Jeff Webber and Carolyn Webber opened the floodgates on their daughter, Elizabeth, on General Hospital by revealing the real truth. Liz faced her parents while seeking the truth behind her connection with Finn’s dead wife, Reiko.
Initially, Jeff tried to take the blame on himself, but, her mother decided that it was time for Liz to face the truth. The sky came crashing down when Carolyn Webber revealed that it was actually Liz who pushed Reiko down the stairs. Thus, starting the domino effect that eventually took her life.
According to news reports, Carolyn finally told Elizabeth the whole truth at the conclusion of her storyline on General Hospital. On the renowned ABC daily soap, Jeff Webber reportedly still has a role to play.
A substantial one at that! Veteran actor William Moses (Jeff Webber) recently spoke with Soap Opera Digest about the major storyline that is about to develop and in which he plays a significant role. On the side, he revealed a ton of interesting details about his long-standing relationship with the soap opera, which dates back to the 1980s.
William Moses’ Long Association with General Hospital
William revealed that Rick Moses, another member of the General Hospital cast, was also a cast member. In the 1980s, he portrayed the hitman Hutch. He was given the task of trying to save Laura and Luke. He shared another interesting tidbit, saying that actor Genie Francis’ mother, father, and acting agent were all related.
The amazing performer acknowledged that he even collaborated with Richard Dean Anderson, a former Jeff Webber actor, on The Battle of Network Stars in 1983. So I was in my early 20s when I met Richard. With the tug of battle, I believe we truly prevailed that year! He reflected.
Although William is a seasoned actor with numerous credits to his name, General Hospital marked his debut on contemporary daytime television.
William expresses his gratitude for having worked with renowned soap actress Rebecca Herbst during this “bath of fire.” His on-screen daughter Liz is portrayed by Rebecca. He laughed as he recalled his first day, which included 40 pages of dialogues, adding, “Your head is kind of mush and you’re sort of mush.” Rebecca is a great, talented, and amiable lady, he said.
The General Hospital actor shared that before stepping in he did a crash course on the Webber family. He loves the depth and emotional rage an actor gets to explore when they perform various characters. William did not reveal much of his future track.
However, talking about Jeff, he said that there are a lot of nice and strong portrayals coming up for him to play out. We wonder if Jeff is going to mend his shattered relationship with his daughter, Liz. Do you think it is possible for them to make peace with each other? Stay tuned to ABC over weekdays to find out what Jeff does next on General Hospital.