The 69-year-old, who also appeared in ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’, has been described as an incredibly talented actor and songwriter by business partner Deanna Lynne.
AceShowbiz -Longtime U.S. soap star Roscoe Born has died, aged 69.
The actor who appeared on “The Young and The Restless“, “All My Children“, “One Life to Live” and “Ryan’s Hope”, died on Tuesday, March 03.
Paying tribute to the late TV regular, his business partner Deanna Lynne writes, “It is with a heavy heart that I share the news of Roscoe Born’s passing. He was an incredibly talented actor and songwriter… He will be missed forever.”
Born in Kansas he began his career as a soap actor in 1981, portraying gangster Joe Novak on “Ryan’s Hope”.
He left the series in 1983 and returned to daytime soaps two years later, as villain Mitch Laurence in “One Life to Live”.
Born also featured in Santa Barbara, “As the World Turns“, “Guiding Light“, “Days of Our Lives“, “Passions” and “The City”.
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