Scott Reeves

Scott Reeves joined the cast of General Hospital in November 2009, playing the role of Dr. Steven Webber.

A graduate of The Beverly Hills Playhouse, Mr. Reeves got his acting start on Days of our Lives. He went on to make several movies and television appearances before returning to daytime in the popular role of Ryan McNeil on The Young and the Restless. Born and raised in the Los Angeles, Scott lives in Nashville, as he has pursued his passion for music in the CMA and ACM nominted duo, Blue County. Recently, co-writing Toby Keith's #1 hit 'Made in America" He has been married to actress Melissa Reeves for 20 years, and they have two children.









Brandon Barash

Brandon Barash brings passion and heart to the role of Johnny Zacchara, the scion of mobster Anthony Zacchara, on General Hospital. Though born in St. Louis, Barash lived in Texas as well before moving to Southern California. Barash is a graduate of the theater program at the University of Southern California. His first television credit was on the TV series Gilmore Girls in 2002, and since then, he has worked steadily, appearing on The West Wing, 24, and NCIS,  Tell Me You Love Me, among other shows, before landing the role of Johnny on General Hospital.








Bradford Anderson

Best known for his portrayal of Damian Spinelli on ABC’s General Hospital (5 Emmy nominations), Bradford Anderson has enjoyed a career both on stage and screen. A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Bradford's theater credits include Babes in Arms at Goodspeed Opera House, She Loves Me at Papermill Playhouse,  Elegies at Barrington Stage Company, and Edward Albee’s The Goat or Who Is Sylvia? at both Arena Stage and Philadelphia Theater Company (Philly Award, Barrymore Nomination).  Other television credits include Ed,Veronica Mars, What About Brian, GH Night Shift, NCIS, Perception, NCIS LA, Castle, and Minority Report; film credits include American Pie: Beta House, Carts, Kissing Cousins, and Falsely Accused (with Roseanna Arquette and Jon Gries).







Steve Burton

Steve made his daytime television debut on Days Of Our Lives before landing the contract role of Jason Quartermaine on General Hospital in 1991. Steve won a Daytime Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actor In a Drama Series for his role of Jason Morgan in 1998. He left General Hospital in 2000 to pursue other roles. He made his feature film debut in The Last Castle: starring James Gandolfini and Robert Redford. He also appeared in the Steven Spielberg Emmy award winning mini series "Taken". Now, he plays Dylan Mcavoy on the "Young and the Restless." Best of all he created a band.

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