'Beverly Hills, 90210' And 'Santa Barbara' Legend Jed Allan Passed Away At 84
March 11, 2019 11:50 By Fabiosa
Jed Allan won the hearts of millions of viewers around the world, but unfortunately, there will be no possibility to see his new roles anymore.
The legend passed away
Jed Allan passed away on March 9th, 2019, at the age of 84. According to the statement of his family members, the actor was surrounded by close people and went to another world peacefully.
The tragic event happened only eight days after his last birthday. Of course, the actor’s family, friends, and numerous fans are in complete shock and can’t imagine their life and the acting industry without such a talented professional.
People keep paying tributes to Jed Allan in their social media posts, writing how much they will miss him and describing Allan as a great person and actor.
For a lot of Jed Allan’s fans, it seems like the whole era is gone, and they remember the times when they were watching him on the screens.
SANTA BARBARA's finale in 1993 was the worst day of my teen life! It was the best soap of all time and I watched every day after school for 7+ years thanks to the VCR, but I ditched school to watch the finale live. This was Jed and Judith's (CC & Sophia's) final scene. #JedAllan pic.twitter.com/NFveEslXTi— Zachary Paul (@ZacharySire) 10 March 2019
I just heard that Jed Allan, the former Don Craig on Days, passed on. Rest In Peace, my old friend. I loved working with you and will remember you with a smile in my heart.— Gloria Loring (@GloriaLoring) 11 March 2019
Farewell Jed Allan.— Rhett Bartlett (@dialmformovies) 10 March 2019
Looked after LASSIE for a couple seasons as Ranger Scott Turner.
Don Craig in DAYS OF OUR LIVES.
C C Capwall on SANTA BARBARA.
The father of Steve Sanders on BEVERLY HILLS, 90210.
Pops up in COLUMBO pilot ep helping Falk with Lee Grant's hoax kidnapping. pic.twitter.com/aAes1BNjrK
Rest in peace, Jed Allan, you will always be remembered by millions of people around the globe!