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Stuart Damon
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Full Name

Stuart Michael Zonis

Birthdate

February 5, 1937

Birthplace

New York City, New York, USA

Spouse

Deirdre Ann Ottewill (1961-present)

Children

3

Occupation

Actor

Years Active

1979-2013

Stuart Damon's daytime career in 1979 when he was cast as Alan Quarteramine on General Hospital. Damon would play the role until 2007 when the show decided to kill Alan off but he continued to appear as a ghost until late 2008. In 2011, Damon returned to GH for two episodes as a part of a fantasy sequence. After leaving GH in 2008, Damon made guest appearances on As the World Turns and Days of our Lives. Damon returned to GH in April 2013 when the show celebrated it's 50th Anniversary.

Personal LifeEdit

Damon has been married to Deirdre Ann Ottewill since 03/12/1961. They have two children: Jennifer and Christopher. Damon and his wife adopted their grandson, Alexander.

SoapographyEdit

  • Alan Quartermaine on General Hospital (05/13/1979-12/23/2008; 08/26/2011-08/29/2011; 11/05/2012; 04/01/2013-04/02/2013)
  • Alan Quartermaine on Port Charles (various appearances from 1999-2000; 2001; 2002)
  • Ralph Manzo on As the World Turns (09/15/2009-10/30/2009; 08/23/2010-08/25/2010)
  • Governor Jim Ford on Days of our Lives (2010)

Awards and NominationsEdit

Daytime Emmy Awards

YEAR CATEGORY CHARACTER/SERIES W/N
1982 Lead Actor Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital N
1983 Lead Actor Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital N
1984 Lead Actor Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital N
1991 Supporting Actor Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital N
1996 Supporting Actor Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital N
1997 Supporting Actor Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital N
1999 Supporting Actor Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital W

Soap Opera Digest Awards

YEAR CATEGORY CHARACTER/SERIES W/N
1988 Outstanding Comic Actor - Daytime Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital N
1989 Outstanding Comic Actor - Daytime Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital N
1990 Outstanding Comic Actor - Daytime Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital N
1992 Outstanding Supporting Actor - Daytime Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital N
1993 Outstanding Supporting Actor Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital N
1996 Outstanding Supporting Actor Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital W
1999 Favorite Veteran Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital W
Preceded by
Steve Burton (1998)
Supporting Actor Winner
1999
Succeeded by
Shemar Moore (2000)

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