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A list of notable characters from the ABC soap opera General Hospital who significantly impacted storylines and began their run, or significantly returned, from the years 1980 to 1989.

Grant Andrews[edit]

Grant Andrews
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Brian Patrick Clarke
Duration 1983–85
First appearance January 24, 1983
Last appearance December 10, 1985
Created by Anne Howard Bailey
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Aliases Andre Chernin
Occupation Russian spy
Doctor

Grant Andrews is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. He was portrayed by actor Brian Patrick Clarke from 1983 to 1985, who also played the character's doppelgänger, Grant Putnam.[1]

Grant Andrews was a Russian spy trained to take the place of Grant Putnam, who at the time was presumed dead. To do so, Andrews married Putnam's fiancee Celia Quartermaine, as well as became a doctor at General Hospital. He helped Robert Scorpio thwart the Aztec Treasure escapade before leaving town.

Larry Ashton[edit]

Larry Ashton
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Hugo Napier
Duration 1988–89, 1991–92
First appearance October 12, 1988
Last appearance 1992
Created by Ann Marcus
Norma Monty
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Residence England

Lawrence "Larry" Ashton is a fictional character on the American soap opera General Hospital. Hugo Napier portrayed the character from October 12, 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 did not. 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 disulphide. 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.

Ned Ashton[edit]

Ned Ashton
General Hospital character
Portrayed by
Duration
  • 1988–2007
  • 2012
  • 2013,
  • 2014-
First appearance September 7, 1988
Created by Ann Marcus
Norma Monty
Introduced by H. Wesley Kenney
Book appearances Robin's Diary
Classification Present, recurring
Profile
Aliases Eddie Maine
Occupation CEO of L&B Records
CEO of E.L.Q.
Singer/Songwriter
E.L.Q. Shareholder
Tennis Instructor
Residence 66 Harbor View Road
(Quartermaine Mansion)
Port Charles, New York

Edward "Ned" Lawrence Quartermaine Ashton is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera General Hospital. Originated by Kurt McKinney in the fall of 1988, the role has been most notably portrayed by Wally Kurth on and off since 1991.

Casting[edit]

Actor Kurt McKinney originated the role of Ned Ashton on September 7, 1988. After 3 years with the series, McKinney last appeared on August 30, 1991. The role was quickly recast with Kurth, who made his first appearance on September 9, 1991. In February 2005, Kurth was dropped to recurring status, and he departed from the series in July 2007. He has reprised the role for brief stints in November 2007, November 2012, and most recently since January 24, 2014.

Storylines[edit]

Ned is the son of Tracy Quartermaine and Larry Ashton,[2] 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". Ned also maintains a longtime rivalry with his cousin AJ Quartermaine over the years.

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.[2] She did not recognize him because he had been sent to boarding school as a child and she did not 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, his alter ego and stage name he used for his music career. 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' 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' daughter, Kristina Corinthos-Davis and had custody of the little girl when Alexis was on trial for the murder of Luis Alcazar and while she was sentenced to probation afterwards. Alexis did not want the Quartermaines to be involved in the girl's life, and he later decided to give up contact with her.

Ned has spent recent years out of town, however he returned in November 2007 to attend Emily's funeral. In May 2010, it was mentioned Ned is currently in Europe maintaining several bands with Lois. In July 1, 2011, it was mentioned Ned and Lois were together again and living in Paris while maintaining four other bands. On November 21, 2012, Ned returned for the memorial of his grandfather Edward Quartermaine.

On January 24, 2013, Ned returned once again to support his mother in her battle to maintain leadership of ELQ.

On April 15, 2014, Ned again returned for the funeral of his cousin, A.J. Quartermaine - and to advise his mother Tracy on how to deal with Luke's recent marriage proposal.

Amanda Barrington[edit]

Amanda Barrington
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Anne Jeffreys
Duration 1984–2004
First appearance February 16, 1984
Last appearance July 16, 2004
Introduced by Gloria Monty
Spin-off
appearances
Port Charles
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Socialite
Board of Directors of General Hospital

Amanda Barrington is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. She was portrayed by veteran Hollywood actress Anne Jeffreys.

Jeffries portrayed wealthy socialte Amanda for a twenty year period.

Introduced in 1984, Amanda is a wealthy Port Charles socialite and close friend of Lila Quartermaine and her husband Edward Quartermaine. Amanda has two sons, Derek and Malcolm. Malcolm is deceased, but left behind a wife, Elizabeth, and daughter, Alison. Derek, who later marries Lorena, is the biological father of Mike Webber.

Standoffish and snobbish, Amanda often clashes with many of the doctors at meetings of the Board of Directors of General Hospital. Amanda's wealthy stature has Lucy Coe fighting for Amanda's affections for nearly 20 years.

In 1984, in a fight against the Quartermaine family, Edward's former mistress Beatrice LeSeur blackmails Edward and Lila, along with Amanda and Sylvia Whitby. Amanda and Sylvia, along with Holly Sutton are also blackmail victims to Leo Russell. Leo, the young masseur at the Avalon Spa, seduces his victims on the massage table and catches compromising positions on a hidden camera device. Beatrice catches wind of this and uses it to her advantage. On the night of an annual charity ball, Beatrice is found dead. Edward, Lila, Alan Quartermaine, Monica Quartermaine, Holly, Amanda, Sylvia, and Leo are all suspects, but all innocent. Throughout the course of the evening, all of them slip drugs in Beatrice's drink in hopes of knocking her out. With the help of Ginny Blake, Robert Scorpio recreates the night of the ball and finds that Beatrice was not murdered, but rather accidentally died when she ingested Lila's heart medication. Amanda, along with the rest of Beatrice's victims, is relieved.

In 1989, Amanda grieves when longtime friend Edward is presumably killed in a plane crash. Amanda donates a plaque to the hospital in honor of Edward. Amanda is delighted, along with the rest of Port Charles, when in 1991, Edward turns up alive and well. When Carly Roberts arrives in town in 1996, she immediately seeks out Amanda's attention after learning from Amy Vining how much money Amanda has.

In 2000, Laura Spencer asks Amanda to be an investor in her upcoming Deception Cosmetics line, to which Amanda politely declines. 2000 also sees the arrival of Amanda's granddaughter, Alison in the spin-off series Port Charles. After breaking her curfew all too often, Amanda orders Alison to become a volunteer at General Hospital. Initially hating it, Alison's mind changes when she meets Jamal Woods, who she helps hide from the police. Alison falls for Jamal, but he pushes her away. Alison is furious to learn that Jamal had made a deal with Amanda to stay away from her. In an attempt to fool Amanda, Jack Ramsey poses as Alison's new boyfriend, Chandler. Amanda agrees to let Alison continue seeing Jamal under the stipulation that she would be disinherited. Alison chooses Jamal over Amanda's money. When Jamal and Alison clash over plans for her to open a bakery alongside their bike shop, Amanda tries making peace between them. While arguing with Alison, Amanda has a heart attack. At Alan's urging, Alison repairs her relationship with Amanda and suspects that a mysterious gift of $25,000 came from her, but it did not.

When vampires descend upon Port Charles, Alison forms an alliance with Livvie Locke, Caleb Morley, and Rafe Kovich in order to take down Joshua Temple, the head vampire. Alison soon learns that Joshua's victims included Frank Scanlon, Victor Collins, Jamal, and Amanda. The vampire's spell is eventually lifted and Amanda is on hand to see Alison marry Rafe.

Amanda becomes a staple at the annual Port Charles tradition of the Nurses Ball, held annually from 1994 to 2001. She remains in Port Charles and is often seen on special occasions with her friends, the Quartermaines and the Baldwins. Her final appearance is at the funeral of her longtime friend, Lila, in July 2004.

In 2013, when doing a background check on Alison, John McBain revealed that Amanda had died a few years before.

Derek Barrington[edit]

Derek Barrington
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Mark Goddard
Duration 1984–86
First appearance October 15, 1984
Last appearance June 9, 1986
Introduced by Gloria Monty
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Businessman

Derek Barrington is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. He was portrayed by actor Mark Goddard.

D. L. Brock[edit]

D. L. Brock
General Hospital character
Portrayed by David Groh
Duration 1983–85
First appearance May 3, 1983
Last appearance January 31, 1985
Classification Former, Regular

D. L. Brock is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. He was portrayed by David Groh from 1983 until 1985.[3][4]

After an affair with Bobbie Spencer, they are married in 1984 by Lee Baldwin. Afterwards he becomes extremely abusive towards her. When he is murdered in 1985, Bobbie is originally suspected, however he was actually killed in self-defense by Ginny Webber.


