Tuesday, July 24, 2012

RIP MIchael Lipton

Michael Lipton, 86, of Englewood, New Jersey, died on February 10 at The Lillian Booth Actors Home of The Actors Fund in Englewood.

Born in in Queens, N.Y., Lipton is well known to soap opera fans for his roles as Neil Wade in AS THE WORLD TURNS, Dr. Stan Kurtz in SOMERSET, and Augustus Harper in ONE LIFE TO LIVE.

Lipton left AS THE WORLD TURNS in 1967 after a five-year run to devote more time to his love for the theater. The show killed the character of Neil off leaving Penny Hughes Baker Wade (Rosemary Prinz) a widow for a second time in five years, each time just after the man she loved finally found their niche in life. With Neil, his was his success retail venture running the bookstore.

Lipton returned to soaps but managed to fill his resume over the years with numerous Broadway, Off-Broadway and Regional theater productions including "Loose Ends," "Inquest," "Wake Up, Darling" and "Caesar and Cleopatra."

Lipton is survived by nephews and nieces.

Arrangements were by Eden Memorial Chapels, Fort Lee.

LIPTON, Michael
Born: 4/27/1925, Queens, New York, U.S.A.
Died: 2/10/2012, Englewood, New Jersey, U.S.A.

Michael Lipton's westerns - actor:
The Restless Gun (TV) - 1959 (Arch Tatum)
Buckskin (TV) - 1958-1959 (Ben Newcomb)
Wanted: Dead or Alive (TV) - 1960 (Arthur Pierce Madison)

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