Ashton Arbab Concludes His Run as Dev Cerci on ‘General Hospital’

Ashton Arbab, General Hospital
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Another victim of The Floating Rib explosion from today’s episode was Dev Cerci, and with that Ashton Arbab has concluded his run on “General Hospital.”

Joining the cast of “GH” in March 2019, Arbab portrayed the Turkish teenager who was caught stealing in order to survive as an illegal immigrant in the United States. He was given protection by Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard), complete with a fabricated family as a result. Lucky for him his fake father, Brando Corbin (Johnny Wactor), who initially was thought to be dead until he turned up very much alive, agreed to continue the charade in order to protect Dev from deportation, among other circumstances.

In a promo for this week’s “GH” (shown below), the announcer asks “Who Died Tonight?” So far, we know Dev and Dustin (Mark Lawson) have perished thanks to Julian Jerome (William deVry) setting his place of business to go boom!

In addition to “GH,” this year Arbab has also appeared in the Netflix film “The Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting” and the Disney Channel series “Raven’s Home.”

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