Mikkos Cassadine[edit]

Mikkos Cassadine
General Hospital character
Portrayed by John Colicos
Duration 1981
First appearance August 10, 1981
Last appearance September 18, 1981
Created by Gloria Monty
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Occupation Founder of Cassadine Industries

Mikkos Cassadine is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. He was portrayed by John Colicos from August 10, 1981, to September 18, 1981. Mikkos characterized as one of General Hospital 's greatest villains of all time.[5] In the summer of 2006, it was rumored that the show was considering recasting the role with Daytime legend, Joseph Mascolo; however Mascolo returned to his famous role as Stefano DiMera on NBC's Days of our Lives.[6]

Characterization[edit]

Colicos was famous for his portrayal of sci-fi characters and Mikkos was no different.

Mikkos Cassadine according to some critics was "The Face of Evil" hell bent on world domination; very similar to many comic book super villains in pop culture. The Cassadines were introduced and create by General Hospital then executive producer, Gloria Monty. Over the years, Mikkos has been painted as a vicious tyrant, who was very controlling of all of his children. Mikkos's personality is very similar to that of his widow's Helena Cassadine (previously, Elizabeth Taylor, currently Constance Towers).[7]

Storylines[edit]

In August 1981, Mikkos Cassadine appears on his private island in Greece with several of his business associates, including his brothers, Victor and Tony.[7] Mikkos presents his plan to use the world's largest uncut diamond, the Ice Princess to power his weather machine and force the entire world to bend to his will, and allow him to rebuild the world in his own pure, perfect image. The first step of Mikkos's plan is to freeze the world, starting with Port Charles, New York; the hometown of Luke and Laura Spencer. By freezing Port Charles, Mikkos could bring the world to its knees and force its leaders to do his bidding. Mikkos refuses to negotiate with the World Security Bureau (WSB) and lowers the temperature in Port Charles so low that it is declared as disaster area.[7] However, the machine malfunctions killing Tony and Alexandria Quartermaine along with others, however Mikkos remains. Luke, Laura and WSB agent, Robert Scorpio break into the Cassadine compound, to stop Mikkos; during a struggle with Luke, Mikkos is frozen to death after falling into his own ice chamber. Luke is able to shut down the machine and Port Charles is safe; Victor is sent to prison. However, Mikkos's murder at the hands of the Spencer clan would affect the show for years to come.[7]

Impact[edit]

The feud between the Cassadine and Spencer families start after Mikkos's death; his widow Helena decides to take revenge on Luke and Laura. For years, she tortures them all because of her plans to avenge the murder of Mikkos.

Mikkos and Helena's controlling ways are often mentioned as the reason for the family being so screwed up. Their oldest son, Stavros in 1983, kidnaps Laura Spencer, forces her into marriage and to bear his son, Nikolas. Their other son, the gentler Stefan, is looked down upon for not being more like his brother, and parents. Stefan also has a thing for Laura, but he is killed by Luke in 2003. In the 1990s, it is revealed that Mikkos had an affair with the Swedish opera singer, Kristin Bergman who bore him two children, Natasha and Kristina Cassadine. When Helena finds out about the affair, she kills Kristen forcing Mikkos to send his daughters into hiding. The infant Kristina is put up for adoption, while Natasha's name is changed to Alexis and Mikkos lies, claiming she is the daughter of his late sister, Sophia, and raises her in Greece with his sons. In 2009, Helena reveals that Mikkos had another bastard child, the evil Valentin who had been disowned by Mikkos years earlier. Valentin is initially meant to cause more trouble for the Spencers and even the Cassadines, however the storyline is dropped. Mikkos and Helena are also believed to have another child, Irina Cassadine, who is shot to death by Helena in early 2012. Though Helena claims Irina as her daughter, it was never stated that she was fathered by Mikkos.

Mikkos's tyrannical spirit also affects his grandchildren, most significantly his granddaughter, Sam McCall. When a 16 years Alexis gets pregnant at boarding school, Mikkos forces Alexis into giving Sam up for adoption. Mikkos then forges a death certificate to make sure Alexis can never find her daughter.

Victor Cassadine[edit]

Victor Cassadine
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Thaao Penghlis
Duration
  • 1981
  • 2014
First appearance August 10, 1981
Last appearance September 16, 2014
Created by Pat Falken Smith
Introduced by Gloria Monty (1981)
Frank Valentini (2014)
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Occupation Director of the WSB
Residence Crichton-Clark Facility
Scarsdale, New York

Victor Cassadine is a fictional character from the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital. The role was originated by Thaao Penghlis in the 1981 Ice Princess storyline. On January 31st, 2014, Penghlis reprised the role on and off until September 16th, 2014.

Storylines[edit]

Victor first appears as a minor character in August 1981 along with his brother Mikkos and Tony. Victor has a short affair with Tiffany Hill while his brother Mikkos plans to use the world's largest uncut diamond, the Ice Princess to power his weather machine and force the entire world to bend to his will, and allow him to rebuild the world in his own pure, perfect image. While Tony and Mikkos get killed in the process, Victor is imprisoned for his part in Mikkos' scheme. It has later been suggested that Victor died in prison.

In January 2014, Victor returns to Port Charles. He is now the director of the WSB and as such was involved in freeing Liesl Obrecht and getting her the job as chief-of-staff of General Hospital after meeting Sonny Corinthos from her cell. Victor visits the recently returned Robin Scorpio, who has been kept away for almost two years, and announces that he has big plans for her. Victor wants Robin to help him to bring back his sister-in-law Helena Cassadine - who has been shot by Luke Spencer - and his nephew Stavros - who has been frozen by Laura Spencer. Victor showed Robin proof that her friend Jason Morgan was alive and she agreed to help him. While in Port Charles, Victor acquainted himself with great-nephew Nikolas Cassadine and his son Spencer, before departing for the Crichton-Clark facility in Scarsdale with Robin and later encounters Heather Webber. In May, Victor made a brief appearance to deliver a message from Robin to her husband, Patrick Drake, as well as deliver stolen embryos to Lulu Spencer and Dante Falconeri, at the request of former love interest, Liesl Obrecht.

In August 2014, it is discovered that Victor had threatened a troubled Rafe Kovich, Jr. into causing an accident involving Patrick, his daughter Emma, and ex-fiancee Sabrina Santiago that had resulted in the death of Patrick and Sabrina's son, Gabriel, who had been born premature as a result. Meanwhile, Robin has been successful in fulfilling Victor's plans to resurrect his dead relatives, as well as Jason, who Victor intends to use for his own purposes based on Jason's past as mafia hitman. Victor is discovered to be the employer of Peter Harrell, Jr., who had been conning Maxie Jones for months in an effort to obtain her mother, Felicia's, Aztec jewels. After Peter kidnaps Maxie and Lulu to a secluded cabin, they are nearly rescued by Dante and Nathan West (Liesl's son) before Victor gasses the place, and abducts all four of them to the Crichton-Clark facility. While at the facility, Lulu and Dante are left to face a recently resurrected Stavros, and Maxie comes face to face with Peter Harrell, Sr., seeking revenge for an incident with her parents years ago. Meanwhile, Victor develops suspicions about Nathan's paternity and orders a DNA test on the young detective to confirm whether he is his son. Back in Port Charles, Liesl deduces that her son and his friends are being held at the Crichton-Clark facility, and aids police commissioner Anna Devane in a raid. Liesl confronts Victor, telling him that Nathan is in fact his son, but when the test results prove otherwise, Liesl shoots and kills Victor. As a result, a detonation sequence is triggered to protect sensitive material, and Liesl, Anna, Nathan, Maxie, Dante, and Lulu all escape the facility (along with Robin, Jason, and a resurrected Helena who escaped through other means).

Stavros Cassadine[edit]

Stavros Cassadine
General Hospital character
Portrayed by
Duration
  • 1983
  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2013
  • 2014
First appearance November 17, 1983 (November 17, 1983)
Last appearance September 16, 2014
Created by Anne Howard Bailey
Introduced by
Spin-off
appearances
Port Charles
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Residence Cassadine Island

Stavros Nikolai Mikkosovich Cassadine is a fictional character from the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital. The role was originated by John Martinuzzi, who portrayed the role from November 17 to December 14, 1983. Eighteen years later, the role was recast with Robert Kelker-Kelly, who portrayed the role from June 1 to November 9, 2001, at which time the character was believed to have died. Kelker-Kelly subsequently reprised the role for several episodes, as a hallucination, between February 14, 2002, and December 24, 2003. On April 10, 2013, Kelker-Kelly reprised the role amidst intense secrecy on the part of the series.

