TV actor Jed Allan no more

Jed Allan

Jed Allan

Actor Jed Allan, who built a long career in soap operas and other media as a family patriarch, died Saturday. according to his son's post on Facebook.

The actor is also known to prime time serial fans for his run as Rush Sanders, Steve's (Ian Ziering) dad on Beverly Hills 90210.

Fresh from mourning his co-star Luke Perry, 'Ziering wrote: So sad to hear we've lost another 90210 castmate. He played CC Capwell, Eden's father, and was an inspiration, professional, kind, funny, fierce and generous. Such a great guy to work with, he will be missed.

Allan's on-screen son, 90210 star Ian Ziering, also posted a loving tribute to Instagram.

Our condolences go out to Jed Allan's family and friends.

Jed Allan was survived by his three sons, Mitch, Dean, and Rick. "Thank you for all who are part of this wonderful tribute to my dad on Facebook", Brown wrote. I LOVED working with him, as did everyone else who got the chance. Jed was already a star by then, and he was as warm and articulate and charming as anyone I'd ever met. His final acting role was in the online series The Bay from 2011 to 2012.

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Born on March 1, 1935, Allan's first soap roles came in 1964 as Ace Hubbard and Paul Britton, respectively, on Roy Winsor's CBS series Love of Life and Secret Storm.

"We've lost one of the really good ones", Hall captioned a video clip of her and Allan in an emotional scene from "Days".

While a third person added: I loved Jed Allen as Don Craig and C.C. Capwell he done a great job as both characters.

In 2004, the actor joined "General Hospital" in a temporary role as Edward Quartermaine.

He was on "Santa Barbara" from 1985-93, and on "Beverly Hills, 90210", from 1994-99.

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