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General Hospital News And Spoilers: Kin Shriner Confirms GH Exit, Scotty Baldwin Written Off!

Kin Shriner leaves GH as Scotty Baldwin

Kin Shriner leaves GH as Scotty Baldwin! Dr. Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) found love again with Scott Baldwin. They both bonded over losing Franco (Roger Howarth), as Liesl was close friends with Scotty’s son. Although she blamed him in part for adding to her anguish, Scott was by Liesl’s side as she grieved for her daughter, Dr. Britt Westbourne (Kelly Thiebaud).

GH news reports reveal that Shriner began his run as Scotty Baldwin back in 1977. The actor who originated the role made the character his own with his quick-witted comments and sarcastic banter. He went on to become part of one of the most memorable and tragic romance stories in daytime. He and Shell Danielson knocked Dominique Stanton’s love and loss story out of the park. Sadly, General Hospital Blog confirms that actor Kin Shriner has been let go from ABC’s General Hospital.

Kin Shriner Leaves GH- Scotty Baldwin Written Off!

In a recent tweet, Shriner announced that his character was written off of the General Hospital script. Shockingly, the daytime TV vet shared the news late Tuesday night via Twitter. GH spoilers and news reports reveal that the fans aren’t the only ones in shock over the news. As it turns out, Kin Shriner is as also taken by surprise, and not the good kind! Why did the writers write Scotty Baldwin off the canvas? Well, we aren’t quite sure. However, rest assured we will keep fans posted on any new developments.

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