Twenty-five years ago I made my television debut on the ABC soap opera General Hospital. I played an annoying customer at a café who was interfering with a police investigation. I never imagined back in 1992 that in 2017 I would return to Port Charles (the fictional city in upstate New York that is the setting for GH) in a bigger, better role (this time dealing with an annoying customer in a restaurant rather than being one). Nor could I have foreseen the sweeping changes during the last quarter century that have compromised the entire genre of daytime drama. (The episode in which I appear is scheduled to be telecast on Thursday, March 23.)
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