Susan Brown Dies: Emmy Nominated ‘General Hospital’ Actress Was 86

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Susan Brown Dies: Emmy Nominated ‘General Hospital’ Actress Was 86
Susan Brown, who is best known for her role as Dr. Gail Adamson Baldwin on General Hospital, died Friday after battling Alzheimer’s disease. She was 86.

General Hospital showrunner Frank Valentini took to Twitter to confirm her death saying, “It’s a very sad day in Port Charles as the wonderful Susan Brown (“Gail Baldwin”) passed away today. My sincerest condolences to her family and to all who knew this amazing woman.”

Brown was born in San Francisco and graduated from the University of Southern California. Her acting career launched in 1959 with the soap opera From The Roots. She went on to appear in numerous soaps including The Young Marrieds, Bright Promise, and Return to Peyton Place where she played the character of Constance MacKenzie.

She stepped into the role of Dr. Gail Adamson Baldwin in 1977. The character was Monica Webber’s foster mother who married Peter Hansen’s Lee Baldwin.
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