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THE CAROLYN HENNESY INTERVIEW – GENERAL HOSPITAL

Hennessey-Main.jpgMICHAEL:

You have just released your first book, “Pandora Gets Jealous” and it’s follow–up, “Pandora Gets Vain”.  Many in the soap industry seemed to be caught so pleasantly by surprise by yet another artistic side to you.  So, when did Carolyn Hennesy get the writing bug?

CAROLYN:

It had been ‘noodling’ around in my head. I had always written, but it really hit me when I was taking a workshop class, and I was working so much at the same time. I was sort of the dilettante in the class. I wasn’t very serious about it, but I was working on a series of short stories of misunderstood women in fiction…kind of like, the story from, “Wicked”. They were very short stories, and one of these stories was based on and about Pandora! I thought, “Wouldn’t it be interesting, if she was a 13-year-old girl with all of these foibles and flaws and insecurities who finds this box and takes it to school for, “Show and Tell”, and all hell breaks loose. I read it in class, and a gentlemen happened to be visiting the class that day, and he looked at me and said, “I can sell that for you tomorrow!” and everyone else in class went, “What?, Carolyn, the least prolific of all of us?” This visitor turned out to a very prolific writer from Ireland named, Michael Scott. He called me one day, and said, “I had been thinking about your story and it’s a novel for young adults. No, wait. It’s seven novels. Write a thousand words a day and in six weeks you will have your first novel. Go!”

Pandora.jpgMICHAEL:

Weren’t you terrified when you heard this?

CAROLYN:

He also padded it with, “This will be life changing.” That’s the thing that spurred me on, and he threw down a gauntlet, “A thousand words a day.” I said to myself, “I can do a thousand words a day.” (which is basically four pages a day) I worked for a few days on the synopsis of the first book, and I was half way through the synopsis of the second book, and I said, “Enough is enough”,  and I just wrote the first book, which is “Pandora Gets Jealous”.  Michael then told me that, “Every evil that comes out of this box needs it’s own book.”  So suddenly it went from three novels to seven and I said, “Bring it on.”

MICHAEL:

And you obviously incorporated into the writing, that amazing humor and wit you possess. Were you confident it would translate to the page?

CAROLYN:

From knowing that I had things to say, and that knowing my voice as an actor is a very particular and unique voice, why would that not translate? I can bring a humor and wry piece of the world and perspective, and it can have a purpose. Writing these books and realizing that if these were going to be novels for “tween” girls then basically, if you ask my husband on any given day, I still am a 13 year-old girl. I then thought, “What do I want to say to the 13-year-old still inside of me?  What do I want to say to the 13-year-olds that are out there being raised with entitlement and no responsibility?”  This was my shot to tell a fabulous story of a tremendous myth.  Let’s face it… no one was back there then, so it could have happened this way! (She laughs)

MICHAEL:

Why were you so drawn to Greek Mythology? When did this all begin for you?

CAROLYN:

From the time I was in the fifth grade. Mrs. Ebert, this crazy, fresh out of the 60’s bleach blond dingbat genius, was teaching Greek Mythology. She was not politically correct by today’s standards. She would talk about the Greek myths: Zeus’s infidentily, who was sleeping with who, the pettiness and the selfishness of the gods. I was riveted, and it was magical, and I was hooked from then on.

MICHAEL:

Where can your fans buy “Pandora Gets Jealous”?

CAROLYN:

You can get this anywhere. It’s on http://amazon.com and www.barnesandnoble.com and any big book store to any smaller youth book stores. And book two, “Pandora Gets Vain” just got released. I will be sent out on book tours very shortly. So, I am looking forward to meeting the public!

MICHAEL:

When you finally saw the first book, hard copy in print, what were your emotions?

Pandora2.jpgCAROLYN:

I wept. I cried buckets when I put the final period on the final sentence of the first draft. I looked at it and went, “Oh my God!” I was a woman, who was only going to be an actress and a good one, and there you go, and I wrote a novel. I had the word by the tail. Then when my editor showed me the book jacket, I sobbed with tears of joy. Then when I got the hard cover, it’s like holding a baby. It’s the closet I am going to get to having one, and I did it!

