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Marnie Schulenburg, ‘As the World Turns’ star, dies at 37

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As the World Turns and One Life to Live, has died after two years of living with metastatic breast cancer. She was 37.Schulenburg was known for her roles as Jo Sullivan on the One Life to Live reboot and Alison Steward on As the World Turns.

She died on May 17, her rep confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.Schulenburg’s husband, Zack Robidas, who is best-known for his role as Mark Ravenhead on HBO’s Succession, also confirmed his wife’s passing in a Facebook post.

Montreal’s Nalie Agustin remembered: ‘She really showed us how to live life’ “Please don’t say Marnie lost her battle to cancer.

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