Jessica Tuck has ended her most recent stint on “General Hospital” as Cassandra Pierce. Tuck reprised her role during the week of November 4. This time, her stay was brief. She wrapped up her gig on the sudser when her alter ego met her maker this week. Viewers may no longer see her on the show, but they can look forward to her upcoming projects like “Little Fires Everywhere,” which is set to premiere in 2020.
GH Spoilers: Jessica Tuck Has Ended Her Recent Stint On General Hospital
Viewers may recall that she planned to take Charlotte Cassadine (Scarlett Fernandez) as her hostage. She then used her to force Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) to do her bidding. She won’t let the kid go until she’s made her escape. Unfortunately, things didn’t go according to her plan since Charlotte managed to escape.
Cassandra is on the boat Valentin provided. She thought she’s on her way to freedom. The problem is that Valentin planted a bomb on the boat and Cassandra dies in the explosion.
General Hospital Spoilers: Jessica Tuck’s Career
Tuck’s first TV role was as Megan Gordon Harrison on ABC’s “One Life to Live.” She played the character for four years, from 1988 to 1992. She made a sporadic appearance in spirit form in 1993, 1999, 2004, and 2012.
In 1990, her excellent performance on the show was recognized. She got nominated for a Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Female Newcomer. In 1992, she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. Unfortunately, she lost to her on-screen mother Erika Slezak.
Tuck left daytime television and played the role of Nicole Brown Simpson in “The O.J. Simpson Story” back in 1995. She also had a leading role in the Olsen twins’ “Billboard Dad” in 1998.
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She was cast in the CBS drama series “Judging Amy” as Gillian Gray from 1999 to 2005. She then appeared on different films like “Secretary” in 2002, “Super 8” in 2011, “High School Musical 2,” “High School Musical 3” and “Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure.” She also got cast on the HBO series “True Blood.”
Throughout her career, she has made over 50 guest appearances on various TV shows including “Murder,” “She Wrote,” “Seinfeld,” “NYPD Blue,” “The Nanny,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Boston Legal,” “Castle,” “Private Practice,” “Revenge,” “Drop Dead Diva,” and “Scandal.”
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