Robyn Bernard, General Hospital’s Terry Brock, Dead at 64

Actress Robyn Bernard, best known for her ’80s stint as aspiring singer Terry Brock on the ABC daytime drama General Hospital, has died. She was 64.

According to TMZ, Bernard’s body was found Tuesday in San Jacinto, Calif. A cause of death is pending.

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Bernard joined General Hospital in 1984 as Terry, the daughter of David Groh’s villainous D.L. Brock, and remained on the venerable ABC soap for six years before exiting in 1990.

As TVLine’s Matt Mitovich previously reminisced, Bernard’s General Hospital story arc kicked into high gearing during the semi-great Laurelton murder mystery, in which Terry was famously gaslit into thinking she had knifed to death a man named Neil Johnson, after which other bodies piled up. The ongoing mystery featured the reveal of why Terry had been banished from small-town Laurelton in the first place (involuntarily drugged, the face of Purity Water Company had strolled down Main Street naked, singing “His Way Is My Way”) and culminated with a deadly chase across Catalina Island, filmed on location.

Prior to landing GH, Bernard guest-starred on a number of primetime series, including Simon & Simon and The Facts of Life.

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