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Stuart Damon, ‘General Hospital’ Actor, Dies at 84

Stuart Damon, ‘General Hospital’ Actor, Dies at 84

Stuart Damon, who was best known for his role on “General Hospital,” has died. He was 84.

“He’d been struggling with renal failure for the last several years,” ABC7 reporter George Pennacchio confirmed in a Facebook post. “He was a kind, loving and friendly man. It’s something Christopher heard his entire life. It was my honor to know Stuart Damon. May this Prince R.I.P.”

Damon devoted over 30 years of his life to playing Dr. Alan Quartermaine on ABC’s “General Hospital” and spinoff “Port Charles.” With the role, he earned six Daytime Emmy nominations and won in 1999 — 22 years after joining the cast — for outstanding supporting actor in a drama series.

The New York native was born in Brooklyn Feb. 5, 1937 and later went on to graduate from Brandeis University in 1958. He first took his talents to Broadway in 1959 in the ensemble of “First Impressions” and then spent over

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