Nancy Lee Grahn joined General Hospital as Alexis back in 1996, so she’s sure seen a lot of talented actors come and go on the long-running soap. Two young ladies certainly made an impression on her and she made a prediction about their future.
Kimberly McCullough was playing Robin while a young Amber Tamblyn had just joined the show as Emily Quartermaine. The two actresses recently took a walk down memory lane in a flashback post and Grahn joined in.
“I remember these two beauties. I also remember thinking these 2 are good trouble, super smart, & gonna be heard. I was right. Love to you both. @whitewatercrew @ambertamblyn #gh @GeneralHospital #WeAreFamily”
She was spot on — now that both have grown into incredible working women and mothers.
McCullough is a director of primetime comedies while being a mom to her son Otis. Fans have followed her rise from shadowing directors to being a very in-demand director of hits like Fuller House, The Connors, and One Day At A Time.
Tamblyn, daughter of famed actor Russ Tamblyn (West Side Story and Seven Brides For Seven Brothers), is an accomplished actor and poetry writer (whose new book of poems, Era of Ignition, was recently released) and mom to daughter Marlowe. Tamblyn is also co-founder of the #TimesUp movement against sexual harassment.
Starting a movement is something Grahn can relate to — after all, she began Daytime For Choice back in 1988, helping daytime stars who supported a woman’s right to choose. Needless to say, all three women are pretty incredible.
General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.
I remember these two beauties. I also remember thinking these 2 are good trouble, super smart, & gonna be heard. I was right. Love to you both. @whitewatercrew @ambertamblyn #gh @GeneralHospital #WeAreFamily https://t.co/Y31aiWP89b
— Nancy Lee Grahn (@NancyLeeGrahn) April 13, 2019