The following is a list of notable past characters from the soap opera, General Hospital who are not notable enough for their own articles. Characters are listed based on the decade in which they first appeared.
- 1 2010-present
- 2 2000-2009
- 3 1990-1999
- 4 1980-1989
- 5 1970-1979
- 6 1963-1969
- 7 References
|Portrayed by||Annie Ilonzeh|
|First appearance||March 31, 2010|
|Last appearance||June 8, 2011|
|Cause/reason||Stayed in Pennsylvania after marriage with Ethan fell apart.|
|Created by||Robert Guza, Jr.|
Former intern at General Hospital
Dr. Maya Ward (previously Lovett) is a fictional character from the original daytime soap opera, General Hospital. The character has been portrayed by Annie Ilonzeh since March 31, 2010. The character is the great-granddaughter of billionaire Edward Quartermaine and his late mistress, the beloved Mary Mae Ward. She is also the niece of the late Justus Ward and the daughter of Faith Ward who wanted nothing to do with Edward. On January 20, 2010 Edward Quartermaine arrives home with a letter from his great-granddaughter, Maya Ward. In the letter, she tells him that she had written a few before but for some reason they never arrived. Edward accuses his daughter, Tracy of hiding them. Maya has recently lost her stepmother in a car accident. She is left as the guardian of her little sister, Zoe Richardson. Maya is in her last year of medical school. She is looking for a place to do her internship. Edward invites her to live at the mansion.
On March 31, Maya is first seen when she gets into a car accident with Ethan Lovett. The two get off to a rough start After some arguing,they go separate ways. Maya finally arrives at the Quartermaine Mansion, just as Ethan is leaving on an errand for his father Luke Spencer. She is greeted by Edward and his daughter-in-law, Monica. She meets Tracy, who decides it would be easier if she just wrote Maya a check so she could leave. Later she goes to 24 Royal Street, formerly known as The Ward House, Mary Mae's former residence where she meets Lucky Spencer, Ethan's half-brother and Tracy's stepson. He enlightens her on some of the Quartermaine & Ward history. Edward then takes her to the Haunted Star Casino where she meets her cousin, Skye Quartermaine. Edward shows her to the hospital. She impresses Dr. Steven Webber who hires her on the spot. She is there when Kristina Davis is brought in after being assaulted again and assumes Ethan was responsible. He manages to convince her otherwise. Shortly after, everyone discovers Kristina was in fact assaulted by her boyfriend, Kiefer Bauer. She had falsely accused Ethan to protect Kiefer from her father's wrath.
She later meets her cousin, Michael Corinthos III, hiding out from the cops in the Quartermaine boathouse. In the short time of his stay, the two get to know each other, as she brings him food and company. Maya is also very good at spotting a con artists when she sees one. She manages to scam Ethan before he can scam her. Luke Spencer seems to like her. While continuing to bump heads with Ethan, she takes a liking to Lucky who is having relationship troubles. She later helps Lucky in his quest to find his father and stepmother, Tracy Quartermaine who have mysteriously disappeared. Johnny Zacchara (Ethan's best friend and mob partner) stops by for Ethan. He also reveals Ethan likes Maya. She assures him the feeling isn't mutual.
On July 14, Maya opens to Ethan about why she is so against dating "bad boys." She reveals she had a "bad boy" for a boyfriend. He took a lot of risks. She was just starting out as a doctor. While doing her usual rotation in the ER, he was admitted with a GSW (Gun Shot Wound). Maya froze when she saw him. Her boyfriend had already lost too much blood to be saved. According to Maya, he never regained consciousness and died in the hospital. On the July 22 episode Ethan Lovett was shot. Maya was unable to assist him. Maya froze with memories of her ex-boyfriend.
After months of flirting with one another, Maya and Ethan share their first kiss on Augsust 12, 2010. The two start dating. Ethan asks Maya for help in getting Tracy and Luke back together after Luke reveals their marriage is a fraud. Luke faked a heart attack. Maya fakes his test results. Tracy seems to be falling for their plan. It backfires when she secretly discovers what's going on. As part of the scam, Ethan reveals the truth to Tracy. Luke then convinces Tracy to go to Vegas with him, along with Maya and Ethan as chaperones. Tracy agrees, but makes no promises to marry. In November 2010, the four wake up with hangovers in a Las Vegas hotel room. Maya claims Tracy and Luke had gotten too drunk to control. Luke reveals a marriage certificate thinking it's his and Tracy's. After reading the document aloud, it turns out Maya and Ethan are the ones who married. As Luke and Tracy search for a mobile attorney to get the marriage annulled, Maya and Ethan hang out at the hotel room. They have sex for the first time. The attorney Tracy finds says they can still get an annulment even though they had sex repeatedly. The fact they were both drunk when married is reason enough. They chose to wait on the annulment and enjoy the perks of marriage for a little while longer. Upon their return to Port Charles, Maya's great grand father Edward offers them $1 million tax-free, to stay married for one full year. Maya has currently left town to take care of some business within the Ward family but will soon return home.
On June 6th, 2011, Ethan visited Maya in Philipelphia, PA. He discovered her in bed with another man. She later told Ethan she had been lying to him for a while and had no plans to return to Port Charles. Afterwards, Ethan and Maya decided the marriage was over and parted amicably.
|Portrayed by||Christian Alexander|
|First appearance||June 10, 2009|
|Last appearance||April 6, 2010 |
June 2, 2010 (in Kristina's dream)
|Cause/reason||Accidentally killed in a hit-and-run by Alexis Davis|
|Created by||Robert Guza Jr.|
|Cause of death||Struck by a car/Hit-and-Run|
|Occupation||Student at Madison Prep|
Since his debut, Kiefer has been proven to be violent towards Kristina. In May 2009, Kiefer gets in to a bar fight with Kristina's 17-year old brother Michael Corinthos, who recently got out of a coma. Kiefer constantly harasses Michael, leading to the point where the two fight at the Port Charles Country Club. Months later, Kiefer proves to be untrustworthy when he begins flirting with another senior while dating Kristina. Kiefer helps Kristina cover her tracks in July 2009 when she ran over a pregnant Claudia Zacchara Corinthos, who later suffers a miscarriage.
Kiefer has also voiced his opinion on Sonny Corinthos but is proven to be a coward in front of him. Kiefer becomes jealous of Kristina's friendship with Ethan Lovett, which turns in to a crush. After Kristina ditches Kiefer for Ethan, Kiefer beats Kristina up. To protect him from Sonny's wrath, Kristina tells everyone that Ethan was the one who abused her. Sonny's lieutenant and best friend, Jason Morgan, realizes that Kristina is lying and convinces Detectives Dante Falconeri and Lucky Spencer to investigate further. On April 2, they finally discover that Kiefer was the culprit.
Out of rage, Kiefer beats up Kristina again but this time, Kristina's mother Alexis witnesses Kiefer exiting the house right before finding Kristina unconscious on the floor. While driving to the hospital, a distraught Alexis runs over her daughter's abuser. Kristina's sisters Molly Lansing and Sam McCall find Kiefer's body and he dies shortly after being admitted to General Hospital. Alexis hides her guilt for a while, but eventually confesses. Meanwhile, Kristina is questioned by Dante and finally identifies Kiefer as her attacker on both occasions. The truth quickly becomes public knowledge, and Ethan is cleared of all charges and given a clean slate.
Kiefer appears one last time on June 2. Kristina has a dream of Kiefer being next to her bed, telling her to get up so they can go to the beach together. Kristina refuses, and Kiefer quickly becomes violent and slaps her right before Kristina wakes up. Template:-
|Portrayed by||Bradley Cole|
|First appearance||March 17, 2010|
|Last appearance||July 23, 2010|
|Cause/reason||Fatally shot by Mac Scorpio|
|Created by||Robert Guza Jr.|
Warren first appears on March 17, 2010, when Lucky Spencer questions him in order to establish a timeline of the night of Kristina Davis's first attack. Being a lawyer, Warren is resistant and dismissive, but eventually agrees. After a bit of questioning, Mac comes to them and says Mayor Floyd feels the Bauers have shown good faith by coming in and their interview is over. The Bauers are sympathetic to Kristina, but feel since her father is a mob boss, anyone could have attacked her.
Warren reappears on April 2, where he speaks with Jasper "Jax" Jacks and Skye Quartermaine, and subsequently speaks to Kiefer about Lucky and Dante's ongoing investigation into Kristina's attack. Warren bluntly states that he thinks Kiefer never should have gotten involved with Kristina and encourages his son to talk to her. Lucky and Dante, having already deduced that Kiefer was the one who attacked Kristina, later question Warren and his wife, Melinda, over the attack, but they aren't much help.
On April 6, Warren meets with Jax on business, and discovers from Olivia Falconeri that Kiefer has been hit by a car and brought to the hospital. Upon arriving, Melinda and Warren find Lucky questioning Kiefer. Warren pulls Lucky out of the room and criticizes him for trying to question Kiefer in his condition, and Lucky informs him that Kristina has been attacked again and that she has finally named Kiefer as her assailant both times. Kiefer dies from his injuries, and Warren immediately gives a press conference, offering a reward for information on their son's killer.
Warren discovers from Mac Scorpio that Alexis was the one who hit Kiefer and that it was an accident. Outraged, Warren convinces himself that Alexis did it on purpose and swears revenge on both Alexis and Kristina. Later, Warren harasses an already-overwrought Kristina until Alexis and Jax arrive and force him out of the room.
