years Newman Enterprises was a private company but after his daughters Victoria and Abby and eldest son Nicholas successfully sued Victor for $1.5 billion Victor took the company public. Despite this Victor forgave his children and they have returned to work at Newman Enterprises.

Since the lawsuit, there have been many changes in Newman Enterprises in terms of CEO. When Victor was jailed, Adam Newman took on the roll of CEO, but Victor later returned. A few months later, Victor disappeared because of mental health issues, and his then-wife, Sharon Newman took over the role of CEO out of revenge towards the Newmans, mainly Victor, Nicholas, Victoria, Abby, Adam and Nikki. A court ruling made Victoria Newman acting CEO while Sharon underwent court ordered psychological evaluation, but the decision was reversed soon after. Sharon's tenure as CEO saw stocks at Newman plummet, but her term ended once Victor returned alive retaking control of his company. Due to the plummet in stocks, Tucker McCall conspired with Jack Abbott in a hostile takeover to control Newman Enterprises. They purchased significant stock. With Tucker's support, Jack was successful in his bid to become CEO. Jack fired Victor, Victoria, and Nicholas as he planned to change the face of the company by renaming it "Abbott Enterprises". Jack became addicted to painkillers but covered-up with help from Adam Newman.

Jack resigned as CEO and Adam convinced the board to appoint him CEO. Victor began plotting a takeover but when Adam was shot defending Victor they agreed to work together. Adam raises enough money from an anonymous source to buy out the remaining stockholders and the Newmans retake complete control of Newman Enterprises. Victor discovers that Adam's secret investor that allowed the Newmans to retake control of Newman Enterprises was Jack Abbott; this causes a rift between Victor and Adam in which Adam signs over his shares in the company to Victor. Upon the death of Victor's close friend Katherine Chancellor, Victor inherits majority ownership of Chancellor Industries and immediately plans a merger between Chancellor Industries and Newman Enterprises with Victoria heading the project. The new company emerged with the name Newman-Chancellor Industries.


  • Brash and Sassy Cosmetics
  • Newman Energy
    • Drilling
    • Transportation
    • Refining and marketing
  • Newman Real Estate
    • "Castle Properties"
    • "Gerolamo Limited"
  • Newman Venture Capitals
    • "Ra-Tech"
    • "Granville Global"
    • "NVP Retreats"


Current personnel[edit]

  • Linda Helgesson (member of the board of directors)
  • Abby Newman (shareholder, member of the board of directors; former chief operating officer)
  • Nicholas Newman (shareholder, member of the board of directors; former co-chief executive officer, chief operating officer, chief executive officer, and executive)
  • Nikki Newman (member of the board of directors)
  • Summer Newman (intern)
  • Victor Newman (founder; chief executive officer (CEO); chairman of the board)
  • Victoria Newman (shareholder, member of the board of directors; former chief executive officer (CEO); former chief operating officer, and president of Brash & Sassy; formerly worked in the mailroom)
  • Natalie Soderberg (executive assistant)
  • Grace Turner (executive) ·

Former personnel[edit]

  • Bob Adams (former member of the board of directors)
  • Billy Abbott (former acting co-CEO)
  • Jack Abbott (former CEO)
  • Kyle Abbott (former executive)
  • Lauren Fenmore Baldwin (former member of the board of directors)
  • Michael Baldwin (former general counsel)
  • Brad Carlton (former chief operating officer, executive, member of the board of directors and chief executive officer)
  • Colleen Carlton (former member of the board of directors)
  • Avery Bailey Clark (former chief legal counsel)
  • Melanie Daniels (legal counsel)
  • Curtis Fielding (former member of the board of directors)
  • Devon Hamilton (former intern)
  • JT Hellstrom (former director of security)
  • Davis Holloway (former member of the board of directors)
  • Diane Jenkins (former architect, consultant and member of the board of directors)
  • Tucker McCall (former member of the board of directors)
  • Ryan McNeil (former assistant to Victor Newman; formerly worked at Brash & Sassy, Newman Men's Line and mailroom)
  • Carmen Mesta (former public relations officer)
  • Adam Newman (former shareholder, member of the board of directors; former CEO of Chelsea 2.0, co-chief executive officer, chief executive officer, chief financial officer, Junior vice president, executive)
  • Chelsea Newman (former executive; in charge of Chelsea 2.0)
  • Noah Newman (former intern)
  • Alex Perez (former general counsel)
  • Daniel Romalotti (former Intern)
  • Luca Santori (former shareholder, former executive)
  • Marisa Sierras (former executive assistant)
  • Mitchell Sherman (former general counsel)
  • John Silva (former general counsel)
  • Phyllis Summers (former director of Internet affairs and vice president of research and development)
  • Karen Taylor (former director of marketing and director of Consolidated Cosmetics Division)
  • Sage Warner (former executive at Chelsea 2.0)
  • Connie Wayne (Victor's former secretary)
  • Mason Wilder (former executive assistant to Jack Abbott and Adam Newman)
  • Christine Blair Williams (former general counsel)
  • Drucilla Winters (former director of Consolidated Cosmetics Division)
  • Neil Winters (former chief executive officer and member of the board of directors; former chief operation officer and mentor to Drucilla Winters; former acting chief executive officer and corporate liaison)

