The soap opera community has taken to social media to pay respects to a beloved star who appeared on daytime and primetime soaps across four different networks!
Jed Allan, who passed away on March 8, began his daytime career on CBS sudser Love of Life as Ace Hubbard. He played Ed Grant on ABC serial Port Charles and also appeared as as Edward Quartermaine on GH, too. But his most memorable roles were as Don Craig on Days of Our Lives and patriarch C.C. Capwell on Santa Barbara, both on NBC.
The actor is also known to prime time serial fans for his run as Rush Sanders, Steve’s (Ian Ziering) dad on Beverly Hills 90210.
Now, actors who worked with Allan are sharing their thoughts and memories of the performer on social media.
Read tributes below from Tracey Bregman (Lauren, The Young and the Restless), who played Allan’s daughter, Donna Craig, on DAYS; James Reynolds (Abe, DAYS); veteran soap opera scribes Beth Milstein (DAYS) and Michele Val Jean (The Bold and the Beautiful; Santa Barbara); and Bill Hayes and Susan Seaforth Hayes (Doug and Julie, DAYS).
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When I was 14, I got my first job as the daughter of Don (Jed Allan) and Marlena (@deidrehall_official ) on @nbcdays There were no two better people to learn from. Jed was not only an amazing actor, he and Dei taught me everything With patience and love. I still hear his notes in my ear when I work today. I am so sad to hear that Jed has passed away. He was the nicest man ever. Rest In Peace, I will never forget you.
So saddened to hear about the passing of the dear, wonderful Jed Allan. He took me under his wing & made me feel at home at @daysofourlives. Jed was a force of nature & beloved by all. His smile will live forever in my heart. Condolences to his family.
— Beth M (@BethMilstein) March 10, 2019
— Michele Val Jean (@MicheleValJean) March 10, 2019
I am SO sorry to learn of the passing of Jed Allan! Not only was Jed a superb actor, he was a genuine, caring, and funny friend. Susan and will miss him a LOT!
— Bill & Susan Hayes (@DaysHayes) March 11, 2019