Peter Hansen, who for decades played General Hospital legal eagle Lee Baldwin, died on Sunday at age 95.
Prior to his esteemed GH run (where in 1965 he replaced Ross Elliott as the eventual adoptive father to Scott and husband of Gail), Hansen appeared on such series as The Lone Ranger, The Adventures of Jim Bowie, Sea Hunt and Gomer Pyle: USMC. His TV credits also include How the West Was Won, Coach, Golden Girls and the GH spinoff Port Charles.
For his work as GH‘s Lee, a recovering alcoholic and onetime Port Charles mayor, Hansen earned two Daytime Emmy nominations, taking home the prize for Outstanding Supporting Actor in 1979. He lasted appeared on the ABC sudser in 2004, for the funeral of beloved matriarch Lila Quartermaine.
Hansen is survived by a son and daughter, three grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.