￼#BREAKING - Actor Stuart Damon, best known for playing Alan Quartermaine on @GeneralHospital has died at 84. He also played The Prince in the 1965 TV movie, “Cinderella.”— George Pennacchio (@abc7george) June 29, 2021
He’d been struggling with renal failure.
(📷 courtesy ABC, Cathy Blaivas & Craig Sjodin) pic.twitter.com/71s6PVMm6J
Stuart Damon, who played Dr. Alan Quartermaine for decades, had been struggling with renal failure.
Amber Tamblyn, who played his adopted daughter Emily on the soap, shared a tribute:
Broken hearted to hear of the passing of Stuart Damon. He played my adopted dad on General Hospital for 7 years and he was the most kind, wonderful, loving, supportive person. He always made me laugh and made me feel safe on set. I love you, Stewy. Rest well now, my friend. pic.twitter.com/XY5mEfwezn— Amber Tamblyn (@ambertamblyn) June 29, 2021
Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis)
What a lovely, funny, talented Prince of a man. He truly was Charming. What a pleasure it was to work with his iconic self. Condolences to his family. 💔 RIP Stuie. #StuartDamon https://t.co/13jCp3M1i2— Nancy Lee Grahn (@NancyLeeGrahn) June 29, 2021
Frank Valentini, Executive Producer
On behalf of everyone at #GH, I want to extend my deepest condolences to Stuart Damon’s family and all who loved him. Stuart was an absolute legend of our industry and he’ll be sorely missed. @GeneralHospital— Frank Valentini (@valentinifrank) June 29, 2021
Tristan Rogers (Robert Scorpio)
It is with much sadness I heard of Stuart Damon’s passing. He brought a real steadiness to the Quartermaine family. I enjoyed my scenes with him. Rest easy my friend.— tristanrogers (@tristanrogers) June 29, 2021
Sean Kanan (the OG AJ Quartermaine)
I am saddened to have learned that Stuart Damon has passed. Although we had lost touch over the years I will never forget his kind soul, zany sense of humor and talent. RIP Stuey Damone. @1SteveBurton @lesliecharleson #StuartDamon #GeneralHospital #Raimondo pic.twitter.com/wEFUFTeo6H— Sean Kanan (@seankanan) June 29, 2021
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