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Brenda Barrett


Brenda Veronica Barrett (formerly Jacks, Morgan, and Corinthos) is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera, General Hospital. The role was originated by Vanessa Marcil on September 18, 1992. After a six-year run with the show, the character of Brenda was believed to have died after her mentally ill mother drove their car off a cliff. After a four year absence, Marcil reprised her role for a few short months. Marcil was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Brenda in 1997 and 1998, and she won in that category in 2003.

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David Langton (General Hospital) - B
... Alec Barrett (Quinn Friedman, 2011) Biological son of Brenda Corinthos and the late Aleksander Janacek ... Grandson of Harlan Barrett, Veronica Wilding, Theo Hoffman, and Suzanne Stanwyck ... Nephew of Julia Barrett ...
Cheryl Stansbury - B
... Alec Barrett (Quinn Friedman, 2011) Biological son of Brenda Corinthos and the late Aleksander Janacek ... Grandson of Harlan Barrett, Veronica Wilding, Theo Hoffman, and Suzanne Stanwyck ... Nephew of Julia Barrett ...
Lily Rivera Corinthos - Jagger Cates - 1990s
... Teenager Brenda Barrett turned up on her big sister Julia's doorstep ... Julia persuaded Brenda to move in with her and enroll in Port Charles High ... Brenda was instantly attracted to him ...
Brenda Barrett - Storylines - Night Shift Mystery
... surrounds a woman visiting from Europe – Brenda lives in Italy ... The unknown woman leaves, revealing a tattoo similar to the one Brenda has on her lower back ... Although the name "Barrett" was shown, the woman is never explicitly stated to be Brenda ...
Trent Parker - B
... Alec Barrett (Quinn Friedman, 2011) Biological son of Brenda Corinthos and the late Aleksander Janacek ... Grandson of Harlan Barrett, Veronica Wilding, Theo Hoffman, and Suzanne Stanwyck ... Nephew of Julia Barrett ...

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