All My Children Actor Jeffrey Carlson Dies at the Age of 48

Actor Jeffrey Carlson, well-known for playing a revolutionary trans character on All My Children, has passed away. No information on the cause or setting was immediately available for this 48-year-old man. Since 2006, the actor has been a part of the daytime TV program.

Adam Feldman, the theatre editor for Time Out New York, tweeted the information. Carlson was a “powerful actor,” according to Feldman. In August 2006, Carlson made her television debut as Zarf, and she later made a comeback as Zoe, a trans woman, in November of that same year. On Facebook, The Shakespeare Theatre Company posted a tribute.

All My Children Actor Jeffrey Carlson Dies at the Age of 48

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“STC is heartbroken to hear of Jeffrey Carlson’s demise recently. Throughout his career, Jeffrey delivered stunning and nuanced performances that led him from television and film to Broadway and, happily for us, to STC. The article mentioned his standout performances in Lorenzaccio (2005), Hamlet (2007), Free For All (2008), Romeo and Juliet (2016), and Free For All (2017).

“To those who knew and loved Jeffrey best—his friends, family, and coworkers—we send our love.” Carlson, born in Long Beach, California, attended the Juilliard School. In 2003, he debuted on Broadway in Edward Albee’s The Goat or Who Is Sylvia.

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Alongside Academy Award winner Hilary Swank, he would later appear in Tartuffe and The Miracle Worker. In Taboo from 2003 to 2004, Carlson played Marilyn, a British music singer from the 1980s.


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