Elizabeth Hubbard, ‘As The World Turns’ star, dies at 89

By Becca Longmire.

‘As the World Turns’ star Elizabeth Hubbard has died aged 89.

The actress, who picked up eight Daytime Emmy nominations for her role as Lucinda Walsh on the hit series, died over the weekend.

Hubbard’s son, Jeremy Bennett, shared an emotional message on Facebook confirming the sad news.

“I’m sorry to say with a broken heart that my mother passed away this weekend,” he wrote, alongside a photo.

“Thank you for being an unshakeable rock that has guided me through life. I will try to honor your memory for as long as I live.

In addition to her “As the World Turns” Daytime Emmy nominations, she also won two gongs for other roles – one in 1974 for playing Dr. Althea Davis in NBC’s “The Doctors,” and another in 1976 for the TV movie “First Ladies”. Journal: Edith Wilson”.

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Over the years, she has also starred in series such as “Anacostia”, “Life on Mars”, “Law & Order” and “Hope & Faith”.

Hubbard starred in “As the World Turns” for an incredible 1975 episodes, from 1975 to 2010. The finale aired September 17, 2010.

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