General Hospital (GH) Spoilers: Cameron Mathison Cast On ABC Soap

General Hospital (GH) spoilers reveal that Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan Lavery, All My Children) is about to make his debut in Port Charles, New York. Deadline reports that the daytime legend is joining General Hospital but provided no further details about the character or role.

Speculation had been rampant that Mathison would make a return to his daytime roots when it was recently announced that his daily Hallmark lifestyle show, Home & Family, is leaving the air after its current season.

General Hospital Spoilers – Who Will Cameron Mathison Play On GH?

The Emmy nominated Mathison starred on ABC soap All My Children as Ryan Lavery. Since leaving daytime he worked on his Hallmark show, as an entertainment correspondent, and co-hosted the 35th Annual Daytime Emmys plus appeared in numerous Hallmark films.

A spokesperson for Hallmark Channel previously told Deadline, “The 9th and current season of Home & Family will be the series’ last.” The show is hosted by Debbie Matenopoulos and Mathison and shares ideas for home improvements, crafts, parenting tips, lifestyle and health and fitness.

The spokesperson said, “For nearly a decade, the show has anchored our daytime lineup, featuring countless hours of cooking, lifestyle, DIY, health, entertaining, and decorating segments. We want to thank the heart and soul of the show, our incredibly talented cast and crew – led by co-hosts Debbie Matenopoulos and Cameron Mathison – for their creativity, hard work, and dedication.”

GH Spoilers – Cameron Mathison Cast On ABC Soap

The rumor mill churned with the idea that Mathison would appear in the All My Children reboot titled Pine Valley. There was also talk of him becoming the next EJ DiMera on Days of our Lives but that role was cast last week.

Now that the news is out that Mathison is coming to GH, the next question is, as what character? Will he be a recast, an entirely new character, or might he reprise the character of Ryan Lavery?

General Hospital Spoilers – What Happens Next In Port Charles, New York?

So far TPTB are keeping all details of Mathison’s role close to the vest but the news that he is back in daytime has got to be thrilling fans no end. On AMC Mathison’s character was involved with Greenlee Smythe, a character played by Rebecca Budig. Budig has appeared on GH as Hayden Barnes although she currently is off the canvas.

Would the show pair Mathison’s character with his previous costar’s character for old time sake?

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By Tanya Clark

Tanya is a freelance writer, educator, and therapist. She spends the days of her life caring for her bold and beautiful loved ones, she's young at heart, very restless, and made her debut at L.A. General Hospital.

2 thoughts on “General Hospital (GH) Spoilers: Cameron Mathison Cast On ABC Soap”
  1. Love him on amc I’m sure he will do great these writers are a bitch I’m telling you if change don’t come soon it’s going to me and these writers what make them think we want dark stuff nobody can’t seem to be happy they don’t need to bring it to our soap we don’t want these kind of stories all the time we starting to lose instead they need to give us the story we deserve if not they should get lose abc bring someone who can

  2. No, I don’t like the guy, never did. He is a show jumper. But again, the Cyrus guy makes you want to puke, and the story line. Some days I could care less if I watch or not, and I have been watching since the beginning of GH. Worse part of the show is Sonny, he is gone, and if he is led into sleeping with Nina, that will probably take the cake topper for me. He doesn’t know who he is, and Carly suffers every day, and dear little Nina won’t let her know, she would better herself with Sonny and Carly and I am sure the viewers if she did, and let him go home, get rid of Cyrus himself. Your writers are going up the wrong track, better think about what they are doing….

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