Subsequently, Warren posts a memorial page online, painting Kiefer as an ideal person and student and also adding a video, where he gives his own scenario; he states that Alexis deliberately ran down Kiefer, and also claims that it was Ethan Lovett (whom Kristina had originally accused of beating her to protect Kiefer from her father's wrath) who attacked Kristina all along, and that Alexis and Sonny had convinced Kristina to lie and tell everyone that Kiefer was the one who attacked her because of their friendship with Luke Spencer, Ethan's father. He later confronts Kristina in her own home and, in an attempt to get her to change her statement, fuels her grief and guilt by repeatedly reminding her that Kiefer loved her. When Alexis arrives home, she criticizes Warren for his actions, and his demeanor immediately changes; Warren calls Kristina a pathological liar and Alexis a child killer, and vows that he will make Alexis pay for what she did to Kiefer.
Warren subsequently confronts Mac at the police station and demands to know why Alexis is still running around free. When Alexis arrives, Warren demands to know why she didn't stop and refuses to believe her story. Alexis calmly asks Warren to stop making everyone miserable, but Warren stops her and promises to send her to prison. Alexis' oldest daughter, Sam McCall, arrives to see Alexis arguing with Warren. Warren furiously continues to deny Kiefer's abuse of Kristina, and angrily declares that he will not stop until the whole world knows that Alexis is a murderer and that Kristina is nothing but a "promiscuous little tramp" who deserved to get beat up, at which point Sam loses her temper and punches him in the face.
Lucky is roped into the confrontation as Warren and Sam exchanged heated words. Warren points out the evidence they had originally found against Ethan and accuses both Lucky and the Davis women of framing Kiefer. Dismissing any and all evidence against Kiefer, Warren leaves, but not before telling Alexis that she belongs in prison and he will see to it personally that she is sent there.
On May 13, Alexis goes to court for Kiefer's hit-and-run. Much to Warren's outrage, the jury rules in Alexis' favor, and she gets off with a suspended sentence and community service. Warren subsequently files a civil suit, vowing to take Alexis for every penny she has. On May 18, Nikolas Cassadine confronts Warren and attempts to get him to back down. Despite Nik's best efforts, Warren refuses to drop the case.
Proceeding these events, however, Warren begins to unravel and begins to call Claire Walsh's office twice a day for a month and using whatever tactic he can think of to try and pressure her into reopening Kristina's abuse investigation, to no avail. Warren later approaches Kristina, Alexis, Molly, and Sonny at the country club to inform Alexis that he is going through with the civil suit and that her court date is coming up soon. Warren continues to heckle Kristina and Alexis, and just as he begins to get really aggressive, Sonny gets in his face and warns him to back off. Asserting that abusers learn their habits from others, Sonny openly accuses Warren of having abused Kiefer himself. Though Warren denies it, it is obvious from the look on his face that Sonny is correct. Nonetheless, Warren leaves without causing any more trouble, vowing that Kiefer will get justice.
Subsequently, on July 21, Warren arrives at General Hospital and demands Kristina's medical records from Epiphany Johnson, but she refuses to give them to him. Just as Warren begins to criticize Epiphany for helping to protect Sonny's "little lying slut of a daughter", Olivia enters and calls him out. After the argument, Warren threatens to sue Epiphany and the hospital for obstruction of justice unless he gets Kristina's medical records by the end of the day. After he leaves the room, Epiphany throws his court order in the trash.
Coincidentally, Kristina is in the hospital with a sprained ankle, and Warren corners her in a room shortly after the hospital is locked down due to Franco kidnapping the newborn Aiden Cassadine. Warren demands that Kristina sign a release for her medical records, but Kristina openly refuses and berates him for abusing Kiefer. Warren snaps and attempts to slap Kristina, but just as he is about to do so, Michael, having heard Warren screaming at Kristina, rushes to Kristina's rescue.
In the ensuing skirmish, Michael quickly overpowers Warren and brutally strangles him to near-death, but is stopped from doing so by Lucky, Ethan, Maya, Mac, and Steve. Warren claims that the attack was unprovoked and demands that Lucky arrest Michael, but Lucky and Mac immediately deduce what really happened and cleverly make it impossible for Warren to press charges against Michael. Subsequently, Warren suffers a psychotic break and induces a shootout, critically wounding Mac and Ethan before turning his attention to Michael and Kristina. Before he can pull the trigger, however, Mac garners enough strength to shoot him in the back. Warren quickly succumbs to his wounds, but not before telling Kristina, "This is all your fault." Template:-
|Portrayed by||Jaime Ray Newman|
|First appearance||August 24, 2001|
|Last appearance||January 6, 2003|
|Cause/reason||Appeared to Alexis in a dream|
|Cause of death||Murdered by Luis Alcazar in an explosion meant for Sonny Corinthos|
|Residence||Port Charles, New York|
Kristina Cassadine is the daughter of Mikkos Cassadine and Kristin Bergman, an opera singer. She is the sister of Alexis Davis. Her mother was killed by Helena Cassadine, Mikkos' wife. At the behest of Kristin, Alexis hid Kristina in the stables when Helena came to see her mother with the intention of killing her. Alexis came back and saw Helena slit her mother's throat. When she went back to get her sister, the baby was gone. Mikkos had taken her and left her to be raised by the Carter family in order to protect her from Helena.
A grown-up Kristina set out to look for her sister, Alexis, and hired Angel Sorel Ellis, who Jasper Jacks had also hired to search for Brenda. Angel Sorel Ellis introduced her to Jax when she realized who she was. After investigating her story, Jax brought her to Port Charles to meet Alexis. On August 31, 2001, Jax approached Alexis. He showed he had found her mother's necklace. The necklace had been stolen by Helena Cassadine when she killed Alexis' mother. Later, it was stolen at an auction which took place at the Haunted Star when Alexis tried to recover it. The necklace was composed of two halves, one belonging to Alexis and another supposed to belong to Kristina. He also questioned her about the other half of the necklace and about Kristina. Alexis, who had never told anyone about Kristina, refused to talk about it. Jax revealed Kristina was in fact alive. When they were about to leave to meet Kristina, Alexis received a call from Alan Quartermaine inquiring about a missing Chloe Morgan. Jax and Alexis went to Wyndemere and found Chloe dead (killed by Stavros Cassadine). Alexis stepped in to act as Stefan's lawyer, who had been arrested for Chloe's murder.
Tired of waiting, Kristina put on a man's jacket and hat to disguise herself and went to Luke's. She met Ned Ashton there for the first time. They started to flirt. Ned received a call from Jax informing him about Chloe and asking him to come to the Police Department. Kristina followed Ned to the Police Department, watched as Alexis broke down in his arms. Ned left to inform the Quartermaine's of Chloe's death. Kristina approached Alexis and started to introduce herself. Alexis, not knowing who she was and upset about Chloe, interrupted and told her she did not have time to talk so Kristina left.
Kristina came back to Jax's hotel room and told him that she had met Alexis. She was a stuffy corporate lawyer, she no longer wanted to meet her and she wanted to leave town. Jax informed her about their friend's death. Kristina apologized. When a weeping Alexis came to Jax's hotel room, Kristina hid. Alexis told Jax the meeting between her and Kristina should wait until she was in better shape. Instead, Kristina came out of her room and introduced herself. They hugged. Alexis later told Kristina the truth about how she was lost to her.
Kristina later changed her name from Carter to Cassadine. Kristina decided to stay in Port Charles and lived with Alexis at the penthouse located next to Sonny's penthouse. She worked as Ned Ashton's assistant at L&B Records. They got engaged. Alexis later became pregnant with Sonny Corinthos' child. Ned stepped in as the father in an attempt to keep the baby away from Sonny's business. Feeling betrayed and believing Ned and Alexis had slept together, she decided to leave town but didn't. Instead, she talked to Alexis. They resolved their differences. She later found a piece of a burned letter which informed her Sonny was the father of Alexis' baby. She set out to find Sonny to tell him the truth. She called him to meet him at his warehouse. A bomb exploded. She was injured. In the hospital, Alexis' begged her not to say anything. She didn't when Sonny questioned her regarding what she wanted to say to him.
Kristina died on August 6, 2002. A bomb set by Luis Alcazar was detonated. The bomb was meant for Sonny. Alexis named her daughter Kristina in memory of her sister. After baby Kristina was born, dead Kristina appeared in a dream of Alexis'. Dead Kristina's spirit was taking baby Kristina away with her. Days later, Alcazar was pushed from his balcony. The killer is eventually revealed to be Alexis. Alexis faked DID, saying her other personality was Kristina. She was who killed Alcazar. This forced Alexis to don a red wig. People believed her story for a while.
Brook Lynn Ashton
|Brook Lynn Ashton|
|Portrayed by||Brooke Radding |
|Last appearance||April 11, 2011|
|Cause/reason||Left town to go on Tour|
|Occupation||Escort for Nikolas  |
Formerly Singer (At The Metro Court)
|Residence||Wyndemere Castle |
Port Charles, New York
Brook Lynn Ashton is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. On the series, she is the daughter of Ned Ashton and Lois Cerullo, and was named after her mother's home town of Brooklyn.
Originally played by actress Brooke Radding in 1996, the character was last portrayed by actress Adrianne Leon when her birth date was revised to 1987 starting in 2004. Leon was nominated for two awards for the role in 2005: the Soap Opera Digest "Outstanding Female Newcomer Award", and "Outstanding Younger Actress" in the Daytime Emmy awards. Leon continued to play the character until 2006. It was recently announced in 2010 that Leon will return to the show as Brook Lynn in May.
