Just recently, the people of Port Charles gathered together to celebrate Spencer Cassadine’s life. Sadly, the young Cassadine Prince suffered a tragic accident and is presumed dead. Reportedly, GH Blog shared Nicholas Alexander Chavez’s GH status. According to recent GH news reports, Chavez has temporarily left his role as Spencer Cassadine.
As a youngster, 8 year old Nicolas Bechtel played Spencer Cassadine, the youngest Cassadine heir (at the time). He landed the role in 2013 as the son of Nikolas Cassadine (the late Tyler Christopher) and Courtney Matthews (Alicia Leigh Willis). According to GH news, Nicholas Bechtel left General Hospital in 2016 to focus on his role on Disney Channel’s Stuck In The Middle. But in 2021, Bechtel officially said goodbye to the role when GH recast Spencer.
It was then that the General Hospital Executives decided to take the role into a different direction. So Spencer was SORASed, bringing in an older actor for more mature material.
GH’s ex-Spencer Cassadine celebrated his 19th birthday on February 15th. Nicolas Bechtel’s All Grown Up!
It was only a matter of time before time caught up with little Spencer Cassadine (aka Nicolas Bechtel). As much as we think of Bechtel’s version of little Spence, the young actor isn’t so little anymore. In fact, Nicolas celebrated his 19th birthday in February 15th! As previously mentioned, Bechtel was only 8 when he began his GH run. Today, he’s all grown up! Check out the latest picture of GH’s ex-Spencer!
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