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Hollywood Mourns Death Of Soap Opera Icon Agnes Nixon

Refresh for updates… Today’s death of One Life to Live and All My Children creator Agnes Nixon is a huge blow to the soap opera world, as evidenced by the outpouring of tributes from Hollywood and beyond. Here a sampling of remembrances from friends, colleagues and many others: Bob Iger, Disney chairman and CEO:  "It is with a heavy heart I mourn the passing of television pioneer Agnes Nixon, someone I was proud to call a friend.
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