Stavros Cassadine was first introduced to the series in November 1983, as he attempted to reclaim his "wife" Laura Spencer from her long-time love Luke Spencer. Over a year earlier, Stavros had arranged for Laura's abduction, having become completely obsessed with her. After telling Laura that Luke had died, Stavros took Laura to an island, where he married and raped her, the latter event resulting in the conception of their son, Nikolas. Jealous over her son's obsession with Laura, Stavros' mother, Helena helped Laura escape from his captivity. Stavros, however, managed to track Laura down, and following an encounter with Luke, fell down a flight of stairs, broke his neck, and died.

In June 2001, Stavros was revealed to have been cryogenically frozen by Helena, until medical science could revive her son. After recovering from his injury, Stavros quickly began wreaking havoc upon the citizens of Port Charles, namely Laura and his own brother, Stefan. Under the alias of businessman Lucien Cane, Stavros began to build a relationship with Chloe Morgan, seeking to undermine her relationship with his brother. When Chloe discovered Stavros' true identity, he murdered her and framed Stefan for the crime. Stavros also began manipulating Gia Campbell, in an effort to obtain information on Nikolas, and deduce whether or not Nikolas would remain loyal to the Cassadines.

Eventually, Laura and Stefan were able to conclude the Stavros was alive, prompting Stefan to break out of prison. After confronting Stavros on Spoon Island, Stefan tied him up and left him inside an empty coffin. However when the police came looking for Stefan, they freed Stavros, and following some questions, let him go. When the time came for Stavros and Nikolas to come face to face, Helena arranged for Nikolas to believe that Stavros was still frozen, prompting Nikolas to declare that he hated his father and hoped he remained "dead". Subsequently, Helena lured a handful of her enemies to the underground laboratory where she had kept Stavros hidden, and trapped them inside. Stavros, in an effort to prove his love for Nikolas, gave him the necessary information to escape the laboratory, with Gia in tow. Following a vicious altercation with Luke, Stavros found himself dangling over the entrance to a bottomless pit, and in one final effort to thumb his nose at Luke, threw up his hands and fell to his presumed death.

In April 2013, Stavros was revealed to be alive, after Helena had saved him from the bottom of the pit twelve years earlier. With Stavros on the brink of death, Helena whisked him away to Cassadine Island in Greece, where he had been recovering ever since. Stavros is eventually discovered to be alive by Nikolas sometime in December 2012, and in an effort to discover what his father and grandmother are up to, attempts to endear himself to them. On April 12, Luke and Laura rescue Lulu from Stavros and trap him in his own cryogenic chamber. He is presumed dead.

Following the intervention of his uncle, Victor Cassadine, Stavros is resurrected in September 2014, due largely in part to research performed by Robin Scorpio. After Victor arranges for Lulu, Dante, Maxie Jones and Nathan West to be captured, Stavros reappears with the intention of impregnating Lulu with an embryo he had harvested from her the year prior. Stavros' efforts fail, and he is shot to death by Dante. Despite this, a resurrected Helena gets her hands on the embryo, and flees the Crichton-Clark just as it explodes.

Sean Donely[edit]

Sean Donely
General Hospital character
Portrayed by John Reilly
Duration 1984–95, 2008, 2013
First appearance October 31, 1984
Last appearance August 12, 2013
Created by Anne Howard Bailey
Introduced by
Book appearances Robin's Diary
Spin-off
appearances
General Hospital: Night Shift
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Aliases El Patron
Occupation Police Commissioner
Director of the WSB
Private Investigator
Residence County Kerry, Ireland

Sean Donely is a fictional character from the popular ABC soap opera General Hospital. He was portrayed by actor John Reilly from June 1984 to February 24, 1995, and October 2008 on the two-part Season 2 finale of the General Hospital spin-off, General Hospital: Night Shift. He is married to Tiffany Hill, with whom he has a daughter named Anna.

In 1984, Luke Spencer was on the run from murder charges and called his best friend Robert Scorpio for help. Robert sent Luke to an old friend of his, Sean Donely, who was Robert's boss from his old WSB days. Regrettably for Robert and Luke, Sean was actually after the Aztec treasure himself. Sean, who had previously gone into retirement, got bored with the retired life and craved the excitement of going up against the challenge of another experienced spy - and that challenge came in the form of Robert. Sean kidnapped those close to Robert However, his plan to get a little excitement went terribly wrong when he thought he killed Robert in the process. Sean was devastated. When Robert turned up alive and well, Sean was so ecstatic, he did not even fight Robert when he came to arrest him. Sean and Robert made amends when he helped Robert defeat the evil Mr. Wu in the Asian Quarter adventure. In return for helping him protect his family, Robert made Sean, his daughter Robin's godfather. Robin Scorpio is Robert's daughter with Anna Devane. Sean happily accepted and took his job as Robin's godfather very seriously. During this time, Sean also took a liking to Dr. Monica Quartermaine. The two began to have a love affair, angrily opposed by both Edward Quartermaine and Monica's on and off love Alan Quartermaine. In 1987, Sean was put on a hit list, made by a group of terrorists targeting spies. Due to his occupation as former head of the WSB, Sean was next up on their hit list. His good friend Robert returned to Port Charles to help protect him, his family and friends. With the help of Anna, Tiffany Hill, and Duke Lavery, Robert and Sean traveled with them to Mt. Rushmore and the group was able to stop and catch the rogue terrorist group and their leader.

In 1988 Sean started to suffer from a mid-life crisis. During this time he fell for Dr. Greta Ingstrom, but her husband resurfaced. Sean went back to his past love Tiffany, who was unhappy with his wandering ways. Sean and Tiffany were able to work out their differences. The two were married in the Quartermaine mansion amongst friends and family. After the wedding, Sean assists his friend Felicia Jones in tracking down her husband Frisco's grave after she was informed he had been killed. Sean's insidious past came back to bite him in the form of his nemesis Cesar Faison who arrived in Port Charles in 1990. Through flashbacks, it was revealed the two had plotted to destroy Robert and Anna's marriage back their WSB days. Back when Sean was head of the WSB, he helped Cesar fake his death. Then one of the heads of rival spy agency, the DVX, helped to break the Scorpios apart, with Robert staying with the WSB and Anna going to work for DVX. Robert and Anna found out the truth. Nevertheless, Sean still helped his friends defeat Faison, before he could force Anna into marrying him. Cesar took his revenge on Sean in 1991, when he poisoned Sean's wife Tiffany with a mysterious illness that left her comatose. Cesar held the only cure and used this as leverage to made Sean do his bidding, though at the time Sean did not realize Cesar was behind Tiffany's illness. When Sean found out Cesar was behind everything, he once again teamed up with Robert and Anna to bring him down.

In 1992, Sean becomes the new police commissioner and is devastated when his two closest friends Robert and Anna are presumed dead from a boat explosion which occurred when they were trying to stop Faison. Sean split his time between comforting his grieving goddaughter Robin, and dealing with his nemesis Luke, who arrived back in town in 1993 and gave Sean nothing but grief. On the personal front, his marriage began to fall apart, when his wife Tiffany became obsessed with adopting her deceased sister Cheryl Stansbury's son Lucas. Unfortunately, Cheryl's will left custody of Lucas to Bobbie Spencer and Dr. Tony Jones. As their marriage fell apart over the adoption dilemma, Sean began an affair with lawyer Jessica Holmes. In the meantime, Tiffany is thrilled when she discovers she is pregnant. She is crushed just as quickly when she overhears Jessica tell Sean she is pregnant as well. Sadly, Tiffany miscarries her child and at the same time, Jessica admits to Sean she had lied and was not really pregnant. Sean and Tiffany start to work on recoiling their marriage, just as Jessica learns she really is pregnant. Jessica threatens to tell Tiffany. Sean threatens her in response, warning her to keep her mouth shut. Jessica is later found dead and Sean, thinking Tiffany committed the crime, confessed to the murder. However it was later proven the insane Ryan Chamberlain was the real murderer. Sean and Tiffany were in the clear.

In 1994, Sean and Luke are caught up in a shoot out with mobster Frank Smith. Sean is accidentally shot by Luke. Before Sean is sent off to heal and recuperate, an overjoyed Tiffany announces to their friends and family she is pregnant. When General Hospital recommends they transfer him to another treatment facility in Boston, Massachusetts, Sean and Tiffany decide to leave town to get Sean the best care possible and start a new life with their child.

In 2008, Sean and Tiffany appear to Robert while he is in a coma, battling colon cancer.[8]

In 2013, Sean is seen again, and it's revealed that he has radiation poisoning, just like Luke, after being shot of associates of The Balkan. He implores Luke to track down Jerry and get the antidote for both of them before it's too late.

