Actors Reacts To Agnes Nixon's Death
Actors Reacts To Agnes Nixon's Death

Agnes Nixon, the 93-year-old All My Children creator died. Lots of stars reacted to this sad news.

Bryan Cranston wrote on Twitter that he expresses thanks to her. Thankfully to the author, Bryan got his first break in Hollywood. Cranston described Agnes as “kind” and “talented”. She gave him a start 33 years ago on “Loving”.

Agnes also was referred to as the Queen of Soaps. Susan Lucci performed one of the famous characters on Children (Erica Kane). She also shared a touching tribute on social media. The actress says she is devastated to hear the news. Lucci says she admired and adored Nixon. Besides, Susan stresses that she is very grateful to the author.

Josh Duhamel also felt influence of this woman. He wrote that he is thankful everyday for All My Children and his character which marked Josh’s first shot.

2016-09-29

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