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Soap star David Gail, 'Beverly Hills, 90210' actor, dies at 58

David Gail, the soap opera star known for his roles on the “General Hospital” spinoffs “Port Charles” and “Beverly Hills, 90210,” has died. He was 58.

Gail's sister Katie Colmenares confirmed his death in an Instagram post on Saturday, writing: “There was hardly a day in my life when you weren't by my side.”

She continued: “Always my wingman, always my best friend who is ready to face anything and anyone who is with me, the bears will never be the same but I will hold you so tight in mine every day Hearts hold, you beautiful, loving, incredibly wild person who misses you every second, every day forever there will never be another.”

His cause of death has not been publicly announced.

A representative for Gail could not immediately be reached by The Post. We have reached out to ABC representatives for comment.

Actor David Gail appeared on “Beverly Hills, 90210” and later on the ABC “General Hospital” spinoff “Port Charles.”

Peter Ferriero, who hosts a “Beverly Hills, 90210” rewatch podcast with show producers Charles Rosin and Larry Mollin, also paid tribute to Gail in a recent episode, prompting fans to search for the news online.

“For those who have contacted me, 'Why isn't this showing up on Google?' Please stop,” Ferriero wrote in an Instagram Story on Saturday. “The family will report it to them in due course. I'm sharing what I was told to make sure his fans know what happened. Thank you very much.”

Gail portrayed Dr. Joe Scanlon in “Port Charles” and Stuart Carson – Brenda Walsh (Shannen Doherty) once lived as a fiancé – in “Beverly Hills, 90210”.

David Gail as he appeared on the ABC series “Port Charles” between 1997 and 2003. ABC / Courtesy: Everett Collection (left to right) Tori Spelling, Jennie Garth, David Austin Greene and David Gail in “Beverly Hills, 90120.” ©Aaron Spelling Prods/Courtesy Everett Collection

During an appearance on the Ferriero podcast in April 2021, Gail said of working on “90210”: “I have to thank you for what you wrote and produced.” [and] all ideas. I’m really grateful for that.”

The Tampa, Florida native began his acting career by appearing in shows such as Growing Pains, Doogie Howser, MD, Murder, She Wrote and Matlock.

He also appeared in other series including Robin's Hoods, Savannah, The Round Table and JAG.

His most recent acting credit came in 2019 when he portrayed Sam in the video game “Blacksad: Under the Skin.”