Former WTA pro-turned actress Maeve Quinlan is an annual fixture at longtime friend Chris Evert’s event. Quinlan starred as “Megan Conley” during an 11-year run on the soap opera “The Bold and the Beautiful” (1995-2005) and also spent four critically-acclaimed seasons (2005-2008) as “Paula Carlin” on the hit television drama “South of Nowhere.” Last April she starred in Lifetime’s made-for-TV film “The Stalker Club.” Her feature films credits have included Not Easily Broken (2009), Personal Indiscretions (2008) and Cougars, Inc (2001). Quinlan also spent four years (2008-2011) in the recurring role of “Constance Tate-Duncan” on the popular TV series “90210” and played “Buckshot Betty” for six episodes in 2013’s “Cowgirl Up.” A Chicago native and daughter of Irish immigrants, Maeve played collegiate tennis at Northwestern and at USC, where she majored in theatre. She reached No. 82 in the world on the WTA Tour.