There has been some devastating news that has come in about a famous actress who died over the weekend in Los Angeles, California. The beloved actress was known for her role in an ultra-popular daytime series.
At this time, we are asking our readers to keep the family and friends in their thoughts and prayers as they go through this difficult time. Many celebrities and fans have taken to social media to share their condolences and tributes with the heartbroken family.
The news was released by the producer of the show, Frank Valentini, who wrote on Twitter giving his condolences.
“My sincerest condolences to her family and to all who knew this amazing woman," he wrote.
Soap opera veteran Susan Brown, who was known for her role as Dr. Gail Adamson Baldwin on "General Hospital," has died on Friday. She had been battling Alzheimer's and was 86 years old when she passed, according to "Fox News."
“It's a very sad day in Port Charles as the wonderful Susan Brown ("Gail Baldwin") passed away today,” Valentini wrote.
A California native, Brown was born in San Francisco and graduated from the University of Southern California. Her television career began in 1959 on a soap opera called "From These Roots," then continued on to "The Young Married," "Bright Promise," and "Return to Peyton Place."
When Brown wasn't acting, she ran her own interior design firm where she provided decorating services to her friends in Hollywood.
In 1997, Brown joined the case of "General Hospital" as Dr. Baldwin. She departed from the show in 1985. She came back as a guest actor until her official return in 1992 as a recurring character. In 1979, her performance in "General Hospital" earned her a Daytime Emmy nomination.
“Sad to say one of my best friends and costars Susan brown passed away today she played Gail Baldwin @GeneralHospital my mother R.I.P. Susan I will miss all our laughs,” Kin Shriner, who played Brown's on-screen stepson Scotty on "General Hospital," wrote.
“Kin I am so sorry for your loss. I will miss Susan too," Jackie Zeman, who is also a veteran actress on "General Hospital," wrote. "She was so very special, on set and in friendship. I remember all the good times we shared on our @GeneralHospital #GH lunch breaks at at her amazing dinner parties at her beautiful home. RIP Susan + God Bless."
Will you please keep the Brown family in your thoughts and prayers?