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John Gabriel’s Obituary Doesn’t Clarify his Cause of Death

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‘Ryan’s Hope’ actor John Gabriel’s obituary has not revealed his cause of death after he passed away on June 13, 2021. May he rest in peace.

The Emmy nominated actor known for his turn in ABC soap opera Ryan’s Hope, John Gabriel, died at the age of 90. John Gabriel’s daughter, “Lost” actress Andrea Gabriel, confirmed the sad news — although no cause of death has been revealed at this time.

“It is with an unspeakably heavy heart that I share the news of my father’s passing,” Andrea, 42, wrote with a broken heart on Instagram.

'Ryan's Hope' actor John Gabriel's obituary has not revealed his cause of death after he passed away on June 13, 2021.
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“John Gabriel was my hero, my role model, and my champion, but above all, my daddy … I will love you forever.”

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Details of John Gabriel’s Obituary and Biography

Although John Gabriel’s obituary revealed his passing, no details were immediately available surrounding John Gabriel’s cause of death. His family also has not released any statement on his death just yet and no memorial plans have been announced.

U.S. day news is searching to collect more information and provide the latest updates surrounding Gabriel’s death cause, so stay up with us.

John Gabriel was born Jack Monkarsh on May 25, 1931, in Niagara Falls, New York. His father, Harry, was born in then-Mandatory Palestine, now Israel, to Polish Jewish parents. His mother, Rae Monkarsh, was of Polish Jewish/Russian Jewish descent.

'Ryan's Hope' actor John Gabriel's obituary has not revealed his cause of death after he passed away on June 13, 2021.
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His stage and screen career spanned six decades, but Gabriel was best known as Dr. Beaulac. During his decades as an actor, he earned his Emmy nod for the part in 1980.

The veteran actor is also known to have played the Professor in the unaired pilot of “Gilligan’s Island” in 1964. The role ultimately went to Russell Johnson.

About losing the role to Russell Johnson, Gabriel said, “It was the first time in my adult life that I remember weeping. And I think part of that has to do with the fact that I built this thing up to such a degree it was going to be my breakthrough.”

Gabriel recurred the role of WJM-TV sportscaster Andy Rivers on The Mary Tyler Moore Show from 1973 to 1975 while appearing on “The Untouchables,” “77 Sunset Strip,” “Days of Our Lives,” “Kate & Allie,” “General Hospital” and many more TV shows.

His credits on Broadway include “Applause,” opposite Lauren Bacall in 1972, and  Kander and Ebb’s 1968 musical “The Happy Time.”

As a singer, Gabriel performed on top talk shows of the day such as “The Merv Griffin Show,” “The Ed Sullivan Show,” “Regis and Kathie Lee,” and The Mike Douglas Show.”

'Ryan's Hope' actor John Gabriel's obituary has not revealed his cause of death after he passed away on June 13, 2021.
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He was also known for portraying Seneca, chief of staff at New York’s Riverside Hospital, on Ryan’s Hope. He produced Charles Grodin’s talk show for CNBC.

In addition to his daughter Andrea, the actor is survived by his wife, actress Sandy Gabriel, his daughter Melissa, and two grandsons.

We cannot express our deep sorrow from the heartbreaking loss of the legendary actor, and we ask you all to keep Gabriel, his family, his friends, and all of his loved ones in your thoughts through this agonizing time.

Following the sad news, many people and fans took to social media to pay poignant tributes to the ‘Charles Grodin’ Talk Show Producer. You can also leave a condolence message or a poignant tribute below the comment box to honor Gabriel.


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