‘Days of Our Lives’ star Rhonda Stubbins White dead at 60

TV actress Rhonda Stebbins-White has passed away. She was 60 years old.

A director of White confirmed her death to People magazine, and a friend later published a statement about her transfer to the star’s Facebook account.

“To Friends of Rhonda: It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of my dear friend Rhonda Stebbins-White. She was an amazingly talented woman, full of positivity and energy, grounded in her faith. We were all fortunate to have known her and shared her short time on this earth,” read the caption by her boyfriend Todd Baker.

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White’s manager did not immediately respond to a Fox News request for comment, but did tell the magazine that the actress died on Monday after battling cancer. Baker said the memorial is in the process of being planned with a possible live broadcast from Zoom.

Her manager Rhonda Stebbins-White said she was battling cancer.
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White has been on TV since the 1990s. She made her small screen debut in “Here and Now” and also starred in “Lauren Avenue”.

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Rhonda Stebbins-White attends the Los Angeles special "tumor in the system" at Los Angeles Film School on January 12, 2012.

Rhonda Stebbins-White attends the premiere of “Tumor It’s In The System” in Los Angeles on January 12, 2012.
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In addition to playing the recurring role as Lady Vi on “Days of Our Lives,” White has also appeared in “ER,” “Touched by an Angel,” “NYPD Blue,” “Chicago Hope,” and “Charmed.” She also had a guest role in “Shameless” in 2019 and starred in “Ruthless” directed by Tyler Perry.


According to The Hollywood Reporter, Wyatt is survived by her siblings Gregory and Annette.

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