Writer Karen Harris Leaving General Hospital
Karen Harris has announced via her Facebook page that she will be leaving General Hospital as a scriptwriter. As she posted, she is “deeply moved by the expressions of support and encouragement from friends and FB buddies at my upcoming departure from GH (Dec.5). I’ll be posting more about my plans as we get closer to the date. Didn’t want to let more time go by without acknowledging how grateful, and lucky, I am. Thank you, thank you.”
Harris has worked on General Hospital on and off since 1993. In one of her most memorable scripts from this past year, Karen wrote Lucky (Jonathan Jackson) confronting Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) and Nikolas (Tyler Christopher) after learning of their affair. Read about it at Nothing to Lose.
In between stints on General Hospital, she also worked on “General Hospital: Night Shift,” wrote for All My Children and was the head writer of “Port Charles.” Karen’s Primetime credits include “The Incredible Hulk,” “Knight Rider,” “Renegade” and “Highlander.” She also created the webseries Life in General starring several Daytime stars and alum.
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