After just over a year, Elizabeth Hendrickson is leaving GENERAL HOSPITAL. The soap hopper added another daytime drama to her resume when she joined the cast of the ABC sudser in May of 2018, but her stint has now come to an end. “It was an incredible year at GH playing Margaux,” she shared on Instagram. “Thanks to all my new friends. It was truly one of the best experiences I’ve ever had. On to the next!”
Hendrickson was already well-known in the daytime community from her work as twins Frankie and Maggie on ALL MY CHILDREN and Chloe Mitchell on THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS. During her time on Y&R, she was nominated four times for Outstanding Supporting Actress at the Daytime Emmy Awards.
Her GH family wished her well as she moved on in her career. “You are as lovely as they come,” said Briana Nicole Henry (Jordan). “I’ll definitely miss your face around those halls.” Maurice Benard (Sonny) declared: “You were great to work with. I’ll see you soon!” Although Tamara Braun (Kim) predicted this wouldn’t be the last they see of Hendrickson. “You’ll be back!” she teased. “You’d better be back! You’re one of the good ones. Talent and heart. Big hugs and lots of love!”
With her Y&R character of Chloe having been mentioned quite a bit lately, it’s likely that she’s making a return to the CBS soap, although they have not announced anything official. Stay tuned to see what Hendrickson does next, and for more on your favorite GH stars, keep reading the ABC edition of Soaps In Depth magazine.
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