MICHAEL:

What was your husband Donald’s reaction to the birth of your new bundle of joy?

CAROLYN:

My husband cried along with me, and we danced around, and he took pictures of me holding the box of books.

MICHAEL:

What did your co-stars have to say about this over at “GH”?

CAROLYN:

When it first came out, I gave Maurice Benard (Sonny), Steve Burton (Jason), Megan Ward (Kate), and Laura Wright (Carly) who all have kid’s, copies of the book. They were like, “Oh yeah, that’s really cool,” and I was like, “just give it to your kids!” A lot of the cast were really surprised and sweet, especially Megan Ward.

MICHAEL:

Megan and you seem to work so well together, how is she to work with?

CAROLYN:

When Megan and I are on the set, it’s such a joy. She is a queen to work with. She knows her stuff and she will tell you, that she strategizes and maps out scenes. She knows every beat of every scene. She is terrific.

MICHAEL:

Did you expect Diane to continue to be part of the “GH” canvas for this long?

Maurice.jpgCAROLYN:

Did I expect it to go this long? Are you kidding me? I was still bringing in my own wardrobe the first week. There are people’s names I still don’t know, because I never thought I would be on “GH” this long.  Mark Teschner, the casting director, called me and said, “I have two days work for you on General Hospital.”  Mark was a good friend and he said, “You will be working with Sonny Corinthos.” I then said, “Who is Sonny Corinthos?” I had not followed “GH” for many years. Well, I quickly learned who Sonny Corinthos was. I think that might have been the thing that saved me, because I had not walked around on my first day going, “Oh, it’s Maurice Benard, the hottest actor in daytime.” (The other being Steve Burton) So I didn’t know any better, and so here comes this dark eyed “demi-god” walking toward me. I didn’t know that if anybody looks at him wrong in Port Charles he has them killed. I just gave it as good as I got!

MICHAEL:

Did Maurice try to throw you off as a test to hang with the mob boys?

CAROLYN:

He did just a touch. He put his hand over his mouth mumbling, and I thought, “I don’t know if my cue line is in there anywhere, but you give me a pause and I am taking it!” I barreled right through and I could see he thought, “Here is someone I can play with.”

MICHAEL:

What about Steve Burton, he is very funny in his own right?

CAROLYN:

Steve is very dry and hysterical, but I just assumed Steve was coming at me with love and I was taking all his stuff. He is very sardonic and I assumed none of it was personal. He began to ease up, and lighten up. When he knew I was around for the long haul, and had his best interest at heart, I think, finally, the two of us made each other look good in scenes.

MICHAEL:

You are able to hold your own with the biggest soap powerhouses!

CAROLYN:

Again, I think I did not realize the power, or magnitude, or scope of what I was stepping into. Any hint of intimation and Diane would have been out the door.

MICHAEL:

What do you think of Diane’s romance with Max? Do you ever wish she could be paired with a more dramatic character on the show?

CAROLYN:

I think I undertand what they are trying to do with Max. There are a number of characters on the show that Diane could have been paired with as a true long lasting love interest. Max would not have been the first thought that comes to mind. They are trying to show a human side to her and Max is somebody who forces Diane to relax. She is so tightly wound with Sonny, Jason, and Spinelli, and Kate, that she loves coming home to Max, because she doesn’t have to think anymore. It doesn’t have to be an intellectual discussion, and her brain can relax. That is why Max is a good choice for her right now.

VincentPastore.jpgMICHAEL:

And now Vincent Pastore (Ex- Big Pussy, “The Sopranos”) is on is way to Port Charles as Max’s father. Are you looking forward to that?

CAROLYN:

We start that on the 15th of September. Well, I don’t want to spoil anything, but apparently he takes quite a shine to Diane. The story is, that Max has written to his father that he is the big mob kingpin! So Sonny and Jason, out of the decency of their own hearts are going to act like that’s the way it is and I think Diane will do that as well. I can’t wait to work with Vincent Pastore.