Brook Lynn is raised by her mother after her parents' divorce, but lives with her father as a teenager. She is a talented song writer and singer and her mother, a band manager and record company executive, often pressures her to pursue a singing career. Brook dates Diego Alcazar for a time, but they later break up. She is also involved in adventures with Georgie Jones, her uncle Dillon Quartermaine, and Sage Alcazar, who competes with her for a recording contract. The obnoxious Sage is murdered by serial killer Mary Bishop after she is locked in the Quartermaine freezer by a fed-up Georgie. Sage is a sitting duck for the killer, who mistakes her for Brook's adopted cousin Emily Quartermaine. After her death, Brook puts a poignant song written by Sage to music and records it. Sage's uncle Lorenzo Alcazar blames Brook and the other teens for her death, but is brought to tears when he hears Brook perform the song. The following year, Brook is a victim of the Port Charles Stalker, who drugs girls and takes pictures of them. The stalker later turns out to be Sage's cousin Diego, who had read her journals and decided to get revenge on Brook and the others on her behalf. Soon after, Brook decided to leave Port Charles and return to New York to pursue her music career.
Brook Lynn was convinced to return to town in 2010 by Carly Jacks, who promised to pay Brook if she came between Dante Falconeri, whom Brook grew up with in Brooklyn, and his girlfriend, Lulu Spencer. Carly hired Brook Lynn to sing at the Metro Court and purchased her an apartment across from Dante's. Brook succeeds in drugging Dante at a bar and attempts to have sex with him in his apartment, but Lulu arrives to stop this and blames Brook entirely. Feeling guilty, Brook later tells Lulu that she had been working for Carly, but Carly lies and claims she was only trying to test Dante to see if he was worthy of Lulu. Lulu believes Carly, and continues to blame Brook.
Finding Brook in a state of devastation, the wealthy Nikolas Cassadine invites her into his castle and hires her to be his escort for a formal dinner in France. While he teaches her etiquette, the two begin a flirtation, and then a romance. Brook eventually moves into the Cassadine castle and continues to work as Nikolas' escort at formal events.
She is soon at odds with Elizabeth Webber, who previously cheated with Nikolas while married to his brother Lucky Spencer and believes along with Nikolas that he is the father of her infant son Aiden (Lucky is the true father). Elizabeth accuses Brook of using Nikolas for his wealth, and Brook in turn claims Elizabeth is using Aiden as an excuse to get back with Nikolas.
In April 2011 She left town to focus on her music.
|Portrayed by||Carly Schroeder|
|First appearance||December 7, 1997|
|Last appearance||October 3, 2003 |
|Created by||Claire Labine|
|Spin-off appearances||Port Charles|
|Born||December 7, 1992|
Serena was born via surrogate mother Lucy Coe when it was discovered that her mother Dominique Stanton Baldwin was dying, but wanted to leave her husband Scott Baldwin with a child. Lucy made this dream possible by carrying Serena until birth. Shortly after Serena's birth, Scott took her to Canada to hide from the mob, who was trying to steal the fortune that Dominique Stanton left them both.
In 1997, Scott returned to Port Charles, without Serena. At first, Scott accused Lucy of kidnapping her, but soon realized he was wrong. Scott was run down by a car but that didn't stop him from finding his daughter. It turns out that Danielle Ashley and Rex Stanton had abducted Serena hoping to bilk Scott out of Serena's trust fund. Danielle told Scott the truth and he reunited with Serena. Rex then made Scott appear unfit and gained custody of Serena. Lucy married Rex to keep an eye on Serena. Rex was forced to come clean and he was arrested for his crimes. Serena again reunited with her father, this time for good. Lucy was growing extremely jealous over Eve Lambert spending time with Scott and Serena, so Lucy siphoned the gas out of Eve's car so she could be the big hero for Serena and rescue them when their car ran out of gas. However, they were in an accident and Serena lost her eyesight. Following surgery, she regained her sight and Serena was ecstatic when her parents eventually got married and then adopted a baby girl they named Christina. Sadly, Christina was taken by her biological mother and her loss prompted the end of Scott and Lucy's marriage. Soon there after, Serena was thrilled when Julie returned Christina to her adoptive parents and when Lucy and Kevin got married on Christmas Eve. A few years later, Serena packed up her things and left with Lucy, Kevin, and Christina for Paris.
It was mentioned in late July 2008 that Scott and Serena had taken a long vacation on his sailboat in the Caribbean. Upon his return, he learned that his son, Serena's half brother, Logan Hayes, had been murdered by Lulu Spencer.
Serena was mentioned in the episode that aired September 10, 2008. Anthony Zacchara threatened to kill her if Scott continued his case against Johnny Zacchara. Scott remarked that Serena was somewhere Anthony couldn't find her, leading Anthony to reveal that Serena was still living in Paris, France with Lucy and Kevin.
Serena was last mentioned on October 30, 2008. After Laura Spencer was kidnapped by Scott, Lulu Spencer called Serena in Paris to see if by chance Scott had taken her there. Serena said she'd try to call Scott, but wanted to get off the phone.
|Portrayed by||Michael Cole|
|Cause/reason||Shot and killed by Bill Eckert|
|Created by||Gene Palumbo|
|Occupation||Owner of Barrett Industries|
In 1991 Harlan Barrett arrives in Port Charles to save the sunken vessel, the SS Tracy. Harlan notices Bill Eckert has the initiative to raise the ship with a unique invention and quickly hires Bill as the chief engineer for Barrett Industries.
Harlan is quite the ladies man and braggs quite often that he could have any woman he wants. Currently he sets his sights on Tracy Quartermaine who is very taken with the exuberant Harlan. Dating the wealthy socialite would prove very beneficial, as Harlan is after stock in ELQ. He makes the mistake of angering Monica Quartermaine, Lucy Coe, and Tracy, who drug him and hold him captive overnight at the Quartermaine mansion.
Barrett, Leopold Taub, Faison, and Lord Ashton later form a cartel corner the market on international trade with the use of a dangerous carcinogen, carbon disulfide. This toxin is manufactured at a canning operation uses as an elaborate ruse for their true purpose. The cartel strong-arms, newcomer Paul Hornsby to marry his way into the Quartermaine family and snatch up their assets. Paul feeds the cartel information about Robert Scorpio's investigation. Bill is brought into the Cartel, but a deliriously wicked Faison wants Bill to prove himself before he is completely accepted. Bill's assignment is to kill Faison's nemesis, Robert Scorpio. By this time, Bill and Robert are good friends, so a "faux death" is arranged. Bill shoots Robert on the waterfront, but Harlan isn't fooled, so he decides to shoot Robert again. Bill shoots and kills Harlan to protect Robert. The cartel's illicit activities come to an abrupt end. On Founder's Day, Leopauld Taub is killed, and Cesar Faison escapes. A grief-stricken Julia promptly ends her relationship with Bill. Template:-
|Portrayed by||Mary Beth Evans|
|First appearance||July 13, 1993|
|Last appearance||October 11, 1999|
|Cause/reason||Pushed off of a parapet to her death by Helena Cassadine|
|Created by||Claire Labine|
|Occupation||Former CEO of Deception Cosmetics|
|Residence||Port Charles Hotel|
Port Charles, New York
Katherine Bell came to Port Charles using the name Katherine Crawford. She claimed to be a friend of Scott Baldwin's deceased wife Dominique Stanton. She conned Scott out of $250,000. Lucy Coe discovered the truth about Katherine. Scott did not believe her and named her head of public relations for Deception Cosmetics. Scott was falling in love with Katherine. Katherine was dating Damian Smith and the two had planned to con Scott out of as much money as they could get. Damian and Lucy teamed up to break Katherine and Scott up. They told Scott the plan and he left Katherine at the altar. Katherine later discovered that Dominique was her half-sister. Katherine's parents were Dominique's father Avery Stanton and the cook from Dominique's home as a child. Avery Stanton had a brother named Rex as well as another illegitimate daughter named Danielle Ashley who appeared on the General Hospital spin-off Port Charles.
Katherine blackmailed Ned Ashton into marrying her. He was already married to Lois Cerullo making his marriage to her invalid. The butler, Reginald, at the Quartermaine mansion poisoned her and AJ made it appear as though she had done it herself. When she left Ned, she left with Deception Cosmetics. Katherine and Lucy founded the Nurses Ball in 1994.
Katherine met Mac Scorpio in 1995. Katherine was accidentally shot by Stefan Cassadine in 1997. Katherine and Mac ended their relationship. Her injuries left her unable to walk. At the Nurses Ball that year, Katherine took her first steps since her injuries. Katherine fell in love with Stefan Cassadine who felt guilty for shooting her and stayed by her side through her recovery. Although Katherine was in love with him he was married to Bobbie Spencer. When the two divorced Katherine and Stefan got engaged. They decided to celebrate their engagement with a ball at Wyndemere. During the party on May 22, 1998, Katherine learned that Stefan was still in love with Laura Spencer and that he could beNikolas Cassadine's father. Terribly upset, she ran away and fell into a trap meant for Helena into a parapet. Katherine was presumed dead after the fall from the parapet. She was injected with a drug that helped her make a miracle recovery. Lucy Coe mourned Katherine's death at the 1998 Nurses Ball. Stefan was put on trial for her murder but it was discovered that she was actually alive, thanks to Helena who provided the drugs.
Katherine started to have an affair with Nikolas Cassadine as a way to get back at Stefan, but she started to have feelings for him. Nikolas broke up with Katherine. She told him that she was pregnant, she was not. She tried numerous times to get herself pregnant and learned that the drug Helena gave her took away her ability to have children. Nikolas thinking that Katherine was pregnant proposed to her. She initially refused as part of her plan. She planned on faking a miscarriage by having a fight with Laura at the reception and then claiming she could no longer have any children. Katherine told Helena, who was in a coma, what she had planned to do. Helena regained consciousness and disguised herself as Laura. She pushed Katherine off the parapet.
|Portrayed by||Stephen Nichols|
|First appearance||June 28, 1996|
|Last appearance||October 16, 2003|
|Cause/reason||Stabbed and thrown from a cliff to his death by Luke Spencer|
|Created by||Robert Guza, Jr. and Karen Harris|
|Occupation||Former CEO of General Hospital|
|Residence||Port Charles, New York|
Stefan Darius Mikkosovich Cassadine is a fictional character played by actor Stephen Nichols from June 28, 1996 to January 16, 2002 and June 2, 2003 to October 16, 2003 on the ABC soap opera General Hospital.
