‘General Hospital’ actress found dead in ‘open field,’ sheriff’s office says

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Former “General Hospital” actress Robyn Bernard was found dead in an “open field,” according to authorities in California. She was 64.

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Office said Bernard died Tuesday after her body was found behind a business in San Jacinto, California. The actress’ cause of death was not revealed, though RCSO told Nexstar Friday that there was no evidence of foul play.

Bernard as Terry with GH stepmom Jackie Zeman (Bobbie).

Bernard was known for playing Terry Brock on the daytime soap opera for six seasons. According to IMDB, Bernard was featured in 145 episodes from 1984 to 1990.

Variety reported that the actress also appeared in the French miniseries “Maigret” in 1992 and in a Gallic film entitled “Kings for a Day” in 1997.

Her final on-screen performance was in 2002’s “Voices from the High School,” where she played a psychologist. After that role, she retired from acting and moved to San Jacinto.

Bernard was born in Gladewater, Texas.

RCSO says an investigation into Bernard’s death is ongoing.

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