MICHAEL:

Do you ever have trouble with the legalese in the scripts playing a lawyer?

CAROLYN:

It’s not usually a problem with me and this is due to my husband. I get the scripts enough ahead of time that my husband goes over them with me. Bob Guza (head writer, “GH”) rights logically. So the law follows a linear pattern and if you just follow the pattern…you can get it. Sometimes during the trial of Jason Morgan vs. Lorenzo Alcazar, I did trip up every once in awhile…but not so often.

MICHAEL:

What happens when one “flubs”? Do you break character and break out in laughter?

CAROLYN:

I try to make it funny, but I usually just fall on my sword and go, “I’m sorry. I’m bad. My problem. Let’s go back.”

MICHAEL:

When you think back, what do you consider great moments or scenes for you as an actress, when playing Diane?

CAROLYN:

One moment certainly, was when Diane was talking about her father in the Father’s Day episode. It was gut-wrenching. It was hard in rehearsal. I revealed in that, that my father had died of cancer when I was a very young woman, and that we never had gotten to know each other. We had danced around it, and this happened with my own father.  He passed away when I was 19. I never had time with my father and either did Diane. So I was able to tap into that.  It was very rewarding, what I had been feeling. It was a killer.  Another time, when I walked away from the studio, going, “Well this was more fun than anybody should be allowed to have!”, was the scene in the biker bar with all the bikers, and then when Alexis and Diane are there on their own. That was hysterically funny and a lot of fun to play.

Nancy-Carol.jpgMICHAEL:

How is working with Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis)? Alexis and Diane are like the newest “supercouple’ in daytime!

CAROLYN:

She is great, and we have a lot of fun.

MICHAEL:

What would you love to see Diane get to do in a storyline that she has not done yet?

CAROLYN:

I would love to see Diane in a tremendous amount of danger… having to use her wits with Alexis, or to see her in a life or death situation where she has to go undercover. If she gets caught, it’s curtains for Diane. I would love to see that. I would like to delve into her past. Diane is so concerned with Sonny revealing his infidentlity with Carly to Kate, that something has to be behind that.

MICHAEL:

She does seem to be frantically concerned with this secret coming out!

CAROLYN:

She is uber-concerned. I choose to believe, Diane was cheated on, or she saw the effects of her mother and father cheating on each other. It was so devastating, and it was so horrific for her that she is having trouble with this secret. This continues with her until Sonny finally puts an end to it.

MICHAEL:

I always thought, perhaps deep down, Diane had a “thing” for Sonny?

CAROLYN:

It’s interesting, but Diane sees Sonny absolutely for what he is, and that kind of power attracts her. She sees through the murky depths underneath Sonny, and I think becoming involved romantically with Sonny would be the death of Diane. She would be more interested in Ric or Luke although… can I tell you how much the fans would scream about that?

MICHAEL:

Why?

CAROLYN:

Luke is Tracy’s! Hands off! I have been told even on my own message boards: “We love you Diane, but stay away from Luke.”

Max-Carol.jpgMICHAEL:

How is working with Derek Cheetwood (Max)?

CAROLYN:

Working with Derek is heaven. He is a great big teddy bear, and we will embellish the scripts with our little Max and Diane touches, and he goes right along with it. He is fantastic.

MICHAEL:

If Steve Burton and Maurice Benard should depart “GH” when their contracts expire what would become of Diane?

CAROLYN:

Well, I don’t think she could become a public defender because the money is not good enough. If the Karpov’s keep hanging around she could go work for the Russian Mob. She certainly can go into business for herself. Does Diane have to be a lawyer? Could she open a smoky jazz club on the lower east side of Port Charles given an alternative? Picture it…”Diane’s smoky jazz club”, and every once in awhile she takes to the mic herself.

MICHAEL:

Does it bother Diane that she defends a mob guy like Sonny Corinthos?

CAROLYN:

It does not bother her, because every one deserves the best legal defense possible, and Diane considers herself the best legal defense possible.

MICHAEL:

How about working with Sarah Brown, as Claudia from that other mob family, the Zacchara’s?

