Garren Stitt opens up about his cancer storyline, his General Hospital exit and more. Read more here--->>.
It's been months since Garren Stitt exited General Hospital when his alter ego, Oscar Nero took his last breath. Stitt joined the cast back in 2017, his character was unfortunately killed off in June 2019. Stitt who is now working on music spoke with Star Kidz in their countdown to Christmas about his exit from the ABC daytime soap opera. In regards to his last days on set, he noted, "The last few days of set were a mix of emotions. I was happy to move on to different projects but was also sad that I was leaving Tamara, Billy, Maurice, and a lot of those talented actors who I had created such a bond with. The producer Frank had gotten cakes for everyone and I gave a little thank you speech on set to the cast and crew. And as far as there being a challenge, there wasn’t really one, I had a lot of fun shooting those scenes, it pushed me as an actor."
Stitt was given a very emotional cancer storyline. In preparation for this major story he shared, "I did a lot of preparation by studying the terminal illness Oscar was diagnosed with. As far as my technique in how I act and prepare for scenes, I don’t really like to over study, I memorize my lines and act in the moment as if I were really going through what my character was."
While the news on the acting front is minimal, viewers can expect some amazing new music from Stitt in 2020.