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GH Alum TK Weaver Recovering After Surgery


Please join us in wishing a very speedy recovery to GENERAL HOSPITAL child star TK Weaver (ex-Danny), who recently got out of the Children’s Hospital of Orange County. “He hurt himself being a kid,” his parents shared on his Instagram account on Jan 10. “Bike accident. He doesn’t want us to post any pictures of his injured face but he asked that we post this recent picture before the accident and ask for healing prayers.

“He has been through a lot,” they continued. “He had surgery and got some stitches. He has been really tough. He has appointments set up Monday with a dentist and follow-up Tuesday with a surgeon. He’ll be okay but it might take quite a while to heal. Please send good thoughts and prayers. He said he needs them and really appreciates it. Thank you so much.”

TK Weaver

Weaver was the first young actor to take over the role of Sam and Jason’s son after a series of twins who played Danny as an infant and toddler, winning a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Series — Recurring Young Actor. He debuted in May 2016, but three years later, GH recast the role with Porter Fasullo, who continues to play the character at this time.

Back in November 2020, Weaver shared some updates that he was doing some voiceover work for an anime series and thanked his agent for keeping him working even during the COVID-19 pandemic. He was also keeping active outside of work. “I’m learning how to ski and golf because of COVID and quarantine,” he shared around Thanksgiving. “I’m trying some sports that are allowed in CA.”

We’ll be sure to keep you updated on Weaver’s recovery as his parents share more news and hopefully, the talented young man will be back skiing, golfing, and acting again! Get well soon!

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