David Groh, actor, Feb. 12

<b>David Groh, actor, Feb. 12</b><br> David Groh, the handsome, hardworking character actor who was best known to television viewers as the easygoing man Rhoda Morgenstern married and divorced during the run of Valerie Harper's hit 1970s sitcom, "Rhoda," died of kidney cancer on Feb. 12. He was 68. Groh, who left the series after the divorce episodes, went on to appear in dozens of TV shows and films, as well as on Broadway, over the next 30 years. He portrayed the nefarious D.L. Brock on the daytime soap opera, "General Hospital," from 1983 to 1985.

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David Groh, actor, Feb. 12
David Groh, the handsome, hardworking character actor who was best known to television viewers as the easygoing man Rhoda Morgenstern married and divorced during the run of Valerie Harper's hit 1970s sitcom, "Rhoda," died of kidney cancer on Feb. 12. He was 68. Groh, who left the series after the divorce episodes, went on to appear in dozens of TV shows and films, as well as on Broadway, over the next 30 years. He portrayed the nefarious D.L. Brock on the daytime soap opera, "General Hospital," from 1983 to 1985.

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