The Tragic Death Of Ryan’s Hope Actor Michael Levin

Michael Levin was a staple in the soap opera world. From 1978 to 1980, Levin scored a Daytime Emmy nomination for outstanding actor in “Ryan’s Hope,” per The Hollywood Reporter. In 2010, he ranked as number 24 on We Love Soaps’ list of the 50 Greatest Soap Actors of all time.

While Levin was dedicated to his work as an actor, he still had some difficult moments. In a 1978 interview with Daytimers Magazine (via Ryan’s Bar Online), he revealed, “To say that I am perfectly happy is a little too strong. I am very happy acting, and I am very happy when I am working. But that is only when I am working. I also find that about ninety percent of what is available for an actor isn’t all that good.”

Amidst these challenges, there’s no doubt that Levin was beloved on screen. Fans took to Twitter to pay tribute to the star. One user wrote, “RIP Michael Levin ! Condolences to your family & friends at this time . Thank you for sharing your talents with the world. God bless your soul.” Another person tweeted, “I absolutely loved Michael’s performances on RH. One of my all-time favorites.”

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