Walt Willey leaves GH. Previously, General Hospital news reports confirmed that All My Children’s Walt Willey, aka Jackson Montgomery was headed to General Hospital. From Pine Valley to Port Charles, soap fans are familiar with the iconic daytime star no matter where he pops up. Fans anxiously awaiting Walt’s Port Charles arrival, but never expected how it plays out.
Walt Willey Leaves GH
According to the latest GH spoilers, GH casting news reports confirm Walt Willey’s abrupt General Hospital exit. In a recent tweet, Willey confirms that he’ll air on GH as Jackson Montgomery on July 17th and 18th. Then, he exits the role. When fans first heard that Walt was joining GH, excitement grew over the possibilities Jackson Montgomery would bring to Port Charles. However, news of his short-lives stint leaves fans confused.
Expectedly, fans turned to social media to vent. Asking, “what was the purpose of Walt Willey coming to GH?” Truth be told, I want to know the same thing. For what has happened with Lucy and Felicia thus far, this lawyer could have been played by anyone, and named any name and it wouldn’t have mattered who it was. Let alone an iconic daytime tv star. What was the significance of Jackson Montgomery’s arrival? And what would be so different than having any other actor play the lawyer role? Unless, could there be more? Check back with General Hospital Blog for any new developments!
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