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GH’s Nicholas Chavez Talks On His Daytime Emmy Nomination, ‘Sprina’, and Playing the Action-Adventure

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It’s been a banner year for General Hospital’s Nicholas Alexander Chavez (Spencer Cassadine). He has been front and center in many of the series major storylines, is one half of the hottest young couple on the soaps, and just scored his first Daytime Emmy nomination in the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category. All of this, after taking home the Outstanding Younger Performer in a Daytime Drama prize at last year’s ceremonies.

Meanwhile, if you caught last Friday’s exiting cliffhanger of GH, Spencer finds himself smack dab in the middle of a drone attack on the Haunted Star. Can he escape unharmed as this throwback, action-adventure story of the soaps 80’s heyday is updated to the present, as part of GH’s 60th anniversary celebration and May sweeps? Stay tuned.

Michael Fairman TV chatted with Nick to get his thoughts on: competing in an Emmy category with his co-stars: Chad Duell (Michael), Jon Lindstrom (Kevin/Ryan) and Robert Gossett, (Marshall), what scenes were on his Emmy reel, how ‘Sprina” has captivated fans of the series, the evolution of Spencer, and much more.  Check out what Nick shared with us below.

Congratulations on this Emmy nomination. Now, you’re in the Supporting Actor category.  You’re movin’ on up, as they say, as several previous winners before you have done.

NICK: That’s kind of crazy, isn’t it? Thank you so much. I appreciate you saying that. I couldn’t submit in the Younger Performer category this year because they dropped the age down to 18.  So, I had to move up.

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It’s interesting. You’re nominated along with three other actors from General Hospital in your category.

NICK: How cool is that, right?  That’s just a huge testament to everyone else. If you have four people nominated from the same show, that means that the writers are absolutely crushing it … the producers are crushing it … the directors are crushing it.  Everyone involved is doing a really fantastic job. GH actually received more nominations than any other show, which is also pretty cool.


What scenes did you end up submitting that landed you this nomination?

NICK:  I have the scenes where Spencer finds out that his dad slept with Esme (Avery Pohl). I have a bunch of stuff in Pentonville with Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober) and Book (Brad Schmidt). I have Spencer super drunk talking to Finn (Michael Easton) about his issues with his father and being sort of like comically dismissive of it. Then, Spencer taking the stand and doing the right thing for Trina. It’s the scene when he says, “It’s time to do the right thing.” There is also a scene with Spencer talking with his Uncle Victor (Charles Shaughnessy) through the Pentonville partition glass on the phone. I have Spencer confronting Nikolas about, ‘sleeping with Elizabeth’, because they didn’t actually and that was just a cover. If memory serves, that’s most of it. I may be missing a couple things in there, but it actually ended up being a longer tape. I usually like to keep it around 10 minutes, but this one was closer to 15.


Those scenes showed a lot of range. What did you like about those moments?

NICK: I think that there’s a fair amount of emotional vulnerability that’s happening in those scenes, but also, it’s being counteracted with walls that he’s putting up. It’s being counteracted with the literal impediment of his drinking. Spencer sort of tries to override by making jokes or being dismissive, or acting snooty or whatever it might be. He has plenty of tactics to avoid this incredibly complex emotional life that he has. And then, whenever he’s forced to actually sit with it or something horrible enough happens that sets him off the rails or makes him explode, we see why he acts the way he does. He’s 80% one thing and then he’s 20% of the opposite thing. He’s 80% in some ways unredeemable, but in some ways just like a snooty rich kid. That’s his 80/20, but the 20% that comes out is just so, so, so heartbreaking. I think that I wanted to show scenes where the mask comes off, so that’s what I tried to do.


That’s actually a good analogy, because that’s exactly what the audience feels when Spencer does allow his true feelings come through. One of the scenes you included in your submission – where Spencer finds out about Nikolas sleeping with Esme and confronting his father – I touted last year when it aired.  What do you recall most about it?

