Elizabeth Hubbard, who starred in the daytime dramas “The Doctors” and “As the World Turns,” has died at age 89, according to People.
The actress’s son, Jeremy, broke the news of her death in a Facebook post on Monday.
“I’m sorry to say with a broken heart mi mum passed over the weekend.
“Thank you for being an unmovable rock that guided me through life,” he connected. “I will try to honour your memory for as long as I live. Love & Prayers. Jeremy”
It is not known what caused Hubbard’s death, according to People.com.
Hubbard played Dr. Althea Davis in the drama series The Doctors, which aired between 1964 and 1982, and Lucinda Walsh in As the World Turns, which aired from 1975 to 2010.
She was nominated for 11 Daytime Emmy awards. She won the Daytime Emmy for Best Actress in Daytime Drama in 1974. She also won the Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Special Emmy in 1967 for her role in First Ladies Diaries: Edith Wilson, according to IMDb.