Tiffany Donely[edit]

Tiffany Hill Donely
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Sharon Wyatt
Duration 1981–84, 1986–95, 2008
First appearance June 1981
Last appearance October 14, 2008
Created by Pat Falken Smith
Margaret DePriest
Introduced by Gloria Monty (1981)
Lisa de Cazotte (2008)
Book appearances Robin's Diary
Spin-off
appearances
General Hospital: Night Shift
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Aliases Elsie Mae Crumholtz
Occupation Actress
Television executive
Residence London

Tiffany Donely (née Elsie Mae Crumholz; previously Hill) was a fictional character on the popular ABC soap opera General Hospital. She was portrayed by actress Sharon Wyatt from June 1981 to July 10, 1984, and again from July 30, 1986, to February 24, 1995. Tiffany is married to Sean Donely and the characters made a special appearance on October 13–14, 2008 on the two-part Season 2 finale of General Hospital spin off General Hospital: Night Shift. Wyatt was nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 1994.

Storylines[edit]

When Luke Spencer and Robert Scorpio traveled to Greece to stop Mikkos Cassadine from freezing the world they met a girl named Tiffany Hill. Tiffany was a beautiful B-movie actress and was involved with Mikkos' brother Victor Cassadine. After hearing of Mikkos' plans, Tiffany helped Luke and Robert break into his command center. Luke and Robert were then able to destroy the weather machine and kill Mikkos in the process. Tiffany left Greece and returned to Port Charles, with her new friends Luke and Robert, just in time to be a witness to the beautiful wedding of Luke and Laura Spencer. Tiffany formed a close bond and friendship with Luke's new wife Laura Spencer. Several years down the line, when Laura's daughter Lulu Spencer was born, Laura asked her good friend Tiffany to be Lulu's godmother. Tiffany was also involved in a brief romantic relationship with Robert, before they both decided to go their separate ways.

After a couple months of being in Port Charles, Tiffany caught the eye of Dr. Noah Drake. Noah had previously been involved with Bobbie Spencer, but couldn't bring himself to commit to her, so Bobbie left town for a while. With Bobbie gone, Noah began to pursue Tiffany, however when Bobbie returned, Noah opted to resume his relationship with her and stopped his pursuit of Tiffany. When the romance between Noah and Bobbie failed once again, Noah again turned to Tiffany. Just as Noah and Tiffany were about to sleep together, Tiffany realizes that she doesn't want to be with him and breaks things off which ultimately led to Noah leaving town. Tiffany then began working for the Quartermaines following the murder of Alan Quartermaine. Sean Donely, who had been having an affair with Alan's wife, Monica Quartermaine behind Alan's back, was the prime suspect in the murder. Afraid that he would be sent to prison, Sean stopped seeing Monica and had just started to pursue Tiffany when the police arrested him for murder. Alan's father, Edward Quartermaine made a deal with Sean to have the murder charges dropped if he returned the money he had stolen while involved with Monica. When Alan miraculously came back from the dead and Sean moved on from Monica and began a relationship with Tiffany. Tiffany began working for the television station WLPC as an executive and gave Colton Shore his own show called The Colton Connection.

In 1988, Sean and Tiffany finally married in the Quartermaine mansion. During the wedding ceremony, Tiffany's real name came out: Elsie Mae Crumholz. Sometime after the wedding, the Cartel began working in Port Charles, and they poisoned Tiffany in order to blackmail Sean into giving them information on Robert's investigation into the Cartel. The Cartel's evil plans eventually fell apart and Tony Jones was able to cure Tiffany's illness. When Tiffany's sister Cheryl Stansbury died in a car accident, Sean and Tiffany went to Phoenix to get Cheryl's baby son Lucas. Lucas had been adopted by Bobbie, after Cheryl was told that her baby died. When Bobbie discovered that Lucas was actually Cheryl's son and the baby hadn't died, she kept quiet about it, so that she could keep him. Cheryl eventually found out the truth and got Lucas back, however Cheryl left Lucas to Bobbie and Tony in her will, under the assumption that Tiffany didn't want children. This infuriated Tiffany and she took Bobbie to court to gain custody of Lucas.

The custody battle for Lucas wreaked havoc on Sean and Tiffany's marriage. Tiffany tried to fight dirty by telling the social worker about Bobbie's past as a prostitute, but Sean refused to testify if Tiffany brought it up at the custody hearing. Despite Sean's protestations, Tiffany's lawyers used to ammo, but Tiffany lost the case anyway and Lucas was given to Bobbie and Tony. Sean and Tiffany grew further apart and the distance between them only widened when Sean began having an affair with lawyer Jessica Holmes. When Tiffany discovered that she was pregnant with Sean's child, Sean decided to fight for her and get her back. Jessica tried to stop him by claiming to be pregnant as well, but Sean returned to Tiffany anyway. Things took a turn for the worse when Tiffany found out that Sean might have gotten Jessica pregnant as well. She went into premature labor and her baby died. Devastated, Tiffany nearly committed suicide but Bobbie and Tony arrived in time to stop her. Jessica later retracted her pregnancy claim even though she found out later on that she actually was pregnant with Sean's child. When Jessica was murdered, Sean confessed to protect Tiffany because he thought she had killed Jessica. Felicia Jones and Mac Scorpio came to the rescue with proof that psycho Ryan Chamberlain was the murderer. In the clear, Sean and Tiffany were now able to begin to repair their broken relationship.

When Luke shot Sean and badly wounded him during a shootout with mobster Frank Smith, General Hospital recommended that they transfer him to another treatment facility in Boston, Massachusetts. Tiffany discovered she was pregnant again just before the pair left town in 1995. It is later revealed that they had a daughter and named her Anna after their good friend Anna.

Sean and Tiffany returned to Port Charles in 2008 (on General Hospital: Night Shift) to help their friend Robert, who was battling colon cancer.[8]

In 2013, it was mentioned that Tiffany was currently in London, looking for a cure for Polonium 210, after Sean was infected by a bullet laced with it.

David Gray[edit]

David Gray
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Paul Rosilli
Duration 1981–82
First appearance 1981
Last appearance June 18, 1982
Classification Former, recurring

David Gray is a fictional character on ABC's daytime drama General Hospital

David Gray came to Port Charles to steal the Treasures of Malluth exhibited in the Port Charles Museum. However, the treasures belonged to the Prince of Malkuth. However the Ambassador of Malkuth was in charge of them at the museum. In one of the final episodes in which the character appears, he reveals that he is the second son of the king of Malkuth; he was spirited away as a child because the cult recognized him as the true heir of Malkuth. Taking possession of the sword and helmet would make him the heir. He wanted to regain his power and leadership of Malkuth by stealing both the helmet and the sword of Malkuth. David Gray had a lacky named Mel. Mel was dating Laura Templeton in which David had worried Laura knew too much of his plan. David decided to hypnotize Laura Templeton in order to keep her in line. What David did not realize at the time was that Mel was also involved with Laura Spencer. Mel was photographing Laura for the Miss Star Eyes campaign. In which then David had realized he was following the wrong Laura and eventually hypnotized Laura Spencer. Since they were on the docks at that time, David sent Laura out to sea on a boat where she was presumed dead for a while. The Cassadines kidnapped her at sea and faked her death. It was thought Laura drowned at sea. Laura's husband Luke Spencer wanted revenge on David Gray. David Gray was eventually killed by Luke Spencer.

Simone Hardy[edit]

Simone Hardy
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Laura Carrington (1987–89)
Stephanie Williams (1990–93)
Felecia M. Bell (1993–96)
First appearance June 1, 1987
Last appearance 1996
Book appearances Robin's Diary
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Pediatrician

Simone Hardy (née Ravelle) is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera General Hospital. The role was originated by Laura Carrington on June 1, 1987, and she remained in the role until the character was taken off-screen on December 22, 1989. Stephanie Williams took over the role of Simone on February 16, 1990, and remained on the series until late 1993. Felecia Bell entered the role on December 20, 1993 until the character left the series in 1997.

Simone arrives in Port Charles when Dr. Steve Hardy hires her at General Hospital. He does not know that his son Tom Hardy and Simone had previously dated. When Tom returns from medical school, they resume their relationship and marry in 1988. Simone miscarries and leaves on a world cruise with her mother. Tom and Simone reconcile when she returns, but separate again in 1989 and Simone has an affair with Dr. Harrison Davis. Simone becomes pregnant but does not know who the father was. She confides in her mother-in-law, Audrey March Hardy. She names the boy Tom Hardy Jr.. She has a paternity test that reveals that Harrison is the father, but it has been tampered with by Simone's mother, Pauline Ravelle. Simone leaves town with her son to help orphans in Romania. When they return, Tom moves back in with them. Tom later leaves Port Charles to help with a relief effort in Somalia. In 1993, Simone decides to run for City Council. Justus Ward runs against her and is attracted to her. Justus wins, meanwhile they become close. Tom returns from Africa and wants to bring Tom Jr. and Simone back with him. Simone refuses and they divorce. Simone dates Justus Ward and they become engaged. Simone ends the engagement when she realizes that Tom Jr. will never accept it. She leaves town with her son.

