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Michael David Morrison

Michael David Morrison was an American actor who portrayed Caleb Snyder on TV's As the World Turns from 1988-1993. In addition to the TV film Hobson's Choice and a guest appearance on Miami Vice, he appeared in productions at Joseph Papp's Shakespeare Theatre in Central Park, as well as Broadway shows. His stage credits include, William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night (1986, at the New York Shakespeare Festival), Beirut (1987, initially at the Nat Horne Theater, then the Westside Arts Theater) in which he originated the role of Torch, and he understudied three actors in Breaking the Code (1987-88, at the Neil Simon Theatre).

Michael David Morrison was born in New Orleans, and was the youngest of three children.

Morrison, who lived in Peekskill, New York, died at a friend's Manhattan apartment. He was survived by his wife, Amy McDonald, and their 2-year-old son.

His character, Caleb Snyder, on the CBS television soap opera As the World Turns, was later played by Graham Winton.

Biographical fast facts

Date and place of birth: January 1, 1960, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.

Date, place and cause of death: February 18, 1993, New York City, New York, U.S.A. (Accidental overdose of cocaine and alcohol) *

Wife: Amy McDonald (m. 1990 - February 18, 1993) (his death)

Burial site: Lake Lawn Park Cemetery and Mausoleum, 5100 Pontchartrain Blvd., New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.

Error correction or clarification

* The toxicology report from the New York medical examiner's office listed the precise cause of the ATWT actor's death as "acute intoxication caused by the combination of ethanol, cocaine and opiates."

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