NICK:  Spencer is in just such disbelief. The line that stands out to me the most is the one where he is asking for clarification. He’s like, ‘That’s what this is about?”  He screams at him and says, “revenge”. That scene feels like, and I’ve said this a lot, like a Greek tragedy. There’s really no other kind of writing that delves into that kind of story other than on a soap opera and/or Greek tragedies, like fathers sleeping with their son’s wives/ girlfriend. It just felt of that world to me. It was even written to kind of be of that world. So, for me, someone who naturally gravitates towards classic text, towards Shakespeare, towards old Greek dramas, I really, really enjoyed playing that.

I also recall the scenes where Spencer was drunk.

NICK: Spencer being drunk comes right on the heels of finding out that his dad slept with his girlfriend. He’s getting hammered and then Finn is trying to console him and give him advice about his father. Spencer just basically dismissed it. He is like, “Well, that’s how things worked out between you and your dad. Good for you.” You know what I mean? It is the most apathetic response that you could possibly have to someone who’s trying to console you. I loved it. I loved that Spencer chose not to care … that he basically tried to tell the one person who was trying to be there for him to go screw himself. I thought it was really, really fun.

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Do you love playing the ‘snooty’ in your scenes?

NICK: It’s not that I love playing the snooty, I think I love playing the mask, because snooty for the sake of playing snooty doesn’t work. I think everyone is always solving a problem in their life, right? So, it’s like, what problem are you solving by behaving that way? For Spencer, he’s trying to solve the problem of, “I don’t want to address what’s actually happening. I don’t want to address who I really am. I don’t want to address who I really could be. So, this is what I know and this is what works, and I’m just going to live here until I can’t anymore.” There are things that are slowly forcing him out of being able to live there, which is probably a good thing.

So, when you found out you were nominated, did you call anybody that you really wanted to tell, personally?

NICK: I called the people who already knew because I wanted to hear my parents be proud of me (laughs). I called my dad. I called my mom, and then I called our executive producer, Frank Valentini. They were all very, very sweet and said nice things, and I was very appreciative for that.

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Going into Emmy night this year, having won an Emmy last year, do you feel more prepared for it? What would be your advice for anybody going through it for the first time?

NICK: Whenever I have a big meeting, I like to try to go to the place where the meeting is going to be the day before. That way, I can just remove a lot of the uncertainty out of the process. I know what route I take to get there. I know this and that and the other. And for me, it just makes me a little bit less nervous and I feel like this is kind of like that, right?  There’s no way you can do a test drive of the Emmy’s except to go for your first time, and I did that last year.  So, it’s nice to just have that level of familiarity and comfort with it. I think that it’ll make this year more about just enjoying the experience and having fun with it as opposed to, being nervous. I think that there’s always going to be some degree of butterflies because it’s exciting and nerve-wracking. But other than that, I think it should be good.

I am sure your scene partner, Tabyana Ali, reached got to get in touch with you when you received this Emmy nomination.

NICK:  Yes, of course. She said ‘congratulations’ and was very, very sweet. Tabyana definitely made sure to send me a message, which I thought was very kind.

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Now, Spencer wants to be a father to Ace, and we’ve seen Spencer and Trina involved in this action-adventure story vs. Victor Cassadine and kidnapped on the Haunted Star. Much of this harkens back to the days of Luke (Tony Geary) and Laura (Genie Francis) and making Sprina, a modern-day version. What did you think about that, and the placement in GH history of Trina and Spencer?

NICK: I thought it was really cool that they were sort of trying to make that comparison, or make that analogy with the Ice Princess storyline between Spencer and Trina and Luke and Laura. I thought that was really powerful. What an interesting choice for them to make. As an actor, I love getting to play that action-adventure kind of stuff.  I think it’s fun for people to watch. It kind of got me out of this domestic family drama that I’ve been dealing with for the last two years and thrust me into something that is high stakes in the sense of, maybe not emotionally high stakes, but it’s physically high stakes. Someone is threatening to wipe out half of the world’s population, which is insane, plus you get an aspect of magical realism with the ice princess. There’s just so many aspects that allows you and frees you up to use more of your actor tool belt than some of the other stuff that I’ve done, which I was really appreciative of.


This kind of puts Spencer in a bit of an anti-hero role. He has been this questionable young man that the audience fell in love which has been a successful formula on the soaps.  How do you view Spencer at this juncture?

