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General Hospital News And Spoilers: Steve Burton Gives Inside Tidbit On His Past And Present Acting Career

Steve Burton has an impressive career history dating back to his first role in 1986. Burton’s small role playing an FBI agent as “Ithaca” in The Manhattan Project. Steve then went on to play in the sitcom, Out Of This World, from 1987-1991 before beginning his career in Daytime TV.

General Hospital news and spoilers report Burton’s most recent career moves have occurred over a short period of time. Burton played the iconic role of mob enforcer, Jason Morgan for 3 decades. As the right hand man of Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) Jason and Sonny become one of the most popular daytime duos; with their leading ladies, Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) and Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) by their side, these power couples were unstoppable.

General Hospital spoilers reveal that before Steve become Jason “Quartermaine” Morgan, his first role in Daytime was actually on Days Of Our Lives. Since Burton’s premature departure from ABC’s General Hospital last November, he has made yet another premising career move.

In a recent Instagram post, Burton shared a tidbit of information with fans regarding his role on the series, Beyond Salem, a spin-off of DOOL.

General Hospital spoilers reveal Steve is returning to Days as the same character (Harris Michaels) he played back in the day which kickstarted his Daytime career!

General Hospital news reports confirm that Beyond Salem will be available on Peacock this July 11th!

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