On Friday, Susan Lucci spoke on stage during the 49th Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony at the Pasadena Convention Center in memory of her late husband Helmut Huber.
The 75-year-old All My Children actress opened the In Memoriam segment by stating that the Emmys “celebrate people that we loved and have lost this year” and expressing her admiration for Huber, who passed away on March 28 at the age of 84.
“Helmut was my one and only love.” Grief, so the saying goes, is the price we pay for love. She said with poignancy, “Grief is a painful price, but I wouldn’t give up even one second of the love.
Her voice broke as she stated, “My husband, Helmut Huber, was larger than the life force of nature.”
He was a self-assured carer who understood just how to get things done and keep everyone laughing at the same time, the actress continued.
She mentioned Huber, who was also her manager, as a picture of the couple showed up on the screen in the background.
The celebrity then brought Michael Bolton on stage for a performance of his 1982 hit song, “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You.”
Susan Lucci looked stunning in a pretty pink spaghetti-strap dress that highlighted her toned arms and was fitted at the waist.
Following the revelation that her spouse of 53 years had passed away in March, the beauty has been experiencing “tremendous sadness.”
A family man and TV producer named Huber passed away on Long Island, New York, on Monday at the age of 84.
Since their 1969 wedding, the couple has been blessed with two children: 34-year-old Andreas Huber and 47-year-old Liza Huber.
The 75-year-old actress’ representative told People that “Helmut’s departure is a huge loss for everybody who knew and loved him.”
He was a remarkable friend, friend, husband, parent, and grandfather. During this extraordinarily trying time, the family sincerely requests privacy.
Despite not disclosing his cause of death, the family requested donations to the American Stroke Association in lieu of flowers to fund stroke awareness and research, according to People.
The role of Erica Kane on the ABC daytime soap All My Children during its entire network run from 1970 to 2011 is what Lucci is most well-known for.
He was a devoted family man who deeply loved his family, according to a spokesman for the family.
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He enjoyed life to the fullest, with a roaring sense of humor, a larger-than-life character, and the ability to solve problems practically. Mr. Huber, a former motorcycle racer in Austria, was an excellent skier and an enthusiastic golfer who belonged to the Garden City Golf Club and the Westhampton Country Club.
The Austrian Ski Team invited Huber, who was born in 1937, to join. Instead, he finished an apprenticeship at Hotel Maria Theresia, which is close to four ski slopes.
Later, he pursued studies at L’Ecole Hoteliere, a Lausanne, Switzerland-based institution for the study of hospitality and hotel administration. Fox News said he was the best in his class.
At the age of 21, he traveled to North America and began his career there before moving to New York City at the age of 23. In 1994, he attained citizenship in the US.
Fox News said that Huber claimed to have improved his English by viewing movies like John Wayne and Humphrey Bogart.
When Susan was 22 and fresh out of college, they worked together at the Long Island Garden City Hotel.
He later worked as Lucci’s manager and rose to the position of CEO at Pine Valley Productions.
Lucci stated in 2020, “I got incredibly lucky because I married someone who is educated and gorgeous, and he’s very confident and he has a great sense of humor. And, thankfully, he hasn’t just offered his support—a beautiful word—in that regard. He has genuinely been there and by me the entire time. He has been a rock for me, and I was lucky because how could I have known all that beforehand? I was 22.’
The first time I met Susie, it hit me,’ Huber recalled to People in 1999 of his feelings for his wife. I still get excited whenever she enters a room.
Huber leaves behind his wife, children, brother, eight grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
With tech executive Alex Hesterberg, his daughter Liza has four children: Royce, 14, Brendan, 13, Hayden, 10, and Mason, 8. Brenden was identified as having cerebral palsy in 2010, as the family disclosed in 2020.
When she experienced “excruciating agony” at 31 weeks into her pregnancy, which left her bent over in misery and on the verge of passing out, the owner of the Sage Spoonful brand of infant care products claimed she knew something was wrong. Her son was delivered nine weeks early at the hospital after she was brought there.
Ten months after his birth, his parents discovered he was having trouble sitting up by himself, and by the time he was 19 months old, he was unable to stand. After a doctor made the diagnosis, the family-focused on keeping Brenden’s condition from defining him.
Lucci lauded her daughter and claimed that her grandchild is her source of inspiration. He taught me that you must move on and that life is a gift, according to a steadfast supporter of the United Cerebral Palsy of New York City. He is a great young boy.
The actress was spotted dining with her husband at their preferred restaurant in December, the evening before she turned 75.
The siren captioned her photo, “Twas the night before my birthday.”
In May 1999, Lucci won an Emmy for her performance in the renowned soap opera; it was her 19th nomination.
The actress went on to play herself in the ABC comedy series Hot In Cleveland when the show was canceled.
From 2013 to 2016, she also appeared in the ABC drama-comedy series Devious Maids.
Also well recognized for her pinup appearance is Lucci.
She frequently flaunted her toned body on Instagram, much to the delight of her devoted 191K followers.
During a vacation in 2020, the brunette bombshell was wearing a white one-piece swimsuit as she strolled along the shore. The native of New York penned, “GOOD morning, St. Barth’s.”
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