Ray MacDonnell Dead at 93

Emmy-winning stage and TV actor Ray MacDonnell is no longer with us.

Fans of daytime TV will be saddened to learn that the actor has passed away at the age of 93.

MacDonnell was best-known for his role as Dr. Joe Martin on “All My Children.”

Distinguished Career

MacDonnell was a star on both the stage and screen.

He made his TV debut in 1953 in the TV series “Robert Montgomery Presents.”

He had several other appearances before his big break came in 1961, which started a nice run as Philip Capice on “The Edge of Night.”

He also had one of his more memorable stage appearances during that run, playing opposite Angela Lansbury.

MacDonnell and Lansbury were joined by Ann Miller in “Mame,” the Tony-winning musical, from 1966 to 1970.

MacDonnell left “The Edge of Night” in 1969 and immediately transitioned into a role where he would spend the next four decades of his life.

In 1970, MacDonnell arrived on the set of “All My Children” as Dr. Joe Martin, a role he played until 2011.

He returned to the show briefly in 2013, with that being his last TV credit.

MacDonnell died of natural causes at his Chappaqua home.

Source: Fox News

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