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GH Alum Bryan Craig Previews His Exciting New Role!


When Netflix debuts a new movie called That’s Amor on Thursday, August 25, there will be one face among the charming film’s cast familiar to GENERAL HOSPITAL viewers: Bryan Craig, who played Sonny and Carly’s late son, Morgan. “[I] have a fun romantic comedy coming to Netflix,” the GH Emmy winner announced on social media when the trailer for That’s Amor dropped. “Check it out.”

Per the synopsis, after her job and relationship implode on the same day, Sofia starts over from scratch — and meets a dashing Spanish chef who might be the missing ingredient in her life. Riley Dandy and Isaac Gonzalez Rossi headline the film as Sofia and her chef, Matias, while Craig appears as Sofia’s cheating ex-boyfriend, Richard, who is determined to win her back. “Come see me be [a jerk] yet again!” Craig joked in another Instagram post promoting the film.

Believe it or not, there’s even a GH connection to Craig’s new project: That’s Amor’s director is Shaun Piccinino, who worked with Josh Swickard (Chase) and his wife Lauren on their two California Christmas films for Netflix! “So proud of our latest Netflix Original, That’s Amor, and can’t wait for everyone to see this sweet, funny, heartwarming story,” the director shared. “The cast and crew on this one are truly spectacular.”

There’s even more good news for fans of Craig: his Freeform series, GOOD TROUBLE, was just renewed by the network for a fifth season. Craig joined the ensemble cast as investigative journalist Joaquin last year. “Sweet,” he wrote on Instagram, along with a champagne bottle emoji. “Season 5 here we come.”

You can watch the adorable trailer for That’s Amor in Craig’s post above, and then be sure to check out the movie when it debuts on Netflix later this month!

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