‘General Hospital’ star Robyn Bernard found dead at 64 in field

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“General Hospital” star Robyn Bernard has died. She was 64.

Police discovered the actress’ body in an “open field behind a business” in San Jacinto, Calif., Tuesday morning, according to a press release from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office.

She was declared dead at 4:08 a.m. local time.

Soap star Robyn Bernard has died. She was 64. ©ABC/Courtesy Everett Collection

Police discovered her body in an “open field” behind a California business. Getty Images

The Riverside County Coroner told TMZ that it identified Bernard, who played Terry Brock in the long-running soap opera, by using her fingerprints after authorities received a call to investigate a death.

The cause of death has not been determined, but the coroner completed the star’s autopsy Wednesday.

Toxicology results will take several weeks to come back; however, police do not suspect foul play.

The coroner hasn’t concluded a cause of death but completed her autopsy Wednesday.

No foul play is suspected. Getty Images

Hailing from Gladewater, Texas, Bernard started out as a child singer with her sister Crystal Bernard, who would go on to star in the TV series “Wings.”

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Robyn began her acting career with small roles in TV shows such as “Diva,” “The Facts of Life,” “Simon & Simon,” “Tour of Duty” and “Betty Blue.”

She’s survived by her father and two sisters. ©ABC/Courtesy Everett Collection

She starred on “General Hospital” for six years. Getty Images

She got her big break in 1984 when she landed her role in “General Hospital,” on which she appeared in 145 episodes until 1990. Bernard played the daughter of David Groh’s villainous D.L. Brock until her character developed a drinking problem, which ultimately impacted her fictional music career.

Robyn’s last acting credit came in 2002 when she played a a psychologist in “Voices from High School.” She then remained out of the spotlight to lead a private life.

She is survived by her father, Jerry Wayne Bernard, and two sisters, Crystal and Scarlett Bernard.