Bobbi Jordan, Actress Known for General Hospital, More
Jordan also co-stared on primetime series and guest starred on many others.
Bobbi Jordan, an actress best known for the role of Terri Webber Arnett on the long-running daytime drama General Hospital, died November 9, 2012, at her home in Encinitas, California. She was 75.
A native of Kentucky, Jordan began her career in the 1960s with guest appearances on such series as The Man from U.N.C.L.E., The Wild, Wild West and Ironside.
She spent three years on General Hospital in the ’70s and later was a regular cast member of the primetime series Turnabout and Joe and Sons. In addition, she had guest shots on such other shows, including Love, American Style, Barbary Coast, The Odd Couple, Charlie’s Angels, Diff’rent Strokes, One Day at a Time, Quincy M.E., Nero Wolfe and Highway to Heaven.
In the early ’90s she appeared on the daytime drama Days of Our Lives.
Her feature films included A Guide for the Married Man (1967) and Mame (1974).
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