Elizabeth Hubbard, an actress whose name became synonymous with the iconic characters she portrayed on television, has left an indelible mark on the entertainment industry. Renowned for her compelling performances as Lucinda Walsh on “As the World Turns” and Dr. Althea Davis on “The Doctors,” Hubbard’s talent and dedication captivated audiences for decades.

Tragically, on Monday, April 10, 2023, Hubbard’s son, Jeremy Bennett, delivered the heartbreaking news of her passing. In a poignant Facebook post accompanied by a photo of his mother adorned in a vibrant red dress, Bennett conveyed his profound sorrow, announcing, “I’m sorry to say with a broken heart mi mum passed over the weekend. Thank you for being an unmovable rock that guided me through life. I will try to honour your memory for as long as I live.” While the cause of Hubbard’s death was not disclosed, her departure from this world came at the age of 89, leaving behind a legacy that will endure through the ages.

On that same solemn Monday, Martha Byrne, who portrayed Hubbard’s on-screen daughter, shared a heartfelt tribute to her beloved TV mother. Commencing her poignant reflection with the somber revelation of Hubbard’s passing, Byrne emphasized the profound impact Hubbard had on her legion of fans. “As many of you are finding out this morning, Elizabeth Hubbard passed away,” Byrne solemnly declared before delving into her personal connection with the esteemed actress.

Byrne’s tribute extended beyond mere professional admiration, offering a glimpse into the deep bond she shared with Hubbard. Expressing the ineffable nature of her feelings towards Hubbard, Byrne conveyed, “There aren’t words to describe how much she meant to me. Only feelings, which override words in so many cases when it comes to love.” Her poignant words echoed the sentiments of countless admirers who had been touched by Hubbard’s unparalleled talent and warmth.

Throughout her illustrious career, Hubbard garnered acclaim and recognition, earning an impressive 11 daytime Emmy nominations. Her outstanding portrayal of Dr. Althea Davis earned her an Emmy win in 1974, while her role in “First Ladies Diaries: Edith Wilson” secured another Emmy triumph in 1967. Hubbard’s dedication to her craft and her ability to infuse truth and honesty into her performances endeared her to audiences worldwide.

As the entertainment industry mourns the loss of a true luminary, Hubbard’s legacy as a trailblazing actress and a beloved figure remains etched in the annals of television history. Though she may have departed this world, her influence will continue to resonate, inspiring future generations of performers to strive for excellence.

Elizabeth Hubbard is survived by her son, Jeremy Bennett. In her memory, may she rest in peace, her spirit forever immortalized in the hearts of those who cherished her.