People come and go. But what etches their memory in our minds is the work they leave behind and the way they were as a character. In fact, in today’s segment, we take our time to remember the soap opera stars that sadly passed away in 2019.
The article reads about three soap opera stars who passed on and will forever be remembered by fans and family-alike.
Kristoff St. John was an American actor born on July 15, 1966, in New York City, New York, United States was an Emmy winning actor who portrayed the role of Neil Winters on CBS’s The Young and the Restless.
Although he stars in a handful of movies that comprises The Champ, Sister, Sister, and No Place like Home, however, The Young and the Restless defined Kristoff’s career.
Also, St. John was an animal rights advocate who appeared in two PETA ad campaign. He was an animal rights advocate. Hence, he resorted to having a vegan lifestyle.
Hypertrophic heart disease got a hold of Kristoff St. John. Eventually, he succumbed on February 3, 2019, in San Fernando Valley, California. Although alcohol was speculated to be a minor contributing factor. He is survived by his daughters Julian, Paris, and Lola St. John.
Susan Bernard, born as Susan Lynn Bernard dabbled as an author, actress, model, and businesswoman during her time. She was born on February 18, 1948, in Los Angeles, California. Bernard starred in the cult film Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (1965).
Likewise, some of her movie credits include That Tender Touch Terry Manning (1969), Stranger in Hollywood Woman (1968), and The Killing Kind Tina Moore (1973).
Moreover, she had also starred as Beverly Fairchild on General Hospital from 1968-69. Susan died of an apparent heart attack on Friday, June 21, as disclosed by a family representative. Nonetheless, Susan is survived by her son Joshua J. Miller.
William Wintersole spent over two decades portraying Mitchell Sherman on The Young and The Restless. Further, he also had a stint on General Hospital as Ted Ballantine.
Born on July 30, 1931, Portsmouth, Ohio, United States, his career spans over 60 years. In particular, he also appeared in movies like Coma, Pray for the Wildcats, and Lead Belly.
Due to complications from cancer, William passed away peacefully on November 5, 2019, in his home in Los Angeles, California. At least, he is survived by his wife Marlene Silverstein; daughters Tiffany Harmon and Katherine Ramsey; granddaughters Kristy, Amy, and Jill; and great-granddaughter Abby.