On-screen character John Callahan, most popular for his jobs on the daytime dramas "All My Children" and "Santa Barbara," passed on Saturday morning in the wake of enduring a gigantic stroke. He was 66. Callahan's previous spouse and "AMC" driving woman Eva LaRue shared the news on Instagram. "May Flights of Angels Wing You to Your Rest my Dear Friend. Your greater than life, gregarious character will leave an opening in our souls everlastingly," she composed.
"We are crushed My extraordinary companion, co parent accomplice, and cherishing father to Kaya. That enormous gut chuckle, love squeezes, terrible plays on words, capacity to orchestrate to any melody, extraordinary kitchen table singing-fests, and two steppin boss! 'Johnny Numbers', my All My Children cleanser stud, the incredible time guardian, Beatles enthusiast ( I wish to God we could return to 'Yesterday')."
Callahan and LaRue were hitched in 1996 until 2005 and have a 18-year-old little girl together, Kaya McKenna, whom LaRue proceeded to make reference to in her post. "Kaya and I are past down and out, so staggered, sorry that my considerations are a wreck. You gave the best most flawlessly composed tributes, and I am at a total speechlessness right now for you. I trust Heaven has baseball and that your group consistently wins! The Yankees has recently lost their greatest Fan." Most popular to cleanser fans as Edmund Gray on "AMC" and Craig Hunt on "Santa Barbara," Callahan additionally showed up on "Days of Our Lives" and "General Hospital," alongside the 1980s primetime cleanser "Bird of Falcon Crest." A representative for Callahan revealed to SoapHub that paramedics reacted to a call and quickly shipped the entertainer to a medical clinic in Rancho Mirage, California, outside of Palm Springs where he was put in a coma. LaRue and her little girl were advised and surged from Los Angeles to his side.