Stefan is the second son of villain Mikkos Cassadine — who once attempted to freeze the world with a weather machine in the an infamous 1980s Luke and Laura storyline — and his equally evil wife Helena. The complex and often dark character alternated between playing protective uncle to nephew Nikolas Cassadine and tender would-be lover of Laura Spencer, and his obsessive vendetta against Luke Spencer, whom he blamed for the death of his brother Stavros Cassadine and for his own loss of Laura.
Stefan first came to Port Charles in 1996 with his teenage nephew Nikolas Cassadine, the secret son of Laura Spencer and Stefan's older brother Stavros. The Cassadines are descended from a titled, aristocratic Russian family who fled to Greece following the 1917 Russian Revolution. Stefan had raised Nikolas since infancy after Laura had escaped the captivity of Stavros and been forced to leave Nikolas behind, after Helena murdered Laura's mother when she tried to contact him.
Stefan battled his mother Helena Cassadine for control of Nikolas and control of the family company and was official head of the family by the time Nikolas was seven. His mother, emotionally abusive to him during his childhood, viewed him as weak and soft, which he was only in comparison to the more homicidal members of the Cassadine family. Helena strongly favored his older brother Stavros and alternately ignored and belittled the more sensitive Stefan. Stefan loved and protected Alexis Davis, who was raised as his first cousin but later turned out to be his half-sister, both children of Mikkos. He paid for her to attend boarding school in the United States as a teenager and encouraged her to go into the legal profession. However, he also dominated her and expected complete loyalty and obedience from her. Alexis was charged with doing much of the legwork for "Timoria", Stefan's planned vendetta against the Spencer family and General Hospital, both of which Stefan blamed for the presumed death of his brother Stavros. In their first years on the show, fans detected romantic chemistry in Stefan's scenes with Alexis. Stefan expressed disapproval of Alexis's relationship with Ned Ashton and she later went to great lengths to break up his engagement to Katherine Bell, whom she disapproved of. Fans of the romantic pairing called themselves the "Gutter Rats", though no actual romantic relationship was ever alluded to in their scenes together.
Laura Spencer contacted Stefan after her baby daughter Lulu Spencer was diagnosed with aplastic anemia and was in need of a bone marrow transplant from a matched donor. Nikolas turned out to be a match. True to the love-hate relationship Stefan always had with Laura, Stefan forced Laura to beg for her daughter's life. He then allowed Nikolas to donate the life-saving bone marrow to his sister. At the same time, Stefan launched his Timoria plot, to exact revenge on Luke and Laura for (presumably) killing his brother, Stavros, while he was attempted to rape Laura Spencer fifteen years prior. Stefan later married Luke's sister Bobbie Spencer as part of his revenge plot against the Spencers. The marriage ended in divorce after Stefan caught Bobbie investigating his actions against the Spencers.
In the intervening years, Stefan had an affair with and later became engaged to Katherine Bell. This relationship was derailed for a time after his "cousin" Alexis produced proof that Katherine was Stefan's half-sister Natasha. This was eventually exposed as a falsehood, when it turned out that Alexis was the real Natasha. This revelation rocked Stefan and he reacted as a true Cassadine. Stefan banished Alexis, but eventually forgave her. Katherine fell off a parapet during her engagement party to Stefan, the victim of a failed attempt to murder Helena by Luke and Alexis. Katherine was rescued by Helena Cassadine and restored to health, but died in a second fall from the parapet (this time assisted by Helena) soon after her return.
Meanwhile, Laura was harboring a secret about Nikolas, which strained her relationship with her husband and family. Eventually, Luke discovered that she had slept with Stefan and believed that Stefan, not Stavros, was Nikolas' father, and had lied to him about it. Meanwhile, Stefan had to face Nikolas about the secret that Stefan, too, had kept. Nikolas lashed out at Stefan, moving out and depending heavily on his brother, Lucky Spencer, and his friend, Emily Quartermaine, for support. Stefan did not approve of Nikolas's choices for companions, feeling that they were below his stature as a Cassadine. In particular, Stefan felt that Nikolas should always be wary of Spencers, and not trust them as he had come to trust Lucky. Eventually the two reconciled. Nikolas had always loved Stefan like a father, after all.
DNA testing later proved that Stavros was actually Nikolas's father, much to Stefan's bitter disappointment. The damage was already done to Luke and Laura, however, and they divorced. Shortly before Luke and Laura divorced, Stefan and Laura began a relationship, and Stefan felt hopeful that he could regain his relationship with Laura, the woman he had so loved and hated over the years. Unfortunately, their relationship ended bitterly, after Stefan learned that Laura's presumed dead son, Lucky, was alive, and temporarily withheld the information from her. Laura eventually learned about this from Luke, and violently confronted Stefan. Laura could not forgive him for the lie, and Stefan finally accepted that he and Laura had no future.
Stefan later fell in love with Quartermaine cousin Chloe Morgan and was framed for her murder when his back-from-the-dead brother, Stavros, killed her. The plot was eventually revealed and Stefan was cleared.
He appeared more aggressive and continually more deranged and desperate in his final year on the show. Stefan returned to the show after an absence. He had plotted an arranged marriage for Nikolas with Lydia Karenin, a wealthy Russian heiress, to restore the Cassadine family's wealth. He ordered Nikolas to marry Lydia, but Nikolas was reluctant to follow through. Stefan attempted to kill Nikolas's real love, Emily Bowen-Quartermaine, but pushed Lucky's girlfriend Summer (a Laura look-alike), off the cliff by mistake. His secret was well hidden, though, he thought. Stefan's loan from Lorenzo Alcazar was due (this loan transpired as Stefan re-entered the show); Stefan and Lorenzo's henchmen fought quite a bit with him in his final weeks. At this time as well, Luke Spencer kidnapped and put Stefan on "trial" in front of the entire Port Charles television audience, taped by Dillon Quartermaine. Luke intended for Stefan to admit to the attempted murder of Emily Bowen-Quartermaine and actual murder of Summer Holloway. Stefan apparently died after he was burned (and disfigured) and later stabbed in a knife fight with Luke Spencer.
Luke was arrested for Stefan's murder but was released when Stefan's suicide note was found, where Stefan admitted that he had set Luke up for his staged "murder."
|Portrayed by||Antonio Sabàto, Jr.|
|Last appearance||October 21, 2008|
|Created by||Maralyn Thoma|
|Spin-off appearances||GH: Night Shift|
|Residence||San Francisco, California|
John "Jagger" Cates is a fictional character on the popular ABC soap opera, General Hospital. The role was originated in 1992 by Antonio Sabàto, Jr., who portrayed him until 1994, and again briefly in the fall of 1995. It was announced in June 2008 that Sabato would reprise the role for the second season of General Hospital: Night Shift.
John Cates was separated from his siblings Michael and Gina after they were orphaned as children. John assumed the edgier name of Jagger, and fell in with a rough crowd. But Jagger's heart was still good—all it took to bring that out of him was some tender loving care from young Karen Wexler. In 1992, thugs broke into Kelly's Diner and roughed up owner Ruby Anderson and attempted to rob the place. One of them, a homeless hooligan named Jagger Cates, was shot trying to protect Ruby. Ruby not only forgave him, she gave him a job and a place to live.
Wealthy teen Jason Quartermaine started working on Dr. Tom Hardy's new volunteer "Teen Hot Line." Along with freshman Robin Scorpio and fellow junior Karen Wexler, Jason had a place on the crisis line to help teens in trouble. Karen and Jason grew close, but before long Karen got involved with Jagger Cates, a drop-out with a sweet disposition.
After a storm, Jason, Jagger and Karen were stranded on an island. On the island, they encountered Cal Atkins and his convict brother, Joseph Atkins, who had broken out of jail. Cal dragged Karen to the top of a cliff and tried to rape her. Jagger saved her. Jason got there in time to see Cal plummet to the shore below! Convinced that Cal was dead, the teens made a pact to keep what had happened a secret. Cal was actually alive and well with his brother. Back home, a shoot-out occurred. Jagger suffered a minor wound. Cal was arrested. Atkins escaped and sought out Bobbie, who had befriended him in letters to his jail cell. The escaped convict took her hostage and tried to rape her. Atkins was caught when he tried to escape in a police helicopter flown by Mac Scorpio.
Teenager Brenda Barrett turned up on her big sister Julia's doorstep. Julia persuaded Brenda to move in with her and enroll in Port Charles High. Jagger Cates also enrolled at PC High. Brenda was instantly attracted to him. She could tell he liked Karen, who Brenda instantly disliked. Neither Jagger nor Brenda liked school. But Jagger liked Brenda's style and they fell into each others' arms and made love.
For good reason, Brenda Barrett was insecure about her relationship with Jagger Cates. Jagger and Karen had fallen in love. Karen began having disturbing flashbacks. An old boyfriend of Karen's mother, Rhonda, came to stay with her and Karen. Soon after seeing her mother's old boyfriend Ray Conway, long repressed memories flooded back to Karen because he had abused her when she was a child!
