Rick Springfield Reprising His Role As Dr. Noah Drake On ABC’s ‘General Hospital’ Honoring The Soaps 50th Anniversary, Highlight Hollywood News

Entertainer Rick Springfield will reprise his role as Dr. Noah Drake on “General Hospital” for several episodes in April, People first reported.  As the ABC soap opera marks its 50th anniversary, the “Jessie’s Girl” singer will also be joined by his son, Liam Springthorpe, who will make his debut appearance on the show as an undercover cop. Springfield, who last appeared on the show in March 2012, says the good doctor has a lot of personal baggage to deal with.

“He lost his wife and became a drunk and regretted all these terrible, sinful ways and then cleaned his act up when he almost died from the alcohol,” says Springfield. “Now he disappears all the time, going to Doctors Without Borders and going around the world helping people. I guess he’s gone from a drunk to being incredibly altruistic. I’m not nearly as altruistic as Noah Drake is.”


Springfield hasn’t begun filming yet, report.
Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
Photographs are Courtesy: Rick Springfield
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