Donna Mills Returning as Madeline Reeves on ‘General Hospital’
Another fan favorite is returning to General Hospital.
Donna Mills is reprising her role of Madeline Reeves on the long-running daytime drama, Entertainment Weekly revealed Wednesday.
Mills left GH in September 2015 after her character was sentenced with prison time for murdering Silas Clay. She joined the series in March 2014 and her character has, of course, been through a lot.
Madeline is the sister of Dr. Liesl Obrecht, a soap super villain, and has a daughter named Nina.
Port Charles will be seeing a few familiar faces, it turns out. As we broke exclusively this week, come September, Genie Francis will return as Laura in a series regular role. Francis told TV Insider, “I’m looking forward to coming home and I am really excited about this new invigorating story line they have for Laura. I look forward to the next chapter of this prolific and historic character.”
GH will also sadly be losing Vinessa Antoine. She announced her departure on Twitter in mid-July.
(1) There are so many people that God put into place who are directly and indirectly responsible for my time at @GeneralHospital You know who you are. I thank you. I came into this world as an artist. My job is to create and inspire. I hope that I did that a little in pic.twitter.com/8rDDUAc4t5
— Vinessa Antoine (@VinessaAntoine) July 16, 2018
Antoine will now be starring in the lead role in the upcoming Canadian drama, Diggstown.
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