Marnie Schulenburg Biography: Real Age, Height, Family, Husband, Children, Net Worth, Cause Of Death

Marnie Schulenburg (May 21, 1984 – May 17, 2022) was an American actress known for her role as Alison Stewart on the CBS soap opera As the World Turns, which aired from 2007 to 2010. She was born in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

She graduated from Barnstable High School in 2002, where she participated in musicals and sang in the vocal jazz ensemble. Not only that, but she also took dance and voice lessons at the Cape Cod Conservatory.

In 2006, she graduated in May from DeSales University in Center Valley, Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in the theater where she was involved in acting, musical theater, the classics, and William Shakespeare.

In September of that same year, she moved to New York City and started auditioning for acting roles, and joined the Dramatists Guild of America, where she took part in play reading and has also participated in The Flux Theatre Ensemble. She appeared in the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival theater productions of As You Like It (2006) and The Young and the Restless on February 22, 2007, and later debuted on As the World Turns the following month.

She made her debut in the romantic comedy Made for Each Other (2009). Likewise, she had guest roles on the television shows Fringe, Divorce, Manhattan Love Story, Army Wives, Canterbury’s Law, Elementary, and Blue Bloods.

Furthermore, She appeared in Amazon Prime Video’s series Alpha House as Crystal in the last two episodes of its first season. Schulenburg played Sherry Tanner in three episodes of the comedy-drama series Royal Pains. Schulenburg remained with As the World Turns until its final episode on September 17, 2010, becoming the longest-tenured actor in the role of Alison. For her portrayal of Alison, She earned a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in the category of Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series in 2010.

She appeared in the documentary film One Night Stand (2011), was cast as Jo Sullivan on ABC’s soap opera One Life to Live in 2013, began portraying ambitious actress Peyton Adams on Tainted Dreams in 2014 and  In April 2019, she made a guest star appearance as Stacy on CBS’s The Good Fight.

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Real Age of Marnie Schulenburg

Marnie was born on May 21, 1984, which means her real age a the time of her death which happened on May 17, 2022, was 37 years.

Marnie Schulenburg Height

Marnie Schulenburg was 5 ft 8 inches tall but her weight was unknown.

Marnie Schulenburg Family

Richard Schaal(father) and Mother Beverly Adams were Marnie’s parents. Her siblings were Gus and Allan. Gus is a playwright and Allan, is a music teacher.

Marnie Schulenburg husband

Marnie Schulenburg dated his fellow actor Zack Robidas for 10 years and got married on September 15, 2013. Zack is known for his work in ‘Succession’ and ‘Sorry for Your Loss. Robidas is a native of Berks County, Pennsylvania, and graduated from DeSales University in Center Valley, Pennsylvania. It is rumored that their love affair may have started from there. The couple had a daughter Coda Jones on December 12, 2019.

Marnie and Zack in a family portrait photo with daughter Coda

Marnie’s children

Coda Jones who was born on December 12, 2019, is the only child Marnie Schulenburg had. Cody is 3years old.

Coda Jones and mother Marnie

Marnie Schulenburg Networth

Marnie Schulenburg had an estimated net worth of $3 million at the time of her demise. An amount she is reported to have made from her short but successful acting career. It is heartbreaking that she had to go so soon.

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Marnie Schulenburg Cause of death

In May 2020, Schulenburg revealed that she had been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, which doctors mistook for a mastitis diagnosis that is common to new mothers. Metastatic breast cancer is aggressive, affects younger women, and disguises itself as a breastfeeding infection. On May 17, 2022, four days after her 38th birthday she died from the disease at a hospital in Bloomfield, New Jersey.


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