Steve Burton & James Franco
Jack Stephen Steve Burton (born June 28, 1970) is an American actor who played Jason Morgan on General Hospital from 1991 to 2000 and subsequently since 2002. He also voiced the character of Cloud Strife in a wide range of Square Enix products, including Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children and the Kingdom Hearts series. James Edward Franco (born April 19, 1978) is an American actor, writer, artist, and filmmaker. /5
God you are so lucky to get to work with all those hunky men!! Maurice Benard, Roger Howarth, Steve Burton, James Franco.. ..
I think that Cartini are seriously trolling James Franco and Steve Burton.
The big announcement that fans were expecting came this afternoon on CBS’s hit daytime talk show, The Talk, when General Hospital favorite Steve Burton confirmed that he will indeed be playing Avery’s Ex, war hero, Dylan McAvoy on The Young and the Restless! During the conversation with the ladies of the The Talk, Burton revealed that the deal to come to CBS Daytime was hard to pass up once it was arranged that Steve could back and forth to be with his family now relocated in Nashville, Tennessee, something Burton did when he departed his role as Jason Morgan on General Hospital. In addition, Steve mentioned that he, Y&R executive producer, Jill Farren Phelps, and film star and frequent soap star guest, James Franco are working on a telenovela and are in talks with Sony Television. Of course, Sony owns The Young and the Restless! When discussing his new character of Dylan, Burton revealed Dylan is an war veteran who did two tours of the Middle East. By trade he is an architect and he has to take ove . ...
Daytime TV vet Steve Burton, fresh off his run as General Hospital mobster Jason Morgan, next will surface on CBS’ The Young and the Restless. RELATED | Will All My Children and One Life to Live Return from the Dead? [...]
"Glower" seen here: "[James Franco's] beefy hunk of a co-star, General Hospital‘s Steve Burton, will glower next to him on the red carpet."
James Franco and Steve Burton will be collaborating on a teledrama! Sounds juicy! :
General Hospital's Steve Burton is leaving to join James Franco's new telenovela.
Ahhh! Steve Burton is leaving General Hospital! But he will be working with James Franco now.
Say goodbye to Stone Cold. It’s been rumored for a while, but now Steve Burton has confirmed he is leaving “General Hospital” as Jason Morgan. In an interview with TV Guide Magazine, Burton said his last tape date will be September 25 (subject to change due to storyline) and that he will air through October, November the latest. His exit is the actor’s decision as he is moving his family to Tennessee. While Burton declared he would never “close the door to ‘GH,’” he would also like to explore other avenues as an actor and producer. One of those avenues is a project with former “General Hospital” executive producer Jill Farren Phelps and James Franco, who played Stone Cold’s tormentor Franco. Though he couldn’t talk too much about the project, it involves a telenovela the three are collaborating on. What do you think about Burton leaving the show? Vote in the poll and share your thoughts below.
How said I just heard that Steve Burton (Jason Morgan) from GH quit after 21 years. He is 42 now. He is going to be working with James Franco. I will miss him but wish him the best.
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