Who was Rhonda Stubbins White? Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Cause Of Death

Rhonda Stubbins White Bio/Wiki

Rhonda Stubbins White, who also played in Tyler Perry’s ‘Ruthless,’ died of ovarian cancer on Monday at her home in Los Angeles, according to her friend and producer Todd Baker.

Todd Baker, a friend, and producer, posted on her Facebook page on Thursday “To the friends of Rhonda: It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of my dear friend Rhonda Stubbins White.”

“She was an amazingly talented woman, full of positivity and energy, and grounded by her faith,”

“We were all fortunate to have known her and shared her short time on this earth.”


She was 60 years old.


Rhonda Stubbins White liked to keep her personal life a secret. No information was found on whether he was married.

White, a Brooklyn native with 35 acting credits under her credit, died at her Los Angeles home.

According to the Daily Mail, the entertainer found her stride a decade after graduating from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in 1982 when she appeared in an episode of NBC’s “Here and Now” in 1992.

She then moved to the West Coast, where she continued to work on shows including “ER” and “NYPD Blue,” as well as “The West Wing,” “Crossing Jordan,” and “The Comeback.”

She is most remembered today for her recurring role as Lady Vi on the NBC daytime drama “Days of Our Lives.”

She also acted alongside Diana Ross in the 1994 television film “Out of Darkness,” in which she played a schizophrenic woman. She was most recently seen on Tyler Perry’s BET drama “Ruthless” as Agnes’ cult leader.

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How Did Rhonda Stubbins White Die?

White’s death was confirmed by her manager to PEOPLE on Monday, who stated the actress died after a battle with cancer.

On White’s Facebook page on Wednesday, a friend also shared the news.

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