Helmut Huber, husband of Suzanne Lucci, has died at the age of 84, it was reported Wednesday morning.
The Austrian-born producer and TV director died Monday in Long Island, New York.
The couple have been married since 1969 and have two children together, Lisa Huber, 47, and Andreas Huber, 34.
“He was an extraordinary husband, father, grandfather, and friend,” said the series’ star actor. the people.
Helmut’s death is a great loss to all who knew and loved him. A statement from Lucci’s publicist, Jessica Scachetano, said he was an extraordinary husband, father, grandfather and friend.
Added “Family kindly asks for privacy during this very difficult time.”
Although the family did not disclose the cause of his death, they requested that in lieu of flowers, contributions could be made to the American Stroke Association to support stroke awareness and research.
A sad loss: Helmut Huber, husband of Susan Lucci, died Monday at the age of 84, it was reported Wednesday morning. Seen in 2017 in New York City
Long Love: The couple have been married since 1969 and have two children together, Lisa Huber and Andreas Huber
A representative of the family said:[He was] A family man, he was a loyal friend, and [he] I love them deeply.
With his boisterous sense of humor, larger-than-life personality, and practical problem-solving, he lived his life to the fullest. Previously racing motorcycles in Austria, Mr. Huber was a first-class skier, and avid golfer, affiliated with Garden City Golf Club and Westhampton Country Club.
A sad loss: Helmut’s death is “a tragic loss for everyone who knew and loved him. He was an extraordinary husband, father, grandfather and friend,” a statement from Lucci’s publicist, Jessica Scachetano, said.
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Hopper is survived by Susan, whom he married in 1969, and his two sons and two daughters, as well as his brother, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Born in October 1937 in Austria, Huber used to race motorcycles and was a passionate skater. During his life, he was asked to join the Austrian ski team. However, he completed his apprenticeship at the Maria Theresia Hotel, which has four ski slopes nearby.
He later studied at L’Ecole Hoteliere, a hospitality and hotel management company, in Lausanne, Switzerland. Fox News reported that he was at the head of his class.
He later became an American citizen in 1994. He moved to North America at the age of 21, and began his career in Canada before heading to New York at the age of 23.
The Austrian reported that he improved his English by watching the films of John Wayne and Humphrey Bogart, Fox News mentioned.
He went on to work as Lucci’s manager and CEO for Pine Valley Productions.
The couple met while working at the Garden City Hotel on Long Island, New York when Susan was 22 and just graduated from college.
Lucci said in 2020: “I was really lucky to have married someone who is smart and handsome, who is very confident and has a great sense of humor, and fortunately he was not only supportive, which is a beautiful word. . He was with me, really with me practically and there. It was really a rock, and I got lucky because how do I know what’s going on? I was 22 years old.
Hopper had a similar feeling about his wife, telling People in 1999: “The first time I saw Susie, it shocked me. Still today, you walk into a room, and I just light up.
In December, she turned 75.
She was seen having dinner with her husband the night before at their favorite restaurant.
“Just the night before my birthday,” Siren wrote in the caption.
It was true love: The couple met while working at the Garden City Hotel in Long Island, New York when Susan was in her early twenties and had just graduated from college. “The first time I saw Susie, it shocked me,” he told People in 1999. “Still today, you walk into a room, and I just light up.” seen in 1980
The star is best known for portraying Erica Kane in the ABC daytime drama All My Children during the entire show network that ran from 1970 to 2011.
The show won her an Emmy in May 1999; It was her nineteenth nomination.
After the show was canceled by ABC, the actress appeared on the comedy series Hot In Cleveland playing the role.
She also starred in the ABC comedy-drama series Devious Maids from 2013 to 2016.
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TV vet: The star is best known for portraying Erica Kane on the ABC daytime drama All My Children during the entire show network running from 1970 to 2011. Seen left with Elaine Letchworth, right
Lucci is also known for her pinup personality.
She often showed off her hot body on Instagram, much to the delight of her 191k loyal followers.
The brunette bombshell wore her white one-piece swimsuit while walking on the beach during vacation in 2020. “Good morning, St. Barth,” the New York native wrote.
10: Lucci is also still known for her pinup character. She often showed off her hot body on Instagram, much to the delight of her 191k loyal followers. The brunette bombshell wore a white one-piece swimsuit while walking on the beach during vacation in 2020. “Good morning, St. Barth,” the New York native wrote.
“Twitter geek. Proud troublemaker. Professional student. Total zombie guru. Web specialist. Creator.”