The name, Lucky Spencer, needs no introduction in the soap opera fandom. Lucky is an iconic character, almost like daytime drama royalty. His parents are none other than Lucas Lorenzo Spencer (Anthony Geary), and Laura Spencer (Genie Francis).
Lucky (Jonathan Jackson) didn’t just ride the coattails of his legendary parents; he and Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst) made quite a love story .themselves, following in Luke and Laura’s infamous love.
General Hospital news reports reveal a ew want podcast interview with Jackson, discussing his role as Lucky Spencer on General Hospital. Jackson joined the cast in 1993 as Luke and Laura’s son. He exited the role in 1999, but returned in 2009-2011. His strong rows with the people of Port Charles left opportunity for his return visit in 2015.
General Hospital news reports state Jackson, just like his character, Lucky, moved to Ireland with his family. Although he is no longer living in LA, GH spoilers reveal he is willing to return.
General Hospital spoilers reveal Jackson’s interview left much to the imagination after he confirmed he is open to a return to GH. According to Dishing With Digest, JJ said to fans, “I always had it in my mind to come back periodically, so I’m always open to that.”
Now that Elizabeth has been consistently unlucky ???? in love, and she just lost her husband, Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth), it would seem like the perfect time to bring a little “Luck” Elizabeth’s way.
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