Please join us in offering Bryan Craig (ex-Morgan), a graduate of General Hospital, our love as he grieves the loss of his cherished grandmother, who passed away at the age of 97. He said, “I’m crushed,” beside an old picture of himself as a child in her arms in an Instagram story. “I already miss you. My Mima, you have my undying affection.
He said, “I ought to have gone once more.” “I didn’t anticipate it to arrive this quickly. I really hope ghosts exist. I hope you’ll come back to see me. You are loved, Grandma.
Back on March 1, 2018, Craig shared the same photo of himself and his Mima to celebrate her birthday. “Love this woman to the moon and back,” he wrote. “Feliz cumpleaños a la mejor abuela dulce que alguna vez podría pedir [Happy Birthday to the sweetest grandma you could ever ask for]. 92 years old and still kicking ass.”
Craig got his big break back in 2013 when he joined the cast of GH as the newest recast of Morgan Corinthos. Before the character was killed off in 2016, the talented young actor earned five Daytime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Younger Actor, taking home the trophy in both 2016 and 2017.
After leaving Port Charles, Craig landed the role of Adam Coogan in The CW’s short-lived primetime series VALOR, and starred as Javi Mendoza in ABC’s primetime sudser GRAND HOTEL. He also appeared in primetime series like NARC and WALKER as well as in films like American Fighter, Women Is Losers, and That’s Amor. He currently stars as Joaquin Peréz on the Freeform series GOOD TROUBLE.
Our thoughts are with Craig and his entire family during this difficult time.