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Marnie Schulenburg, Because the World Turns, cleaning soap opera actress dies

Marnie Schulenburg, Because the World Turns, cleaning soap opera actress dies

In her final Instagram publish on Mom’s Day, Schulenburg shared how she had been launched from the hospital simply in time to have fun along with her 2-year-old daughter.

WASHINGTON — Marnie Schulenburg, who appeared within the cleaning soap operas “Because the World Turns” and the “One Life to Reside” reboot, died Tuesday as a consequence of metastatic breast most cancers, a consultant for the actress confirmed to a number of media retailers. 

Her husband Zack Robidas, an actor who has appeared in  “Succession” and “Sorry for Your Loss,” additionally confirmed her dying in a Fb publish. In accordance with Selection, Robidas thanked followers and requested everybody to not say that his late spouse “misplaced her battle to most cancers. It is merely not true.” 

“She is unimaginable,” Robidas wrote. “We selected to assault her analysis with blind optimism. We solely talked in regards to the future and continued shifting ahead. I don’t know if this was proper but it surely’s all we knew the way to do.”

Schulenburg acquired a daytime Emmy award nomination for taking part in Alison Stewart on “Because the World Turns.” She additionally made appearances on a number of different reveals together with “Blue Bloods,” “Elementary” and “The Good Battle.”  

Schulenburg was recognized with breast most cancers in 2020. Earlier this month, she shared on Instagram that she was returning residence for Mom’s Day after being launched from the hospital. She described how she needed to be despatched residence on the time with an oxygen machine. 

“It’s not my ultimate to be a 38 12 months previous Mother who wants an oxygen tank to outlive proper now. I wish to be sturdy and delightful for her. I wish to present her the way to transfer all through this world with compassion, power, vivacity, humor and pleasure like my Mom confirmed me,” Schulenburg described. “I do know that me being right here for her is the perfect reward I can provide her however proper now it seems like settling since she’s getting a half-life model of myself.”

Schulenburg is survived by her husband and their 2-year-old daughter Coda.

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