Ex-General Hospital Star Scott Reeves on Young and Restless Return: "I Would Definitely Consider It"By Jamey Giddens on March 04, 2013
Steven Lars Webber, M.D. may not have been fatally shish kabobed by his mama on General Hospital, but Scott Reeves' previous soap character, randy cosmetics exec Ryan McNeil, died at the altar on The Young and the Restless way back in 2001. Instead of Ryan being able to successfully re-marry heiress Victoria Newman (then Heather Tom), his unstable ex, Tricia Dennison (Sabryn Genet) busted a life-draining cap in that ass. That little factoid hasn't stopped chatter about Reeves potentially returning to Y&R, where his BFF Steve Burton now appears as Dylan McAvoy.
In the March 18 issue of ABC Soaps In Depth, Reeves responded to the magazine's inquiry about a possible Genoa City return trip, saying:
"I would definitely consider it."
Popular soap hunk Scott Reeves is once again looking for work, and I say why not return to the family that employed him for well over a decade during the 90's and early 00's — the Bells? I'm not suggesting the soon-to-be exiting General Hospital star reprise the role of slain, perennial cheater Ryan McNeil on The Young and the Restless. Instead, I'd love to see Reeves recreate the role of Dr. Taylor Hayes' (Hunter Tylo) long-missing, bad seed brother Zach Hamilton on The Bold and the Beautiful! READ MORE
Are Dr. Steven Lars Webber's days numbered? On Wednesday night, Scott Reeves tweeted that he has been let go from General Hospital! Said Reeves:
NBC's Days of Our Lives may have made great strides in supporting the LGBT community by penning a powerful coming out story for Will Horton (Chandler Massey), but apparently one of the soap's top stars would rather eat chicken than see gay people afforded equality. Melissa Reeves, who has played the mega popular role of Jennifer Rose Horton Deveraux on the sudser on and off since 1985, tweeted support for Chick-fil-A on Wednesday.
The fast food chain has been under fire for years, due to the millions it has donated to anti-LGBT rights causes. Most recently, Chick-fil-A's COO Dan Cathy confirmed his stance against gay marriage in an interview with the publication Blblical Recorder, resulting in calls from civil rights groups to boycott Chick-fil-A. I guess Reeves sees absolutely nothing wrong with the chain working so hard to deny 10 percent of the population their civil rights. She tweeted:
Steve Burton, Rebecca Herbst and Maurice Benard joined a number of their General Hospital co-stars at the General Hospital Fan Club Luncheon on July 21. The event–held at the Sportsman’s Lodge in Studio City, CA during the General Hospital Fan Club Weekend–was also attended by GH executive producer Frank Valentini. See more photos from the General Hospital Fan Club Luncheon after the jump! READ MORE