Denise Alexander, a former cast member of ‘General Hospital,’ pays tribute to her late co-star Jacklyn Zeman

Jacklyn Zeman, who played Bobbie Spencer for 45 years on ABC’s General Hospital has died aged 70. As per reports, she fought cancer for a short while prior to her sudden passing.

The news of her passing was shared by the show’s executive producer Frank Valentini.

“I am heartbroken to announce the passing of our beloved Jackie Zeman,” he posted on Twitter. “Just like her character, the legendary Bobbie Spencer, she was a bright light and a true professional that brought so much positive energy with her work.”

ABC Entertainment and General Hospital released a statement as well. “Jacklyn Zeman has been a beloved member of the General Hospital and ABC family since she originated the iconic role of Bobbie Spencer over 45 years ago. She leaves behind a lasting legacy for her Emmy-nominated portrayal of the bad girl turned heroine and will always be remembered for her kind heart and radiant spirit. We are devastated by the news of her passing, and send our deepest condolences to Jackie’s family, friends and loved ones.”

Zeman first joined the cast of the long-running daytime drama in 1977, according to Imdb.

Zeman’s sudden passing came three days prior to her birthday and less than two weeks after her final episode of General Hospital, which aired on April 27.

Denise Alexander, Zeman’s co-star, shared a touching tribute. “Oh girl, I can’t stop crying because I keep hearing your voice and laughing. I have always loved and cherished your sweetness, humor, brilliance, and lovely goodness. The finest embraces, too. I will always love you. Denise,” she wrote in a brief letter that was first made available by Soap Hub on May 15.

“I’m very happy that I got to spend so much time with this lovely woman. Jackie had the best stories to tell, a contagious spirit, and such a remarkable life. She enjoyed working on General Hospital,” Laura Wright, who portrayed Carly Spencer, the character who was Zeman’s daughter in the serial show, stated on Instagram.

Tamara Braun was among those who pays their tribute to Zeman. “I am at a loss for words. This hurts and disturbs me beyond words. I wish to hug you. Join us in our laughter. Tell stories. Talk real talk because that’s what we did.”

Zeman is survived by two daughters, Cassidy and Lacey from her first marriage to Glenn Gordon. She was married and divorced two more times to Steve Gribbin and disc jockey Murray Kaufman who went by “Murray the K.”

Rest in peace, Jacklyn Zeman, you are missed.

(VIDEO) Lip Reader Deciphers What Travis Kelce Yelled at Andy Reid During Super Bowl 58 Sideline Clash

During the second quarter of the Super Bowl, Isiah Pacheco fumbled inside the red zone while Travis Kelce was off the field, prompting his frustration.

The Chiefs tight end swiftly approached head coach Andy Reid and passionately expressed his discontent. Kelce’s actions caused Reid to take a few steps back.

Despite attempts to decipher their exchange in repIay, Kelce’s exact words to Reid remained unclear.

However, a professional lip reader later revealed Kelce’s message: “Keep me in. You (expletive)! I’m calm now!” according to The Daily Mail.

Following Kansas City’s overtime victory against the 49ers in the Super Bowl, both Travis Kelce and Andy Reid addressed the viral confrontation between them.

Reid downplayed the incident, expIaining that Kelce caught him off guard, leaving him unbalanced. He also mentioned that Kelce apoIogized afterward, emphasizing the tight end’s competitive nature and love for the game.

Kelce, during ESPN’s postgame show, humorously acknowledged the incident, hinting at keeping it private unless his mic’d up segment revealed otherwise. He jokingIy stated he was expressing his love for Reid during their exchange.

After a slow start with just one catch for 1 yard in the first half, Kelce’s performance improved dramatically after haIftime and a memorable Usher show. He finished the game with nine catches for 93 yards, contributing significantly to the Chiefs’ victory.

Kelce’s 93 receiving yards led the team, making him only the third player in NFL history to lead three different Super BowI champions in receiving yards, joining Jerry Rice and Michael Irvin.

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