3 items from 2016
As perviously reported, some unfortunate skin issues took General Hospital Maxie Jones star, Kirsten Storms (left), out of action for a break. And in the meantime, her role got snatched up by replacement actress, Molly Burnett. Well, it turns out that Molly's days are very numbered as Kirsten has reportedly got her issues solved and is ready to report back to duty as soon as August 2016, or at least, that's when she'll be back onscreen. This great news was reported by daytimeconfidential. On that same day, they also revealed that we should get ready to see a new male character show up on the General Hospital scene in July 2016 sometime. He's going to be played by actor, James Patrick Stuart. Currently, no other details were revealed about his character, so you'll just have to wait and see what he does. »
- Andre Braddox
[caption id="attachment_51048" align="aligncenter" width="590"] James Patrick Stuart, a veteran of the cancelled All My Children TV series joins the cast of General Hospital on ABC. Helga Esteb/Shutterstock.com[/caption]
James Patrick Stuart is returning to daytime TV after 24 years. The actor played Will "Cooney" Cortlandt/Justin Carrier from 1989 to 1992, on ABC's cancelled soap opera, All My Children (AMC). Soap Opera Digest reports Stuart is headed to General Hospital (Gh), also on ABC. Expect Stuart's episodes to start airing in July. No details have been released about his character. The actor's father is Chad Stuart, one half of the 1960s English folk rock duo, Chad and Jeremy, of "Yesterday's Gone," fame.
All My Children was cancelled by ABC in 2011 along with the One Life to Live soap opera, when the alphabet network licensed the shows to Prospect Park. The production company launched a web channel, The Online Network (Toln) and »
James Patrick Stuart is returning to daytime TV.
Patrick Stuart last appeared on the now-defunct AMC as Will Cortlandt in 1992, and has since then kept busy with guest spots on myriad shows including The Closer, How to Get Away With Murder, 2 Broke Girls and Rosewood.
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3 items from 2016
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