Actor Charles Keating, who is known for his Daytime Emmy winning role of Carl Hutchins on “Another World,” has passed away earlier this week, Serial Scoop has confirmed.
Born in October, 1941, in London, England, Keating originated the role of Carl in 1983, and would leave in 1985. He would return to the show in 1991 and play the part up until the show’s cancellation in 1999. His other soap roles included Niles Mason on “As the World Turns,” Damon Lazarre on “All My Children,” and James Ritchfield on “Port Charles.”
Keating took home the Daytime Emmy Award for “Lead Actor in a Drama Series” in 1996, and you can watch his Emmy winning speech below:
Aside from his soap roles, Keating also appeared on several other television programs, including “Xena: Warrior Princess,” and “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” as Zeus. He also appeared on Broadway, where one of his roles included “Loot by Joe Orton” in 1986.
We at The Buzz offer our sincerest condolences to Charles Keating’s family and friends. He is survived by his wife, Mary.
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I still remember this like it was yesterday. I remember jumping up and down when my favorite AW actor one, and what a wonderful speech. RIP, Mr. Keating. I will never forget your wonderful portrayal of Carl Hutchins.