May 19 (UPI) -- Former As the World Turns actress Marnie Schulenburg has died.
Schulenburg died Tuesday in Bloomfield, N.J., following a battle with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer, her rep Kyle Luker told The Hollywood Reporter. She was 37.
Deadline confirmed the news.
Schulenburg is survived by her husband, Succession actor Mark Ravenhead, and their 2-year-old daughter, Coda. The actress announced her cancer diagnosis in May 2020, five months after Coda's birth.
Schulenberg played Alison Stewart on As the World Turns from 2007 to the show's cancellation in 2010. She was first introduced as the character in an episode of The Young and the Restless.
Her other roles included Jo Sullivan on One Life to Live and Peyton Adams on Tainted Dreams. She most recently appeared on The Good Fight and Divorce, and will have a posthumous role as Maggie Caysen in City on a Hill Season 3.
Schulenberg was born in Cape Cod, Mass., and started her acting career in theater. New York's 24 Hour Plays was among those to pay tribute to the actress on social media.
"Our hearts go out to family and friends of the late Marnie Schulenberg. Marnie performed many times in The 24 Hour Plays & Musicals, including as shown here in 'Rachel Said Sorry' captured in @ONSthemovie. We join you all, especially her husband Zack, in grieving this great loss," the theater company tweeted.