Peter Harrell[edit]

Peter Harrell
General Hospital character
Portrayed by
Duration 1984–85, 2014
First appearance October 31, 1984
Last appearance September 15, 2014
Created by Anne Howard Bailey
Introduced by
Classification Former, recurring

Peter Harrell is the scheming fiancè of Felicia Cummings (Kristina Wagner). The role was originated by Judson Scott in 1984.[9] Scott's character was killed off in the spring of 1985 and the series introduced his brother, Prescott played by Robert Newman throughout the summer of 1985. In 2014, the series introduced the character of Levi Dunkleman played by Zachary Garred who is eventually revealed to be Peter's son. On September 12, 2014, David Gautreaux stepped into the role as a recast of Peter Harrell, Sr.[10]

Felicia confides in Frisco Jones (Jack Wagner) about her Aztec heritage and reveals that a family heirlloom was stolen during her birthday party; Felicia's fiancè, Peter Harrell was one of the guests.[11] Luke Spencer (Anthony Geary) shows up on Sean Donely (John Reilly)'s doorstep in Mexico where he meets with Peter and they set out to track down the men who have stolen Felicia's scepter and the two end up separated.[12] When Luke is falsely accused of killing one of the thieves, he learns from Felicia's grandmother, Mariah that Peter has been giving her false information. Luke's partner Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) discovers that Peter was in town at the time of the murder. Peter is working with Donely's assistant Cruz who tells him that his plan to frame Luke for murder has failed. It is eventually revealed that Peter is behind the plot to steal Felicia's ring and scepter because it is the key to finding the legendary Aztec treasure.[13] Spencer and Scorpio track the statue with clues to the treasures location to a museum where Peter and Cruz try to stall them. However, Peter gets arrested for tampering with the statue. Peter manages to get released and together he and Cruz confront Luke and Robert before escaping into the jungle. Peter kills Cruz when he learns that she is working for Donely who is also after the treasure and they start working together.[13] Peter lures Felicia to Mexico on Sean's orders and gets her drunk to get her ring before taking her to the waterfall where the treasure is hidden. Felicia ditches the ring to distract him and tries to escape. Peter recovers the ring and hands it over to Sean who pairs it with the scepter which opens a door to a staircase where they struggle with Spencer and Scorpio.[13] Sean is wounded and Peter is shot by the police and presumed dead when he falls into the waterfall.[14] With Peter's body missing, Sean's part in the scheme remains secret.[13]

Peter, very much alive vows revenge on Donely for orchestrating the heist.[15] Peter makes his way to Port Charles where he tries to steal the treasure from Donely's warehouse and gets stabbed by Donely's henchman, Jack Slater.[16] Peter calls Felicia for help and they meet at the old Pullman car where he passes out from his wound. Felicia calls Frisco's brother, Dr. Tony Jones (Brad Maule) for help and Peter escapes after Slater shoots Tony.[17] With everyone searching for him, Peter skips town for Canada and then hops on a plane to Brazil in March 1985.[18][19] Both Donely and Slater travel to Brazil to find Peter. On May 31, 1985, Peter's brother, Prescott (Robert Newman) informs Slater of Peter's death in Brazil.[20]

In September 2014, Frisco and Felicia's daughter Maxie (Kirsten Storms) discovers Peter (David Gautreaux) alive at a clinic and he initially mistakes her for Felicia. His son explains that after he was left for dead, Peter eventually made a life for himself, and started a family only for the bullet left inside him to leave him confined to a hospital bed. After Junior explains who Maxie is, Peter declares that she must die. Before Peter can kill Maxie, he is shot in the back by Nathan (Ryan Paevey).

Victor Jerome[edit]

Victor Jerome
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Jack Axelrod
Duration 1987–89
First appearance April 27, 1987
Last appearance October 20, 1989
Created by Ann Marcus
Norma Monty
Introduced by H. Wesley Kenney
Classification Former, recurring

Victor Jerome is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime drama, General Hospital. The role was originated by Jack Axelrod on April 27, 1987. Axelrod made his final appearance as Victor on October 20, 1989.

Victor is introduced in the spring of 1987 as the father of the late Evan Jerome, and rival to the late mob boss Angus McKay (Guy Doleman). When Angus's children, Duke Lavery (Ian Buchanan) and Camellia McKay (Elizabeth Keifer) is acquitted for Evan's murder, Evan's widow, Veronica (Robin Millan) puts a hit out on Camellia. However, Victor calls off the hit and banishes Veronica to Europe. When his wife Anna (Finola Hughes) is kidnapped by Grant Putnam (Brian Patrick Clarke), Duke is forced to turn to Victor for help. However, when Victor refuses, Julian (Jason Culp) decides to help despite his father's disapproval.[21] When Julian takes a bullet meant for Duke, a distraught Victor decides to hold Duke to the deathbed promise he made to Julian, to legitimize the mob. Meanwhile, Victor's daughter, Olivia (Tonja Walker) arrives in Port Charles and immediately causes trouble when it is revealed she put the hit on Julian.[22] In October 1988, it is revealed that Victor and Julian agreed to fake his death to throw Olivia off. When Olivia is shot and left in a coma, Anna is believed to be the prime suspect. When Duke threatens to kill Julian unless he helps clear Anna's name, Victor is worried. However, it is soon revealed that the actual shooter is Victor's oldest and illegitimate son, Dino Antoinelli (Chris DeRose) with his longtime mistress, Dimitra (Linda Cristal).[23] In the meantime, Victor becomes infatuated with Lucy Coe (Lynn Herring). He becomes her secret admirer sending her flowers and love letters. Victor escapes prison and pledges his love for Lucy on the docks. When Lucy rejects Victor, he is so shocked that he swallows a heart shaped pendant, that he made especially for Lucy. With help from Alan Quartermaine (Stuart Damon), Lucy dumps Victor's body in the lake. However, Victor's corpse washes ashore and is discovered by Anna's daughter, Robin (Kimberly McCullough) and her friend Rowdy on Halloween in 1989.[24] After Victor's death, it is revealed that Cheryl gave birth to Julian's son Lucas Jones and Victor arranged to have Cheryl think the boy is stillborn.[25] In 1990, a man by the name of Eric "Edge" Jackson pretends to be Victor's grandson, Evan Jerome, Jr. to get his hands on Victor's diamonds. However, his scheme is eventually exposed and he leaves town.



Felicia Jones[edit]

Felicia Scorpio-Jones
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Kristina Wagner (1984–2005, 2007–08, 2012—)
Sandra Ferguson (2005)
Duration 1984–2005, 2007–08, 2012—
First appearance September 7, 1984
Created by Anne Howard Bailey
Introduced by Gloria Monty
Book appearances Robin's Diary
Classification Present, recurring
Profile
Occupation
  • Private Investigator
  • Manager at Duke's club
  • Half owner of The Outback
Residence MetroCourt Hotel
1420 Courts Lane
Port Charles, New York

Felicia Scorpio-Jones (née Cummings) is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. She has been portrayed by Kristina Wagner on and off from 1984 to 2005, from 2007 to 2008, and most recently since April 27, 2012.[26] She was temporarily portrayed by Sandra Ferguson in 2005. Felicia is one-half of the Frisco and Felicia supercouple of the 1980s and 1990s.

Felicia Cummings arrived in Port Charles on September 7, 1984, intent on getting back an Aztec heirloom ring that Frisco Jones had purchased. Frisco discovers the Aztec princess under his bed and when she breaks her leg trying to escape, he nurses her back to health and protects her from the henchmen who are also after the ring. It is during this time, with their constant bickering fueled by a growing attraction, that Felicia and Frisco fall in love despite her having a fiance, Peter Harrell, back in Texas at the time. In the quest for the Aztec treasure, Frisco and Felicia, along with Robert Scorpio and his wife Holly Sutton join Sean Donely and Luke Spencer for a Mexican Adventure, later congregating back at Felicia's grandmother's hacienda in Texas where Luke's wife, Laura Spencer, had been staying.

By mid 1985, having survived a serious break-up, Frisco and Felicia move in together, sharing a tiny studio apartment at Bobbie Spencer's Brownstone. Following the arrival of Robin Scorpio, Felicia helps Robert and Anna Devane with their young daughter and stands by her man when Frisco goes undercover in the Asian Quarter to help Robert stop Mr. Wu's reign of terror with help from Sean Donely. The undercover work motivates Frisco to enroll in the Police Academy shortly after he and Felicia get engaged in December 1985.

