Michael Corinthos

Michael Corinthos

Michael Corinthos III is a fictional character from the original ABC Daytime soap opera, General Hospital. Born onscreen on December 29, 1997, the role was previously portrayed by several child actors, most significantly, Dylan Cash when the character is rapidly aged. In 2009, the character is aged once again to age 17, re-establishing his birth year as 1991 with Drew Garrett stepping into the role. Garrett was replaced by Chad Duell after only a year with the series.

Michael is the son of A.J. Quartermaine and Carly Corinthos; the adoptive son of mob boss, Sonny Corinthos and nephew of mob enforcer, Jason Morgan. Michael is related to several of Port Charles's most prominent families including the Quartermaine, the Spencer and Corinthos families. The character's most significant storylines include waking up from a coma in 2009, the murder of his stepmother Claudia Zacchara and being sent to prison, where he was raped. Michael's first romance was with former exotic dancer Abby Haver; he is dating Starr Manning.

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