GH's Carolyn Hennesy lands high-power role on Suits
Posted Thursday, June 14, 2018 5:36:02 AM
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Carolyn Hennesy on the Red Carpet at the Daytime Emmys
Get ready to see General Hospital star Carolyn Hennesy (Diane Miller) do the Greenback Boogie: she has landed a guest-starring role on Suits.

General Hospital's Carolyn Hennesy (Diane Miller) is heading to USA's legal drama Suits, and her role sounds just as entertaining as her Port Charles alter ego.

Variety reports the actress is set to play the role of Josie Gray, the CEO of a successful New York fashion house who becomes entangled in a legal battle with an up-and-coming independent designer. Meow!

Created and written by Aaron Korsh, Suits takes place at a fictional law firm in New York City and follows college dropout Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), who was hired to work as a law associate for Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht). No word yet on when Hennesy is set to make her appearance, but the show is set to debut its eighth season on July 18.

Savvy soap fans may recall that Hennesy isn't the only GH actor to appear on Suits. The series used to star former GH day player and current Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle (ex-Nurse Jill). In addition, Billy Miller (Drew Cain) appeared as Harvey's brother Marcus, and Stephen Macht (ex-Trevor Lansing) played professor Gerard. (Interesting side note: Stephen Macht is the real-life father of Suits star Gabriel Macht.)

Hennesy has an impressive roster of roles outside of daytime, including appearances on shows like HBO's True Blood, ABC's Cougar Town, and the recent Netflix revival of Gilmore Girls. She has starred on GH since 2007.

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