The world mourns the unfortunate loss of one of the brightest shining stars in the soap opera industry.
Marnie Schulenburg, who starred in the soap operas “As the World Turns” and “One Life to Live,” died Tuesday. She was 37 years old at the time.
Marnie Schulenburg passes away at the young age of 37
Schulenburg, a 37-year-old actress, died on Tuesday. According to her rep Kyle Luker at Industry Entertainment, the television star died Tuesday in a hospital in Bloomfield, New Jersey, from stage-four metastatic breast cancer.
Schulenburg’s husband, Zack Robidas, an actor renowned for his performances in “Sorry for Your Loss” and “Succession,” confirmed the news on Facebook, thanking Schulenburg’s fans for their support following her diagnosis. They wed in 2013 and welcomed their daughter Coda in 2019.
Marnie said on May 8, that she was diagnosed with cancer in 2020.
The world knew Marnie for her roles in soap operas. Her performance in As The World Turns and The Young and the Restless are her best works. Likewise, she made regular and guest appearances in shows like “Fringe,” “Army Wives,” “Blue Bloods,” “Manhattan Love Story,” “Elementary,” “The Good Fight,” and “Divorce” in addition to her soap roles.
Similarly, Schulenburg’s last on-screen project is a recurring part in the Showtime drama “City on the Hill,” starring Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge, in the forthcoming third season. The first episode of the season will air in July.
Marnie Schulenburg marked what would be her final Mother’s Day on May 8 with a touching Instagram post that included photographs of herself nurturing her two-year-old daughter Coda while her health deteriorated.
‘It wasn’t a given that I’d be home for Mother’s Day,‘ she admitted in her caption. ‘I was released late Friday night, but I was given an oxygen machine to take home with me.’
Robidas and their daughter survive Schulenburg.
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