Jagger located his sister, Gina, and hired Felicia Jones and Mac Scorpio to find his 16-year-old brother. At a wild party, someone slipped "ecstasy" into Karen's drink. A kid named Stone came to her aid. He turned out to be Jagger's brother, Mike. Karen felt unworthy of Jagger, who had started to box with Marco Dane as his manager. She broke up with Jagger who was comforted by Brenda Barrett.
A troubled Karen went to work as a stripper at the Paradise Lounge, run by Sonny Corinthos. Stone lived in Sonny's apartment above the club. Soon, Karen was addicted to stripping, Sonny, and pills! Karen kept her new life a secret while she worked at Kelly's and the hospital and went to class at Port Charles University. Jagger and "Stone" were reunited.
After Jagger and Stone argued over Stone's going back to school, Jagger followed Stone to the Paradise Lounge. He saw Karen stripping! Later, a stunned Jagger found Karen in bed with Sonny and beat Sonny up. Sonny put a hit out on Jagger. Marco promised Sonny a piece of Jagger's boxing action in exchange for Jagger's life. Sonny liked the idea of "owning" Jagger and agreed.
Slipping into the strip joint, Brenda's eyes popped when she saw a drugged-out Karen taking her clothes off. Brenda saw it all, and told everyone. Karen's friends and family rallied around her during her recovery. In his next fight, Jagger refused to follow Sonny's orders to take a dive. Jagger and Karen ran away and finally made love.
By 1994, Stone and Jagger finally rekindled the warm relationship they'd had as kids. Jagger stopped boxing and decided to become a cop. He and Karen, who had received a scholarship to study medicine at Northwestern University, got engaged.
Before Jagger and Karen's wedding day, a suicidal patient at the hospital almost plunged out a window with Karen! A new orderly, Miguel Morez, saved them both. Miguel saw how Jagger felt about Karen and had a pang. He had once been in love like that with a girl named Lily.
Jagger stopped his brother Stone from driving the getaway van that would carry Frank Smith out of jail. Tragedy struck when the bike Jagger was riding crashed and he was knocked out! Jagger recuperated from his motorcycle spill in time to marry Karen in a touching wedding ceremony. It was a day filled with love—and surprises. Karen's mother revealed to Karen that Scott Baldwin was her father. Karen, overjoyed by the news, happily hopped on the back of her new husband's motorcycle and sped off to a new life in San Francisco, where Karen would attend medical school to become a doctor and Jagger would become a police officer.
In 1995, Stone Cates had come down with the flu. As his girlfriend Robin Scorpio nursed him with chicken soup, he convinced her she should go to Yale. Stone assured Robin he'd been tested and was HIV negative. They made love for the first time. Mac was furious when he found out, but he came to realize he had to let Robin grow up. When Stone could not shake the flu, tests revealed the worst possible news. Stone was HIV positive. Stone couldn't bring himself to reveal the deeply tragic news to Robin.
Jagger returned to Port Charles to visit with Stone, luckily getting the chance to spend a little time with his brother before Stone died later that year.
Karen returned to Port Charles in 1997 as a young doctor in General Hospital's intern program, where she discovered she was going to be working closely with Dr. Joe Scanlon. Karen and Joe had been childhood friends in Port Charles. Although Karen was now married to Jagger Cates, a police officer stationed in San Francisco, she was still attracted to Joe. And Joe was attracted to Karen!
Karen's marriage to Jagger was on shaky ground but she wanted to make it work. Although they constantly found themselves in close situations, Karen and Joe resisted their impulses as Karen tried to stay faithful to her husband. Afraid of her feelings for Joe and needing to see Jagger, Karen went to San Francisco. While there, Karen learned that Jagger had been having an affair and that their marriage was truly over. Karen returned to Port Charles and her friendship with Joe grew deeper and the two began dating.
In 2008 Jagger returned to Port Charles with his son Stone, named after his deceased brother. It is revealed that Stone's mother is suing for custody of their son and probably would get him.
|Portrayed by||Michael Sutton|
|First appearance||October 13, 1993|
|Last appearance||September 29, 2010|
|Cause/reason||Died of AIDS.|
|Created by||Claire Labine|
|Born||August 19, 1976|
|Residence||Harbor View Towers|
Port Charles, New York
Michael "Stone" Cates is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. Michael Sutton portrayed him from 1993 to 1995 and returned for a guest appearance from September 28 through September 29, 2010. The character died of AIDS-related illness in 1995. Sutton was nominated for a 1996 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for the role.
Stone and his sister Gina Williams were raised by their older brother Jagger Cates after their parents abandoned them. Jagger wasn't able to take care of them and they became separated and entered the foster parent rut. Stone met Karen Wexler at a party. Someone slipped something into her drink and Stone helped her. Stone did not know that she was dating his older brother Jagger. Karen felt she wasn't good enough for Jagger so she ended their relationship.
Stone was living with Sonny Corinthos. Sonny was seeing Karen and got her hooked on drugs. Jagger found his little brother at his girlfriend Krystal's grave site and they began to build a relationship. Jagger became a cop and became engaged to Karen. Jagger saved his brother when he was supposed to drive the get away car to break Frank Smith out of prison. Jagger had a motorcycle accident but recovered and married Karen.
Stone started to date Robin Scorpio. The pair fell deeply in love. Mac Scorpio, Robin's uncle, proved to be a big obstacle in their relationship as he did not approve of his niece dating a street kid.
He came down with the flu and Robin took care of him. He told her that he had been tested for HIV and they made love for the first time. They used protection at first, but eventually they stopped; this was a decision that would change Robin's life forever. Stone had the flu for a while and decided to get tested for HIV again. The test came back positive. He did not know how to tell Robin.
Stone was shot and his blood got on Robin. He ran away from her. She found him in the same motel where they made love. Stone told Robin that he was HIV positive. Dr. Alan Quartermaine ordered that they both be tested. Stone's test revealed that he now had AIDS. Robin's test came back negative. Alan started Stone on drug therapy. Mac Scorpio, Robin's uncle was furious when he found out, but he cared for Stone and even saved his life during a seizure, and later bonded with the kid. Robin later tested positive for HIV.
Towards the end of his life, Stone was cared for by Robin and Sonny Corinthos at Sonny's penthouse. Stone's eyesight started to fail due to CMV retinitis worsened by his illness. Right before he died he was able to focus on Robin and see her for one last time. His last word were, "I see you...Oh, Robin, I see you." Stone was like a brother to Sonny and Sonny took his death very hard. Brenda Barrett took his death hard as well, and the two comforted each other. Sonny, Brenda, and Robin had Stone cremated and threw his ashes over a bridge where he had gone bungee jumping to fulfill one of the wishes on his "wish list", which he made once he knew he would not live many more months. That same year Sonny lost his pregnant wife, Lily. He donated her inheritance to General Hospital to open the Stone Cates Memorial AIDS Wing. Sonny later named his son Morgan Stone Corinthos, after Jason Morgan and Stone.
Stone's name comes up regularly on the show, unlike most soap opera characters who are quickly forgotten after being killed off. The annual Nurses Ball, ceased in 2001 for some unexplained reason, was always dedicated to Stone and featured his NAMES Project AIDS Memorial quilt, a robin on a bridge (to commemorate not only his life, but the love he shared with Robin Scorpio) created by Mac Scorpio, at the entrance. Robin tells many characters how she contracted HIV from Stone, and even did this when she discovered her mother Anna Devane was alive on All My Children in 2001. Sometimes, Stone, or a great coincidence, messes with the lights after blackouts whenever Stone's name is mentioned, leaving Sonny and Robin to often wonder if Stone's spirit checks in on them from time to time.
In 2008, Jagger returns to Port Charles in General Hospital: Night Shift. He visits Robin and later introduces her to his son, Stone, who later is determined to be autistic.
Stone returns as part of a vision to his former girlfriend Robin Scorpio from September 28, 2010 when Robin, kidnapped and held captive by Dr. Lisa Niles in an underground hole and urges her to have a positive attitude that she'll be rescued.
|Portrayed by||Anthony Geary|
|Cause/reason||shot to death|
Co-owner of Barrett Industries
William "Bill" Eckert was a fictional character on ABC soap opera General Hospital. He was the redheaded Spencer family cousin that was a dead ringer for Luke Spencer. He was portrayed by long time General Hospital favorite, Anthony Geary from 1992-1993.
Bill Eckert was a member of the crew on the SS Tracy. The Greenbelts, an environmental safety organization, protested the arrival of the Quartermaine boat. It had just exploded and sank in Port Charles harbor. Harlan Barrett of Barrett Enterprises came to Port Charles to salvage the SS Tracy. He was impressed with Bill Eckert, who invented a unique machine which raised the ship. Harlan hired Bill as chief engineer with the promise of upward advancement in the company.
Bill a cousin of the Spencer family had just come to town with his young son, Sly Eckert and recently divorced form his mother, Nancy. Bill's father died of a heart attack and Billand his sister, Jenny Eckert, came into a large inheritance. Bill, now a wealthy man, moved into an abandoned lighthouse with his son Sly and Finian O'Toole, whom Bill had hired as a housekeeper. Bill was now dating Harlan's marketing genius daughter, Julia Barrett.Harlan brought his her to Port Charles to run the cannery with ace in command, Bill Eckert.
Harlan Barrett, Leopold Taub, Cesar Faison, and Larry Ashton formed a cartel to control global business via the use of a toxic substance, carbon disulfide, manufactured at a cannery they purchased as a clever ruse for their operations and a place to brew the drug with which they intended to rule the world. Bill and Jemnny were both kept in the dark about the cannery's real intentions.
