Lily Rivera Corinthos - Serena Baldwin

Serena Baldwin
General Hospital character
Portrayed by Carly Schroeder
Duration 1993, 1997–2003
First appearance December 7, 1993
Last appearance October 3, 2003
Created by Claire Labine
Introduced by Wendy Riche
Spin-off appearances Port Charles
Classification Former, regular
Profile
Occupation Student
Residence Paris, France
Family
Parents Scott Baldwin
Dominique Stanton
Adoptive parents Lucy Coe (surrogate)
Stepparents Kevin Collins
Siblings Karen Wexler
Logan Hayes
Christina Baldwin (adoptive)
Grandparents David Bordisso
Meg Bentley
Lee Baldwin (adoptive)
Gail Adamson Baldwin (adoptive)
Avery Stanton
Margaret Stanton
Aunts and uncles Katherine Bell
Danielle Ashley

Serena Lee Baldwin is a fictional character (born onscreen on December 7, 1993) from the ABC soap opera General Hospital, and its now-defunct spin-off Port Charles. She was portrayed by Carly Schroeder. Serena's wealthy mother, Dominique Stanton Baldwin, was dying and wanted to leave a child for her husband Scott Baldwin. As a consequence, Serena was born via a surrogate mother, Lucy Coe.

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