It’s been almost a year since GENERAL HOSPITAL killed off the character of Morgan, but every time someone on the show mentions him, fans are reminded of how much they want Morgan brought back to life! Soaps are notorious for resurrecting characters from the dead, but if GH does decide to bring back Morgan, they may have to recast. Bryan Craig has made no secret that he’d be willing to return, but he’s also been keeping pretty busy since leaving the show. His most recent role is in the new drama series VALOR, slated to premiere on Monday, Oct. 9 at 9 p.m. on the CW! While Craig doesn't make his debut as Adam Coogan until the second episode on Monday, Oct. 16, the actor urged fans not to miss the first episode just because he's not in it with a wacky Snapchat video he shared to his Twitter!
Tonight Valor on the CW 9/8c!! pic.twitter.com/jeHl8qP1Y8— Bryan Craig (@bryan_craig) October 9, 2017
Tonight Valor on the CW 9/8c!! pic.twitter.com/jeHl8qP1Y8
While Craig has been having a blast filming the military action-adventure drama, the new gig also had the wonderful side effect of reuniting him with a former Port Charles neighbor: Sebastian Roché (ex-Jerry)! “Have the pleasure of working with this talented past GH co-star this week,” Craig shared on Instagram.
Have the pleasure of working with this talented past GH costar this week @realsebroche @cw_valor A post shared by Bryan Craig (@bryan_craig) on Sep 20, 2017 at 5:08am PDT
Have the pleasure of working with this talented past GH costar this week @realsebroche @cw_valor
A post shared by Bryan Craig (@bryan_craig) on Sep 20, 2017 at 5:08am PDT
While Craig's role in VALOR is a recurring one, there are no details on exactly who Roché will be playing or whether he's a regular, recurring, or guest star on the series. But one thing's for sure, GH fans will surely be delighted to see the two actors on screen together again!
VALOR centers around a U.S. Army base housing an elite unit of helicopter pilots trained for clandestine missions both domestic and international. A web of secrets and lies are uncovered leading to a season-long mission to rescue some MIA soldiers. And while fans won’t get to see the Emmy winning actor on screen until October, Craig has been documenting his adventure on his Instagram, posting pictures of his new military haircut, gun training, and on-set pictures with the helicopters. Check out the video below to see him in uniform… and in action!
We’ll let you know more about Craig and Roché's parts in the show as new information continues to come in. And for more on your favorite GH stars — past and present — keep reading the ABC edition of Soaps In Depth magazine!
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