Meanwhile, Nancy having heard about Bill's new found wealth, promptly wanted custody of Sly. Bill saw the dollar signs in her eyes and wouldn't give in to her blackmail. Nancy began spying on operations at the cannery and discovered the carbon disulfide. She used it to make Bill appear inebriated Sly's custody hearing. The Cartel was worried with Nancy poking around and they wanted to make a still clueless Bill their newest member. The cartel then decided to eliminate Nancy.
Faison tried to use mind control to program Anna Scorpio to kill Nancy, but Anna and Robert Scorpio were on Faison's plan. With the aid of a psychiatrist, she become immune to it. The Cartel's goal was attained anyway as Nancy was mysteriously murdered and Bill was the prime suspect! The real killer turned out to Bill's houskeeper and Sly's baby-sitter, Finian, who had heated argument with Nancy and accidentally killed her.
Bill was brough into the Cartel, but a deliriously wicked Faison wanted Bill to prove himself before he was completely accepted. Bill's assignment was to kill Faison's nemesis, Robert Scorpio. By this time, Bill and Robert were good friends, so a "faux death" was arranged. Bill shot Robert on the waterfront, but Harlan wasn't fooled, so he decided to shoot Robert again. Bill shot and killed Harlan to protect his pal. A grief-stricken Julia promtly ended her relationship with Bill.
On Founder's Day, the Cartel was apprehended. Taub was killed and Faison escaped yet again. After Robert and Anna's presumed death Bill started dating Robert's widow Holly Scorpio. Scott Baldwin came across information that pointed to Lucy Coe in a Port Charles art heist. He told Bill and Holly who concluded that Lucy had fed information about the local paintings to the wealthy Richard Halifax. When Halifax realized Bill and Holly were on his trail, he returned of all the art...except Bill Eckert's painting, "Summer in Provence", This was the only painting Lucy didn't know about. Halifax professed his innocence but Bill knew he was lying! Then Bill goes to Paris where he reclained his artwork and had a fling on the side behind Holly's back, with his old flame, Victoria. When Bill returned to Port Charles, Holly walked in on Bill and Victoria making love at his lighthouse. The spruned Holly was hell bent on making the womanizing Bill pay! She smashed all the rare wines in his wine cellar, then left town.
In 1993 Bill and his cousin Luke Spencer come face to face when Lucky Spencer is sent back to Port Charles as his parents are still on the run from nortorious mobster Frank Smith Frank's men found Lucky staying with his friend/cousin Sly Eckert. They also find Sly's father Bill Eckert, who is the spitting image of Luke. Bill was trying to protect Sly and Lucky Spencer from a hitman. Bill is then shot in a case of mistaken identity. He dies in Luke's arms.\
|Jenny Eckert Hornsby|
|Portrayed by||Cheryl Richardson|
Jennifer "Jenny" Eckert Horsnby is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. Cheryl Richardson portrayed the character from 1991 until 1994 and then again during the summer of 1996. Jenny came to Port Charles with an environmentalist group called the Greenbelts. They were protested the arrival of the Quartermaine chemical boat. When the boat was pulling into dock, it exploded and sank. Jenny's brother, Bill Eckert and her cousin, Joey Moscini were on the boat. After the boat explosion, Jenny met Ned Ashton and Paul Hornsby. Paul was recently named CEO of ELQ. She was in love with both men. Jenny's father suffered a heart attack and died. She received a good inheritance. After her father's death, her mother Angela, moved to Portland and she enrolled in college courses. Jenny was torn between Paul and Ned until Paul became engaged to Tracy Quartermaine. Paul married Tracy and he was stabbed by Cesar Faison. Jenny stayed by Paul's side in the hospital, which annoyed Tracy. He professed his love to her and she told him that she loved him.
Jenny wanted Paul to leave Tracy, but she announced that she was pregnant. Ned asked her to marry him and she accepted. They had a big Quartermaine wedding. Cesar Faison had planted a bomb in Jenny's bouquet. Paul grabbed the bouquet and saved the day. Jenny told Ned that she was a virgin. In fact, she had an affair with Senator Jack Kensington when she was 16 and became pregnant. She lost the child. Tracy hired someone to dig up Jenny's past in an attempt to make Paul hate her. When the news came out it drew the two closer together. Ned divorced Jenny. Paul left Tracy when he learned that she was behind the break up.
Ned and Jenny were divorced but Tracy and Paul were still married. Ned was jealous of Jenny and Paul's relationship. He blackmailed Paul into giving him his shares of ELQ or he would expose Jenny's underage affair. Paul gave him the shares and Ned exposed the secret anyway. Jenny was walking and was hit by a car accidentally. The driver was Tracy. Tracy thought that Jenny was dead and left the scene. When Jenny recovered she told the police that she did not know who the driver was. She knew it was Tracy. She went to Tracy and told her to leave Paul or she would tell the police that she was the driver. Edward Quartermaine discovered what Tracy had done and kicked her out of the Quartermaine mansion. Tracy left town.
Jenny and Paul were finally a couple. They were at the wedding of Mac Scorpio and Felicia Jones. After Ryan Chamberlain showed up wearing a bomb, Felicia and Mac called off their wedding. Paul and Jenny decided to get married right then. Jenny learned that she was pregnant with Paul's baby. While alone in the park, she went into labor. When she arrived at the hospital the nurses called Ned instead of Paul. Ned arrived at the hospital thinking that his current wife, Lois Cerullo was injured. Ned was mad when he arrived at the hospital and saw Jenny. It was too late to call Paul, so Ned stepped in and helped her deliver her baby.
|Portrayed by||Robert Miano|
|Cause/reason||Shot/Killed by Sonny Corinthos|
Joseph "Joe" Scully is a fictional character on the popular ABC daytime drama, General Hospital. He was portrayed by Robert Miano from 1994-1995.
Offscreen several before, Deke Woods had beaten his wife, Adela Corinthos, severely, on her birthday no less. Adela had gone to the hospital with injuries before, but this time, she was unconscious, her face was unrecognizable. An unsrupulous coward, he didn't go to the hospital to check on her and put the blame on her teenaged son Michael Corinthos Jr.. Deke sent Marcus Taggert, a new Brooklyn PD recruit whom he was training. This set the wheels in motion for years of misplaced animosity, pitting Taggert against Sonny. Later Sonny confided in Joe about what his step-father, Deke had done to her.
The next day, Joe decided to "take care of" Deke, making sure Sonny had an alibi. On Joe's orders, Vince had arranged for Officer Deke Woods to be in an alley beside a nightclub when he went off duty. The club was owned by a lady friend of Joe's, who wasn't in the mob, but was obviously connected. Joe told her to go out of town for a couple of days so that she wouldn't be an accessory to what went down. And Joe knew that Sonny was at his friend Louie Cerullo's birthday party in Bensonhurst, so he wouldn't be suspected of killing Deke.
Deke was in an alley in Bensonhurst investigating an anonymous tip from an informant about a string of burglaries. Joe put a gun to his head and took Deke's gun from the holster. Deke identified himself as a cop. Joe pressed the gun to the back of Deke's scull. Joe finally spoke, "I know who you are, and I know what you are." Joe then attatched the silencer to his own gun. He stepped closer to Deke. "You're a pig, and I don't just mean a cop. You're a coward passing for a man." Deke was now nervous. Vince knocked Deke to his knees an Joe shot Deke in the forehead. Joe then fired one more shot into Deke's chest.
When Sonny went to visit his mother in the hospital the following morning, she told him the news about Deke's murder in the line of duty. Sonny instinctively knew that wasn't true. He knew Joe Scully had killed Deke Woods, to protect him and his mother.
Years later, Joe Scully arrives in Port Charles at the grand opening of Luke's and Sonny's blues club. Luke hired Mike Corbin, unaware that he is Sonny's biological father, as Maître d'. Katherine Bell, Lucy Coe's arch rival had teamed up with Damian Smith to enact a revenge plot. Damian asked Joe Scully to use his connections to sabotage Lucy's cosmetics company, Deception, by stealing Lucy's supplies and products from the warehouse.
Luke's Club was firebombed! Was it starting all over again for them? Sonny soon found out that Franks Smith's lawyer, Phil Cusack, had tried to move in on Sonny's action. Sonny non-violently dealt with the goons who bombed Luke's for Cusack, who was soon found dead. Sonny's friend and confidante, Harry Silver, provided him with info that Joe Scully had ordered the hit on Cusack. Scully had been like a father to Sonny.
Lucy is now in with Luke and Sonny on the Joe Scully scam. Lucy is going to be bait to get back at Damian and Joe. Mike and Luke pull off the heist and Scully is agitated to say the least! Mike and Luke continue with the scheme and Lucy gets Kevin Collins to body slide a joy to behold.
While waiting for Kevin to pick her up to take her away for the weekend, Lucy is kidnapped by Scully from Outback parking lot. Luke and Sonny save her with clues from Damian. Scully fires his gun, misses Sonny and the bullet hits Mike instead. Scully is about to shoot him again when Sonny shoots Scully killing him.