NICK: I think that he is developing his own moral code right now, so to say whether he’s a good guy or a bad guy right now, I really can’t say. I think that he is in a gray area of his own making, and he’s still trying to decide for himself what right and what wrong means. I think that he has pillars or like a foundation of things that he cares about certainly Trina, certainly his brother, and he has values like loyalty and being able to trust other people. But what that means in terms of like how far he’s willing to go to obtain the things that he wants in life, I can’t say right now. However, if had to make a guess, I would say that you’re probably right. Spencer is probably willing to do more bad than good later on down the line, if need be.


For, Spencer, how do you see his intentions or agenda with wanting to raise his baby brother, Ace? Is it that he really wants to take care of this baby and give him a good home, or is he just doing it as a revenge tactic against his father?

NICK: I don’t know if it’s a vendetta against his dad, but that might be part of it. I think it mostly comes from it being just a control thing. I think he sees a lot of danger when he looks at Esme. I think he sees unpredictability when he sees his father. This is just his attempt to control and mitigate the situation so that this kid can’t be used as a chess piece on a chess board against him. It’s like, “if this kid is going to be in play, he’s going to be on my team, and I’m going to know everything about it.”

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You’ve witnessed the popularity of Sprina on social media. Can you believe from whence you started with the relationship between the two characters to how big it’s become? Do you and Tabyana talk about it?

NICK: Yeah, we try to process it as best we can. It really feels very big when we do these in-person fan events. We just did some on the east coast, and it was insane. The fans put us up on a billboard in Times Square in New York City, which is absolutely wild and really cool. It has been fun to see this thing blow up. I think more than anything, the fans have become friends with each other because of this. So, in a way, that’s the thing that I’m most grateful for. I just read something this past week about how there’s a loneliness epidemic that’s happening in the country. I think that’s true and people are very, very lonely. I also think that social media has made people very isolated. It’s made me really happy all of the friendships that have formed because of Sprina and because of the work that is happening. It gives people common ground to connect with each other. When I talk with the fans, that’s the thing that they’ve raved the most about. They’re like, “I’ve made so many friends by being a part of this community. It’s really, really helped me.” I have a Patreon and a Discord where all of my friends talk and hang out and they talk about everything in there. It’s not just General Hospital. They talk about anything from: artistic projects that they themselves are working on to mental health, to other TV shows that they might be watching. Ultimately that’s what this is about. This is about community; this is about fun. This is about us coming together as people and forming good relationships and enjoying and loving life.

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It has been wonderful to see GH investing the time in a love story involving a young interracial couple on the show.  Recently, and I don’t know if you saw this, there were some racist comments and symbolism directed towards Tabyana on Twitter that were offensive and hurtful.

NICK:  Tabyana very recently made me aware of that, like just the other day.  Of course, I’m sickened by that and my, my heart is very, very heavy for Tabyana that she has to deal with those kinds of comments. It makes me incredibly sad. I offered her my support in whatever way I can, but I know that nothing would be better than if those people just didn’t say those things and weren’t being bullies online and didn’t have so much hate that they felt that they needed to inflict it upon other people. What I’ve tried to encourage people to do is that no matter what walk of life you come from, is to, try to lead with love and empathy. I’ll go back to that quote from Martin Luther King Jr., “Hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that.”  It’s important that we can cultivate positivity as much as we can, and focus on the good aspects of life. It’s horrible that those kinds of things have to find their way in. But leading with love is going to be the thing that I’m going to try to resort back to in any situation, at least at 23-years-old.  That seems to be the only tool that I have right now. So, until I figure out something better, that’s what I’m going to do.

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This has been a bit of a whirlwind for you since you came to General Hospital.  I recall being very impressed by your work when you started to air.  I felt like this casting choice was going to work out well for you, and the show, and it really has. Do feel more pressure on yourself to try to top the level of your performances?

NICK: I feel way less pressure, actually. I feel as though I’ve settled into a comfortability that allows me to make exciting and bold choices. I’ve been blessed enough to work with a team of people that is receptive to that and willing to collaborate with me, many times just on the fly on what a moment could be. I’m really, really grateful for that because I think it makes for really interesting television when you open up that collaborative process and you allow the moments to find you as opposed to putting any sort of like preconceived notions on them. I think that can only be had once you have relaxed and settled into a level of comfortability, and with the absence of pressure, and you’ve opened yourself up to find something that is deeper and more interesting.


