Schulenburg’s rep, Kyle Luker, affirmed the news to The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday. The Massachusetts native suffered from stage 4 metastatic breast cancer, which was found five months after her 2-year-old daughter, Coda, was born. Schulenburg is survived by her better half, Succession and Sorry for Your Loss actor Zack Robidas – – whom she married in 2013 – – and their toddler.
Schulenburg made her soap opera debut as Alison Stewart on CBS’ The Young and the Restless in 2007. She later played Jo Sullivan on One Life to Live, and guest-starred on shows like Blue Bloods, Fringe, Elementary, and The Good Fight. She also played a recurring role as Maggie Caysen on Showtime’s City on a Hill, and will appear in the forthcoming third season.
The actress wrote an emotional Instagram post only one week prior, uncovering she was released from the hospital with an oxygen machine just in time to spend Mother’s Day with her daughter.