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Stage and Screen Character Actor Passed 20 years ago, Also Known for Distinctive Daytime Roles

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Actor William Hickey has passed.   

 

A sampling of Hickey's daytime roles...TD's original Tennessee Eddie Hawkins, GL's Joe Kowalski, the carny that raised Dinah Marler on GL, RH's Monsignor Farrell, Loving's Ray Shafer,, He was Ike Slattery, an ex- con hired by Craig to steal coins on ATWT, and John Rupert in 1984 on OLTL

 

His character Joe on GL was  probably his longest.  He originated the Tennessee Eddie Hawkins role on TD, which was later played by Ryan's Hope's Leonardo Cimino

 

 

 

 

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.http://www.nytimes.com/1997/07/01/arts/william-hickey-actor-69-dies-played-a-wise-old-don-in-prizzi.html

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This is 20 years old. Or are you just reminding us of the anniversary?

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OH, sorry, a friend sent it to me and asked me to share it. I was just  sharing. Still, he was seen in the Doctors, I suppose that's why he  asked in the first place.  I apologize.

 

Tit;e and opening post fixed.

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57 minutes ago, slick jones said:

OH, sorry, a friend sent it to me and asked me to share it. I was just  sharing. Still, he was seen in the Doctors, I suppose that's why he  asked in the first place.  I apologize.

 

Tit;e and opening post fixed.

 

No need to apologize. I just wasn't sure if you might have thought it was new.

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