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12 Times GENERAL HOSPITAL’s Brandon Barash Was the Best Dad Ever to His Daughter, Harper!


It’s no surprise that Brandon Barash (ex-Johnny, GENERAL HOSPITAL) loves being a dad to his two-year-old daughter, Harper. All you have to do is take one look at the actor’s Instagram page and you’ll see plenty of evidence! When he and ex-wife Kirsten Storms (Maxie) split, they agreed to co-parent their daughter, and they’ve been doing a great job of it.

Barash loves taking his little girl to the museum so she can see her favorite dinosaurs, and out for fun in vintage clothing stores, and for delicious ice cream! Heck, like any good dad, he even lets Harper do his nails!

He’s even taught Harper to count in Spanish and French as you can see in this absolutely adorable video where he tries to get her to wish everyone a happy Cinco de Mayo. It takes a while to get there, but it’s worth the wait, we promise!

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Or in this hilarious video where Barash tries to get Harper to say “Who’s your daddy” and she quotes Arnold Schwarzenegger saying “Get to the chopper!” from Predator!

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But we really love this cilp Barash shared of one of his rehearsals with Port Chuck. While he and bandmates Steve Burton (ex-Jason), Scott Reeves (ex-Steve), and Bradford Anderson (Spinelli) play one of their tunes, Harper just has an absolute blast dancing around the room! It’s too cute for words, so just watch!

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You can see 12 more times that Barash was the best dad ever to little Harper in the precious family photo gallery below!

For more on your favorite GH stars — past and present — keep reading the ABC edition of Soaps In Depth magazine!

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