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Nathan West/James Nathan Reeves
Actor: Ryan Paevey
Who played Nathan West/James Nathan Reeves over the years
Ryan Paevey (January 2, 2014 - present)
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* An NYPD detective who moved to Port Charles to investigate a cold case involving Dr. Silas Clay.
Current: PCPD Detective
Past: NYPD Detective
Det. Nathan West's presence was first felt in Port Charles when he began leaving multiple unanswered voicemails for Dr. Silas Clay and Ava Jerome concerning Silas' comatose wife Nina. The cold case landed on West's desk and after some digging he was convinced Silas injected his wife with an overdose of her anti-depressant, sending her into the coma.
Nathan moved to Port Charles to get close to Silas and began subletting Maxie Jones' apartment on New Year's Eve when she left to go find herself. He was partnered with Dante Falconeri on the force and was immediately immersed in the disappearance of Carly Jacks.
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At Maxie's, she informs Nathan that he needs to move out... as soon as possible. He's paid up till the end of the month and tells her she can move out. She won't do that and doesn't think her aura can stand his 'toxic vibes'. The cop assumes that 'Mr. Truth Pillows' is behind this. Levi wanders in and admits all of this was his suggestion. Maxie suggests that Nathan go and stay with Britt. The cop blurts out that she's his sister. Maxie takes that in and tells him he doesn't have to leave. That leads to bickering with the hippy. The cop agrees to stay and walks off to take a shower to wash away his toxic vibes.
At home, a shirtless Nathan offers to make coffee but Levi offers a homemade detoxifying tea instead. He has given advice to Britt about her love life and thinks all Nik needs is the courage to forgive. Levi thinks Nathan needs to same courage to forgive his mom. Nathan grabs Levi but Maxie interrupts. Levi needs away from the negative energy and he and Maxie leave. Alone, Nathan wishes Britt luck with Nik. She just hopes he hasn’t stopped loving her. Later, Maxie tells Levi that the baby Britt had to give up is Dante and Lulu’s bio son. She also can’t believe Nathan slept with Britt but Levi corrects her. He thinks Nathan’s negativity is toxic and can eat away at Maxie’s progress. Nathan needs to go. Maxie can’t ask him to leave but Levi tells her she has every right.
In their cells, Madeline asks Liesl not to tell Nathan he is her son but Liesl thinks it could be catastrophic if he sleeps with Britt. Madeline wonders what the odds are of that happening. Liesl is sure Madeline will be in jail the rest of her life for killing her daughter but Madeline suggests she has her own ticket to freedom. Liesl doubts it. A cop comes to bring Liesl up to see Dante. She runs into Nathan and begs to talk. He refuses to listen and she is led off. Alone, Nathan tells Madeline that he drank his sorrows away with the daughter of her cellmate. Madeline asks if he slept with her but he won’t tell. She tells him he can’t sleep with her because she’s his sister. Her last name is not West, it’s Westbourne and she isn’t his mother, Liesl is. Upstairs, Michael storms into PCPD and rages at Anna for not finding AJ’s shooter. She tells him they’re focusing on the burglar who threatened AJ. They don’t have an ID yet, but they traced his dropped gun to an illegal dealer they are closing in on now. Michael apologizes for yelling. He just got the call to pick up AJ’s death certificate. She apologizes for his loss and he leaves. Liesl is brought up and accuses Anna again of killing Faison. Dante and Lulu arrive and Liesl comments that her freedom is here. Dante tells Anna it could be nothing and she waits outside. Inside, they ask Liesl about the embryo. She promises it is safe and will return it once they give her full immunity from all prosecution, and the same for Britt. Outside, Anna is told the gun dealer is on his way and she’s sure it’s only a matter of time before the burglar is identified.