On June 20, 1986, after having cancelled their wedding in a panic after her future husband was grazed by a bullet during a hostage situation, Felicia Cummings marries Frisco Jones on his birthday. Later that summer, when she is framed for grand theft, Frisco and Felicia go on the run eluding several mob hit attempts as they travel from New York City to Cincinnati, to Atlantic City, and later hide out at the circus before returning to Port Charles where Frisco is intent on clearing his wife's name, is instrumental in the take-down of mob boss, Mr. Big, and is promptly promoted to Detective.

In June 1987, Frisco joins the World Service Bureau (WSB), returning for one night early that December to spend time with his wife before going back into service, and is later declared missing and presumed dead in 1988.

After a period of mourning, Felicia attempts to move on and rebounds into a relationship with Lucy Coe's cousin, Colton Shore. It is revealed that Colton had been involuntarily involved in the attack that left Frisco for dead. In June 1989, Frisco turns up alive just in time to see Felicia marrying the man who had been programmed to kill him. Felicia is initially reluctant to choose between Frisco and Colton, but inevitably reunites with her first love on Halloween 1989 and the couple subsequently remarry on January 26, 1990. Afterwards, they go to Europe on their honeymoon/Frisco's concert tour which, unknown to Felicia, is also a cover for Frisco who had been lured back into WSB service after being warned that his loved ones were in danger. While in Paris, Felicia is kidnapped by ex-DVX boss, Cesar Faison, but is rescued by Frisco and Sean. Later, after accidentally overhearing Frisco talking about rejoining the WSB, Felicia, having just learned that she's pregnant, runs away to her grandmother's hacienda in Texas. However, upon hearing that Frisco was hurt during a shooting, she returns to Port Charles. Frisco and Felicia are reunited once again and, after a premature labor scare, joyously welcome their daughter Maxie Jones together on Halloween 1990.

A year later Frisco, Felicia, and Maxie move back to her family's hacienda in Texas. Felicia is constantly worried about the danger that her husband faces and eventually divorces Frisco. She becomes involved with the unstable Dr. Ryan Chamberlain. When Felicia witnesses Ryan murder his wife Gloria, she develops amnesia but manages to make her way back to Port Charles, leaving Maxie in Texas with her grandmother. In Port Charles, Mac Scorpio and Sean try to protect her from Ryan. Ryan has her committed to an insane asylum, but Mac helps her escape. Mac and Felicia then go on the run together and eventually fall in love. They almost marry in 1994, but the wedding is called off after Ryan crashes the ceremony with a bomb. After dealing with Ryan, Mac and Felicia once again try to marry, but Maxie then becomes ill with Kawasaki syndrome. Mac Scorpio tracks Frisco down on assignment in Somalia and brings him back to Port Charles. Upon seeing her father, Maxie rapidly recovers from pneumonia and becomes well enough for a transplant. In a tragic twist of fate, she eventually receives a new heart from her cousin B.J. Jones after the little girl is killed in a school bus accident. Frisco and Felicia celebrate their daughter's recovery by making love and after Frisco leaves, Felicia discovers that she is pregnant once again. On March 7, 1995, Felicia gives birth to their second daughter on the floor of Luke's club. The baby girl is named Georgie Jones by her sister, Maxie. Frisco comes home in May 1995 to spend time with his girls and expresses a desire to stay home and be a full-time Dad, but Felicia encourages him to go back to saving the world until he's ready to give up the work for good.

Later in 1995, Felicia becomes involved with Dr. Tom Hardy. She becomes the victim of another stalker and initially suspects Tom, but it is revealed to be Kevin Collins, suffering from a nervous breakdown. The strain on Tom and Felicia's relationship increases and eventually they separate and Tom returns to Africa. Felicia moves on and resumes her relationship with Mac, and in 1998 they are finally married.

In 1999, Felicia is given the task of writing Lila Quartermaine's memoirs by Lila's grandson Ned Ashton. Felicia uses the commission to go on several adventures with Luke Spencer. While on an adventure, Felicia is kidnapped by the presumed dead Cesar Faison. She is rescued but still has strong feelings for Luke. In 2000, Mac and Felicia's marriage begins to fall apart when Mac starts to suspect that Felicia is having an affair with Luke. Luke is later arrested and tried for Stefan Cassadine's murder, and Felicia is his alibi, confessing that she and Luke were having sex on the night in question. This is the last straw for and Mac and Luke's wife Laura Spencer, and they both file for divorce. Felicia later falls in love with Luke and professes her love to him, but Luke confesses that he is still in love with his estranged wife Laura.

After Mac is hurt in the Port Charles Hotel fire in 2004, Felicia returns to Port Charles, determined to rebuild her family. Even though they are divorced, Mac and Felicia reconcile and together they move back into the Scorpio home with Maxie and Georgie.

In 2007, a devastated Felicia returns to Port Charles to attend her youngest daughter Georgie's funeral after she is killed by the Text Message Killer. While in town she tells Maxie that she was with their father Frisco and Georgie had tried to stay in contact with her through letters. During Georgie's funeral, Maxie angrily lashes out on Felicia for being absent from her and Georgie's lives. She berates Felicia for abandoning them and tells her to leave the funeral. Felicia tries to mend fences with Maxie, but Maxie still continues to hold a grudge against her mother. After the funeral, Felicia initially decides to stay in Port Charles to help Mac and the PCPD catch the man who murdered her daughter, but eventually leaves again and returns to Texas.

Felicia once again returns to Port Charles on April 27, 2012, to help Maxie cope with personal and legal troubles stemming from Robin's apparent death and the murder of Dr. Lisa Niles. Felicia and Mac, who is now working as The Floating Rib's bartender, rekindle their relationship.

On February 4, 2013, Felicia is shocked to find that Frisco has returned unannounced to Port Charles, and the two share a poignant reunion at The Floating Rib. On April 24, Felicia found Lulu Spencer's ring while eating the peanuts.

Frisco Jones[edit]

Frisco Jones
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Jack Wagner
Kevin Bernhardt (temp. 1984)
Duration 1984–91, 1994–95, 2013
First appearance January 27, 1984
Last appearance April 8, 2013
Created by Anne Howard Bailey
Gloria Monty[27]
Norma Monty[27]
Introduced by Gloria Monty[27]
Wendy Riche (1994)
Frank Valentini (2013)
Book appearances Robin's Diary
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Occupation
  • WSB agent
  • Police detective
  • Performer at Duke's club

Andrew "Frisco" Jones Jr. is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. He has been portrayed by Jack Wagner on and off from January 27, 1984 to September 9, 1988; June 5, 1989, to June 11, 1991; May 3 to 25, 1994, April 28 to May 17, 1995, and again from February 4, 2013, to April 8, 2013. Frisco is one-half of the Frisco and Felicia supercouple of the 1980s and 1990s. Wagner was nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series in 1985.

Frisco arrived in Port Charles in 1984 when he is hired as the lead singer for "Blackie and the Riff Raff." He becomes friends with fellow band member Blackie Parrish and the two move in together at the Port Charles Hotel. The band breaks up when Blackie is sent to prison, and Frisco lands in the hospital after getting beaten up for quitting the music business. When Frisco's vocal chords are temporarily damaged, he is assigned a speech therapist, Tania Roskov, with whom he has a brief flirtation before losing interest upon the arrival of Felicia Cummings. Tania eventually falls in love with, and marries, Frisco's brother, Tony Jones.

Felicia Cummings arrived in Port Charles on September 7, 1984, intent on getting back an Aztec heirloom ring that Frisco had purchased. Frisco discovers the Aztec princess under his bed and when she breaks her leg trying to escape, he nurses her back to health and protects her from the henchmen who are also after the ring. It is during this time, with their constant bickering fueled by a growing attraction, that Felicia and Frisco fall in love despite her having a fiance, Peter Harrell, back in Texas at the time. In the quest for the Aztec treasure, Frisco and Felicia, along with Robert Scorpio and his wife Holly Sutton join Sean Donely and Luke Spencer for a Mexican Adventure, later congregating back at Felicia's grandmother's hacienda in Texas where Luke's wife, Laura Spencer, had been staying.

By mid 1985, having survived a serious break-up, Frisco and Felicia move in together, sharing a tiny studio apartment at Bobbie Spencer's Brownstone. Following the arrival and kidnapping of Robin Scorpio and the murder of his best friend, Josh Clayton, Frisco goes undercover in the Asian Quarter to help Robert stop Mr. Wu's reign of terror with help from Sean Donely. The undercover work motivates Frisco to enroll in the Police Academy shortly after he and Felicia get engaged in December 1985.

