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Does 'General Hospital' Star Bryan Craig Want to Lose His Job?

Bryan Craig
If General Hospital star Bryan Craig wants to lose his job, he is off to a good start. Today, Craig took to Twitter to share with General Hospital executive producer Frank Valentini that he is seeing a lot of complaints about his storyline.



To be honest, I can't imagine anybody likes this story other than Chad Duell. Duell is taking center stage, while Craig is forced to play opposite GH newcomer Hayley Erin. But is Twitter the proper place to to air your dirty laundry? A direct message (DM) might have been wiser.

If you see a casting call go out soon looking for a hairy chested twenty-something actor, I think it's safe to assume it will be for a Morgan recast!

Comments

SaveOurSuds said…
There are no words. Not only was it is poor taste to tweet that to his bosses on a public forum but not a very gentlemanly thing to tag his young new leading lady on either.
Not sure what he was thinking...
Unknown said…
So tactless. He continued talking trash about the storyline and GH on that stageit chat he has been pimping. He also claimed that being a 2 time Emmy Nominee should warrant him better stories. His ego needs to be checked.
He's young and doesn't know any better. There should be someone in his life to let him know he is behaving like a dolt.
Anonymous said…
who really cares,the whole jake,jason storyline stinks,and boring.
Linda said…
He's an adult. He should know better

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