The Cast of "Beverly Hills 90210" Experience Yet Another Painful Loss

The Cast of “Beverly Hills 90210” Experience Yet Another Painful Loss

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Just days after the death of actor Luke Perry, the cast of Beverly Hills 90210 are finding themselves mourning once again. Jed Allan, who played the father of Steve Sanders on the show, has passed away. The news was shared by his son Rick Brown on a Facebook page on Saturday (March 9.)

“So sorry to post the very sad news of my fathers passing tonight. He died peacefully and was surrounded by his family and loved so much by us and so many others.  Thank you for all who are part of this wonderful tribute to my dad on Facebook,” Rick posted.

“So sad to hear we’ve lost another 90210 cast mate,” Beverly Hills 90210 star Ian Ziering shared on his Instagram page on Sunday (March 10.) “I had the pleasure of working with Jed Allan from 94 to 99. He played Rush Sanders, Steve’s father. Such a great guy to work with, he will be missed.”

Besides his work on 90210, Allan was also known for his work on soap operas such as Days of Our Lives, General Hospital and Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara co-star A. Martinez also headed to Instagram to share his thoughts about the sad news.

“The actor Jed Allan walked on yesterday,” he wrote alongside a picture of him and the actor. “Among his many unforgettable roles was that of CC Capwell, the powerful patriarch around whom the tempests of story swirled in NBC’s daytime drama Santa Barbara for many remarkable years. Jed was a pro’s pro in every sense, and an inspired artist in the moments when the red lights came on — he was fearless, and his work moved millions.”

We send our condolences to all that mourn the loss of Jed Allan.

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The actor Jed Allan walked on yesterday. Among his many unforgettable roles was that of CC Capwell, the powerful patriarch around whom the tempests of story swirled in NBC’s daytime drama Santa Barbara for many remarkable years. Jed was a pro’s pro in every sense, and an inspired artist in the moments when the red lights came on — he was fearless, and his work moved millions. I first met him in the early seventies, when his son Mitch Brown and I were cast mates on the TV series, The Cowboys. With his effervescent wife Toby at his side, he quietly asked me to keep a watchful eye out for Mitch, as it was his first gig. Jed was already a star by then, and he was as warm and articulate and charming as anyone I’d ever met. A decade later, when he came to Santa Barbara, the show finally began to find its eventually glorious stride. I LOVED working with him, as did everyone else who got the chance. Years later, he visited me backstage during the difficult run of a play I was doing — offered typically generous support — and then spoke of the loss of Toby, the love of his life, who had passed away shortly before, with literally no warning. (It was hard to imagine a human being missing another more…) In my dream, the two of them are dancing together again tonight — a great comfort to all who’ve known and loved them over the years. Condolences now to their wonderful sons, and gratitude to Jed for his unerring joy in the telling of stories, and for offering always the embrace of his massive heart. #JedAllan #ForceOfNature #TheFamilyYouChoose

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