Emmy Award Winner Bryan Craig Ready to Return to Soaps

Bryan Craig, General Hospital, Grand Hotel
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It’s been more than two years since two-time Daytime Emmy Award winner Bryan Craig last appeared on a daytime soap opera and now he’s ready to get back in the saddle.

In a tweet early Friday, Craig said, “I’m ready to work and up for grabs so who’s it gonna be?” The actor attached the official handles of all four remaining daytime drama series, including his old stomping ground “General Hospital.”

Winning the Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actor in 2016 and 2017, respectively, for his portrayal of Morgan Corinthos on “General Hospital.” He departed the soap as a series regular in 2016. He made a brief appearance in early 2018 during an episode dedicated to Ava Jerome (Maura West), his character’s former love interest.

Craig most recently appeared as a series regular on ABC’s “Grand Hotel.” He portrayed Javi Mendoza on the primetime series. The actor is currently attached to two upcoming projects set for release in 2021, first with the film “Women Is Losers,” currently in post-production according to his IMDb page, and the TV series “Revenge Wars.”

In addition to his “GH” run, Craig also appeared as a regular in such shows as “Valor” on The CW and the digital series “Youthful Daze.” In 2011, Craig appeared in an episode of the Keke Palmer series “True Jackson, VP,” the uber popular Nickelodeon series that also featured Robbie Amell and appearances by such soap stars as James Patrick Stuart (Valentin, “GH) and Vivica A. Fox, among others.