Jack Axelrod Death

Jack Axelrod Death, ‘General Hospital’ Star, dead at 93

Actor Jack Axelrod, famous artist for playing mob boss Victor Jerome on General Hospital, has died. Axelrod was famous in various shows and films, like Grey’s Anatomy, Hancook, and others.

On January 25, 1930,  he was born in LA. Axelrod worked as a corporal in the US Army.

Jack Axelrod death

On November 28 in Los Angeles, Axelrod died of natural causes. His representative, Jennifer Garland, reported at a US-based media outlet. Jennifer Garland has spent much outdoor time with Jack and discussed his likes and dislikes. Jack loved to sketch, read newspapers, and sing Shakespearean sonnets.

In 1987, Axelrod performed the role of Victor Jerome on General Hospital for 40 episodes. In Grey’s Anatomy, Jack played the role of a patient named Charlie Yost and an Electrolarynx Guy in My Name Is Earl.

His famous television shows are Dallas, Alias, Hill Street Blues, Dynasty, Outlaws, Modern Family, Night Court, Everybody Loves Raymond, Frasier, Malcolm in the Middle, Scrubs, Starving, Baskets, Speechless, Ray Donovan and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

He was also a member of the theatre faculty at the University of Wisconsin, the University of Michigan, Boston University, Penn State, Temple University, Cal State Northridge, CalArts, and Brandeis University. He also performed as a guest instructor at the Aaron Speiser Acting Studio in LA. Axelrod greatly impacted the theatre, television, and film industries.


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