Lawrence "Larry" Ashton is a fictional character on the American soap opera General Hospital. Hugo Napier portrayed the character from 1988 to 1989 and from 1991 to 1992. He is the ex-husband of Tracy Quartermaine. Larry Ashton came to Port Charles with his wife, Arielle Gastineau Ashton. They came in on their yacht and deeply in debt. They were in search of the Dragon Bone, a key to unlock an ancient Chinese Civilization. Tracy Quartermaine blackmailed Larry into giving her and Ned Ashton a share of the treasure if he found it. Tracy said she would expose him as not being the Ashton Family heir if he didn't. The search ended when Robert Scorpio's dog buried the key. Larry and his wife left Port Charles. He lost his title when Charlie Prince turned out to be the real heir. Larry returned to Port Charles in 1991. He formed a cartel to control global business with carbon disulfide. To achieve their goals, they thought it would be best for Paul Hornsby to marry Tracy to take over her stock of ELQ. Killing her was an option to get control of her stock. The cartel was discovered and put to an end by the Port Charles Police Department.
|Portrayed by||Kurt McKinney|
|Last appearance||November 2007|
|Cause/reason||visited for Emily's funeral|
|Created by||Pat Falken Smith and Norma Monty|
|Occupation||C.E.O. of L&B Records |
Edward "Ned" Lawrence Quartermaine Ashton is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. He was portrayed by Kurt McKinney from 1988 to August 30, 1991, and Wally Kurth from September 9, 1991 until November 2007.
Ned is the son of Tracy Quartermaine and Larry Ashton, a British aristocrat. He heads up the Quartermaine family business ELQ and also handles personal family crises that arise, earning him the family nickname "Gatekeeper" for grandfather Edward Quartermaine, grandmother Lila Quartermaine, uncle Alan Quartermaine, aunt Monica Quartermaine, mother Tracy Quartermaine, cousins Alan "AJ" Quartermaine Jr., Jason Morgan, Skye Quartermaine, Emily Quartermaine, and half-brother Dillon Quartermaine.
Ned has had a number of relationships over the years. He was first introduced as having an affair with Dr. Monica Quartermaine, the wife of his uncle Alan. She didn't recognize him because he had been sent to boarding school as a child and she didn't see him again until he was an adult. He later married and annulled Monica's daughter Dawn Winthrop, divorced Spencer cousin Jenny Eckert, and band manager and recording company executive Lois Cerullo, the mother of his daughter Brook Lynn Ashton. He was also briefly married to Katherine Bell because she was blackmailing the family. The marriage was invalid, because at the same time, he was married to Lois as Eddie Maine. He had a long affair with Alexis Davis, but she left him at the altar on their wedding day.
He had a platonic marriage to Chloe Morgan, who was a distant cousin of his grandmother Lila, and later was engaged to Alexis's long-lost sister Kristina Cassadine, whose death he and Alexis blamed on Sonny Corinthos. Most recently, Ned had a relationship with Skye Chandler. For a time he pretended to be the father of Alexis's daughter, Kristina Corinthos-Davis and had custody of the little girl when Alexis was on trial for murdering Luis Alcazar and was later sentenced to probation. Alexis didn't want the Quartermaines to be involved in the girl's life, and he later decided to give up contact with her. Ned has been a back burner character in recent years, living quietly in Los Angeles and Brooklyn at once.
He returned in November 2007 to attend Emily's funeral.
In May 2010, it was mentioned that Ned is currently in Europe maintaining several bands with Lois. In July 1 2011, it was mentioned that Ned and Lois were together again and living in Paris while maintaining four other bands.
Mikkos Cassadine was a Greco-Russian aristocrat. The Cassadine family are descendants of the Russian aristocracy, with connections to the royal Romanov family. They existed for hundreds of years in Russia until the Bolshevik Revolution forced them to flee to Greece. After that period they built a large economic empire of power and wealth.
Mikkos and wife Helena Cassadine had two children, Stefan and Stavros. He also had an affair with Kristin Bergman, an opera singer, and had two daughters, Natasha (Alexis Davis) and Kristina. Kristin Bergman was murdered in front of her daughter Alexis by a jealous Helena. In 2009, Helena revealed that Mikkos had another illegitimate son named Valentin, who was disowned.
In 1981, Mikkos made his only on screen appearances on General Hospital when he was the mastermind behind a plot to attain world domination by holding the world to ransom through the use of a weather machine that could create severe snowstorms. He was eventually killed by Luke Spencer when Luke foiled his plans.
Nevertheless, the spectre of Mikkos still features prominently in storylines of General Hospital as his widow Helena, daughter Alexis, grandchildren Sam McCall, Nikolas Cassadine, Kristina Davis and Molly Lansing and great-grandchild Spencer Cassadine are still a part of the show.
|Portrayed by||John Martinuzzi|
(2001, 2002, 2003)
|First appearance||November 17, 1983|
|Last appearance||December 24, 2003|
|Cause of death||Died after falling into a bottomless pit|
|Title||Cassadine (Greco-Russian) Prince|
Stavros Nikolai Mikkosovich Cassadine is a fictional character on the American soap opera General Hospital. John Martinuzzi originated the role from November 17, 1983 to December 14, 1983, while Robert Kelker-Kelly played the evil Cassadine prince from June 1, 2001 to November 9, 2001. He made brief returns on February 14, 2002, March 28, 2002, and December 23–24, 2003.
In 2001, the long-running Spencer-Cassadine feud formed the basis of one of the major story arcs on General Hospital, with the character of Stavros having been recently reintroduced. A plot involving bioterrorism was beginning to unfold, with Stavros and his mother Helena as the primary antagonists. However, following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the producers quickly altered the storyline, and Stavros was written out of the series.
In 1983, Stavros was originally introduced as the cousin of the late Mikkos Cassadine, who tried to freeze the world with a weather machine, but in 1996 his history was retconned so that he was the firstborn son of Mikkos and his evil wife Helena Cassadine. He abducted Laura Spencer, told her Luke Spencer was dead and persuaded her to marry him. He fathered her son Nikolas Cassadine. When Laura learned that Luke was alive, she returned to Port Charles, intending to just look at him from afar and then return to Greece. Obsessed with Laura (whom he called Lasha), Stavros followed her and was believed to have died at General Hospital shortly after falling down a flight of stairs while attempting to shoot Luke and "reclaim" his wife. However, in 2001 it was revealed that his mother Helena Cassadine had arranged to have him placed in cryonic suspension in a secret room underneath General Hospital. Stavros was revived and came back for another round of murder (Chloe Morgan, who had discovered he was not "Lucien Cane" as he'd been claiming) and mayhem before he was again presumed killed in another fight with Luke---falling into a deep shaft, laughing all the way down. After his apparent death, Stavros continued to "appear" to his son Nikolas in 2002 and in a Christmas Carol-like dream of Luke Spencer in 2003.
|Portrayed by||Gail Ramsey|
|Last appearance||February 1983|
|Cause/reason||Murdered by Crane Tolliver|
|Created by||Douglas Marland|
|Residence||Her Cottage |
Port Charles, New York
Susan Baldwin (née Moore) is a fictional character from the original daytime soap opera, General Hospital. The character first appears in 1978 being portrayed by actress, Gail Ramsey. Ramsay departs the series in February 1983 after Susan is murdered.
Susan Moore, the flirtatious cousin of Heather Webber arrives in Port Charles in 1978 and catches the eye of Mitch Williams much to the dismay of Tracy Quartermaine. Mitch and Susan would soon begin having an affair which continued when Mitch married Tracy in 1979. In 1980, Tracy fed up with Susan and Mitch’s never ending rendezvous, in exchange for him breaking things off with Susan, Tracy donated two million dollars to his campaign for governor.
In 1981, Susan catches the attention of Tracy’s brother, Dr. Alan Quartermaine who is fed up with his wife’s affair with Dr. Rick Webber. They would soon begin having an affair not knowing that Monica was having Alan followed whenever they met. In July 1981, Susan would breaks things off with Alan. She returns shortly after and reveals that she is pregnant. Susan then relocates to New York City and secretly gives birth to her son Jason on September 14, 1981. Alan tracks her down and convinces her to come back to Port Charles. Susan gets upset by the constant pressure from Monica and Alan’s father Edward who wants her to disappear. A furious Alan moves out of the Quartermaine mansion in October 1981 and shacks up with Susan at her cottage. After Susan kicks Alan because he refuses to divorce Monica, he arranges for a divorce in January 1982, and they reunite.
After Alan postpones his divorce and reunites with Monica, Susan is devastated in July 1982 when Alan tells her it is over for good. Heather Webber convinces Susan to go after the Quartermaine fortune but she has trouble finding a lawyer willing to take her case and a distraught Susan turns to alcohol. Eventually, it is Scott Baldwin who steps in as Susan's lawyer. Susan is unaware of Heather and Scott's plans to get their hands on the Quartermaine cash. In September 1982, Susan wins a million dollar trust fund for Jason, while Susan only receives 150 thousand. Susan and Scott would become romantically involved much to Heather's dismay. In December 1982, Susan signs a document giving Heather permission to raise Jason is anything happens to her. When a drunken Susan finds Scott with Laura Templeton, she gets into a car accident and is left in critical condition. After realizing that Heather will get everything if she dies, Susan convinces Scott to marry her on December 17. Susan has actually fallen for Scott who is only after her money and Alan is insanely jealous.
In January 1983, Scott uses Jason's trust fund for the renovation of the waterfront pier and builds a mall. Susan takes power of attorney away from Scott and blocks his access to what is left of Jason's trust fund; she then kicks him out of her house. Susan is later approached by Crane Tolliver, the first husband of Lila Quartermaine who reveals that he is still legally married to Lila and the Quartermaines were illegitimate. Susan shocks the Quartermaines with this information but Crane is upset when she doesn't immediately demand money from them. Meanwhile, Susan learns that Scott forged her signature on documents giving him power of attorney again and she files a law suit against him in February. Susan decides to bring the Quartermaine scandal to the press but Tolliver doesn't want to be charged with blackmail. On February 11, 1983, Crane Tolliver shoots Susan at her home.
|Portrayed by||George Gaynes (1980) |
|Cause/reason||killed by Luke Spencer|
|Residence||Port Charles, New York|
Frank Smith was a notorious mobster who employed Luke Spencer at his money laundering operation, the Campus Disco. Frank ordered Luke to execute a "hit" on senate candidate Mitch Williams. Luke's pal and sister beau Roy DiLucca decided to carry out the it himself. he After the foiled attempt on Mitch's life, Roy was presumed dead after Mitch's security agents shot at him. He supposedly dies in Bobbie Spencer's arms. Only to return twenty years later after a long stretch in Pentonville federal prison.
