This particular General Hospital star has a brother who served in the armed forces and helped American troops In Afghanistan And Iraq… but which one was it?
It wasn’t that long ago that GH features a serviceman named Chet (Chris Van Etten) who brought home what our veterans are going through in the war zone, but there is an actor on the show who’s been helped out those serving… and for a very special reason. Read on to find out who.
Stafford’s character, Nina, was willing to keep the secret that her brother was pretending to be Man Landers so that he and Amy could make enough money to help Chet out with his medical bills.
Stafford has been active with Citizens Commission on Human Rights and The Hollywood Education and Literacy Project, but she isn’t the one we’re looking for.
Dorken’s character, Amy, was Chet’s and showed the plight of family members who have had to deal with their loved ones’ return from the front and their mounting medical bills, but she isn’t the one who has a brother overseas that helped out.
Paevey’s character, the late Nathan West, befriended Amy and agreed to help her pull the charade that he was Man Landers when it was actually Amy… and the money made from that blog helped Amy to pay for Chet’s medical bills, but Paevey isn’t the one we are looking for.
Storms’ character, Maxie, received comfort when serviceman Chet helped her deal with grief at Nathan’s grave. And it was Storms who gave comfort when she worked with programs that show their support for the U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq when her brother, Austin, was serving in Iraq.
General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.