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Oh that's sad to hear. Roscoe was one of the most charismatic actors a soap could ever hope to have - Mitch Laurence was pure fire, even as the writing fell right off a cliff. And he was absolutely terrific as Robert on Santa Barbara - the only one who ever came close to threatening the popularity of Cruz and Eden. 

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Oh damn. I remember him from his brief time on Y&R and he left a lasting impression even in those stints.

 

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Long live the Messenger.

 

I'll also never forget his soulful, decent and very sexy character on The City.

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6 minutes ago, Vee said:

Long live the Messenger.

 

I'll also never forget his soulful, decent and very sexy character on The City.

 

I just saw this:

 

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Nick was a real departure for him but he made it work. I wish the show had known more of what to do with the character. 

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20 minutes ago, DRW50 said:

 

I just saw this:

 

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Nick was a real departure for him but he made it work. I wish the show had known more of what to do with the character. 

I think Nick may have been my fave role of his

I liked Mitch but he became a cartoon especially with the 2009/2011 returns

I liked Joe on RH. Joe and Nick seemed to be his most human roles

 

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I am sorry to hear this news. He was a very talented actor. It's a testament to his acting that he created many different characters that captured viewers attention. 

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