Will Cortlandt
James Patrick Stuart
James Patrick Stuart as Will Cortlandt
All My Children
Portrayed by: Lonnie Quinn (1988-1989)
James Patrick Stuart (1989-1992)
Duration: 1988-1992
First appearance: 1988
Last appearance: 1994
Cause/reason: Death
Created by: Lorraine Broderick
Family: Cortlandt family
Other names: William Cooney (name at birth)
Gender: Male
Cause of death: Bludgeoned
Occupation: Unknown
Residence: Pine Valley, Pennsylvania
Parents: Paul "Seabone" Hunkle
(father, deceased)
Bess Cooney
(mother, deceased)
Siblings: Dixie Cooney
(sister, deceased)
Melanie "Lanie" Cortlandt
Del Henry
(paternal half-brother)
Diana "Di" Henry
(paternal half-sister, deceased)
Marital status: Hayley Vaughan
(married) [1992]
Aunts & uncles: Palmer Cortlandt
(maternal uncle, deceased)
Unknown man
(maternal uncle, deceased)
Nieces & nephews: Adam "J.R." Chandler Jr.
Bess Martin
(niece, deceased)
Kathleen "Kathy" Martin
Adam "A.J." Chandler III
Figueroa Santos
(niece; deceased)
Cousins: Ross Chandler
(maternal cousin)
Nina Cortlandt
(maternal cousin)
Andrew Preston
(maternal adopted cousin)
Peter "Pete" Cortlandt
(maternal cousin)
Caleb Cortlandt
(maternal cousin)
Other relatives: Julie Rand Chandler
(maternal adopted first cousin once removed)
Robert "Bobby" Warner
(maternal adopted first cousin once removed)
Michael "Mickey" Warner
(maternal first cousin once removed)
Asher Pike
(maternal first cousin once removed)
Samuel "Sam" Grey
(maternal adopted second cousin)
Romances: Antoinette "Skye" Chandler-Quartermaine
Gloria Marsh

William "Will" Cortlandt was a fictional character on the ABC daytime soap opera All My Children.

Actor History:Edit

  • Lonnie Quinn (1988-1989)
  • James Patrick Stuart (1989-1992 & 1994)

Other Information:Edit

  • Died 1992

Character History:Edit

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