The longtime Main Line resident was the creative mind behind ABC's 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live' - she even had both stories set on Philadelphia's Main Line.
Agnes Nixon was the winner of a Lifetime Emmy award for her beloved creations.
Her shows were icons during the golden years of daytime dramas.
She will be remembered for her storylines, her contributions, and the enjoyment she brought to millions of television viewers.
The soap opera world is mourning her loss.
I am devastated to learn that we have lost Agnes. I adored her and admired her--and I am… https://t.co/fZHBamiDnN— Susan Lucci (@Susan_Lucci) September 28, 2016
Few can match the accomplishments of #AgnesNixon Her genius was a gift to many! She was generous, exacting, imaginative! Truly incomparable!— robin strasser (@robinstrasser) September 28, 2016
RIP Agnes Nixon. It was such a pleasure to know you and be a part of your Pine Valley family. pic.twitter.com/r7gJD70Slh— cameron mathison (@CameronMathison) September 28, 2016
Statement on behalf of Robert A. Iger, chairman and CEO, The Walt Disney Company:
"It is with a heavy heart I mourn the passing of television pioneer Agnes Nixon, someone I was proud to call a friend. Agnes' impact on daytime television and pop culture is undeniable. She was the first to champion socially relevant topics, and the towns and characters Agnes brought to life leave an indelible imprint on television that will be remembered forever. On behalf of Walt Disney and ABC, I want to extend our deepest condolences to her family."