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Brady Bauer Is the New Rocco on GENERAL HOSPITAL

If you thought Dante’s son looked a little different, that’s because he does! Brady Bauer has joined the cast of GENERAL HOSPITAL as Rocco and made his debut in the Nov. 24 episode of the soap. “Tune in tomorrow for the first (of many) episodes at GH,” the child star shared on Instagram when he announced his new gig. “Thank you A3 Artists Agency and Discover Management for believing in me! Love this job, these people, what an amazing opportunity!” He closed with the hashtag: “#sograteful.”

Brady started working in the entertainment industry alongside his identical twin brother, Beckett, in 2018. As is common practice with very young characters, twins are often used by productions to play the same role since children are only allowed to be on set for a limited period of time. The siblings shared roles in the films I Am Jacob and Deadly Promises as well as an episode of the Paramount+ series INTERROGATION. However, Brady has branched off on his own, appearing in the movie The Au Pair Nightmare, and now GH.

Dante and Lulu’s son, Rocco Falconeri, was born back in 2013, and was played by a series of twins until 2016 when Mason Tannous took over the role. Then, in April 2017, Rocco grew up a bit more when O’Neill Monahan stepped in. Of course, given COVID restrictions, the children of GH weren’t seen as much during 2020, but now by the end of 2021, viewers are starting to see them again here and there.

Rocco seems pretty happy to have his dad back in his life, but we’re sure he still misses his mom quite a bit as Lulu remains comatose in a special medical facility upstate. He also appears okay with his dad dating Sam, but who knows what’s really going on inside his head? Stay tuned to GH to see what happens to Rocco next!

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