General Hospital News And Spoilers: Johnny Wactor Confirms GH Exit In ‘Bittersweet’ Exchange With Co-Star

No one was expecting the nicest and most selfless man in Port Charles to be met with his untimely demise, leaving his already vulnerable wife to walk through life’s struggles alone.

General Hospital spoilers reveal Brando Corbin (Johnny Wactor) has died, leaving Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson) a widow, while being survived by his mother, Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs), along with close family, such as his cousin, Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard).

Real life fans were just as devastated as the fictional loved ones of both Brando and his portrayer, Johnny. Tears were shed from across viewing platforms and will continue to do so throughout Brando’s goodbyes.

General Hospital news reports confirm Johnny Wactor has officially exited his role as Brando Corbin, which he made his onscreen debut back in February of 2020.

Recent General Hospital spoilers reveal Wactor has officially confirmed his departure from the daytime drama in an exchange with co-star, Lexi Ainsworth. One of Brando’s last scenes was shared with Lexi, as Kristina Corinthos found Brando lying in the ground, bloodied from the attack.

In a recent Instagram story, Ainsworth shared her thoughts on working with Johnny and his exit. Lexi Ainsworth posted a photo of herself and co-star, Jonny Wactor, expressing her sadness to see Brando go, while also reflecting on the positive. She reveals she had fun “filming a rain scene” and “working with Johnny Wactor.” Wactor then shared Lexi’s photo to his own Instagram story, commenting, “Bittersweet,” on the actresses photo of the two of them.

We are deeply saddened to see Johnny exit General Hospital as Brando Corbin. We wish him nothing but the best now, and going forward. Johnny and Brando will be severely missed. 💔

Marie is an avid General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a GH blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends time writing poetry and song lyrics.