80s soap star, wife of Minneapolis doctor, drowns in Mexico

Andrea Schenck, a TV actress who appeared on 'All My Children' in the 1980s, drowned while on a family vacation in Cancun, Mexico. Schenck was the wife of Minneapolis psychiatrist Carlos Schenck. She was 55.
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Andrea Schenck, a TV actress who appeared on 'All My Children' in the 1980s, drowned while on a family vacation in Cancun, Mexico. Schenck was the wife of Minneapolis psychiatrist Carlos Schenck. She was 55.

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