Robyn Griggs, regarded for her position withinside the NBC cleaning soap opera Another World, has died following a cervical most cancers diagnosis, as shown to USA Today. She becomes 49.
The actress’ Facebook web page made the declaration on Saturday (Aug. 13), writing, “With a heavy heart, I am saddened to announce Robyn’s passing. However, she is not struggling and could need us to take into account that and the best memories.”
They continued, “I will in no way overlook how open she becomes to telling her tale, and accepting of me assisting her to inform it. She desired to assist human beings and unfold the phrase of her tale to do it. I become commemorated to do so. RIP my friend, I love you and smile once I consider you.”
Griggs become open approximately her degree 4 diagnosis, which she first located out approximately in 2020. In a Facebook publication from the final month, she up to date her fans, revealing she had 4 new tumors.
“Unfortunately, I have four new tumors. 2 new tumors on my liver, one on stomach muscle and the big one on a proper aspect lymph node,” she wrote. “So in ache and I visit chemo Monday am.
I informed them of something it takes. I’m in for the fight. I’ll be very sore, nauseous, etc, however, who knows, perhaps it works and relieves a few aches. You in no way know. Please preserve the one's prayers coming. Hugs to all!!!”
The web page was published once more on Aug. 11, saying Griggs could be stepping into hospice care. While inquiring for prayers, they wrote, “She has fought with determination, strength, and style this is not anything brief of inspirational.”
Griggs is greatly regarded for her cleaning soap opera roles as Stephanie Hobart in ABC’s One Life to Live, wherein she starred from 1991 to 1992, and Maggie Cory in Another World from 1993 to 1995.
Fellow cleaning soap opera friends were grieving the actress in addition to fellow Another World supermegacelebrity Anne Heche, who tragically surpassed final week. Alla Korot, who performed Jenna in Another World from 1991 to 1992, remembered each woman.