General Hospital spoilers tease this week in Port Charles, Austin Gatlin-Holt’s (Roger Howarth) murder investigation will heat up. While the PCPD scrambles trying to find the killer, rumors have been heating up on social media that Roger Howarth may be gone from General Hospital for good.
How many times has Roger Howarth played dead on General Hospital? To be honest, more times than we can count at this point. But, this time is the real deal. After Austin was shot and killed last week, Howarth confirmed his exit on social media. But, what’s next for the actor?
Roger Howarth – Officially Leaves General Hospital
Roger Howarth has been on soaps since 1992. Some longtime soap fans may remember him from his role on Guiding Light.
Then he went on to play Todd Manning on One Life To Live, after the soap was cancelled, Roger made his way to General Hospital for another 11 years. First he played Franco, and then was reincarnated as Austin.
One thing is for sure, Roger Howarth has made a lot of friends in the soap opera world since he began in 1992. If he wants a job, he can just make a few phone calls.
Ironically, Hayley Erin just joined The Young and the Restless, and when she was on General Hospital she worked closely with Roger Howarth and filmed a lot with him. How fun would it be to see Roger join Hayley on Y&R?
Is Roger Howarth Joining The Young And The Restless
The CBS soap is bringing back a ton of old characters and storylines and there’s a steady stream of unfamiliar faces in Genoa City, now would be the perfect time to squeeze Howarth in.
It’s hard to picture Roger Howarth on The Bold and the Beautiful. There’s not a whole lot of need for another male character in his age range.
Days of Our Lives would have a field day if they casted him. And, he would probably be a huge ratings boost for the streaming soap.
What soap opera do you think Roger Howarth will pop up on next? Do you miss him on General Hospital?
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