"General Hospital's" mysterious Dixon, who Paul Hornsby (<strong>Richard Burgi</strong>) has been heard conversing with for the last several weeks, has finally been identified as actor <strong>Troy Ruptash</strong>, who debuts in the recurring role beginning <strong>Friday, February 19</strong>, <em>Soap Opera Network</em> has learned.
With his hit primetime series getting <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/08/ae-cancels-longmire-co-starring-atwt-alum-bailey-chase">canceled</a> by A&E in late August, despite bringing in some of the largest audiences for the network overall, that hasn't stopped former "Longmire" and "As The World Turns" actor <strong>Bailey Chase</strong> (ex-Chris Hughes) from moving on with his career. Chase has landed a multi-episode arc on NBC's "Chicago P.D.," <a href="http://deadline.com/2014/10/gilles-marini-cast-devious-maids-bailey-chase-chicago-pd-845397/" target="_blank">reports</a> <em>Deadline Hollywood</em>.
After just three seasons on the air, A&E has canceled "Longmire," its highest rated original drama series of all time, reports Deadline's Nellie Andreeva.Based on the Walt Longmire Mystery novels by best-selling author Craig Johnson, the series followed its central character, Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor, "The Matrix"), the charismatic, dedicated and unflappable sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyoming. It co-starred "As The World Turns" alum Bailey Chase (ex-Chris Hughes) as Branch Connally, a deputy with political aspirations.