Soaps She Knows is reporting that the actress who is best known for her portrayal of Luan Volein on the soap opera "The Young and the Restless" has passed away. Elizabeth Sung, age 63, died on Tuesday (May 22), but no cause of her death has been reported. In addition to her role as a restaurant owner on the CBS daytime drama, Sung was in a number of television shows including "Bones" and "Hawaii Five-O." She also had a career in film, starring in "The Joy Luck Club," "Anita Ho," "Memoirs of a Geisha," "White Rabbit," and "Front Cover." The veteran TV and movie actress will be missed by those who enjoyed her work.

Elizabeth Sung is best known for her 'Y&R' role

From 1989 through the 1990s Sung also had roles in "Charmed," "The Puppet Masters," Lethal Weapon 4," "Tango and Cash," and "Death Ring." The versatile actress continued her craft into the 2000s in "Under The Knife," "Gotta Kick It Up," "Ping Pong Player," "The Suite Life On Deck," Infamous Second Son," and her final credited acting job was in 2016's "Pal Road."

From 1994 to 1996, Elizabeth Sung portrayed Asain restaurant owner Luan Volein on "The Young and the Restless." This is the role that the actress is best known for. Her backstory is that she had an affair with Jack Abbott during the Vietnam War and they became separated before she knew she was expecting a child.

Luan gave birth to a son and because of Christine's sleuthing the family was able to reunite. Their happiness was shortlived however because Ms. Volein soon died of a terminal illness.

Luan will be remembered by 'Y&R' fans

Although she has a vast list of movie and television acting credits, there is one role that Elizabeth Sung will most assuredly be noted for.

Soap fans have long memories and can recall the detail about their favorite characters. Luan was only in Genoa City for two years, but her role on "The Young and the Restless" will not be forgotten. Jack Abbott's Vietnamese lover, who gave birth to his son, is one of those storylines that veteran fans love to recall.

Elizabeth Sung was a beautiful, talented actress and she has left a legacy behind on TV and film for future generations.

Sung is survived by her husband, screenwriter Peter Yilipan. No other family members have been listed and there is no information regarding a funeral service at this time. One thing, however, is for certain. At age 63, this versatile actress is yet another entertainer who has left us all too soon.