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Canary appeared on “All My Children” from 1984-2011 and returned in 2013. He picked up five Daytime Emmys for his dual roles on the soap and was nominated many more times.
He was deliciously bad as Adam Chandler, the powerful head of the family that lived in fictional Pine Valley. He was always at loggerheads with the other baddie, Palmer Cortlandt. The sparks flew when he and Susan Lucci, who played reigning queen Erica Kane got together.
But Canary also played twin brother Stuart Chandler who was angelic and as good as Adam was bad and was the only one who could restrain Adam.
He also had a crossover appearance on ABC’s “One Life to Live.”
- Carmel Dagan
Previous | Image 1 of 4 | NextRainn Wilson, author of ‘The Bassoon King,’ November 13th, 2015.
Chicago – He may be Dwight Schrute of “The Office” forever in reruns, but he is also – according to his new memoir – “The Bassoon King.” Rainn Dietrich Wilson created the offbeat Schrute, and has had a diverse and high profile career. He was at the Yellow Box Theater in Naperville, Ill., recently, being interview by Chicago artist Tony Fitzpatrick, in an event sponsored by Anderson’s Bookshop.
Born in Seattle, Washington, Wilson’s family moved to the Chicago area during his high school years, and he attended New Trier High in Winnetka, Ill. He began his career after college in New York City, and made his on-screen acting debut in the soap opera “One Life to Live” in 1997, followed closely by his film debut in “Galaxy Quest” in 1999. He worked steadily in TV and film before landing the role »
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The CW’s Arrow and The Flash are going all-out for their second major crossover event (airing Dec. 1 and 2), which will launch the midseason spinoff DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and the efforts are earning high praise from their respective stars.
Former “One Life to Live” star Nathaniel Marston died on Wednesday at age 40, less that two weeks after being injured in a Nevada car crash. As the sad news sinks in, Marston’s former co-stars and colleagues are flooding social media with expressions of their grief. “I remember the love and warmth my former Oltl co-star showed me. Sending prayers to Nathaniel Marston’s family. Rip,” Tika Sumpter, who played Layla Williamson on the soap opera, wrote. “This is incredibly sad… Life is fragile. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of #NathanielMarston Rip,” The Young and the Restless” and “General. »
- Tim Kenneally
Tragedy has struck the daytime soap opera world today. It is being reported that Nathaniel Marston died following a car crash that took place 12 days ago. The 40 year old actor passed away due to injuries suffered in the crash. He is best known for his role as Al Holden on the ABC soap One Life to Live.
The car crash that took the life of Nathaniel Marston happened in Reno, Nevada. While he was still alive for 12 days following the crash, the prognosis grew from bad to worse shortly after he arrived at the hospital earlier this month. Nathaniel Marston's mother Elizabeth Jackson was at the scene with her son. She shared the sad news of his passing on her personal Facebook page. This is what she had to say, explaining the severity of her son's injuries.
"Dear family and friends, it is with a heavy heart that I share this devastating news. »
Nathaniel Marston, the soap opera star who was best known for playing Michael McBain on One Life to Live, died Wednesday. He was 40. Nathaniel Marston Dies Marston died this week following a severe car accident Oct. 30 that had left him paralyzed. His mother, Elizabeth Jackson, confirmed his death on Facebook. “Dear family and friends, […]
- Chelsea Regan
The single-car accident happened October 30 near Reno, Nevada, and left him in critical condition. His mother had the gut-wrenching job of breaking the news of his death, and here's the update she shared on Facebook:
Nathaniel Marston Update: November 11, 2015 - Dear family and friends, it is with a heavy heart that I share this...
Posted by Elizabeth Jackson on Wednesday, November 11, 2015
As she wrote, had her son survived, he would've required a ventilator, wouldn't have been able to speak, and would've lived as a quadriplegic. She knew her son better than anyone and said that's not a condition he would've wanted.
- Gina Carbone
So sad. One Life to Live star Nathaniel Marston has died at the age of 40, after a horrific car crash on Oct. 30 which left him in critical condition. The soap star suffered a broken neck, shoulder, ribs, five vertebrae, and other internal injuries when he was involved in a car crash which landed him in intensive care last month. And last night, on Wednesday, Nov. 11, his mother, Elizabeth Jackson, made the devastating announcement that despite fighting for his life for almost two weeks, her son [...] »
Nathaniel Marston, the former One Life to Live star who was put on life support following a devastating car crash late last month, died after succumbing to his critical condition in Reno, according to his family. He was 40. Marston's mother, Elizabeth Jackson, spread the news via Facebook on Wednesday night, writing in a heart-wrenching post that her son "was not able to continue due to the traumatic and devastating nature of his injuries," and that he "passed away peacefully" in her arms earlier that day.Marston fought for his life in intensive care for roughly two weeks after a single-car collision left him with a broken neck, shoulder, ribs, and collapsed lung. On the night of October 30, according to Et and the Nevada Highway Patrol, Marston had driven his blue 1985 Ford F-150 pickup into a dirt shoulder, causing it to spin, flip, and eject the actor from the »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
One Life To Live actor Nathaniel Marston, known for playing Michael McBain from 2004–07 and before that Al Holden from 2001-2003 has died today, following a car accident in late October. He was 40. The news was broken on Facebook by his mother. “My beloved and cherished son, Nathaniel Marston, who was putting up the good fight until last night was not able to continue due to the traumatic and devastating nature of his injuries,” she said. Marston was with his family when… »
Nathaniel Marston, an actor on “One Life to Live,” has died after being involved in a devastating car accident last month, his mother, Elizabeth Jackson, posted on Facebook Wednesday. He was 40. The crash occurred outside of Reno, Nevada, on Oct. 30. Marston was driving a 1985 Ford F-150 pickup, which drifted across lanes, landed in a dirt shoulder and overturned multiple times, the Nevada Department of Public Safety said in a statement. He was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the vehicle, authorities said. The accident left the ABC soap star with back injuries and his neck broken in several places, »
- Debbie Emery
His mother, Elizabeth, confirmed the news on Facebook.
