|Birthdate ( Age)
||5 February 1937
|Place of Birth
||Brooklyn, New York, United States
||29 June 2021
||Deirdre Ann Ottewill (m. 1961)
||Christopher Zonis, Jennifer Zonis
||Marvin Leonard Zonis
|| $5 Million
Stuart Damonwas an American actor. He was known for his 30-year portrayal of Alan Quartermaine, on the American serial General Hospital, that he won an Emmy Award in 1999. Outside the us , he was better known for the role of Craig Stirling within the Champions.
Early Life and Family
Stuart Damonwas was born in Brooklyn, New York, he is the son of Marvin Leonard Zonis, who was a manufacturer. Damon's parents were Russian Jewish immigrants who made their range in America after fleeing the Bolshevik Revolution.
Stuart Damonwas Wife
Stuart married with Deirdre Ann. She Ottewill is best known for being the wife of yank actor Stuart Damon. Her husband was known for his 30-year portrayal of Alan Quartermaine, on the American serial General Hospital, that he won an Emmy Award in 1999.
Stuart Damonwas Net Worth
Stuart Damonwas an American actor. He was known for his 30-year portrayal of Alan Quartermaine, on the American serial General Hospital who has an estimated Net Worth of $5 Million in 2021.
After a series of appearances on Broadway, Damon's appearance because the Prince within the 1965 version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella starring Lesley Ann Warren helped pave the thanks to an extended career in television and serial . The exact same year, he had a prominent featured role within the Broadway musical Do I Hear a Waltz? written by Rodgers (music) and Sondheim (lyrics). He had earlier appeared in an Off-Broadway revival of The Boys From Syracuse with music by Rodgers and lyrics by Hart . Damon is prominently featured on the cast albums of those musicals, also because the hit Irma La Douce (1960).
Moving to Britain within the 1960s, Damon starred within the hit musical Charlie Girl with Anna Neagle in 1965 and appeared as spy Craig Stirling, alongside Alexandra Bastedo and William Gaunt, on the cult series The Champions. He also partnered with Roger Moore in an episode of The Saint which has been credited as an idea for the later series The Persuaders!, with Damon's role being played by Tony Curtis. In 1968, he appeared within the BBC TV adaptation of The £1,000,000 Bank Note and played the starring role. Damon also played magician Houdini during a lavishly staged London musical, Man of Magic.
In the 1970s, he was cast alongside Gene Barry and Catherine Schell on the series The Adventurer, appearing briefly in two episodes. Damon has since spoken candidly about the very fact that Barry didn't want him within the series due to his height. At over six feet, he towered over the relatively short Barry. After acting roles in several other British television series, including Thriller, The New Avengers and children's favourite The Adventures of Black Beauty where he played a hypnotist, he returned to the us .
In 1977, he began his most famous American role, that of Dr. Alan Quartermaine Sr. on General Hospital. He also repeated the role on the short-lived GH spin-off Port Charles (1997–2003).
In 1999, Damon won the simplest Supporting Actor Emmy, for his portrayal of Alan, a physician, hooked in to the painkiller hydrocodone. In 2005, Damon was reunited with Alexandra Bastedo and William Gaunt for the primary time in almost 40 years, to supply audio commentary on a DVD release of The Champions. In December 2006, it had been reported that Damon had been fired from General Hospital by Jill Farren Phelps, on the orders of Anne Sweeney and Brian Frons,and his last air date was scheduled for February 26, 2007, when his character died. the rationale behind his release wasn't made public.
The taping of the ultimate scene occurred on February 5, coincidentally Damon's 70th birthday.Fellow actors on General Hospital spoke to the press about how upset they were over Damon's firing, with Damon's on-show wife Leslie Charleson saying, "This is that the 30th anniversary for the 2 folks , in August. The timing leaves me very discouraged about the way soaps are going, the entire disregard for history and therefore the blatant disregard for the veterans."
Despite the death of the character, Damon had remained on the show, playing the ghost of Alan Quartermaine, haunting his sister Tracy about forging Alan's will. He remained with the show until December 23, 2008, when Alan seemed to Monica on Christmas to inform her that he loved her.
On September 18, 2009, Damon began appearing on because the World Turns as Janet and Teri Ciccone's "Uncle" Ralph Manzo, a businessman presumably involved the mob. He left the series on October 30, 2009, but returned for 3 episodes between August 23, 2010, and August 25, 2010. During March 19–25, 2010, Damon played the role of Governor Jim Ford on Days of Our Lives.
Damon returned to General Hospital for 2 episodes (August 26, 2011, and August 29, 2011), during which Alan appears during a fantasy sequence of Monica's. He returned again in November 2012 as a ghost when son AJ was announced to be alive, after son Jason's disappearance. He appeared, along side Rick Webber (Chris Robinson) and Emily Quartermaine (Natalia Livingston), as a hallucination shared by Tracy and Monica, for the show's 50th anniversary episode, which aired April 2, 2013.
Cause of Death
The actor was 84. The news about Damon's death broke via Facebook where ABC7 reporter George Pennacchio shared a personal statement regarding the event. According to Pennacchio, Damon had been struggling with renal failure for the past several years, contributing to his cause of death.