Robyn Bernard, General Hospital Actress, Passes Away

Robyn Bernard, an actress celebrated for her role in the ’80s, has passed away. She was 64. Bernard was best known for playing the aspiring singer Terry Brock on ABC‘s daytime drama, “General Hospital.”

TMZ reports that Bernard’s body was discovered on Tuesday in San Jacinto, Calif. Currently, the cause of her death is still under investigation.

Bernard’s journey on “General Hospital” began in 1984. She portrayed Terry, the daughter of the villainous D.L. Brock, played by David Groh. Bernard remained a part of the ABC soap opera for six years, exiting the show in 1990.

Matt Mitovich of TVLine once reflected on Bernard’s significant storyline in “General Hospital.” It revolved around the semi-great Laurelton murder mystery. In this plot, Terry was manipulated into believing she had murdered a man named Neil Johnson. As the mystery unfolded, more bodies were discovered.

The storyline delved into Terry’s past, revealing her banishment from Laurelton. It was disclosed that she had been drugged, leading to her wandering Main Street naked, singing “His Way Is My Way.” The climax of the arc was a thrilling chase across Catalina Island, which was filmed on location.

Before her iconic role on “General Hospital,” Bernard made appearances on several primetime shows. She guest-starred on “Simon & Simon” and “The Facts of Life,” showcasing her versatility as an actress.

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