General Hospital's William deVry returns to TV in NCIS: Los Angeles

Posted Monday, February 28, 2022 11:06:40 AM

Find out when you can catch General Hospital star William deVry (ex-Julian Jerome) in a "very good episode" of NCIS: Los Angeles.

Fans who've been missing William deVry in the shoes of General Hospital's Julian Jerome -- and let's be real, that includes pretty much everyone -- will be happy to hear that the actor is back in action. He took to Twitter to share that he has booked an episode of NCIS: Los Angeles.

"Well, lookie here," deVry tweeted along with an official NCIS: Los Angeles press release that includes the details from the "very good episode" he'll be appearing in, scheduled to air on Sunday, March 20.

The Canadian-born actor will guest-star as Navy Captain Lombardo in the episode titled "Murmation," which will follow the NCIS team as they investigate an unidentified flying object that crashes while in US airspace.

"I read the script once, then read it four more times" deVry teases, adding that writer Samatha Chasse "researched the hell out of it and wrote a great script" while "James Hanlon was a master director and great actors' director."

William deVry took on the role of GH's Julian Jerome in 2013 and played the character until late 2020, when the writers decided to take the semi-reformed mobster off the canvas. Unfortunately for Julian fans, as deVry's exit neared, the actor gave the crushing news that he has no plans to return to GH in the future. "If I go. No return," he tweeted. "That's a promise."

In addition to GH, some of deVry's credits include Cedar Cove, Hemlock Grove, Beauty and the Beast, Nikita, Stargate SG-1, The Outer Limits, and the original NCIS. He also played the roles of Tim Dolan on Port Charles in 2002, Michael Cambias on All My Children from 2003 to 2004, and Storm Logan on The Bold and the Beautiful from 2006 to 2008, and again in 2012.

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