Marnie Schulenburg’s Husband Slams People Saying She ‘Lost’ Her Battle With Breast Cancer

The soap star who was in “As the World Turns” and “One Life to Live,” according to her representative, died on Tuesday, May 17, in a hospital in Bloomfield, New Jersey.

Marnie Schulenburg's Husband

The soap star, who appeared on ‘As the World Turns’ and ‘One Life to Live,’ died at a New Jersey hospital on May 17th, according to her representative. Marnie Schulenberg, 37, lost her battle with cancer. Two years after being diagnosed with stage-four metastatic breast cancer, the “One Life to Live” actress’ representative announced to The Hollywood Reporter that she passed away on Tuesday, May 17, at a hospital in Bloomfield, New Jersey.

Marnie’s husband, Zack Robidas, and their two-year-old daughter Coda are all that remain of her family. Because his wife had battled so hard for her life, the “Succession” actor urged that people should not refer to her death as “losing her battle.”

In a Facebook post, Zack expressed his thoughts “Please don’t state that Marnie succumbed to cancer, since she did not. It’s simply not the case here. Since she was diagnosed, I’ve been able to watch her fight cancer every day.” He went on to say the following about Marnie: “She’s awe-inspiring. Rather of being pessimistic about her prognosis, we decided to take a hopeful approach. We merely discussed the future, and then we went on our way. Even though I’m not sure if what we did was the correct thing, it was all we knew how to do.”

Despite being able to go home to be with her kid on Mother’s Day less than two weeks prior, actress Lisa Kudrow was concerned that she was only providing her daughter a “half-life version” of herself. On Instagram, she wrote: “I didn’t know if I would be able to spend Mother’s Day with my family. Despite being released from the hospital late on Friday night, I had to be taken home with an oxygen tank.”

A 38-year-old mother who is dependent on an oxygen tank isn’t ideal, Marnie said. “I aspire to be both strong and beautiful in order to serve others (Coda). As my mother taught me, I want to show her how to walk through this world with a spirit of compassion; strength; vivacity; humor; and joy. Because she’s just getting a half-life version of me, I feel like I’m settling for less than the best gift I can give her.”

However, the actress, who would have turned 38 on May 21st, was sure she would make it. Further, she stated: “On May 8, 2020, I received the devastating news that I had been diagnosed with breast cancer. As time goes on, my prospects of staying with her improve.”

“As a reminder, nothing is everlasting. Embracing your child’s flaws while also remembering that, as my mother did for me, the best thing you can do for them is to make them feel loved, protected, and supported “Marnie was the one who put pen to paper. “Take off the oxygen mask and focus on breathing.”

The actress, who began her career in 2007 as Alison Stewart in “As the World Turns,” has appeared in numerous primetime dramas, including “Blue Bloods,” “Army Wives,” “Royal Pains,” “Divorce,” and “The Good Fight.” She also just appeared in the show City on a Hill, on Showtime.

DeSales University’s Center Valley, Pennsylvania, campus was Marnie’s first stop after graduating from Barnstable High School in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, with a degree in drama.