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At the age of 58, David Gail of Beverly Hills, 90210 passes away

<p>At the age of 58, renowned actor David Gail, who was best known for his parts in hit TV series including “Beverly Hills, 90210” and the General Hospital spinoff “Port Charles,” died suddenly. His sister Katie Colmenares posted the news of his passing on Instagram, where she spoke warmly of him as her “best friend” and “wingman.”</p>
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<p>Throughout his long career, David Gail played a variety of roles, such as Dr. Joe Scanlon in more than 200 episodes of “Port Charles” and Stuart Carson, Brenda Walsh’s fiancé played by Shannen Doherty in “Beverly Hills, 90210.” He also played the part of Dean Collins in the drama “Savannah” on the WB. Colmenares posted a touching remembrance of Gail along with a picture of the siblings, highlighting the significant influence Gail had on her life.<br />
As of Sunday, the reason of David Gail’s passing remained unknown, leaving colleagues and admirers in sadness for the gifted actor. In honor of Gail, Pete Ferriero, host and producer of the podcast “Beverly Hills 90210 Show,” shared audio snippets from the actor’s episodes. In a heartfelt Instagram post, Ferriero thanked Gail for being a “kind human” who was full of life and amazing tales and thanked everyone for having known him.</p>
<p>Based on information found on his IMDB profile, Gail, who was born in 1965, is originally from Tampa, Florida. His early credits included appearances on television programs including Growing Pains, Doogie Howser, M.D., and Murder, She Wrote in the early 1990s. His career included a variety of roles.</p>
<p>He costarred with Bradley Cooper and Colleen Porch in the romantic comedy “Bending All the Rules” in 2002. In addition, the 2004 release “Perfect Opposites” is part of his filmography. Notably, Gail’s last credit on IMDB is for voice acting the role of Sam in the adventure game “Blacksad: Under the Skin.”</p>
<p>David Gail was known for his warmth and caring to everyone around him in addition to his talents on film, and both the entertainment business and fans are lamenting his passing. His lasting influence on the television and film industries, as well as the recollections of loved ones, will ensure that his legacy lives on.</p>

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