Because Luke failed to carry out Frank's orders he was forced to marry Frank's daughter Jennifer Smith. After seeing Luke and Jennifer together countless times, a distraught Laura accidentally locked herself in the office at the disco. She overheard frank and Luke discussing "business". Frank realized Laura was eavesdropping and forced her to continue working at the disco so he could keep an eye on her.
Laura tried to convince Luke to break off his engagement to Jennifer. However, Luke knew that doing so would get him, Laura and their loved-ones killed. The day Luke and Jennifer's wedding was to take place on Frank Smith's yacht, Scott Baldwin pulled Luke out of the ceremony and started beating him. Luke fell overboard and was thought to have drowned. He later resurfaced and with Laura's help came up with a plan that involved the book of mob contacts that they had stolen from Frank earlier.
Luke and Laura went on the run with Frank's henchmen hot on their trail. One of the men named "Hitch" ended up befriending the two and could not kill them. The other hit man attempted to complete the hit but was discovered and killed by Hitch.
It turned out that with Frank's black book, Luke and Laura did indeed have the evidence they needed to send Frank to prison. In 1984, Frank framed Luke for a murder that was committed in Mexico and his best friend Robert Scorpio helped Luke was clear his name. Laura had just announced her first pregnancy and they are on the run once more. Frank's hit men track Luke and Laura to the Triple L Diner in Canada and blew up their truck thinking they were inside. In 1993 eventually taking on Sonny Corinthos as Frank's front man.
For safety reasons Luke and Laura send Lucky back to Port Charles to live with Luke's "aunt" Ruby Anderson. Frank's men found Lucky staying with his friend/cousin Sly Eckert. They also find Sly's father Bill Eckert, who is the spitting image of Luke. Bill is shot in a case of mistaken identity. He dies in Luke's arms.
Luke and Laura, with their son Lucky, decided to hide in plain sight, back in Port Charles. Damian Smith, on behalf of Daddy, promises Luke that he and his family will be safe if Luke will help smuggle people into the country, with Corinthos as a liaison. Luke says yes until he can figure out how to get rid of Smith. It turns out to be no easy task and puts him back in touch with a much-changed Jennifer. To get him out in the open, Luke helps spring Frank from prison in 1993.
This time Laura had announced her second pregnancy with (Lulu Spencer). Smith kidnaps a very pregnant Laura and uses her as a human shield and gets away. Lucky follows his father to a meeting with Frank's henchman and is shot but makes a full recovery. Finally, they at last have a final showdown at a cemetery in Puerto Rico in which Luke kills Frank. This is one of the longer protagonist-hero conflicts.
After Frank's death, Sonny Corinthos takes over his organization.
|Portrayed by||Norma Connolly|
|Last appearance||November 18, 1998|
|Cause/reason||died in her sleep|
|Created by||Douglas Marland|
|Occupation||Owner of Kelly's Diner|
Ruby Anderson (née Spencer) was a fictional character on the popular ABC soap opera, General Hospital. She was played by actress Norma Connolly, who began playing the part in 1979. As to this day, Ruby is still mentioned by Luke and Bobbie and is by far one of the kindest characters on the show.
In 1979, Ruby Anderson arrived in Port Charles. Ruby had become too old to prostitute anymore and came to see her niece and nephew, Luke and Bobbie Spencer. Ruby befriended Nurse Jessie Brewer who helped her get a job at General Hospital. Ruby then eventually became owner of Kelly's Diner and began dating Dan Rooney, a General Hospital administrator.
In 1983, after finding out that Scott Baldwin was threatening to expose Bobbie's past as a former prostitute in order to keep Luke from being elected Mayor of Port Charles, Ruby paid a visit to Scotty's father, Lee Baldwin. Ruby told Lee of Scott's threats, resulting in his being fired from Lee's legal practice.
Ruby met young Jagger Cates in 1992 when Jagger and his friends broke into Kelly's Diner. During the robbery, Ruby was assaulted and Jagger was shot by the police while trying to escape. Ruby forgave Jagger for his role in the break-in and assault and gave him a room above Kelly's and a job.
In 1997, Ruby met Elizabeth Webber. Liz asked for a beer and didn't have identification. Suspecting the teen was underage, Ruby served her a root beer instead. Eventually Ruby would warm to Elizabeth and give her a job at Kelly's.
In 1999 Ruby died while asleep. She left Kelly's to her niece and nephew, Luke and Bobbie.
name = Dr. Gail Baldwin
| image1 =
| caption1 =
| first= 1977
| last= 2004
| cause= Written off canvas
| born= 1948 (age 72–73)
| gender = Female
| occupation = Psychiatrist
| residence = Port Charles, New York
| siblings = Tom Baldwin
| children =Scott Baldwin
(stepson by Lee Baldwin)
| grandchildren = Karen Wexler (adoptive granddaughter, via Scott; deceased)
Logan Hayes (adoptive grandson, via Scott; deceased)
Serena Baldwin (adoptive granddaughter, via Scott)
Christina Baldwin (adoptive granddaughter, via Scott) | spouse=Lee Baldwin
(dissolved by his death)
| residence = Port Charles, New York | born = | portrayer = Susan Brown | color = brown | color text = white }} Dr. Gail Baldwin (previously Adamson) is a fictional character on the popular ABC daytime drama, General Hospital. Susan Brown originated the role in 1977.
Dr. Gail Adamson Baldwin came to Port Charles as a psychiatrist. It turned out she was a foster mother to Monica Quartermaine when she was growing up. Gail met Lee Baldwin. They were both mourning the deaths of their spouses. Lee Baldwin was married to Caroline Chandler Baldwin. Caroline was lost at sea with their son. Gail contacted Lee's son, Scott Baldwin. He came to Port Charles and got a job as a clerk at General Hospital. He fell in love with Laura Webber. Gail gave Monica advice about her love life. Monica was torn between Alan Quartermaine and Rick Webber Jr.. Gail helped Monica deliver her son A.J. Quartermaine during a snowstorm.
Gail and Lee married in 1980. They were very involved with Scott and Laura's life. When Laura wanted to divorce Scott, Lee burned the divorce papers. Lee ran for mayor of Port Charles against Luke Spencer. Scott was his campaign manager. Scott planned on exposing all the bad things about Luke that he could find. When his father, Lee, found out about his plan, he fired Scott. Luke became the mayor.
Lee defended Dr. Julie Devlin when she was accused of being the General Homicide serial killer. He put the blame on Dr. Eve Lambert. Julie was acquitted, but a tape surfaced that showed Julie was the real killer. When Julie was caught, Lee became her legal guardian. Gail tried every attempt to get her committed to Ferncliffe. Lee suffered a Pulmonary Embolism in 1999. He survived and made a recovery.
In 2003, Gail and Lee's adoptive granddaughter Karen Wexler was struck and killed by a speeding car. With some coercion on Gail's part, Scott allowed Karen's blood to be donated to save Lucy. The following year, after Lila Quartermaine died in her sleep, Gail and Lee attended the funeral where they paid their respects.
Following Lila's funeral, Gail faded quietly into the background. As of 2004, the character has been written off canvas.
Mitch Williams was a fictional character on the popular ABC daytime drama, General Hospital, from 1979-1980.
Tracy Quartermaine was strapped for cash and had just ended a disastrous marriage to faux Lord Larry Ashton. Her father, Edward had cut her off, refusing to bankroll any more of her escapades until she found herself a husband. Tracy then pushed her fiancée, the corrupt, Assistant District Attorney who had ties to organized crime, Mitch Williams to marry her. Lured in by the Quartermaine endless fortune, Mitch married Tracy, but continued to see Susan Moore on the side. By now social climbing Williams, (who remained in the mob's pocket) was running for the State Senate. Tracy gleefully financed his campaign. With Tracy controlling the purse strings, Mitch had no choice but to give in to her demands to crack down on organized crime -- starting with the mob's rumored control of the Campus Disco ran by head mobster Frank Smith. Smith who wasn't happy with Mitch's harassment arranged for his manager of the disco, Luke Spencer to carry out a hit on Mitch. In order to save his good friend, Roy DiLucca attempted to carry out the hit himself. The attempt failed and Roy was shot by Mitch's security detail. He was presumed dead but Roy really was sent to Pentonville federal prison. Mitch was now running for governor of New York. Later, Edward Quartermaine agreed to give Tracy two million dollars, which could only be spent on Mitch's race for the governorship. Tracy tired of competing with Susan for Mitch's affections, used the money to lure the greedy Mitch away from her. Mitch chose money over love and he left Port Charles for Albany. Tracy knew she couldn't compete with Susan so, she left with her tail between her legs and joined Mitch in Albany. Their marriage didn't last long. Mitch and Tracy quietly divorced and she returned to Port Charles searching for love yet again.
- As revealed by Claire herself on the July 27, 2010 episode
- Anthony mentions she is 16 on air 9/10/08.
- mentioned on air 09/10/2008
- Full name stated on-air on May 19, 1998.
- "Late-Breaking News." Soap Opera Digest, Vol. 33, No. 26, June 24, 2008, page 13.
- Matheson, Whitney. "Recalling some of TV's dearly departed." USAToday.com 31 August 2005.
- Stated on-air on September 3, 2001.
- Sept 11 changed US daytime TV (1/07/2002) - theherald.co.za