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Marnie Schulenberg of As The World Turns dies at age 37

Marnie Schulenberg of As The World Turns dies at age 37 2

Soap opera star Marnie Schulenberg dies at age 37: The As The World Turns and One Life To Live actress passes away after two year battle with cancer

  • Actress Schulenberg has died at the age of 37 it was shared on Wednesday 
  • She passed away after a battle with stage four metastatic breast cancer
  • The star had shared on May 8 that she was diagnosed with cancer in 2020 
  • The blonde was best known for her work on the soap operas As The World Turns 
  • And she also had guest starring roles on the prime time shows Blue Bloods 
  • This year she had the role of Maggie Caysen on Showtime’s City On A Hill 

Actress Marnie Schulenberg has died at the age of 37 it was shared on Wednesday.

The star passed away after a two-year battle with stage four metastatic breast cancer, according to The Hollywood Reporter. 

The blonde was best known for her work on the soap operas As The World Turns and One Life To Live. And she also had guest starring roles on the prime time shows Blue Bloods, Royal Pains and The Good Fight.

This year she had the role of Maggie Caysen on the Showtime drama City On A Hill.

Sad loss for Hollywood: Actress Marnie Schulenberg has died at the age of 37 it was shared on Wednesday. The star passed away after a long battle with stage four metastatic breast cancer, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Seen in 2012

Sad loss for Hollywood: Actress Marnie Schulenberg has died at the age of 37 it was shared on Wednesday. The star passed away after a long battle with stage four metastatic breast cancer, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Seen in 2012

Schulenburg died at a hospital in Bloomfield, New Jersey, on Tuesday, her rep Kyle Luker at Industry Entertainment told the site.

On May 8 of this year she addressed her health issues on Instagram. It was the two year anniversary of her diagnosis.

‘On May 8, 2020 I found out I had Breast Cancer and truly thought my life was over. Two years later I’m still here and my chances of sticking around her better each month that goes by,’ wrote the star.

She had star power: The blonde was best known for her work on the soap operas As The World Turns and One Life To Live. And she also had guest starring roles on the prime time shows Blue Bloods, Royal Pains and The Good Fight. Seen in 2010

She had star power: The blonde was best known for her work on the soap operas As The World Turns and One Life To Live. And she also had guest starring roles on the prime time shows Blue Bloods, Royal Pains and The Good Fight. Seen in 2010

‘So here’s to remembering that nothing is permanent. To soaking up the imperfections and that the best thing you can do for your child is make them feel loved, safe and supported just like my mother did for me. 

‘Screw the oxygen mask, just remember how to breathe.’

In the image she was seen with her mother as well as her child Coda, two.

Last post: On May 8 of this year she addressed her health issues on Instagram. It was the two year anniversary of her diagnosis. She was seen with her mother and daughter

Last post: On May 8 of this year she addressed her health issues on Instagram. It was the two year anniversary of her diagnosis. She was seen with her mother and daughter

Heartbreaking image: 'On May 8, 2020 I found out I had Breast Cancer and truly thought my life was over. Two years later I’m still here and my chances of sticking around her better each month that goes by,' wrote the star on May 8, 2022

Heartbreaking image: ‘On May 8, 2020 I found out I had Breast Cancer and truly thought my life was over. Two years later I’m still here and my chances of sticking around her better each month that goes by,’ wrote the star on May 8, 2022

The star is survived by her actor husband Zack Robidas who is best known for his work in Succession and Sorry for Your Loss. They wed in 2013 and welcomed daughter, Coda, in 2019. 

Marnie was diagnosed with breast cancer only five months after Coda’s birth in December 2019.

On Mother’s Day she was able to celebrate with her family.

I know that me being here for [Coda] is the best gift I can give her,’ she wrote, ‘but right now, it feels like settling since she’s getting a half-life version of myself. 

Last year: In October 2021 she posed bald and said, 'I’ve been a lot less active this Breast Cancer awareness month than last and I think that’s because I was searching for a reason WHY this incurable and cruel disease was inflicted upon my family and I last year'

Last year: In October 2021 she posed bald and said, ‘I’ve been a lot less active this Breast Cancer awareness month than last and I think that’s because I was searching for a reason WHY this incurable and cruel disease was inflicted upon my family and I last year’

She looked great! And the star also had fun trying on a blonde wig on Instagram

She looked great! And the star also had fun trying on a blonde wig on Instagram

‘My mother showed up 100 percent all day every day for me growing up, or at least it seemed that way. I want to give Coda the same, but I must be kind to myself and remember that nothing is permanent.’

She was born in Massachusetts and started acting in her 20s after she graduated from college.

Her biggest roles came on soaps.

She played Alison Stewart on CBS’ As the World Turns and Jo Sullivan on the One Life to Live reboot.

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