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Chrishell Stause’s Heartfelt Farewell to ‘All My Children’ Co-Star Billy Miller: ‘I Hope You Are at Peace’

Billy Miller, Chrishell Stause’s late co-star, is being remembered.

Miller passed away on Friday in Austin, Texas, at the age of 43. He was best known for his appearances in the serial operas The Young and the Restless and General Hospital.

The Daytime Emmy Award winner passed away on Friday in Austin.

Miller was reportedly “struggling with ‘ manic depression’ when he died.” The reason for death was not given in detail.

Stause, 42, a star of Selling Sunset, collaborated with Miller when the Daytime Emmy Award winner joined the soap opera as Richie Novak in 2007. From 2005 until 2011, Stause portrayed Amanda Dillon.

Stause sent a heartfelt homage to her “friend” and former co-star on Instagram on Sunday, the actor’s 44th birthday.

The actress said that she was still “processing” the news of Miller’s demise beside a picture of him kissing her on the cheek on a red carpet and a picture of him with the words, “Billy Miller 1979-2023,” scribbled over it.

Too many emotions, but I’m glad I got to work with you for all those years and I’m also glad to call you a friend. You left us too soon. Stause said, “I hope you are at peace now.

His Eileen Davidson, a co-star on The Young and the Restless, also paid homage on social media and shared a flashback photo of the two at the 2014 Emmys, when they both received trophies.

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The former member of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills sent a message on X (formerly known as Twitter) on Sunday that said, “I’m so sad to hear of Billy Miller’s passing.” “Those of us who were fortunate enough to have him in our lives were all left with enduring impressions of his contagious charm and kindness. I’m going to miss that sly smile. I adore you, Billy.

Miller also had a starring role in General Hospital on ABC, where he debuted in 2014 as Jake Doe. He then replaced Steve Burton in the character of Jason Morgan from 2016 to 2017, then when Burton returned to the show, he played Morgan’s twin, Drew Cain, for two seasons.

On Saturday, Michael Fairman TV broke the news of Miller’s passing.

Also Read: Billy Miller dead at 43 Just Two Days Before his Birthday



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