‘The Young & Restless’: Mark Grossman’s Emotional Goodbye – “Until We Meet Again”

Mark Grossman, the talented actor who portrays Adam Newman on the long-running CBS soap opera “The Young and the Restless,” is mourning the loss of his dear friend, Colin. In a heartfelt tribute shared on social media, Grossman reminisced about the cherished memories he had with Colin, a friendship that spanned decades and transcended the boundaries of distance.

From their carefree days spent “running around Cave Creek and Scottsdale with all the guys,” to the thrilling adventures of cramming three soil bikes into the back of a truck and racing across Texas and Oklahoma, Grossman painted a vivid picture of a friendship forged in the boundless energy of youth. These escapades were punctuated by “countless hours of riding and laughing,” creating an indelible bond that withstood the test of time.

Despite the geographical separation that life sometimes imposes, Grossman and Colin remained steadfast in their commitment to their friendship. Grossman fondly recalled how Colin was “always there” for him, whether it was planning get-togethers, checking in on birthdays, or simply reaching out to catch up on life’s twists and turns, united by their shared “love of motorcycles.”

The essence of their friendship was captured in Grossman’s poignant words: “No matter how much time had passed since we talked, we always picked right back up where we left off.” This ability to seamlessly reconnect, even after lengthy periods apart, speaks volumes about the depth of their connection and the unbreakable thread that bound them together.

Tragically, the two friends had made plans for Colin to visit California, where they would embark on a nostalgic soil bike ride “for old times’ sake.” However, fate had other plans, and Grossman bid a heartbreaking farewell to his friend, vowing to “see you again someday, my brother, and we’ll go on that ride.”


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In the midst of his grief, Grossman found solace in the outpouring of love and support from his castmates on “The Young and the Restless.” Melissa Claire Egan, who portrays Chelsea on the show, offered her condolences, stating, “I’m so sorry, Mark,” a gesture that undoubtedly provided comfort during this difficult time.

Friendships like the one between Grossman and Colin are rare and precious, transcending the boundaries of time and space. As Grossman mourns the loss of his dear friend, he carries with him a treasure trove of cherished memories, a testament to the enduring power of friendship and the indelible imprint left by those who touched our lives in profound ways.


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