Last Friday. we just saw that Spencer is now trapped on the Haunted Star after knocking Victor’s head into the bar as drone strikes are starting! What can you preview?

NICK: I mean, it’s a life and death situation, so we’ll see which way it goes!

So, what did you think about the scenes,Nick chose for his Emmy reel? Will you be rooting for him come Emmy night?  What do you hope happens next for ‘Sprina’? Have you enjoyed the current action-adventure story as much as Nick has in playing it? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Chavez should have quite a successful acting career. Let’s enjoy however long he stays with GH.

I commented on him on another site quite a while ago. I said back then that this kid is really, really good… really talented and is going somewhere in his future. When a new person comes on, especially a recast, it takes time to see if we like them or not, some longer and some sooner than others. He was much sooner! Nicholas is incredibly talented. He’s going to go far in his career.

I Agree! He has remarkable talent and range. I am sure he will continue to do great things at GH and far beyond GH!

Everyone IS crushing it. How about the real shoutout to casting. Mark Teschner has more Daytime Emmys than anyone for a reason.

Is his contract up

This was a fantastic interview. I am so glad you discussed the racism Tabyana has had to deal with, and allowed Nic to share his thoughts and feelings about it. The love and support Nic and Taby show each other is why we love them so so much as themselves, and as Spencer and Trina. I think the scenes Nicholas chose for his Emmy Reel are perfect because they show a range of emotions, which is what we look for in an actor/actress. He never misses a beat in his performances. I am definitely rooting for Nic on Emmy night! For Sprina, the next thing I want to see is them FINALLY saying, “I love you,” to one another. I can’t wait for that day! Us Sprina fans have waited for what feels like an eternity to hear it, even though we’ve seen it through their actions. I’m just ready to hear the VERBAL expression of love. Actions are always appreciated though, because as the saying goes, “actions speak louder than words.” I have enjoyed this storyline so much because it’s just been Sprina all the time. I know they were fighting for their lives, but man…it was just a JOY to see them on screen TOGETHER so much. The hugs, the kisses, the declarations of love through actions, and expressions has just been wonderful. Thank you for the well thought out interview questions Michael! This was an enjoyable read.

This guy is daytime magic. Even his dull scenes with Trina come to life with his creative reactions, often very unexpected reactions. He’s a real find. Then there’s the eyes, the hair, the smile. He’s a complete reason, like Maura West, to stick with GH.

Agreed. And I would add Genie Francis to Nic and Maura. Pure, natural, gifted souls. I s se I misspelled my name it is Robinson like Trina, who by the ways is also quite gifted.

lol, you’re funny. He’s scenes with Trina are some of the best. They are the reasons new and younger people are tuning in, but go off.

Absolutely love Spencer and Trina. Congratulations and Thanks to both actors for their incredible performances.

Spencer & Trina are the most popular actor and actress on this show besides Carlie and Sony..

Carly and Sonny are about as popular as pineapple on pizza.

Well I like pineapple on pizza. I might not be popular. I like Sonny and Carly better than Sonny and Nina, but I like Carly and Drew more. They somehow just work, much better than Carly with Jason.

Whomever made nasty comments about Trina and Spencer should be ashamed of their selfs.
No one made nasty comments about
TJ and Molly.
They were the 1st interracial couples.
Shame shame.

Not on this show. There have been 3 that I can recall.Keisha and Jason Keisha and AJ. Tom Hardy and Siimone Hardy. Gia and Nicolas

Thank you for a great interview and article. I am definitely rooting for Nicholas. He does amazing work in all of his scenes. Those that he submitted show his incredible range – especially those when confronting Nicholas about Esme. There was disbelief, anger, rage, and sadness – mixed in with drunken humor and sarcasm. I hope that Sprina reunites and begin a great romance- even though I have enjoyed the adventure in Greenland. I just truly hope all the best for Nicholas in all of his endeavors. He is a great talent and asset to General Hospital.

Great interview!Thanks for addressing the interracial aspect.From his interview he was taught and raised by wonderful parents.People who say mean racism remarks are jealous,and do not like themselves.

