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General hospital characters you hate to know in real life

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Cesar Faison (Anders Hove) made his debut on the Port Charles scene in the 1990s as an agent for the evil spy agency, the DVX. As detailed by Deep soap, viewers soon learn that he has an obsession with heroine Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) and is responsible for the character. presumed dead. Cesar is said to have been dead for years but eventually returns to “General Hospital” with a fake mask that makes him look like Anna’s lost love, Duke Lavery (Ian Buchanan). After torturing Anna repeatedly for the next few years, the fearsome villain who would kill anyone who stood in his way, finally died of Huntington’s disease in 2018, but not before firing a single shot. fatal gun kills his son, Nathan (Ryan Paevey).

Then there is Cesar’s other son, Peter August, a character who is extremely hated by the “General Hospital” fandom. The soap made the mistake of introducing the character as the long-lost child of Cesar Faison and Anna Devane, when Anna’s character never slept with Cesar and gave birth to his child (via Deep soap). “GH” eventually changed that story and turned Peter’s mother Anna, identical twin, Alex.

By then, the character had gone too far and had been turned into more of a cartoon villain than a compelling villain, who gave up death time and time again regardless of him. How many times have you been shot, stabbed, poisoned or forced to jump off a cliff? (through the Soaps.com).

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Bobby Allyn

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