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Stuart Damon

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Stuart Damon was an actor best known for his 30-year starring role as Dr. Alan Quartermaine on the soap opera “General Hospital.”

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Just looked him up on Google tonight after watching Rogers & Hammerstein´s Cinderella. Fell in love with that prince then and all over again watching it tonight. So sorry for your loss and any suffering he may have endured.

May Stuart Damon R.i.h he was truly a legend and never will be forgotten Amen

My condolences to the Damon family! I loved Stuart Damon as Cinderella's handsome Prince, many decades ago. Many years later, I watched him play Alan Quartermaine in General Hospital. I had always hoped to see him perform in another musical movie. His singing voice was beautiful. I am sure that you are singing in the Heavens, Prince Stuart of Damon.

I remember Stuart Damon
when he
portrayed
the Prince
in Cinderella!!
He didsing
with and to
Lesley Ann Warren
who portrayed
Cinderella!!
I would
liked very much
to have met
Stuart Damon!!

Sorry for your loss Mr Damon was one of my favorite actors on GH. I watch the soap since I was a young teen. He inspired a lot of teens to become doctors

I first saw and fell in love with Stuart as a young girl watching him as Prince Charming in Cinderella with Lesley Ann Warren. My daughter and I watched together and we both loved him as Alan on General Hospital. He was such a positive and wonderful part of so many lives and he will be eternally loved and remembered. Rest In Peace!

Only know him from the champions tv series here in England. Good looking man and great actor, beautiful eyes .RIP

Our sincere condolences to the Damon family for the loss of their loved one; StuartDamon. The world was graced with such a noble man and stellar actor.

I'm 54 years old and started watching General Hospital in the second grade to impress a girl I had a crush on. I'm proud to say I have only missed a handful of episodes over the past four decades. Your father has made me laugh to tears and cry to same said tears. You should be so proud of him for giving his all to his craft. I cried when I learned of his passing as I am now. He will always hold a special place in my heart for forty years of fond memories he gave to me. Please accept my...