Winner of the Outstanding Supporting Actor category at the 49th annual Daytime Emmy Awards, Jeff Kober, has opened duo about his role as Cyrus Renault, his ties to Mayor Laura Spencer Collins, and his own working dynamic alongside the legendary Genie Francis.
General Hospital news and spoilers reveal that Jeff Kober has opened up about his portrayal of Port Charles villain and the being the black sheep brother of Laura. In a recent interview, Kober discussed his iconic scene where he hit the glass right before Laura’s eyes. According to Soap Hub, Jeff Kober explained that it was a decision he added in himself during rehearsal. Kober explains, “I added [it] in rehearsal,” Kober recalled. “I said, ‘I think I might want to hit the glass.’”
The Daytime Emmy wonder continued, “It was fake glass so it started to wobble,” Jeff Kober shares. “I had to act like I was hitting it hard but I still hit it harder than Genie may have expected.”
General Hospital spoilers reveal Jeff also touched in his dynamic with Genir as Theo work side by side as brother and sister. He describes her reaction to his acting methods and over all scene ethic. Kober said, “She goes with anything,” praising his co-star. “She rolls with it.” It’s hard to believe that cyrus has turned a new leaf and left his life of crime behind him. He’s clearly got something up his sleeve. Regarding Renault’s upcoming agenda, Kober states, “He’s got things that he wants from [Laura] but [they’re not] of a romantic nature,” Shared Kober. “That plays into [their interactions].”
General Hospital recaps revisit Kober’s return to General Hospital during the honorary episode of the soap opera’s 15,000th show. GH previews and spoilers indicate that the people of Port Charles, especially his sister, Laura, have not seen the last of Cyrus Renault.
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