According to a message issued by her son, Jeremy, on Monday, soap star Elizabeth Hubbard reportedly died at the age of 89.
Hubbard became well known for her starring role as Dr. Althea Davis in the drama series “The Doctors,” which aired from 1964 to 1982.
In addition, on the long-running soap drama “As The World Turns,” Hubbard also portrayed Lucinda Walsh. According to People, she appeared in 75 episodes of the show, which ran from 1975 until 2010.
We are saddened to hear of soap-opera legend Elizabeth Hubbard's passing at age 89. A force to be reckoned with, Hubbard stole our hearts with her portrayal of Althea Davis on The Doctors. Please share your favorite memories with us as we remember the beloved Elizabeth Hubbard. pic.twitter.com/Ctb020q6bw
— Watch The Doctors (@watch_doctors) April 10, 2023
Throughout the course of her career, Hubbard received several awards.
She received 11 Daytime Emmy nominations for her performance as Dr. Althea Davis and won the Daytime Emmy for Best Actress in a Daytime Drama in 1974.
In 2015, she received a lifetime achievement award from Gold Derby, and her achievements were honored with 11 Soap Opera Digest award nominations.
Hubbard’s cause of death has so far not been released.
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