Marni Schulenberg, ‘As the World Turns’ and ‘One Life to Live’ actress, dies at 37

She was 37 years old.

Schulenberg, who played Allison Stewart in “As the World Turns” and Joe Sullivan in the reboot “One Life to Live,” died Tuesday, her manager Kyle Locker told CNN.

Schulenberg and her husband, actor Zach Rubidas, welcomed their daughter Coda two years ago.

On the eve of my 36th birthday, instead of looking for a place to drink several Bloody Marys (my birthdays always include Bloody Marys, boats, and lobsters, and not in any particular order), I would repeat the same question over and over in my head: “How does one celebrate one’s birthday with a baby? New in the middle of a global pandemic while coming to terms with a diagnosis of stage 4 metastatic triple-negative inflammatory breast cancer?”

A former gymnast, she was raised in Barnstable, Massachusetts and He told The Morning Call in 2012 that her plans to attend school in Boston were derailed after her older brother, Joss, a published playwright, took her to his alma mater, Universidade de Salles where she fell in love with the campus.

I also found another kind of love at school, meeting Rubidas there when I worked as a guide on campus.

She worked while in school and snatched the role in “As the World Turns” the year she graduated in 2006.

She continued to appear on the web in the reboot “One Life to Life” in 2013.

Schulenburg, who was to celebrate her 38th birthday on Saturday, has also sung on Broadway and has appeared in television series, including “Blue Bloods” and Showtime’s latest “City on a Hill.”

She shared her struggle with cancer on social media and writing In a Mother’s Day post on her verified Instagram account Earlier this month she was sent home from the hospital on oxygen.

She wrote in the caption to a series of photos that showed her own daughter and mother-daughter, Candice. “I want to show her how to move around this world with compassion, strength, vitality, humor and joy as my mother showed me.”

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