Julie Marie Berman is leaving the role of Lulu Spencer, but it won’t be the last we see of the character. Soap Opera Digest reports that Emme Rylan (formerly known as Marcy) will be taking over the role.
Rylan is currently recurring as Abby Newman on “The Young and the Restless,” a part she’s played since 2010. Rylan also portrayed Lizzie Spaulding on “Guiding Light” from 2006 – 2009.
Count Jax and Brenda as the latest characters to return for the 50th Anniversary. Entertainment Weekly revealed that Ingo Rademacher and Vanessa Marcil are reprising their roles as the popular former duo, who has ties to others in Port Charles.
The actors will reportedly be back before April 1, the show’s official 50th Anniversary. They are expected to stick around for a couple of weeks. Read the rest of this entry »
There’s another return happening for the Nurses’ Ball. Per head writer Ron Carlivati’s recent tweet, that person will be none other than fitness guru Richard Simmons.
Simmons recurred on “General Hospital” in the early 80s as himself, helping the residents of Port Charles stay in shape. Now, he’ll apparently be back to help celebrate the soap’s 50th anniversary at the resurrected Nurses’ Ball.
Looks like Julie Marie Berman is leaving the role of Lulu Spencer, who she has played since 2005. Amidst rumors and talk that the news would be confirmed later this week, Berman took to twitter to say goodbye to the role for which she won two Outstanding Younger Actress Daytime Emmy Awards.
Hi everyone…yesterday was one of the hardest days of my life. It hurts to let go of Lulu. Thank u for letting me into ur homes & hearts. X
Add Rick Springfield to the growing list of alum returning for “General Hospital’s” 50th Anniversary. Per People, the actor is set to reprise his role of Patrick’s (Jason Thompson) absentee father Noah Drake. He has not started filming yet.
Springfield’s son Liam Springthorpe will also be heading to the show. Springthorpe will play an undercover cop, but is not expected to share scenes with his dad. Read the rest of this entry »
Speculation was fueled about John Stamos returning to “General Hospital” in a Kin Shriner interview. Now, TV Guide Magazine is fanning the flames with an exclusive clip from Stamos’ upcoming February 18 interview on “The Jeff Probst Show.”
In the interview, Stamos reveals that he was asked to return to “General Hospital,” but he passed because they just wanted him to play the drums at the Nurses’ Ball. While he’d love to come back to the show that started his career, he wants something meatier to do than just play backup.
For those who don’t remember, as a teen, Blackie started living on the streets when his mother died. Rick (Chris Robinson) and Lesley Webber (Denise Alexander) took him in and he helped Rick open a youth center. He formed a band, which was eventually fronted by Frisco Jones (Jack Wagner). Blackie was last seen going to prison for manslaughter. Read the rest of this entry »
In an interview with TV Guide Magazine, it was revealed that Scotty will return during the Haunted Star’s Valentine’s Day party. The first person he sees? His nemesis Luke (Anthony Geary) of course. Kin Shriner also teased that the show will touch on the fact that Lulu (Julie Marie Berman) killed his son Logan (Josh Duhon) in 2008. When asked if John Stamos would be returning as Blackie for the 50th anniversary, Shriner replied, “I’m sure Stamos will come back because he knows ‘GH’ started his career. And, of course, Ricky Dean Anderson [ex-Jeff Webber]. We need to get MacGyver back in the mix! We’re like an old family from the ’80s and I think we’ll always feel that way.” Read the rest of this entry »