Profile #GH ‘s @ChloeLanier as Nell via @stacyamiller85 @GeneralHospital #GeneralHospital

When an actor appears on a show and makes an impression and connection with fans, it’s magical.

Such is the case of Chloe Lanier.  She first appeared on General Hospital in 2015 as Young Patricia Spencer in a black and white special episode celebrating the soap opera’s anniversary.  Viewers learned that Patricia was the never mentioned or seen older sister of Luke Spencer (Anthony Geary), who harbored a terrible secret involving the death of his parents.  A secret that led to a complete mental break for Luke.  Patricia is also the mother of Valerie (Brytni Sarpy).


After Lanier’s stellar performances as Patricia, who would have thought that lightening would strike twice and that we’d be lucky to see her on General Hospital again.  This time, Chloe Lanier is playing Nell Hayes, a young woman who Carly (Laura Wright) discovered was the donor for her daughter Jossyln. In the story, Nell’s father donated her kidney without her consent because the family needed the money.  When Nell comes to Port Charles, she explains that she wanted to make sense of what happened to her and after meeting Jossyln and the Corinthos family, she realized that something positive came out of it. Grateful to Nell, Carly offers her a job and welcomes her into the Corinthos’ family lives.  However, it now seems that Nell isn’t as sweet as we were led to believe. It looks like she has less than sincere motives when it comes to Carly and Sonny. What is Nell up to?


Due to the intensity of Chloe Lanier’s performances, she has made us eager to find out!

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