Marcus Coloma Bids Farewell to “General Hospital” after 3 long years

Marcus Coloma says goodbye to ‘General Hospital’

Marcus Coloma who plays the role of Nikolas Cassadine on ‘General Hospital’ is reported to leave the daytime program. The actor spent 3 years in the show and played his part phenomenally. His last episode will be aired till the end of January according to the sources.

Marcus Coloma
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The reason behind his exit will be shocking to hear. According to reports, Marcus Coloma wished not to film even the final episode after he find out that he has been fired. The news of his exit popped out by Daytime Confidential.

Marcus Coloma has performed his hardest over the shows like South Beach and Fox’s Point Pleasant in which he played the role of Matt Evans and Father Tomas, respectively. Being versatile enough, he has signed many TV shows and has been a finest of actors in shows like Major Crimes, Lucifer, One Tree Hill, Make It or Break It on ABC Family, False Profits and Material Girls as Hilary Duff’s love interest in Beverly Hills Chihuahuas 2 and 3.

Since the covid outbreak, Coloma caught the virus and was not seen for days and then Nikolas Cassadine was filled in by actor Adam Huss while Coloma got his treatment.

General Hospital is one of the longest running American soap opera and has also been listed in Guinness World Records. Being the 3rd longest drama, it was premiered in the 1960s. It was created by Frank and Doris Hursley and the story revolved around the seventh floor of the building of a general Hospital where all the adventure and fun were scripted.

The cast of 'General Hospital'
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Being the most popular show, it also received awards for the Outstanding Drama series by Daytime Emmy Awards with 14 wins.

Talking about the series during pandemic, it was suspended in March 2020, and resumed again in July 22 of the same year.