Larkin Malloy (September 24, 1954 – September 28, 2016) was an American soap opera actor, announcer, voice-over artist and acting teacher.Born as Thomas Larkin Malloy in New York City, the fourth child of John and Theresa (née Larkin) Malloy, both Irish immigrants. He began his acting career in 1974 while he attended Iona College and acted in Off-Off-Broadway plays.Larkin appeared (and later starred) in such soap operas as The Edge of Night as (Jefferson Brown (1980–82)/Schuyler Whitney (1982-84); Guiding Light (Kyle Sampson (1984–87) and All My Children (Travis Montgomery (1987–91, 1997–98, 2001). He worked as the announcer for As the World Turns. While playing Schuyler Whitney on The Edge of Night, Malloy was hit by a car on Park Avenue. He was temporarily replaced by James Horan.Malloy died on September 28, 2016, from complications of a heart attack he suffered four days earlier on September 24, his 62nd birthday.