Jacklyn Zeman is an American actress, well known for her role as Bobbie Spencer on the daytime soap opera General Hospital.
She was born on 6th March 1953, in Englewood, New Jersey. However, she grew up in Bergen County, New Jersey. Therefore, she died at the age of 70 years.
Education of Jacklyn Zeman
Information concerning her education is not open to the public. Therefore, the specific career of her education is not clear, although she has had a successful career in the entertainment industry.
She started her career in entertainment as a dancer, performing in various Broadway shows and touring productions. However, she made her first hit in the year 1976 on the TV series The Edge of Night. Moreover, in 1977, she joined the cast of General Hospital, where she played the role of Bobbie Spencer on and off for over four decades.
Additionally, she has appeared in many other TV shows, such as One Life to Live, Port Charles, and The Bay. However, she also made appearances in films like Mother’s Day (1980) and A Fever in the Blood (1961).
Away from acting, she is involved in charitable organizations, such as the American Cancer Society and the Alzheimer’s Association.
Husband to Jacklyn Zeman
So, she has been married twice. First, she got married to Steve Gribbin who was a real estate developer, in the year 1985. They divorced in 2007 after 22 years of marriage.
Again, she got married to Glenn Gordon, in the year 2010. Gordon is a former CEO of a health and wellness company.
In her first marriage, they were blessed with two children, a son called Landon and a daughter called Cassidy.
Death of Jacklyn Zeman
On May 11th, 2023, Zeman’s passing was announced on Twitter by Frank Valentini saying,” On behalf of our general Hospital family, I am heartbroken to announce the passing of our beloved Jackie Zeman. Just like her character, the legendary Bobbie Spencer, she was a bright light and true professional that brought so much positive energy with her to work. She first joined the ABC sudser in 1977 and appeared in more than 800 episodes. She was a five-time Daytime Emmy nominee — four for GH and one for starring in The Bay as Sofia Madison”.