Congratulations great interview you are my favorite actor on General Hospital I think you and Trina make a great couple

Is amazing and definitely deserves to win He hit the ground running as Spencer, and knocked it out of the park ⭐️Sprina is a wonderful coupling Both young amazing talents ❤️❤️

Never understood any of that . We are all the same . We deal with the same problems. I care for all no matter what color or anything else. We need more love and consideration for all people not just ones of what they consider the right color .

Hope he stays awhile , we need more like him. And this kind of story line . The kids are great and picking up where our older characters have moved on from similar story lines. Glad they are enjoying good story lines as well.
Truly miss Luke ,but so pleased Laura is still with us on the show. She’s great . And there’s always gonna be a connection to Luke who I truly wish who popbin once in a while . But understand why he isn’t. Still miss him . Maybe lucky will make it back .
Love the show either way. Great Job guys ! Love you all !

I hope he wins again. He is a fine actor and seems to be a fine young man. I hope he gets to primetime soon. I’m sure he will be going there soon. He would be great in some of those new Hallmark movies.

Tabyana Ali brought undeniable chemistry in her role as Trina, chemistry you could see,feel and believe, together she and NAC brought a love story to life! The two together made you feel like being in love, if you wasnt! NAC looks and kisses TABYANA the way every women wants to be kissed! She held on to faith that her man was Not dead because she felt it in her soul, heart, Her runing jumping in his arms, OMG him catching her, They are truly great onscreen actors especially together,Next Emmy award event, I clearly see them both Winners!!!!!! Because they have earned it! They both deserve it!!!!!

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(WATCH) 51st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards Winners Interviews

Last Friday night at the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards, many of the daytime drama series and performer winners took to the ‘Winners Walk’ to share their reactions on taking home the gold in their respective categories.

Speaking with Michael Fairman TV were: Outstanding Lead Actress winner, Michelle Stafford (Phyllis, The Young and the Restless), Outstanding Lead Actor, Thorsten Kaye (Ridge, The Bold and the Beautiful) along with friend and former B&B co-star, Alley Mills (ex-Pam, now Heather, GH), and his daughter McKenna, who attended the ceremonies with her dad.

In addition, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Daytime Drama Series, Robert Gossett (Marshall, General Hospital) stopped by to celebrate his win, as did Outstanding Supporting Actress, Courtney Hope (Sally, The Young and the Restless).

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General Hospital won both Outstanding Directing Team in a Daytime Drama Series and Outstanding Writing for a Daytime Drama Series, and both former co-head writers, Dan O’Connor and Chris Van Etten, spoke to us following their victories, as did the Directing team led by Robert Markham, Tina Keller and Allison Reames.

The Young and the Restless icon star, Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) along with her husband, The Bold and the Beautiful’s producer Edward J. Scott were the recipients of the Daytime Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award honors, and spoke on what it was like to take the stage and deliver their acceptance speeches after the moving tribute from many of their colleagues.

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Make sure to check out our red carpet interviews from soap’s biggest night and all the winners conversations via You Tube’s Michael Fairman Channel.

Now, watch our 2024 Daytime Emmy winners interviews below.  Then, let us know who you were most happy to see taking home an Emmy for their work via the comment section.

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Bryan Craig Teases ‘Who Could It Be’ in Response to General Hospital’s Returning Mystery Man

Since General Hospital’s executive producer, Frank Valentini dropped a major bombshell of what’s to come on the long-running daytime drama at the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards, the guessing games have begun of just what former GH actor is returning to the cast this summer.

Speaking with ABC’s On The Red Carpet, as previously reported, Valentini shared, “A former cast member is coming back. And I think that the audience will go crazy for HIM.”

That has led to major online speculation that it could be anyone from: Jonathan Jackson (ex-Lucky), Greg Vaughn (ex-Lucky), Ted King (ex-Lorenzo Alcazar), Nicholas Chavez (ex-Spencer), and Bryan Craig (ex-Morgan) among others, that might be the gentlemen being referenced.

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On Wednesday, responding to a post on the subject from Soap Opera Digest, Bryan Craig commented, “Who could it be ….”  Now, clearly he can just be having some fun with the situation to throw fans off-track, or he might be giving us a tease of what’s to come.