“Dear family and friends, it is with a heavy heart that I share this devastating news,” she wrote. “My beloved and cherished son, Nathaniel Marston, who was putting up the good fight until last night was not able to continue due to the traumatic and devastating nature of his injuries. Nathaniel passed away peacefully as I held him in my arms.”
Marston had been in critical condition after the serious crash in Reno, Nevada, in which he suffered a broken neck and back.
He is survived by his mother and wife, »
- Variety Staff
One Life to Live star Nathaniel Marston has died at the age of 40 after sustaining injuries from a serious car accident in October. The actor, who is known for his six-year run as Michael McBain on the ABC soap opera, suffered from a broken back and broken neck, among other injuries, after being involved in a collision on Oct. 30 in Reno, Nev. Marston was in critical condition, fighting pneumonia, a heart infection and irregular pulse, and was believed to live out his life as a quadriplegic. His mother, Elizabeth Jackson, confirmed the tragic news of his death on Facebook earlier tonight. "It is with a heavy heart that I share this devastating news," she wrote. "My beloved and »
His mother, Elizabeth, confirmed her son’s passing in a Facebook post Wednesday evening. “It is with a heavy heart that I share this devastating news,” she wrote. “My beloved and cherished son… who was putting up the good fight until last night was not able to continue due to the traumatic and devastating nature of his injuries. Nathaniel passed away peacefully as I held him in my arms.”
Marston had been »
“One Life to Live” star Nathaniel Marston is expected to be paralyzed after being seriously injured in a car crash on Oct. 30. Marston underwent surgery on Nov. 4, but it did not go as planned and he will “most likely live out his life as a quadriplegic,” his mother, Elizabeth Jackson said Tuesday. “In the early morning hours of November 5 his heart stopped on two separate occasions requiring doctors to use an external pacemaker to regulate his heartbeat,” Jackson told Entertainment Tonight. “He remains in critical condition, fighting pneumonia, a heart infection and irregular pulse. The relatively positive prognosis which followed his previous surgery. »
- Debbie Emery
RelatedCastle Bosses: In Wake of a ‘Powerful Moment,’ Rick Is ‘Definitely Relieved’
Kassie DePaiva revealed on Twitter late Friday that she as well as former Oltl castmate Tuc Watkins are currently shooting an episode of Castle. Nathan Fillion, himself a Oltl alum, replied with his own thoughts on the mini-reunion:
22 years ago, I was 22 years old, and working my ass off with these two. Thanks for doing this, you guys. https://t.co »
Actor Nathaniel Martston, who is best known for playing Michael McBain on One Life to Live, was critically injured in a car accident over the weekend. Nathaniel Marston Critically Injured Marston’s mother, Elizabeth Jackson, announced her son’s devastating car crash on Facebook Saturday. In her post, Jackson revealed that Marston was on life support after […]
- Chelsea Regan
Nathaniel Marston, an actor best known for his six-year stint on the ABC soap opera “One Life to Live,” has made it through surgery but is only slowly beginning to recover, his mother posted on Facebook Tuesday morning. “While he made it through surgery he is being slow to wake up…” Elizabeth Jackson wrote. “He opened his eyes once at 5Am this morning… please pray for him to become more responsive.” On Monday night, Jackson announced that Marston’s doctors were “pleased with the result” of the surgery, but he remained in critical condition. Also Read: 'One Life to Live »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
His mother, Elizabeth Jackson, first posted about the accident, which apparently happened Friday night near Reno, Nev., on Saturday. “Please pray for my son Nathaniel Marston,” she wrote. “He was in a car accident last night and is in the intensive care on life support. Back and neck broken in several places. Other internal injuries. Please pray that he will recover and walk again.”
Jackson continued to provide updates throughout the weekend. On Sunday, she wrote that his prognosis looked bleak.
“If he lives he will be paralyzed from the neck down and will not breathe without a ventilator machine,” she wrote.
She also later added that his shoulder is broken, along with all of his ribs, and »
- Alex Stedman
Soap opera star Nathaniel Marston is currently in critical condition after a serious car accident in Reno, Nev., on Friday, Oct. 30. The actor, 40, who played Michael McBain on One Life to Live for six years, could potentially be paralyzed from the neck down following the accident. His mother, Elizabeth Jackson, posted about the incident on her Facebook page. “Please pray for my son Nathaniel Marston,” she began in her post on Saturday. “He was in a car accident last night and is in the intensive care [...] »
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