The Newman ranch[edit]

"The Newman Ranch at 421 Larkspur Trail, Highway B, on the outskirts of Genoa City, has born witness to quite a lot of drama since Victor bought the property more than 30 years ago. In addition to the many romantic candlelit dinners and holiday celebrations, there's been the basement imprisonment of Michael Scott (the lover of Victor's first wife, Julia), several life-threatening events – including Nikki being shot by Veronica Landers – and Adam's haunting of Ashley. Most memorably, of course, Victor changed Nikki's life forever when he invited her to live at the ranch. "You were going to make a lady out of me," she remembered, tearfully surveying what remained of her beloved home after the recent devastating fire. Victor's reply: "It's a building. The memories we have are in our hearts. Always will be." And so they will be in ours!"[15]

The Young and the Restless' official website on the Newman ranch following it being torched by Sharon Newman

Victor and his wife at the time, Julia Newman, bought the Newman ranch from Katherine Chancellor in 1980. According to Jamey Giddens of Daytime Confidential, it is one of the show's most "iconic sets".[16] In October 2012, during a mental breakdown, Sharon Newman drank at the Newman ranch. She ended up setting the curtains at the ranch on fire, burning down the mainhouse completely. Adam Newman took her away into hiding immediately.[17][18]

List of the Newman staff:[19]

External links[edit]


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  3. ^ Reed, Jon-Michael (1984-07-22). "What's happening on the soaps". The Gainesville Sun. (Halifax Media Group). Retrieved 2012-11-03.
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  5. ^ "About Y&R: Who's Who in Genoa City | Victor Newman | The Young and the Restless @". Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  6. ^ "About Y&R: Who's Who in Genoa City | Victoria Newman | The Young and the Restless @". Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  7. ^ "About Y&R: Who's Who in Genoa City | Nicholas Newman | The Young and the Restless @". Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  8. ^ "About Y&R: Who's Who in Genoa City | Victor Adam Wilson | The Young and the Restless @". Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  9. ^ "About Y&R: Who's Who in Genoa City | Abby Newman | The Young and the Restless @". Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  10. ^ "About Y&R: Who's Who in Genoa City | Cassie Newman | The Young and the Restless @". Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  11. ^ "About Y&R: Who's Who in Genoa City | Noah Newman | The Young and the Restless @". Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  12. ^ "Two more Genoa City residents growing up too fast | The Young and the Restless @". Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  13. ^ "Send Well Wishes to Max Page (Reed)". Archived from the original on 2012-10-14. Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  14. ^ "BRIGHT STARS || Alyvia Alyn Lind". Retrieved 2012-11-03.
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  16. ^ Giddens, Jamey (2012-10-01). "Young and Restless' Sharon Newman in 'The Burning Ranch'". Zap2It. (Tribune Media Services). Archived from the original on 2012-11-03. Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  17. ^ "GENOA CITY UPDATE: BURN, BABY, BURN! VICTOR INFERNO!". TV Guide. Archived from the original on 2013-01-24. Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  18. ^ "The Young and the Restless October 2012". (Sony Pictures Television). Retrieved 2012-11-03.[permanent dead link]
  19. ^ "About Y&R: The Newman/Miller Family Tree | The Young and the Restless @". 2012-10-22. Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  20. ^ "Anne Betancourt – Filmography by year". (Internet Movie Database). Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  21. ^ "About Y&R: Who's Who in Genoa City | Miguel Rodriguez | The Young and the Restless @". Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  22. ^ "About Y&R: Who's Who in Genoa City | Christine Blair | The Young and the Restless @". Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  23. ^ "About Y&R: Who's Who in Genoa City | Michael Baldwin | The Young and the Restless @". Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  24. ^ "About Y&R: Who's Who in Genoa City | John Silva | The Young and the Restless @". 2012-10-22. Retrieved 2012-11-03.
  25. ^ "About Y&R: About the Actors | Lise Simms | The Young and the Restless @". Retrieved 2012-11-03.