Porter Fasullo Says Goodbye to GENERAL HOSPITAL

The role of Danny Morgan was recast back in the Nov. 24 episode but a month later, the previous portrayer, Porter Fasullo, said a heartfelt goodbye to GENERAL HOSPITAL. He shared his message along with a series of photos of himself posing in front of the GH stage door by himself and with some of his castmates.

“I had such a great time being Danny Morgan on GH,” he wrote. “I learned a ton and grew up a little bit, too! Thanks so much to [executive producer] Frank Valentini and [casting director] Mark Teschner for the opportunity. To those I got the chance to work with at GH, it was an honor.”

After a series of twins who played Sam and Jason’s son as an infant and toddler, TK Weaver was the first young actor to portray Danny solo, starting in May 2016. Fasullo stepped into the role in May 2019 and was last seen in April 2021 when Danny visited his father in the hospital. As of November 2021, the character has been played by Zakary Risinger.

As you can see in the above photographs Fasullo shared, he has grown quite a bit in his two years in the role. By the time you scroll to the last photo in the gallery, he’s tall enough to have reached the GH stage sign on the wall!

Recently, Fasullo could be seen in an episode of the Apple TV series THE MORNING SHOW, and the young actor could be heard in the audio drama series THE BURNED PHOTO and voicing characters for the animated series SUPER WINGS!, streaming on Amazon Prime. We have no doubt that this talented performer will continue to find success in show business, so keep checking back here at and we’ll update you on where you can see him next!

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