Joan Copeland, the actress known for her roles in TV soap operas and on Broadway, has passed away.

Copeland died in her sleep at her Manhattan home on Jan. 4, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She lived to be 99 years old.

Soap opera actress Joan Copeland dies at age 99

Copeland was born Joan Miller on June 1, 1922, and she was the sister of famed playwright Arthur Miller. She began an acting career in the 1940s and would appear in films, television, and plays into the 2010s.

For TV fans, Copeland is probably best known from classic soap operas. She played "Andrea Whiting" on Search for Tomorrow, followed by the part of "Monica Courtland" on How to Survive a Marriage in the 1970s.

Soap Opera Actress Joan Copeland Dead At Age 99

In the 1990s, Copeland played "Selma Hanen" on One Life to Live. She also had a recurring role as judge "Rebecca Stein" on the crime series Law & Order.

On stage, Copeland was an acclaimed and award-winning actress. Some of her top performances were in Pal Joey and The American Clock, which earned her a Drama Desk Award win.

She was married once, to George J. Kupchik, from 1946 until his death in 1989. Copeland has now passed, five months before her 100th birthday.

May she rest in peace.