Chrishell Stause paid tribute to her “friend” and “All My Children” co-star Billy Miller after the soap opera actor died at the age of 43.
The “Selling Sunset” star took to her Instagram Story Sunday to share a solo photo of Miller alongside a snap of him kissing her on the cheek on a red carpet.
“Still processing this. Too many feelings, but you are gone way too soon and I’m so happy I got to work with you all those years, but also call you a friend. I hope you are at peace now,” she wrote.
Stause, 42, and Miller played Amanda Dillion and Richie Novak, respectively, on “All My Children” in the mid-to-late aughts.
The Netflix personality joined several other celebrities who mourned the “General Hospital” star’s death Friday, just two days before his 44th birthday.
Longtime “All My Children” star Eileen Davidson posted a picture of Miller leaning on her shoulder on a red carpet.
“I’m so sad to hear of Billy Miller’s passing. His infectious charm and warmth left lasting impressions on all of us who were lucky enough to have him in our lives. Im gonna miss that mischievous smile. Love you Billy,” the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” alum, 64, tweeted Sunday.
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Gabriel Macht, who starred in “Suits” with Miller, tweeted, “RIP my tv bro #BillyMiller I am touched by ur thoughtfulness, ur authentic honest approach 2 ur art, ur kind nature & big smile that Litt us all. May ur memory always be a blessing to ur Mother, ur Sister & her children. & 2 so many you’ve touched. Peace& [love].”
Meanwhile, Miller’s “Ringer” co-star Sarah Michelle Gellar shared a selfie of the two of them on her Instagram Story, writing, “Rest In Peace Billy. It was an honor to work with you but more of an honor to know you.”
Miller’s rep confirmed to Page Six that the actor died in Austin, Texas, after struggling with manic depression.
Miller began his soap opera journey on “All My Children” in 2007 before he rose to fame as Billy Abbott on “The Young and the Restless” from 2008 to 2014.
He scored three Daytime Emmy Awards for the latter role.