How does Bradford Anderson feel about his role on General Hospital? The young actor was recently asked that question by Soap Opera Weekly.
Soap Opera Weekly: Are you worried that General Hospital has added yet another younger character (Jason Cook's Dr. Matt Hunter)?
Anderson: At first, when more young guys came on the show, I used to be like, "Oh, great, more young guys." But then I realized that I’m very lucky because my duty on the show is not to be eye candy. As long as they don’t bring in any more floppy-haired guys who fall all over the place, I'll still have my spot (laughs).
So it's never threatening to me when other people come on the show. I'm excited just to have another great person walking around the stage.
Weekly: What's next for Spinelli?
Anderson: I think it's figuring out how to attract the opposite sex without giving up who he is, what it is about him that's already preexisting. How can he show his good qualities to the opposite sex and get them to recognize that about him, without covering it so much with all this stuff about trying to be "manly"? To be comfortable with himself [when he's] with the other sex, and not feel that he has to be more than what he is. But that may be a lifelong struggle!