At the age of 48, an American actor best known for his work on “All My Children” passes away.

Actor Jeffrey Carlson rose to fame thanks to the ground-breaking role he performed in the serial opera “All My Children.” He first joined the show’s cast in 2006, portraying the role of male rock star Zarf. Later, his transsexual identity was revealed, and for the duration of his appearance on the show, he was given the name Zoe.

In addition to his work on “All My Children,” Carlson has also made appearances in a variety of other films and television programs, including 2005’s “Hitch” and 2007’s “The Killing Floor.”

The actor who was 48 years old has tragically departed suddenly, according to a Carlson representative. His family stated in a statement that his formal cause of death has not yet been determined and won’t be for four to six weeks.

In a statement about her brother’s passing, Carlson’s sister, Elizabeth Carlson Gingras, also confirmed that he died on July 6, 2023. She explained, “My handsome, brilliant, and EXTREMELY talented brother Jeffrey Carlson has gone to be with our brother Gregory Carlson in heaven.”

She said, “I don’t know why this has happened. I do, however, know that I will always cherish our jokes and our passionate love for one another. His influence on so many people makes it difficult to adequately describe how special he was. My heart isn’t in the right place to offer Jeffrey the words he needs, despite how much I want to. You have my unwavering love, my wonderful brother. 6/23/1975-7/06/2023.”

“All My Children” paid respect to Carlson on social media after learning of his passing.

Watch the video below to learn more about Carlson’s life, death and his groundbreaking role on “All My Children.”


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