General Hospital Fan Celebration | Jan 17-19 | Stars
Portrays Laura Collins
               CHARACTER BIOGRAPHY               
Laura Collins is one of Port Charles' most iconic residents. From her relationship (and marriage) to Luke Spencer to facing bogus murder charges, battling the Cassadines and becoming the city's newest Mayor, she has seemingly done it all. Laura's three children include: Lucky Spencer, Lulu Spencer-Falconeri, and the late Nikolas Cassadine. Her six grandchildren are: Charlotte Cassadine, Spencer Cassadine, Rocco Falconeri, Cameron Webber, Jake Webber, and Aiden Webber.
Portrays Carly Corinthos
               CHARACTER BIOGRAPHY               
Carly Corinthos, who co-owns the Metro Court Hotel, is the life-long love of Sonny Corinthos. They have married each other five times and share a blended family that includes Carly's children Michael Corinthos and Josslyn Jacks.
Portrays Jason Morgan
               CHARACTER BIOGRAPHY               
Jason Morgan is the son of Alan Quartermaine and Susan Moore. However, Monica Quartermaine raised him as her own. Jason is a mobster and hitman, who is in business with Sonny Corinthos. He is also fiercely loyal to Carly Corinthos. Jason is the father of two boys, Jake Webber and Danny Morgan.
Portrays Jasper “Jax” Jacks
               CHARACTER BIOGRAPHY               
Jasper Jacks is an Australian corporate raider known more commonly as "Jax." His most recent acquisition made him 50% owner of Aurora Media with full control over its print division – which includes Crimson magazine. Jax's history with Port Charles dates back to 1996 and includes: a storied rivalry with Sonny Corinthos, marriages to Alexis Davis and Carly Corinthos, and an infamous brother – Jerry Jacks. He and Carly share a daughter together: Josslyn Jacks.
Portrays Ava Jerome
               CHARACTER BIOGRAPHY               
Ava Jerome is the owner of Port Charles' most well-known art gallery. She and her brother, Julian Jerome, are the children of infamous mob boss Victor Jerome. However, they both have left the mob behind. Ava is also the mother of two daughters: Kiki Jerome and Avery Corinthos.
Portrays Curtis Ashford
               CHARACTER BIOGRAPHY               
Curtis Ashford is one of Port Charles' most well-known private investigators. His job is made more complicated thanks to his on and off relationship with Port Charles' Police Commissioner, Jordan Ashford. Curtis has strong familiar ties with his Aunt Stella Henry and nephew TJ Ashford.
Portrays Harrison Chase
               CHARACTER BIOGRAPHY               
Harrison Chase is a detective at the Port Charles Police Department. He is also the half-brother of Dr. Hamilton Finn. "Chase" is known for being the PCPD's most by-the-book officer.
Portrays Peter August
               CHARACTER BIOGRAPHY               
Peter August is the current COO of Aurora Media (formerly Derek Wells Media). He is also the son of notorious criminal Cesar Faison and half-brother to fallen PCPD Detective Nathan West.
Portrays Sasha Gilmore
               CHARACTER BIOGRAPHY               
Sasha Gilmore is pretending to be the long-lost daughter of Nina Reeves and Silas Clay. Valentin Cassadine arranged to bring Sasha to Port Charles in an effort to redeem himself to ex-wife Nina.
Portrays Willow Tait
               CHARACTER BIOGRAPHY               
In addition to being the birth mother of a baby boy adopted by Brad Cooper and Lucas Jones, Willow Tait is a grade school teacher at Port Charles Elementary. Unfortunately, Wiley Cooper-Jones died suddenly - leading Brad to swap him with Michael Corinthos and Nelle Benson's son, Jonah Corinthos.

Executive Producer
Frank Valentini became executive producer of ABC's “General Hospital”  in January 2012. Previously, he was executive producer of ABC's multi-award winning daytime drama, "One Life to Live." Valentini was honored with an Emmy Award for producing in 2002 and two consecutive wins in 2008 and 2009 as a part of the One Life to Live directing team, and in 2011 for the ABC daytime "What If" webisodes. In addition, he was nominated for a DGA Award in 2002. Prior to being named executive producer at One Life to Live, Valentini held various positions on the show, including associate director, stage manager and coordinating producer. In addition to his duties at OLTL, he served as a guest director on the ABC Daytime drama "All My Children." In 2008, he added commercial director to his credits with the "Endless Drama" broadcast and web campaign for ESPN. He directed ABC Daytime's innovative series of "What If" webisodes that began airing on and on July 12, 2010. The 10-part series features well known characters from "All My Children," "One Life to Live" and “General Hospital” answering the questions, "What would happen if two characters from different soaps ran into each other? What would they say?" Valentini has a vast knowledge of contemporary music, which he acquired when he served as a radio station music director, talent scout for Steam Records and freelance writer for VH-1. He served for two years on the board of the New Group Theater Company. He received his degree in film & television production from the University of Buffalo. He has traveled to over 75 countries, and in 2002 he became a published photographer.
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