Deirdre Ann Ottewill Wiki
Deirdre Ann Ottewill Biography
Who is Deirdre Ann Ottewill?
Deidre Ann Ottewill is a former actress, singer, and dancer who was best known for being the wife of American actor Stuart Damon. She was a dancer on the television show Sing Along With Mitch from 1961 to 1964. The couple married on March 12, 1961 and remained married for 60 years until Damon’s death on June 29, 2021.
Damon was best known for starring in ABC General Hospital, the longest running soap opera in the United States. The 84-year-old man died after a health battle with kidney failure for the past several years, according to reports.
Deirdre Ann Ottewill Age
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Deidre Ann Ottewill and Stuart Damon
Stuart and Deidre have two children together, Jennifer and Christopher Zonis. The couple also adopted their grandson, Alexander. The role of Stuart’s father on screen was that of the beloved character Dr. Alan Quartermaine.
His son Chris told ABC7’s George Pennachio that being a part of the soap opera General Hospital was “his favorite place for him”. He added: “He loved playing Alan and was always very grateful for that role and that job. It was his passion. ”
Stuart Damon Cause of death
As news of his passing spread, his former co-stars paid tribute to the acting legend. His television son Steve Burton (Jason) shared on Instagram: “Stuart Damon. What a waste.
“Los Angeles is singing! One of the best guys of all time. It was a blessing to have this guy play my dad on TV.
“He was so kind, generous, generous, funny, selfless and an amazing guy. He taught me a lot. I am sad beyond words. ”
Referring to Damon’s other famous role as Prince Charming in Cinderella, Nancy Lee Grahn, who plays Alexis in the soap opera, wrote on Twitter: “What a funny and talented prince charming. He really was charming. ”
General Hospital Executive Producer Frank Valentini wrote: “On behalf of everyone at #GH, I want to extend my deepest condolences to Stuart Damon’s family and all who loved him.
“Stuart was an absolute legend in our industry and we will miss him deeply.”