CAROLYN:

She is lovely. We have the same hair stylist so we chat. (She laughs) She is an intense woman and passionate.

MICHAEL:

You come from a very famous show business family.  So what journey did you take to realize your dreams and ambitions as an actress?

CAROLYN:

My father, Dale Hennesy was an Oscar winning production designer.  My aunt is the actress, Barbara Rush, or as I fondly call her, “Auntie Babs”.   I grew up at an early age knowing what I wanted to do.  I studied in London, went to the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, and then hit the pavement and worked at almost every small theatre in Los Angeles. I started with small roles, then movie roles, and then a point came where you could tell, that if I got on a sitcom as a recurring character it would be cancelled shortly there after! (She laughs) They would love me so much that they would want to bring me back as a regular… and the show is cancelled. Then a few years ago, I discovered a bent for comedy.

MICHAEL:

You are so innately funny. Why did it take so long to tap into your, “inner comedian”?

CAROLYN:

Because… I was very serious. I was the next Meryl Streep, who is still around, so by the way there is no next. I was passionate and intense, and serious, and then a friend of mine and I were taking class at the Groundlings Theatre, (which is known for improvisational comedy) and I had such a great time.  She went, “You really have an innate sense of humor.”  That’s when I went, “OK. Hello funny stuff!”

MICHAEL:

Was Diane then supposed to be a comedic role on “GH” or did you change her?

Hennessey-Orange.jpgCAROLYN:

I changed it. They wanted a lawyer, and somehow I may have smirked or clucked or cocked my head a certain way and Bob Guza caught it and went, “Oh? What’s this? There is more to Diane than meets the eye!”  They are now allowing me to make Diane, wry, sophisticated, funny, witty and urbane. I took it from there.

MICHAEL:

Were you disappointed at this year’s Daytime Emmy nominations, when you did not make the final cut for the five slots in the Outstanding Supporting Actress category? Many soap journalists and insiders picked you to make into that final round.

CAROLYN:

I had so many people saying, “You’re in” that I bought into it. But then, I knew the academy doesn’t really go for funny. It’s a game. What was great? Is when Bob Guza said to me, “That you made it out of the building.”  Meaning, that I had won the respect and approval of the cast and crew that were deciding the final three to represent “GH”.   That was so gratifying.

MICHAEL:

What’s next for Carolyn Hennesy to tackle?

CAROLYN:

Once the seven novels are finished, and the Emmy is on my mantle piece? Probably, I would like to start a production company.

Don-Carol.jpgMICHAEL:

Tell us about your husband Donald, and how you both have made your relationship work?

CAROLYN:

We have been together a year and half. He is patient with me. He is my number one hero, and such a champion of mine. Donald will stay up with me, cook, do laundry, and work my lines with me. He gives a 150% and I try to give 150%, but sometimes I only can give 110%, because I am off juggling things in the air. He is bright, funny, and he gets me, and understands me. Donald is as handsome as the day is long. He was the one worth waiting for!

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Lynn Herring Celebrates 35th Anniversary of Her General Hospital Debut; and ‘We Love Lucy’

Today, April 11th marks the 35th anniversary of the debut of Lynn Herring on General Hospital as Lucy Coe.  And wow, when you look at the road this character has gone on played to the hilt by Herring, it has been one entertaining ride for GH fans along the way.

Lucy started out as a mousy librarian, if you can believe that! And of course, she eventually showed all that she was a bombshell.  She then became quite the schemer and seductress.

Along the way, Lucy was married to Alan Quartermaine (Stuart Damon), was involved with Scott Baldwin (Kin Shriner), Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom) and other men in Port Charles.

 

At one point, Herring took the character of Lucy to the now defunct Port Charles where she stayed from 1997-2003,

But this one time gold-digger eventually became the champion of the GH Nurses’ Ball and helped raise awareness and funds for HIV/AIDS research. Now, year after year, the one thing you can always look forward to is Herring’s hilarious antics and sincerity in her star turn as the emcee of the annual fundraising event.