During his time at the Police Academy, Cadet Jones gets involved in the brownstone murder investigation, and along with Co-Chief of Police Anna Devane help crack the Laurelton murder mystery. Not long after, on June 20, 1986, Frisco graduates from the Police Academy and marries Felicia Cummings all on the same day, his birthday. Later that summer, when his wife is framed for grand theft, Frisco and Felicia go on the run eluding several mob hit attempts as they travel from New York City to Cincinnati, to Atlantic City, and later hide out at the circus before returning to Port Charles where Frisco is intent on clearing his wife's name, is instrumental in the take-down of mob boss, Mr. Big, and is promptly promoted to Detective.

In June 1987, Frisco joins the World Service Bureau (WSB), returning for one night early that December to spend time with his wife before going back into service, and is later declared missing and presumed dead in 1988.

In June 1989, Frisco turns up alive just in time to see Felicia marrying the man who had been programmed to kill him, Colton Shore. Felicia is initially reluctant to choose between Frisco and Colton, but inevitably reunites with her first love on Halloween 1989 and the couple subsequently remarry on January 26, 1990. Afterwards, they go to Europe on their honeymoon/Frisco's concert tour which, unknown to Felicia, is also a cover for Frisco who had been lured back into WSB service after being warned that his loved ones were in danger. While in Paris, Felicia is kidnapped by ex-DVX boss, Cesar Faison, but is rescued by Frisco and Sean. Later, after accidentally overhearing Frisco talking about rejoining the WSB, Felicia, having just learned that she's pregnant, runs away to her grandmother's hacienda in Texas. However, upon hearing that Frisco was hurt during a shooting, she returns to Port Charles. Frisco and Felicia are reunited once again and, after an premature labor scare, joyously welcome their daughter Maxie Jones together on Halloween 1990.

A year later Frisco, Felicia, and Maxie move back to her family's hacienda in Texas. Felicia is constantly worried about the danger that her husband faces and eventually divorces Frisco before returning to Port Charles. In 1994, Maxie becomes ill with Kawasaki syndrome, and Mac Scorpio tracks Frisco down on assignment in Somalia and brings him back to Port Charles. Upon seeing her father, Maxie rapidly recovers from pneumonia and becomes well enough for a transplant. In a tragic twist of fate, she eventually receives a new heart from her cousin B.J. Jones after the little girl is killed in a school bus accident. Frisco and Felicia celebrate their daughter's recovery by making love and after Frisco leaves, Felicia discovers that she is pregnant once again. On March 7, 1995, Felicia gives birth to their second daughter on the floor of Luke's club. The baby girl is named Georgie Jones by her sister, Maxie. Frisco comes home in May 1995 to spend time with his girls and expresses a desire to stay home and be a full-time Dad, but Felicia encourages him to go back to saving the world until he's ready to give up the work for good.

In February 2013, Frisco resurfaces in Port Charles, having been informed of Maxie's plans to act as a surrogate for Lulu Spencer (Julie Marie Berman) and Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna). After a lukewarm encounter with Frisco, Mac conveys to Felicia his disappointment that she failed to mention their rekindled romance to Frisco, prompting him to wonder if she is embarrassed by her "bartender boyfriend". Maxie walks in on the three of them and is stunned to see her father for the first time in eighteen years. Frisco spends time bonding with Maxie and tries to get closer to Felicia. But at the 2013 Nurse's Ball, Felicia turns down an out of the blue marriage proposal from her ex-husband and, heartbroken, Frisco leaves town yet again, despite pleas from Maxie to stay.

Tania Jones[edit]

Tania Jones
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Hilary Edson
Duration 1984–87
First appearance March 15, 1984
Last appearance March 20, 1987
Created by Anne Howard Bailey
Classification Former, Regular

Tania Jones (née Roskov) is a fictional character on the ABC daytime soap General Hospital. The character was portrayed by Hilary Edson from 1984 to 1987.

Tania Roskov first dated Frisco Jones, but soon fell in love with and eventually married his brother, Dr. Tony Jones. They had one daughter, B.J., whose tragic death enabled her cousin Maxie Jones to live. While out shopping with sister-in-law Felicia in the spring of 1987 she was run over and killed by a hit and run driver. Later, the driver was revealed to be a teen named Cory, whom Tony had to operate on.

Tony Jones[edit]

Tony Jones
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Brad Maule
Duration 1984–2006
First appearance April 18, 1984
Last appearance February 10, 2006
Created by Anne Howard Bailey
Book appearances Robin's Diary
Spin-off
appearances
Port Charles
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Occupation Neurosurgeon

Dr. Anthony "Tony" Jones was a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. He is the older and steadier brother of fictional WSB spy Andrew "Frisco" Jones. Tony Jones was portrayed by Brad Maule from 1984 to 1999, with appearances in 2000 and 2006 until the character's death. Maule was nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series in 1995, and the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in 1997.

Dr. Tony Jones' early years on the show included a number of typical soap opera tragedies, including temporary blindness, being shot by Jack Slater, his wife Tania Roskov's death in a car accident soon after the birth of their daughter, and the marital infidelity of his second wife, Lucy Coe. Tony later married his friend Bobbie Spencer, who adopted his daughter B. J. Jones, who had been named in her honor after Bobbie helped deliver B.J.. Tony and Bobbie adopted Lucas together. They had to return him to his birth mother, Cheryl Stansbury, when it turned out he had been illegally adopted, but they were granted guardianship of Lucas a year later when Cheryl was killed in a car accident. Tony and Bobbie successfully fought for custody of Lucas against his maternal aunt, Tiffany Donely.

Tony's most memorable story came in 1994, when his young daughter B.J. was killed in a school van accident and he made the decision to allow B.J.'s heart to be transplanted into her ailing cousin, Maxie. One of the most heart-breaking scenes ever seen on General Hospital showed Tony talking to his brain-dead daughter, B.J. right before the heart transplant operation. It was a very tearful and emotional goodbye to his daughter. It was a storyline that won much acclaim and several awards for writing and for acting. Two years later, Tony visits B.J.'s grave on Oct. 6, 1996, which would have been her tenth birthday. It was another heartwrenching moment where Tony was emotional throughout the entire scene, where he tells her about the mess with his and Bobbie's marriage. The scene where he touches the ground and then lies down right next to her gravestone earned him an Emmy nomination in 1997.

Later, after his marriage to Bobbie broke up under the stress of her infidelity with Damian Smith and the loss of B.J., he became romantically involved with Carly Benson, the daughter Bobbie gave up for adoption as a teenager. When Carly became pregnant by A. J. Quartermaine, she was initially uncertain whether Tony or A.J. had fathered her son Michael. When the baby was born, his blood type proved that he could not be Tony's son, but Tony still felt like the father because he had cared for him during the months of Carly's pregnancy. He kidnapped baby Michael from Carly for a time. Michael was recovered and Tony was put on trial, but was found not guilty by reason of temporary insanity. Carly then shot and seriously wounded him in open court.

Tony eventually rehabilitated himself and returned to his practice as a neurosurgeon. In recent years, he has been largely a recurring character. He was supportive when his adopted son, Lucas Jones, told his parents he was gay. Tony died in February 2006 during an encephalitis epidemic at General Hospital. Tony told those at his bedside that B.J. was there waiting for him and that he was going to die happy.

Rose Kelly[edit]

Rose Kelly
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Loanne Bishop
Duration 1980–84
First appearance 1980
Last appearance August 29, 1984
Introduced by Gloria Monty
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Owner of Kelly's Diner

Rose Kelly is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera, General Hospital. Loanne Bishop originated the role in 1980,[29] and left in September 1984 after being unhappy with her lack of storylines.[30] Bishop was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 1984.[31] She also took part in Love in the Afternoon, a music compilation sung by soap opera stars in 1982.[32]

Rose and her husband Paddy Kelly are the original owners of Kelly's Diner in Port Charles. They get involved with Frank Smith and his mob dealings, and Paddy Kelly is killed by the mob. Rose is the stepmother of Paddy's son Joe Kelly, and becomes the foster mother of Lou Swenson. She later gets involved with Jake Meyer.[33]

Blackie Parrish[edit]

Blackie Parrish
General Hospital character
Portrayed by John Stamos
Duration 1982–84
First appearance January 28, 1982
Last appearance April 5, 1984
Created by Thom Racina
Leah Laiman
Gloria Monty[27]
Norma Monty[27]
Introduced by Gloria Monty[27]
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Drummer in Blackie and the Riff Raff
Residence Prison

Blackie Parrish is a fictional character from the ABC soap opera General Hospital. He is the foster child of Rick and Lesley Webber. He was portrayed by John Stamos[34] from 1982 to 1984. Stamos was nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in 1983 and 1984.

