Lee Baldwin

Lee Baldwin is a fictional character on the daytime dramas General Hospital and Port Charles.

Ross Elliott originated the role on General Hospital in 1963. Peter Hansen inherited the role in 1965 and played it until 1986 and again from 1992 to 2004. Lee Baldwin is the adoptive father of Scott Baldwin.

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... A recovering alcoholic, Lee is a pillar in the community and has a thriving law practice ... Scott has sometimes been a disappointment to Lee over the years but these days, Lee couldn't be more proud of Scott and the way he turned his life around ... Jessie Brewer began to go out on tentative dates with her lawyer, Lee Baldwin ...
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