Larkin Malloy Dies: ‘All My Children’ Alum & Acting Teacher Was 62

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Larkin Malloy, an actor, voice artist, acting teacher and announcer best known for appearing on various soap operas in the 1980s and ’90s including several seasons as Travis Montgomery on All My Children, has died of┬ácomplications from a heart attack. He was 62.

Malloy’s All My Children co-star Walt Willey, who played the brother of Larkin’s character, made the news public in a heartfelt Facebook post this afternoon.

Just got word that┬áLarkin Malloy, who played my brother “Travis” on All My Children, died of complications from a heart attack he suffered on Saturday. Larkin Malloy welcomed me like a brother when I joined the cast in 1987. We worked together, did appearances together, partied together, vacationed together. He was an “actor’s actor”, spending many years teaching the craft, and a gentleman in the old world style. We spent many hours together, both on set and off, and truly were “Irish brothers from another mother.” Tommy, you will be missed. Love you, brother. ‘For in that sleep of death, what dreams may come’ Hamlet

Born in New York City, Malloy began his acting career in 1974 and went on to star in the soap operas Loving, The Edge of Night and Guiding Light as well as All My Children. He also served as the announcer for As the World Turns and appeared on an episode of Law & Order, and in Adam Sandler’s Big Daddy, among many other credits. In recent years, he worked as a private acting coach, and continued to do voice over work in TV and on radio.

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