Sagan Lewis, who played Dr. Jacqueline Wade on NBC’s St. Elsewhere, died Sunday of cancer, our sister site Variety reports. She was 63.
Lewis had been sick for several years. She passed away at her home in New York.
Lewis played St. Elsewhere‘s Dr. Wade, who started as a naive surgical resident and remained on the series for seven seasons. Her other TV credits include M*A*S*H, Moonlighting and Homicide: Life on the Street.
She is survived by her husband, St. Elsewhere producer Tom Fontana, whom she divorced in 1993 but remarried in July 2015; son Jade Scott Lewis, and siblings Robin Schultz, Laurie Rittenbach, Joseph Mickey, John Mickey and James Paul Lewis.