Before exiting GH, the actor won two Daytime Emmys for his performances as Morgan Corinthos in 2016 and 2017.  Craig appeared on GH from 2013-2016 and made a return in 2018. Since departing GH, Bryan has appeared most recently in Freeform’s Good Trouble and ABC’s Grand Hotel, plus several independent films.

The character of Morgan was killed-off the show when Olivia Jerome set a bomb that exploded in the car that Morgan got into, but was meant to kill Olivia’s brother Julian Jerome. Morgan’s death caused a huge split in the relationship of Carly and Sonny.

So, do you think Bryan Craig is just having fun with the audience, or do you think it’s possible he is the big return Frank Valentini is talking about? Comment below.

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General Hospital Daytime Emmy-Winning Directing Team Remembers Johnny Wactor: “He Came to Set Every Day with a Smile of Gratitude and a Love-Filled Hug for Everybody”

It has been a rough year and a half for the General Hospital family losing so many beloved cast members and producer, Nneka Garland.  Now, the Daytime Emmy-winning directing team has spoken out about the emotional toll it has taken on everyone associated with the show, and most recently, with the heartbreaking murder of Johnny Wactor (Ex-Brando Corbin).

The actor was shot back in the wee hours of the morning on May 25th by a masked gunman who was part of three car thieves trying to steal the catalytic converter from Wactor’s vehicle. Johnny came upon the scene after he finished his bartending shift in downtown Los Angeles and was walking a co-worker to their cars.

Last Friday at the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards, GH was named Outstanding Directing Team for a Daytime Drama Series. Following their on-stage victory, the group stopped by to chat with Michael Fairman TV on the Winners Walk.

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Directors Robert Markham, Tina Keller, Allison Reames and the rest of the award-wining directing team, shared in the joy of their victory, but it was not lost on them the seriousness of the moment as well.

Tina Keller expressed, “It’s been a rough year, and it’s been really rough for General Hospital recently with Johnny.” Keller, along with Robert Markham recalled what it was like working with Wactor.

“He came to set every day with a smile of gratitude and a love-filled hug for everybody,” shared Keller. “I’ve never worked with anyone who was so much light-filled and happy to be where he was. Just so much gratitude and joy and it’s a tremendous loss for his friends, his family, and anyone who loved him.” An emotional Robert Markham confirmed what Keller shared,  “Yeah, absolutely. He was a gentleman. He really was, and we’re going to miss him.”


GH paid tribute to Wactor in the final moments of the Tuesday, June 11th episode with a title card in remembrance of the slain actor. A march in Los Angeles is scheduled for this morning, Wednesday, June 12th, to City Hall for a call for change to clean up the streets of LA from crime, to help find Wactor’s killer.

The directing team took home the gold in the Directing for a Daytime Drama Series category, in part, due to the episode they submitted surrounding the memorial of Epiphany Johnson played by the late Sonya Eddy, who passed away back in December of 2022. The second episode they submitted was when Anna’s (Finola Hughes) house was set on fire.

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Keller spoke to directing the memorial episode that was so heartfelt and raw as performed by the cast that knew and loved Sonya Eddy. “You know, it was a beautiful day to be able to pay tribute to Sonya and it was a rollercoaster all day,” shared Tina.

“We had our cast giving tributes to her and they all did such a beautiful job. It was well-written and a rough day emotionally, but it was an honor to be able to play a tribute to somebody who’s been such an important role in General Hospital throughout the history of the show,” Keller concluded.

You can check out the entire conversation with the Daytime Emmy-winning Directing team from General Hospital below. Make sure to visit the Michael Fairman Channel for full coverage of the red carpet and Winners Walk with interviews from daytime’s biggest night.

Now, let us know, what you thought of the winning GH Emmy episode submissions and the heartfelt words from the directors on the death of Johnny Wactor and the loss of Sonya Eddy via the comment section.

Anyone with information regarding the shooting death of Johnny Wactor is urged to contact LAPD Detectives Gonzales or Martinez at Central Bureau Homicide at (213) 996-4142. During non-business hours or on weekends, calls should be directed to (877) LAPD-24-7 (877-527-3247). Anyone wishing to remain anonymous should call the LA Regional Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-TIPS (800-222-8477) or go to

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