Marnie Schulenburg, known for her work on “As the World Turns,” has died at the age of 37.
Her passing on Tuesday was confirmed by her rep Kyle Luker at Industry Entertainment.
#RIP Marnie Schulenburg, 37; the actress leaves behind her daughter, Coda, 2. “My mother showed up 100 percent all day every day for me,” she wrote. “I want to give Coda the same, but I must be kind to myself and remember that nothing is permanent.” https://t.co/oXRcsT7xH6
— Mike Barnes (@MikeBarnes4) May 18, 2022
“Schulenburg made her daytime debut as Stewart on CBS’ The Young and the Restless in 2007 after the character was re-introduced in the online production “Digital Daytime: L.A. Diaries,” which also starred Adrienne Frantz (Amber Moore on Y&R),” The Hollywood Reporter stated.
“Schulenburg played Stewart on As the World Turns through the show’s cancellation in 2010 — she received a Daytime Emmy nomination that year — then joined One Life to Live as Sullivan when the ABC stalwart returned as a web series on Hulu and iTunes in 2013,” it added.
Actress Marnie Schulenburg dies aged 37, two years after cancer diagnosis https://t.co/eHn822tKU1
— ABC News (@abcnews) May 20, 2022
Her death comes two years after a cancer diagnosis, according to ABC News.
The star’s loss leaves behind many fans, as well as her husband and two young children, who will greatly miss her as wife and mother.