General Hospital Fame Actress Elizabeth MacRae Passes Away at 88

The reason for the American actors' death is yet unknown, while she is survived by her 5 stepchildren.

According to Deadline, Elizabeth MacRae, who was well-known for her recurrent parts in Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. and General Hospital, died at the age of 88. The reason for same is yet unknown. After graduating, MacRae considered pursuing a career in acting and tried out for Otto Preminger’s 1956 Saint Joan production. She continued with her acting profession in spite of not getting a part. The artist moved to New York City, where she gained experience in off-Broadway productions and studied with Uta Hagen at the Herbert Berghof Studio.

Elizabeth got her first break in television as a witness in the courtroom series The Verdict Is Yours. During the course of a 25-year career, MacRae made appearances in numerous television shows, such as The Andy Griffith Show, Gunsmoke, Judd for the Defence, Route 66, Surfside 6, Rendezvous, The Fugitive and many more.

Nonetheless, her role in General Hospital has to be among her most well-known performances. Before the character’s death by the creators, she portrayed Meg Baldwin in it for about four years. The Incredible Mr. Limpet, Everything’s Ducky, Live in a Goldfish Bowl and The Conversation by Frances Ford Coppola are among the movies in which Elizabeth MacRae has appeared.

In addition, the American actress has also starred in films like Rhoda, Barnaby Jones and Kojak. The veteran star is survived by her 5 stepchildren.

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