Cameron Mathison Joins the Cast of General Hospital

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cameron mathison joins general hospital

Canadian actor Cameron Mathison is headed back to ABC daytime.

10 years following the cancellation of All My Children, Mathison – who portrayed Ryan Lavery for 14 years – is headed to General Hospital, per Deadline.

Mathison’s Hallmark Channel series Home and Family will conclude it’s run this August. The Sarnia, Ontario native began co-hosting the series back in 2018.

The TV Watercooler had the opportunity to chat with Mathison back in 2015 before the premiere of W Network’s Game of Homes (where he served as host for the first season) about a potential return to daytime soaps, “The Young and the Restless talked to me a bit about the role of Adam Newman [which eventually went to Justin Hartley]but then word got out online and there was a big hoopla. I didn’t even audition, there were just talks. I liked thar role, so I was considering it but not after it leaked. I didn’t want to touch it.”

We also discussed his possibility of joining GH as his former AMC leading leading Rebecca Budig (ex-Greenlee) had just joined as Hayden Barnes as well as Ryan Lavery’s tie to fan-favourite GH character Duke Lavery (Ian Buchanan), “I would love the Lavery tie-in, but it would get messy [ABC and Prospect Park were disputing over the rights to All My Children and One Life to Live at the time]. I would have to see what the character was. It’s been a long time and I’ve made moves in other directions in my life and career. It would have to be either recurring or a really good character. I thought Adam on Y&R would have been a good challenge.” 

No word yet on when Mathison makes his Port Charles debut or who he’ll be playing.

Last May, Mathison took part in Entertainment Weekly’s #UnitedAtHome series along with some of his former All My Children co-stars. Pine Valley, An All My Children sequel series I currently in development at ABC with Kelly Ripa (ex-Hayley) and Mark Consuelos (ex-Mateo).

General Hospital airs weekdays on Citytv and ABC. Canadian viewers can catch up on demand, on the Citytv NOW app and on Citytv.com. For the latest soap opera news, previews and spoilers, please visitthetvwatercooler.com/soaps.

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