On Sunday, the GH tweeted posted: “Lucy Coe knows everything about everyone in Port Charles and we would be lost without her. Please help us congratulate TheLynnHerring on the 35th Anniversary of her #GH debut”. 

Lynn responded sharing: “Thank you! Have loved every @GeneralHospital  moment!”

Share your congratulations to Lynn via the comment section below, and let us know your favorite Lucy moment too!

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: “I’m Alexis Davis, and I’m a Fighter, and an Idealist, and an Advocate”; Nancy Lee Grahn Gives Masterful Performance In Special Episode

When you combine superb direction, writing, production, and acting in a special episode of a daytime drama, viewers can see and understand the thought and care that went into it.

This was more than on display during Thursday’s highly-anticipated ‘Alexis-Centric’ episode honoring the 25th anniversary of Alexis’ portrayer, two-time Daytime Emmy winner, Nancy Lee Grahn, on General Hospital.

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In the story, symbolism was apparent and used for dramatic impact and it worked beautifully throughout, and best of all, Nancy received a script worthy of her immeasurable talents, and showed us once again why she remains one of the gold standards of our genre.  If you have not seen the episode DO NOT read any further as it contains spoilers.

It begins with an emotional Alexis looking at her mother’s watch which was still frozen from the time of her death.  While playing one of her mother’s records very loudly, she recalls Mikkos Cassadine kissing and dancing with her mom as a young Alexis (Natasha) looked on from the staircase.  When Sam asks her about it, Alexis shares that she sees the watch as sort of a representation for her own life being frozen over the last three years; which has included Alexis’ battle with booze taking over her life and her being disbarred, when being a lawyer was the way she identified herself and what gave her purpose.

Overwhelmed and anxiety-ridden, Alexis hightails it to Kevin’s office for a therapy session knowing she is going to Pentonville in the morning to serve her sentence.  She says she does not know who she is anymore.  Then, Kevin asks her how she spent her day thus far.  She flashes back to lunch with the good men in her life, Finn, Valentin, Jax and Ned.  Valentin tells Alexis she is proud of her for honing up to her mistakes.

Back at the therapy session, Alexis she was an attorney who stood for something and her life has derailed, and that she was a fighter, an idealist, and an advocate.  She knows she has to find a purpose in prison to make it through the three-year term and asks Kevin to help her find one.

Kevin wants to go back to when she was a little girl and her memories that are flooding back to her of Mikkos and her mother.  Just then, the younger version of Alexis is huddled in the corner of Kevin’s office, an image of her from the past.  Alexis tries to come to terms with her father and the choice of dangerous men and relationships that have marred her own happiness  … recalling Julian holding a knife to her throat like Mikkos did to her mother. She says he was one of the toxic men in her life, but Kevin reminds her all of the men in her life were not toxic.

Alexis starts with Ned as one who was good for her saying he was always stable, but she ruined that by recently sleeping with him and putting a wedge in his marriage to her long-time friend, Olivia.

We then flashback to earlier in the day, where Alexis ends up in an almost confrontation with Olivia.  However, Olivia tells her she misses the Alexis Davis she used to be and to get her back.

Now back with Kevin, a guilt-ridden Alexis relays she feels responsible for Neil’s death.  Kevin interjects she is not, nor what happened with Julian.  When Kevin attempts to bring up Mikkos again, Alexis rejects it and is angry that he is making her problem about daddy issues; like so many other women.  She vehemently shouts that the men in her life do not define who she is.

Then, Alexis flashes back to hurtful memories she has buried of a young Natasha witnessing Mikkos calling her mother a “greedy little bitch”.  She recalls it was on Christmas Eve and that Mikkos stopped by to give them gifts. That is when he presented her mother with the watch.  However, things took an ugly turn when he tried to leave, and she threatened to tell Helena all about her and Natasha. Next, Mikkos slapped her and that is when the watch shattered. As all this was going down, a young Natasha watched from the stairs and was horrified that she couldn’t stop her father from beating her mother and remembers how helpless she felt.

