Soap veterinarian Stuart Damon, better known as general hospitalAlan Quatermain has passed away. he is 84 years old
ABC7 eyewitness reporter George Pennacchio tweeted on Tuesday. Noting that the legendary actor was struggling with kidney failure.
Damon first appeared as general hospitalAlan Quatermain was resolute Army Chief of Staff on May 13, 1977, and continued to feature in series recurring until his character’s death in February 2007. Damon continues to appear. sporadically as Alan’s ghost until December 23, 2008.
He returned for the Dream Sequence in 2011 and made his last appearance for the series in 2013 to celebrate the show’s 50th anniversary. He is highly regarded as the patriarch of the Quartermaine family. won an Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in 1999 for his portrayal.
Damon’s 50-year career spans television, film and Broadway, including starring opposite Lesley Ann Warren in the Rogers and Hammerstein television productions in 2015. 1965 Cinderella As a Prince, he also played Eddie Yaeger in Richard Rodgers’ original Broadway production and Stephen Sondheim’s musical. Can I hear Waltz?.
besides general hospital, Damon appeared on when the world turns in 2009 as Janet and Terri Ciccone’s “uncle” businessman. He also portrayed Governor Jim Ford in day of our life In 2010, additional TV credits include: fantasy island, The New Avengers and sci-fi thrillers champion.