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MICHAEL: Here is what I thought: I thought Lucas was a doctor! Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) who was going to become the Chief of Staff at General Hospital when there was the mystery of who was going to get the appointment. RYAN: Every role I have ever done, I have been challenged in some way. I got to go do the MICHAEL: You have always been this sexy, good looking guy. RYAN: I think over the years I hope I have gotten more graceful with it.

Is it easy for you to take compliments on your looks, and when people tell you, “Ryan, you’re hot? I hope I have learned to handle it with more grace, and just humility and appreciation.

RYAN: I think Julian is making an attempt, albeit feeble, to get to know his son, and so he is questioning Lucas about certain aspects of his life.

I find Lucas to be very comfortable with his sexuality.

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My hope is that whatever happens with it, and not to hit people over the head with it or anything, but to show that this is a human being with human experiences.

I don’t know if Julian will be able to find a place in his heart to accept his son the way he is, or what they are going to do with that.

Either way, it’s definitely important to the storyline because so many young people, young adults, middle-aged adults, people of all ages, deal with issues of acceptance, whether it’s about sexuality or something else, and being accepted by family members, friends, their peers, or society.

chatted with Ryan to get this thoughts on: reprising his role of Lucas almost a decade later, what could lie ahead in Lucas’ romantic life if Brad (Parry Shen) and Felix (Marc Anthony Samuel) are involved in it, and the opportunity he has to be able to hopefully change some people’s perception of someone from the LGBT community through his role on GH. One thing is for certain, Ryan Carnes is set to become another very popular cast addition to the ABC soap opera, and is more than up for the challenge through the important role of Lucas on the Port Charles canvas. I was shocked and I went, “Wow, this is cool.” It was definitely a big surprise. I’ll take your word for it.” And of course, there was no guarantee that they wanted me to play the role.

Plus, Ryan previews this week’s key scenes where Julian finally learns that the son that he never knew is gay! I had no direct knowledge that the character was coming back. Then casting emailed my agent and asked if I was interested, and then we were all very excited. I think GH executive producer Frank Valentini had watched a reel of some of my past work.

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