However, Alexis reveals to Kevin she thought this would be the last of Mikkos coming by, but he returned on New Year’s Eve and her mother took him back into their lives.  Alexis is beside herself that she could not protect her mother, but Kevin reassures her to remember she was just a child.

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It is then we come to the crux of the story.  Alexis looks over in the corner and sees her younger self crying. She goes to her younger self and tells her nothing that happened was her fault, and that their father was damaged and cruel. She tells the young Natasha this shouldn’t have been her burden to carry alone, and that she deserves to be happy. Then in the moment of strength and coming full circle, Alexis introduces herself to the young Natasha, “I’m Alexis Davis, a fighter, an advocate, and an idealist … and I will take care of everything from her on out.”  In that moment, Alexis embraced herself, and forgave herself, so she could move on with her life.

Alexis then flashes back to earlier that night, as the Davis girls gather for a faux graduation ceremony so Alexis could see Molly in her cap and gown and they hug. Back in her session, Kevin remarks that Alexis has repeatedly defined herself as a fighter, an idealist, and an advocate, and reminds her she has three daughters who have those qualities, and that all she needs to be is Alexis Davis.

Then, we get a heart-warming montage of Alexis though the years in honor of Nancy’s 25th anniversary with GH.

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As the episode concludes, it is the next morning, and Alexis enters Pentonville and enters her jail cell. There she meets her fellow inmate, who is studying law books to prep for her upcoming parole hearing. Alexis introduces herself as “Alexis Davis” and as someone who can help her.  We then go back to her mother’s watch which now begins ticking at Alexis’ home.  The show fades to black.

Kudos to Daytime Emmy winner, Phideaux Xavier for his outstanding direction, head writers: Chris Van Etten and Dan O’Connor and script writer, Scott Sickles for the thoughtful episode, EP Frank Valentini and his production crew for putting it all together, and the one and only Nancy Lee Grahn for a performance that will be remembered as a classic.

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GH’s Kin Shriner Talks on Franco’s Demise, Scott’s Budding Romance with Obrecht, and His Enduring On-Screen Partnership with Genie Francis

One of the most beloved actors in the history of General Hospital, Kin Shriner, currently finds his alter-ego, Scott Baldwin, in a new budding on-screen romance with none other than Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati).

This comes on the heels of Scott learning the devastating news that his son, Franco Baldwin was shot and killed, thus writing-off the ABC daytime drama series, for now, popular actor, Roger Howarth.

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Throughout his now almost 44-year-run on the ABC daytime drama series, Kin Shriner has brought his unique acting chops that helped mold the character of legal eagle Scott Baldwin into the humorous, at times cutthroat, endearing and many times heartbreaking character we have all come to love.’

 

In a brand new exclusive virtual sit-down interview with Michael Fairman on You Tube’s The Michael Fairman Channel, Shriner opens up about his history with GH and the times he stepped away to take on roles on Texas and As the World Turns, and then back again to the town of Port Charles and GH.

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As well, Kin reveals his reaction to learning the news that Roger Howarth would be exiting the show as his TV son and how he shot the key emotional scene where Laura (Genie Francis) tells Scott that Franco had died.  Shriner shares that he does not see how when Howarth returns to the show in as a yet-to-be-revealed character, that it would be a stretch if the two were some how related, but that he will miss working with the talented Howarth as a scene-partner.

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As to the women in Scott’s life, Kin addresses each of them from: Lucy (Lynn Herring), Bobbie (Jackie Zeman), Dominque (Shell Danielson), Laura (Francis), Ava (Maura West) – to which the character could never get that close to – and now Liesl (Gati), and working opposite all the powerhouse actresses who portray them.

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For fans of General Hospital who have watched the series for decades, Kin also shares memories of working with his late TV parents, Peter Hansen (Lee), Susan Brown (Gail) and his friend and former GH castmate John Reilly (Sean), plus backstage stories with his longtime scene partner, Genie Francis.

Watch the entire conversation with Kin below.

Now let us know, are you all for the Scott and Liesl romance? Will you miss scenes between Scott and Franco?  Would you ever want to see Scott and Laura reunite romantically? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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