Will Devry and Ryan Paevey From General Hospital
Will Devry and Ryan Paevey From General Hospital
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About Will Devry and Ryan Paevey From General Hospital
An afternoon with Will DeVry & Ryan Paevey from "General Hospital" This show will feature Small Talk about "General Hospital" and Question and Answer session. 2:00pm-3:30pm Ryan started modeling in high school and has, with a few breaks, been shooting ever since. In 2012, he appeared in Christina Aguilera's "Your Body" music video, which shows Aguilera taking control against a male dominated society.Ryan debuted on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital (1963), on January 2, 2014. He is also a correspondent on EXTRA- Will Devry-deVry appeared in a number of Canadian television series of the 1990s, including recurring roles on Earth: Final Conflict, as Joshua Doors, and on Stargate SG-1, as Aldwin.[3] In 2002, he began his career on American daytime soap operas. His first soap role was on ABC's Port Charles in 2002. He later joined the cast of All My Children, as Michael Cambias, and in 2004 was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.[4] From 2006 to 2008, he starred on The Bold and the Beautiful as Storm Logan.deVry starred in the Canadian comedy series InSecurity in 2011. He had a recurring roles on CW's Nikita and Beauty and the Beast, Netflix's Hemlock Grove, and guest-starred on Castle and NCIS.In 2013, deVry joined the ABC soap opera General Hospital.[5] Using the alias Derek Wells, deVry is introduced as a media mogul and new boss to Kelly Sullivan's Connie Falconeri. It's later revealed that Derek is in fact mob boss Julian Jerome. deVry has been involved in a central storyline since his debut and is soon well connected to other characters with the reveal that Julian is the father of Sam Morgan (Kelly Monaco), one-time lover of Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn) and brother of Ava Jerome (Maura West). deVry signed a four-year contract with the show and made his on-screen debut on 30 July.