Audrey Hardy (Rachel Ames) is one of the most iconic names in daytime television, specifically among the popular soap opera genre. Daytime dramas became a huge part of our culture. Additionally, advertisers intentionally utilized this specific target market and placed commercials for everyday household products during these time slots. Thus targeting housewives and stay at home moms.
General Hospital debuted in 1963 and just celebrated 60 years on the air. That said, 60 years is a long time and and few original cast members remain in the show, and sadly, many have passed away. But, Elizabeth Webber is one lucky girl to still have her good-hearted Gram around. Actress Rachel Ames debuted as Audrey Hardy, RN, in 1964. Fifty nine tears later, Audrey is still there hit her granddaughter, Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst).
Apparently, a recent General Hospital scene got fans talking. Elizabeth was on the phone with her Gram, Audrey, as the two remain very close. But fans couldn’t help but wonder how old Gram must be by now, as it seems like she’s been part of GH forever. Well, fans were right about that because Audrey, portrayed by Ames, was introduced to the canvas just after the show’s start in 1963. However, some fans were wrong about something. Some assumed the actress had passed away. Thankfully, that’s not the case. In fact, actress Rachel Ames is an impressive 93 years old, and turns 94 on November 2, 2023. Have no fear, Rachel Ames is still here, and her birthday is just around the corner!
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