Broadway Veteran Judy Lewis Passes Away at 76
According to published reports, Broadway veteran Judy Lewis passed away on November 25 from cancer. She was 76 years old.
Lewis starred in the Broadway production of MARY, MARY in 1964. Her other credits include appearances on TV serials such as General Hospital, Kitty Foyle, The Brighter Day, The Doctors. Ms. Lewis had her longest running serial role on The Secret Storm as Susan Ames from 1964 - 1971. She also produced the short-lived Another World spin-off, Texas and was a script writer for NBC Daytime's Search for Tomorrow.
In 1958, Lewis guest starred in the episode entitled "Attack" of the syndicated western series Mackenzie's Raiders, starring Richard Carlson. In 1960, she guest starred as a girlfriend of a U.S. Navy officer in the episode "Tiger Blood" of the syndicated series The Blue Angels. In the 1961-1962 television season, she appeared as Connie Masters, an employee of the Wells Fargo office in Stillwater, Oklahoma, in the NBC western television series The Outlaws. In 1975, she guest starred in the short-lived CBS family drama, Three for the Road.