Anthony Montgomery will be off-screen on "General Hospital" as Dr. Andre Maddox for the time being, but this isn't the last we will see of him. In Soaps.com's "GH" recap from December 15, Andre was taken to a federal prison, but not before revealing to Jason where he hid Drew's memories. This tease suggests Andre may be required to return Drew's memories to him, should Jason and Drew be able to locate them. Unfortunately the episode ended with Anna taking the ornament and others off to the town square to donate them for the Port Charles Christmas tree. Montgomery joined General Hospital in October of 2015.
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Monday, December 18th, 2017
Updated December 15: Soaps.com has learned that Shari Belafonte makes another brief return to "General Hospital" as Mayor Lomax beginning on December 20.
Back on June 17 we reported that Shari Belafonte would bring Mayor Lomax back onscreen on Thursday June 23 in scenes surrounding Alexis' arrest. She also returned to "General Hospital" as Mayor Janice Lomax, who's involved in Olivia's lawsuit, during the week of March 14 and on Tuesday April 19.
Friday, December 15th, 2017
Updated December 8: Kelly Thiebaud first returned to "General Hospital" on December 8 as Britt Westbourne in scenes with Jason (Steve Burton) and Sonny (Maurice Benard).
As we reported on November 19, Kelly Thiebaud will return to "General Hospital" as Britt Westbourne sometime in December for a brief visit. As Soaps.com previously reported, Kelly Thiebaud left General Hospital in 2014 to pursue other projects, though made a brief visit back in 2015. We will update you as soon as a first date is made available. Thiebaud's return was first reported by Soap Opera Digest.
Friday, December 8th, 2017
Updated December 8: Kimberly McCullough wrapped up her recent return to "General Hospital," where she shared scenes with Steve Burton's Jason.
On November 9 we has learned that Kimberly McCullough will be returning to "General Hospital" once again as Robin. Fans can expect to see her in scenes with Steve Burton's Six, as reported by Soap Digest. This will be the first time in five years since the actors have worked together. Stay tuned for her first air date.
Back on April 21, we confirmed that Kimberly McCullough (Robin Scorpio-Drake) and Brooklyn Rae Silzer (Emma Scorpio-Drake) are returning to "General Hospital" for a visit. Executive Producer Frank Valentini shared a photo of the mother-daughter duo on set wrapping filming on their latest appearance. No airdate has been released, but it is likely the pair is returning for this year's Nurses' Ball.
Kimberly McCullough last appeared on General Hospital in March when Robin returned due to her mother Anna's illness, and also to reveal she was pregnant. Brooklyn Rae Silzer was last on General Hospital over the holidays. She returned to Port Charles to visit Anna, and Emma and Robin attended Maxie and Nathan's wedding.
— Frank Valentini (@valentinifrank) April 21, 2017
Friday, December 8th, 2017
Pressly James Crosby debuted on "General Hospital" December 6 as a slightly aged Leo Falconeri, the son of Julian Jerome and Olivia Falconeri.
— Starkidz staff (@Star_Kidz) December 7, 2017
Thursday, December 7th, 2017
Soaps.com exclusively brings you "General Hospital" day players for December. Some of these parts may be recurring, or for one episode only. Air dates may vary due to past show pre-empts, or if the scenes were cut.
Robert S. Martin III plays CPO Locke on December 5 and 6. He appeared earlier this year as the firefighter Olivia hit on during her bachelorette party when she drunkenly mistook him for a stripper.
Kate Polsfut appears as a random kid on December 6.
Tuesday, December 5th, 2017
Updated November 17: Soaps.com has learned that Tamara Braun will play the role of Kim Nero, Oscar’s mom, on "General Hospital," as reported by Soap Digest.
On October 15, Soaps.com reported that Tamara Braun would be returning to "General Hospital." Braun previously played Carly Corinthos from 2001 until 2005 on the soap. This time Tamara Braun would return to General Hospital as a new character. Look for her first appearance on Wednesday November 22.
Friday, November 17th, 2017
Updated November 17: Soaps.com has learned that Robert Palmer Watkins hasn't shot any scenes in the recurring role of Dillon and has since been taken off of contract as of October 22. The actor posted on Twitter stating, "If they want me I'm here...not scheduled as of now. Either way gotta stay hustling and excited for whatever's next ."
On September 12 Robert Palmer Watkins tweeted a video to let fans know that he's back on set at "General Hospital" and will appear on the ABC soap through October.
On August 18 Robert Palmer Watkins confirmed to Soaps.com that he was let go from "General Hospital" as Dillon Quartermaine while on set of his new film, "The Last Three Days," which he took a month off of "GH" to film.
Watkins thanked fans for their support on Twitter.
If they want me I'm here...not scheduled as of now. Either way gotta stay hustling and excited for whatever's next 🙌🏻🙌🏻
— RobertPalmerWatkins (@Robertpwatkins) November 4, 2017
Well...you fans are for sure appreciated. Your support is pretty overwhelming. Thanks for lifting me up 🙏🏻❤️ #gh
— RobertPalmerWatkins (@Robertpwatkins) August 18, 2017
— RobertPalmerWatkins (@Robertpwatkins) September 11, 2017
Friday, November 17th, 2017
Travis Schuldt, best known to Soaps.com readers as the original Ethan Crane on "Passions," will make an appearance as a plastic surgeon on "General Hospital" beginning on November 27. Soap Opera Digest reports that he will cross paths with Ava Jerome (Maura West). In recent years Schuldt has made appearances on "The Fosters," "NCIS," "Community," and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." He is slated to appear in the television reboot of "Heathers" as Coach Cox. Schuldt is married to his former "Passions" co-star Natalie Zea (Gwen Hotchkiss). Soaps.com will update readers when an air date for Schuldt is made available.
Wednesday, November 15th, 2017
Updated November 10: In the coming weeks, Soaps.com readers can expect to see Jennifer Bassey make a return to "General Hospital" as Quinn, the publisher for Man Landers.
Back on May 11, Soaps.com learned that Jennifer Bassey, who played “All My Children’s” Marian Chandler from 1983 to 2011, would be appearing on “General Hospital.” Look for the actress to make her first Port Charles appearance as publisher Quinn Danvers on Tuesday June 20 in scenes with Nathan and Amy in the Man Landers storyline.
— General Hospital (@GeneralHospital) June 20, 2017
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