Two former co-stars are creating a reboot of Beverly Hills, 90210.

Cleaning soap opera star Jed Allan died on Saturday in Palm Desert, California, on the age of 84, in accordance with a put up made by his son Rick Brown to a Fb fan web page group devoted to Allan and the Each day Mail.

“So sorry to put up the very unhappy information of my father’s passing tonight,” Brown wrote. “He died peacefully and was surrounded by his household and cherished a lot by us and so many others. Thanks for all who’re a part of this glorious tribute to my dad on Fb.”

The group known as “The Official Jed Allan Fan Web page.”

The actor is thought for his roles as Don Craig in “Days of Our Lives,” Rush Sanders – Steve Sanders’ dad – on “Beverly Hills, 90210,” and Capwell on “Santa Barbara.”

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The primary main function Allan landed was in 1963 with “Normal Hospital,” in accordance with Folks journal. He additionally appeared on “Lassie” and “The Secret Storm” earlier than touchdown his function on “Days of Our Lives” in 1971. He joined “Santa Barbara” in 1986 after which “Beverly Hills, 90210” in 1994.

Allan was married to spouse Toby Brown, who died in 2001. He’s survived by three sons.

In line with his fan web page, Allan was born in New York and retired in California. When he retired he started to often direct native theater. Previous to appearing, Allan drove a cab in New York and labored at a small radio station till he began doing off-Broadway productions.

Allan’s demise follows the demise of one other “90210” actor, Luke Perry, who died March four on the age of 52.


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