General Hospital fans keeping up with all the updates would know that Maurice Benard’s son, Joshua Benard, has returned to General Hospital. The last time we saw him on the soap was back in 2018 when he played a younger version of Sonny. Fast-forward to 2022; the actor is taking on the role of Adam, one of Josslyn’s snarky classmates. He is all set to appear on the soap this March 16, 2022.
General Hospital recently shared the first look of the actor. They shared a clip where we see Adam (Joshua Benard) sharing the screen with Josslyn. He tells Josslyn that he has been thinking about chemistry a lot. The video cuts when he tells Josslyn that ever since he has seen her naked, things have changed for him.
GH viewers would know Esme had leaked a video of Josslyn and Cameron’s first night together. And that has sent ripples around Port Charles. Now, that is what has led to Joshua’s character making such statements.
Coming back to the actor and his experience, Joshua recently spoke to Soap Opera Digest, where he spoke about how much fun he had on sets. He spoke about how he and Josslyn portrayer Eden McCoy had this instant chemistry. They enjoyed working together, and everyone loved them together.
Speaking more about it, he revealed how it was to be on sets with his father. He reveals that Maurice did not say anything to him. Maurice was busy shooting his own scenes. He also opened up about he almost spent all his childhood on the sets of General Hospital.
The young actor opened up about how he wished to one-day share the screen with his father. He urged General Hospital to “get him back on the show.” It looks like Joshua had a good time and wants to get back on the show in a longer role. Would you like to see Joshua on the soap?
Given how things are heating up for the teen scene of General Hospital, an addition would make things even more interesting. GH airs on ABC all weekdays. Don’t miss the action. In the meantime, check out the sneak peek video here.
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