Happy Birthday to GENERAL HOSPITAL’s Haley Pullos! — See How She’s Grown up on Screen!


Please join us in sending best wishes to GENERAL HOSPITAL star Haley Pullos (Molly), who is celebrating her birthday today! The young actress joined GH in 2009 as Molly Lansing, the daughter of Alexis Davis and Ric Lansing. While the character was born on on the soap back on November 10, 2005, Molly was struck by a terrible case of SORAS and aged into a pre-teen just four years later!

Over the years, Molly has experienced PTSD following a bus crash, wrote a book, Love in Maine, that Connie Falconeri tried to pass off as her own, and nearly died in a car crash when Rafe was driving while high on drugs. She is currently dating T.J. Ashford and their relationship has remained solid… mostly because they’re rarely on screen together!

In 2015, Pullos was nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series for her work on GH. She has also taken home four Young Artist Awards over the years for her impressive performances.

Fans of the CBS drama GHOST WHISPERER may recognize Pullos for her recurring role as the younger version of Melinda, played by series star Jennifer Love Hewitt. In January of 2017, Pullos took on her first adult role when she starred in the scandalous Lifetime movie From Straight A’s to XXX where she played Miriam Weeks, the infamous Duke University freshman who turned to porn to pay her tuition!

See how Pullos has grown up on screen right before your eyes in our special flashback gallery below featuring some memorable moments of her many years on GH!

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