Kent Masters King

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Kent Masters King
Born (1974-08-05) August 5, 1974 (age 44)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1987–present

Kent Masters King (born August 5, 1974) is an American actress known for her appearances on the daytime soap opera General Hospital.[1]

Kent began her career as Julie Williams on the primetime soap opera Knots Landing (1988-1992). She filled in for Victoria Rowell in 2000 when Rowell took a hiatus from The Young and the Restless, then joined Port Charles briefly in 2003 as the mysterious and beautiful Imani. She began a recurring role as Dr. Lainey Winters on General Hospital on April 1, 2005, and was upgraded to contract status in December 2005. In 2007, King became an original cast member of the General Hospital prime-time spin-off General Hospital: Night Shift while maintaining her day job on GH. On June 1, 2008, King was taken off contract with General Hospital, and became a recurring cast member once again.

Kent is the daughter of Egyptologist and actress Alfreda Masters (who spent many years as an extra General Hospital at the nurses' station), and was named for an Egyptian goddess.

Early life[edit]

Kent was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Her father, Dr. Richard D. King, is an Egyptologist and her mother is a former actress. She studied filmmaking at the University of Southern California, where she majored in Cinema and Television and graduated in 1996.


  • All About The Money(2017) (Chris's Wife)
  • Aftermath (2013) (Liz Bricker)
  • "Y - The Last Man Rising" (Short Film 2012) (Agent 355)
  • The Hillside Strangler (2004) (Gabrielle)
  • Malibooty (2003) (Tommi)
  • BraceFace Brandi (2002) (BraceFace Brandi)
  • Love and a Bullet (2002) (Cynda Griffie)
  • The Wash (2001) (Michelle)
  • Johnny B Good (1998) (unknown)
  • Red Shoe Diaries 13: Four on the Floor (1996) (Emily [segment Emily's Dance])


Main Video Actress for Glenn Lewis music video, "Don't You Forget It". 2000


  1. ^ "Kent Masters King: Body by Bojuka". Soap Opera Digest. 22 August 2007. Retrieved 6 August 2015. 

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