Soap actress and writer Meg Bennett, known for her roles on ‘The Young and the Restless’ and ‘General Hospital,’ has passed away at the age of 75 after battling cancer.

Born in Pasadena, California, Bennett began her career in modeling before transitioning to acting.

She gained recognition for her performances on Broadway in productions like ‘Godspell’ and ‘Grease’ before making her mark in the world of soap operas.

Bennett’s soap opera career spanned several decades, with notable roles in ‘Search for Tomorrow,’ ‘The Young and the Restless,’ and ‘General Hospital.’ She also contributed to the scripts of these shows, showcasing her talent as a writer.

Throughout her career, Bennett received numerous accolades, including Daytime Emmy nominations and Writers Guild of America awards.

Her legacy extends beyond her professional achievements, as she leaves behind a loving family, including her husband Robert Guza Jr., stepdaughters, grandchildren, and extended relatives.

Bennett’s impact on the soap opera genre and her contributions to television will be remembered fondly by fans and colleagues alike.

(Information source: Parade)

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