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Lindsey Morgan
Lindsey Morgan confirms her time on GH has ended
Posted Tuesday, March 26, 2013 5:12:52 PM
Lindsey Morgan will be exiting the role of Kristina Davis on General Hospital. Morgan joined the ABC soap in May 2012. A final airdate has yet to be announced.
General Hospital's Lindsey Morgan (Kristina Davis) announced today on her Facebook page that her time in Port Charles has come to an end. The announcement ends weeks of speculation about the actress' status with the ABC soap.


"It is with a heavy heart I have to announce that my time at Port Charles has come to an end. I’m not sure where Kristina is headed next but it was a beyond amazing opportunity to portray her... be part of the Davis Girls... have the Corinthos’ passion and temper run though my veins and to witness history being made on this momentous show," Morgan stated.


Morgan joined the cast of General Hospital in May 2012. Her addition to the show came less than a year after the high-profile firing of Lexi Ainsworth from the role.


Though her time on General Hospital may not have been as long as she'd have liked, Morgan is quick to note that her year on the show provided her with immeasurable memories.


"I learned so much and am so grateful for the friendships I’ve made and experiences I’ve had. GH will always have a special place in my heart and I cannot thank y’all enough for tuning in loyally to watch me live my dream," Morgan added. "But more importantly, THANK Y’ALL for your endless love, letters, support, encouragement, kind words, even the little hello’s or a sweet smiley face…that love kept me going when I had difficulty navigating through Kristina’s and my own journey this past year. Whenever I felt lost, I never truly felt alone and for that, I am eternally gratefully."


Morgan's final airdate has not yet been announced.


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