Stamos also starred in another ABC series, the sitcom, Full House.[35]

Lesley Webber was destroyed by the disappearance of her daughter, Laura Spencer. She and her husband, Dr. Rick Webber, took in a foster son, Blackie Parrish, who had just lost his mother. Blackie Parrish was a street kid used to living by his wits. He met his girlfriend, runaway Lou Swenson, when she was hiding in a construction trailer.

Upset by the degradation on the waterfront, Rick Webber founded a sports center to give kids a place to go rather than hang out on the streets and get into trouble. Blackie was a big help in getting this center off the ground. Interested in music, and with the help of Lou, he formed Blackie and the Riff Raff, a band in which he played the drums. The group acquired a manager, who brought in Frisco Jones (Jack Wagner) as lead singer. Blackie moved in with Frisco at the Port Charles Hotel.

Under pressure to come up with a hit song, Blackie panicked and developed writer's block. He stole a song from a hotel bellboy, Josh Clayton. Lou knew this and confronted Blackie with Josh's tape. Steffi, Blackie's manager, jumped to grab the tape. In an attempt to get away from her, Lou backed away, fell, hit her head and died.

Blackie owned up to his responsibility for Lou's death and was sentenced to two years in prison for manslaughter.

Grant Putnam[edit]

Grant Putnam
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Brian Patrick Clarke
Duration 1983, 1985–88
First appearance November 8, 1983
Last appearance February 26, 1988
Created by Anne Howard Bailey
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Aliases Andrei Chernin
The Snowman
Residence England

Grant Putnam is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. He was portrayed by actor Brian Patrick Clarke in 1983 and again from 1985 to 1988. Clarke also played Grant Andrews in 1983. Putnam was named the number five top General Hospital soap villain.[1]

Putnam's earlier crimes included allowing his younger brother Ian to die in a skiing accident when they were both teenagers and murdering his doctor while escaping from a sanitarium. When he arrived in Port Charles, he framed Grant Andrews for murder and sabotaged his marriage to Celia Quartermaine. Robert Scorpio helped to send him back to the sanitarium.

A few years later he was released again and wanted revenge on Robert Scorpio. He attempted to kidnap Robert's daughter Robin Scorpio, and in the process murdered Filomena Soltini and kidnapped Anna Devane instead. He was eventually caught again and returned to the sanitarium.

Alexandria Quartermaine[edit]

Alexandria Quartermaine
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Renee Anderson
Duration 1980–81
First appearance November 1980
Last appearance September 18, 1981
Introduced by Gloria Monty
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Aliases Alex

Alexandria "Alex" Quartermaine is a fictional character from the original ABC Daytime soap opera, General Hospital. The role was originated in 1980 by Renee Anderson. Anderson departed from the series in 1981 when the character was killed off. She is a member of the famed Quartermaine family.

Casting and creation[edit]

Upon the departure of Jane Elliot as resident villain-ess, Tracy Quartermaine in the spring of 1980, the producers began crafting a new character to take Tracy's place. In mid November, the series introduced Renee Anderson, as Edward (David Lewis)'s "snake in the grass" niece.[36] Mary Ann Cooper of The News and Courier described the character and the actress as "beautiful and sophisticated." Alexandria's schemes are immediately met with opposition with the introduction of Detective Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers).[37] Anderson made her last appearance on the series on September 18, 1981.

Storylines[edit]

Alex's arrival is met by enthusiasm from uncle Edward while her cousin Alan (Stuart Damon) and his wife Monica (Leslie Charleson) question her motives. Edward is so happy to see Alex that he comes out of retirement and becomes an investor with her on her secret project, manufacturing and distributing synthetic diamonds. Alex hires Luke Spencer (Anthony Geary) to track down her competition, the Cassadine family. However, Luke is hesitant to take the job believing Alex is trying to seduce him. Luke eventually tracks down the Cassadines who were operating under the surname, Castle. Prior to her arrival in Port Charles, Alex steals the world's largest uncut diamond, the Ice Princess, paints it black and ships it to Port Charles. However, the diamond is lost in transit forcing Luke, Robert, Alex and Tony Cassadine (Andre Landzaat) to go after it. Tony starts to romance Alex and they eventually become engaged. The couple teams up with his brothers, Mikkos (John Colicos) and Victor (Thaao Penghlis) in an effort to take over the world. In September 1981, Alex along with several other guests are invited onto the private cruise ship, Titan where they travel to Mikkos's island. During dinner, Mikkos unveils his plan to hold the entire world to ransom, using the priceless diamond to power his weather machine. Mikkos starts by targeting Port Charles first sending the city into a blizzard, in the middle of summer. When Tony and Alex express doubts about the plan, Mikkos has them frozen in his ice chamber.

Frank Smith[edit]

Frank Smith
General Hospital character
Portrayed by George Gaynes (1979–80)
Mitchell Ryan (1993–94)
Duration 1979–80, 1993–94
First appearance 1979
Last appearance November 30, 1994
Created by Pat Falken Smith
Margaret DePriest
Introduced by Gloria Monty (1980)
Wendy Riche (1993)
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Aliases Jack Harris
Occupation Mobster

Frank Smith is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera, General Hospital.

Frank is 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 hit himself. 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 "Hutch" 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 Hutch

Mitchell Ryan assumed the role of mob kingpin Frank Smith when the character returned to the canvas in 1993.

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. In 1993, Frank's hit men track Luke and Laura to the Triple L Diner in Canada and blew up their truck thinking they were inside. 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. After Frank's death, Sonny Corinthos takes over his organization.

Filomena Soltini[edit]

Filomena Soltini
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Argentina Brunetti
Duration 1985–88
First appearance September 9, 1985
Last appearance January 19, 1988
Created by Anne Howard Bailey
Book appearances Robin's Diary
Classification Former, recurring

Filomena Soltini is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera General Hospital. She was portrayed by Argentina Brunetti, who originated the role in 1985.

Filomena first appeared on-screen on September 9, 1985, however it is revealed she previously helped Robert Scorpio and Anna Devane when they washed ashore in Italy years prior. After Robert leaves Anna, Anna secretly gives birth to his daughter, Robin Scorpio. Fearing for Robin's safety due to Anna's career as a double agent, Anna leaves Robin in Filomena's care, leading Robin to believe that Filomena is her grandmother and Anna is only a family friend. Even after Robin and Robert learn the truth in 1985, Filomena is still often referred to as Robin's grandmother, and despite no blood relation she is considered family nonetheless. She remained on the show in a recurring capacity until being murdered by Grant Putnam when he attempted to kidnap Robin on January 15, 1988. On the episode of January 20, 1988, she was announced dead.

Dawn Winthrop[edit]

Dawn Winthrop
General Hospital character
Portrayed by
Duration 1989–91
First appearance January 12, 1989
Last appearance March 1, 1991
Created by Gene Palumbo
Introduced by H. Wesley Kenney
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Student nurse

Dawn Winthrop is a fictional character on the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital. She was the daughter of Monica Quartermaine and David Langton. The role was originated by Kim Valentine from January 12 to June 13, 1989. Sharon Case (who would later be known for her nearly 20 year stint as Sharon Newman on The Young and the Restless) portrayed the role from June 15, 1989, to February 6, 1990. Lisa Fuller briefly portrayed the role from February 8, 1990, to April 12, 1990, and Jennifer Guthrie was the final actress to play Dawn from April 17, 1990, to March 1, 1991, when the character was killed off on February 27, 1991.

Dawn came to Port Charles in 1989 and became a student nurse at General Hospital. It was then learned that Dawn was Monica Quartermaine's long-lost daughter with David Langton. Dawn was excited to be a part of the Quartermaine family and to fall in love with Tracy Quartermaine's son, Ned Ashton. Ned was so happy with Dawn that he bought her Spoon Island.

In 1990, Ned and Dawn became engaged. At the same time, Dawn had a crush on con artist Decker Moss, but still loved Ned. On their wedding day, it was revealed Ned had a one-night-stand with Dawn's mother, Monica. Dawn was so angry, she left Port Charles with Decker in Ned's car.

Dawn and Decker returned to Port Charles in 1991. Dawn made up with her mother and got engaged to Decker. While Decker was a way on business, Ned tried to forge a fake letter to Decker from Dawn. When Dawn found out, she slapped him. Dawn moved in with friend and fellow nursing student Meg Lawson in a condo paid for by Monica. Dawn then became very sick, but then got better around the time Decker returned to town. They were very happy.

Edge Jerome wanted to break up and kill Decker and Dawn for Dawn's money. Then, during a fire at Body Heat, a club Dawn and Decker owned, he hit both of them in the head with a pipe and framed Decker. Sadly, Dawn was murdered. Decker was later proved not guilty and left town depressed. Monica was also very upset.

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