‘GH’s’ William deVry Joins Movement to Fight Ovarian Cancer

William deVry, General Hospital
Craig Sjodin/ABC

On Saturday, April 27, “” star (Julian Jerome) will make a special guest appearance during the Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation’s 15th Annual Sandy Sprint Superhero 5K/10K.

The event, scheduled to kick off from the Philadelphia Museum of Art at 7:30 a.m., will include over 4,000 runners, walkers and four-legged friends as they gather together, decked out in their favorite superhero costumes. The Sandy Sprint helps honor the brave heroes – survivors, patients, families, friends and supporters – who are impacted by ovarian cancer. The event is part of a national movement geared toward finding a cure for this deadly cancer.

Philadelphia’s own from affiliate station 6ABC has been named host while deVry is scheduled to appear as the celebrity ambassador.

If you’re able to join in and help in any way possible, the event location and schedule is as follows:

Philadelphia Museum of Art
2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130

  • 6:30 AM – 8:00 AM: Registration
  • 7:15 AM: Race Warm Up 10K
  • 7:30 AM: Official Start of 10K Race
  • 7:40 AM: National Anthem
  • 7:45 AM: Survivor Photo & Ceremony
  • 8:00 AM: Race Warm Up 5K
  • 8:15 AM: Official Start of 5k Run/Walk
  • 10:00 AM: Awards Ceremony

For more information about the Sandy Sprint, please visit the event website. To
learn more about the Foundation, visit

Highlights from last year’s event can be watched below.

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