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Brad Rowe to join ‘General Hospital’ as a famous movie star

By Greg Hernandez

HollywoodNews.com: We first fell in love with Brad Rowe when he starred opposite Sean Hayes in “Billy’s Hollywood Screen Kiss” then again a few years ago when he starred in one of the better gay love stories ever done: Shelter.

On August 13, Brad checks into the ABC soap “General Hospital” the role of Murphy Sinclair, an internationally famous movie star who is involved with supermodel Brenda (Vanessa Marcil Giovinazzo).

In his younger years, Brad was sometimes confused with a real international movie star named Brad whose last name is Pitt!

“It’s definitely been something that’s referenced a lot,” Brad told me back in 2008 while promoting “Shelter.” “I wouldn’t venture to guess whether it’s hurt or hindered me. It’s been something people have latched onto but I think it’s waned as I’ve gotten a little older. Physically, I have changed and he has changed. But anytime people have a little hook to think about, it can never be a bad thing.”

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