"Days Of Our Lives" fans are mourning the loss of daytime soap star Patricia Barry. The actress passed away at the age of 93 in her Los Angeles, California home on Tuesday, October 11th. Barry's death was officially confirmed by her rep on her Facebook page.

'Days of Our Lives' fans remember Patricia Barry

Born in Iowa, Patricia Barry's long list of acting credentials include more than 100 appearances in film, theater, and television. The  classic beauty first captured the eye of Warner Bros. in the 1950s after winning a Rita Hayworth look-a-like contest. She began her decade's long-running career in the entertainment world starring alongside Hollywood legends such as Doris Day, Rock Hudson, Ronald Reagan, and Sid Caesar.

Barry starred in television classics such as"The Twilight Zone," and numerous television guest appearances on beloved shows such as "Perry Mason," "Rawhide," "Gunsmoke," "My Three Sons," "Three's Company," and primetime hit soap "Dallas." Patricia, however, is best known by daytime soap fans as a cast member of the long-running soap, "Days of Our Lives" as Addie Horton Williams, who was married to Doug Williams, (Hope's parents.)

Daytime TV loses soap legend Patricia Barry

Adding to her list of Daytime Soap credits Barry fans may also remember her in beloved roles on "All My Children," "Guiding Light," and in the 90s as Isabelle Alden on "Loving." Mrs. Barry won many daytime, film and primetime television awards throughout her career including the"Women In Film Founder's Award" in 1999.

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Barry's last acting role was in the 2014 thriller "Delusional" as Older Annie Walton.

Barry was also a shrewd business woman and real estate mogul renting her posh homes to Hollywood A-Listers such as Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, Angela Lansbury, and Don Rickles. Patricia Barry is survived by daughters Miranda Barry and Stephanie Barry Agnew and two grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Philip Barry, who passed away in 1998. 

Memorial services for the actress are planned for early in 2017 in Los Angeles and New York.