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Soap Vet Gone Too Soon

Veteran soap actor Anthony Addabbo, who starred as Jim Lemay on GL, Tony/Jonny Carerra on B&B, Jeff Peters on Dallas, Jason Craig on Generations, & Dimitri Marick on All My Children, has died at the age of 56 according to soapoperadigest.com

Several stars spoke out in the wake of his death. Former co-star Beth Chamberlin (Beth, GL) responded to some tweets saying: 

"So Tragic. So much life ahead of him. I can't believe it. His poor wife and son. So, so sad. Shocked." 

"So sad. I can't believe Anthony is gone. This is just wrong." 

On Instagram Tracey Bregman, another former co-star posted a picture of Anthony and said: 

"So saddened at the passing of my friend and coworker from @boldandbeautifulcbs #rush #turk Too soon #anthonyaddabbo way too soon" 

Kristoff St. John said: 

"Anthony Addabo was a wonderful man, friend, artist. I worked with him for 2 years on the NBC Generations. He was truly a professional, with a wild side that made you laugh. I remember doing a personal appearance with Tony and I just stood by watching all of the girls try to rip his clothes off. I was jealous until I realized I didn't want to be naked in public. Tony was missing half his T-shirt and hat. May you rest in heaven dear brother Tony. Save me a place. Love you. #anthonyaddabbo #LoveUBrutha #RIP"

Winsor Harmon took to his Facebook page saying: 

"Today we lost a damn good man a father and great actor. Here's to you TA. We shared many glasses of Vino Rosso together brother. I'll never forget how excited you were to land B&B. By the way you still owe me that lobster dinner. I'll collect next time I see ya. We will miss you my dear friend. RIP. I know you're walking the streets of Gold bringing joy to the Angels as you did here on earth. God Bless you man. Love and miss you brother." 

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