Veteran actor Patrick Horgan has died at the age of 92, his wife, Susan Bedsow-Horgan sadly reported on Facebook.
Born in Nottingham, England, Horgan’s career began in the ‘50s with appearances on BBC Sunday Night Theatre and THE GENTLE FALCON. The ‘70s brought his career to soaps, where from 1970-74, he played Dr. John Morrison on THE DOCTORS, and from 1978-79, Thatcher Ross on RYAN’S HOPE. In the ‘80s, he played Neil Blake on GUIDING LIGHT and then Anton Cunningham on AS THE WORLD TURNS. His final daytime role was playing Andrew Berryman and Arthur Vandenburg on ONE LIFE TO LIVE in 1985 and 1995, respectively.
In addition to his daytime roles, Horgan could be found guest-starring in numerous primetime series over his decades-long career in acting. Viewers can see him in episodes of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE, GREEN ACRES, STAR TREK, THE WILD WILD WEST, BEWITCHED, THE FACTS OF LIFE, and THE COSBY SHOW. He also appeared in films such as The Thomas Crown Affair, Zelig, and The Curse of the Jade Scorpion.
Our thoughts are with his family and loved ones during this difficult time.