Matt Cohen’s Last Episode of ‘General Hospital’ Airs Today + Our Favorite Griffin Moments

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Matt Cohen first began his journey on General Hospital back on February 5, 2016, as Dr. Griffin Munro, the new neurosurgeon on staff. We’ve learned that Matt’s last episode of General Hospital will officially air March 22. The show airs on ABC.

Since Matt first came on the show as Griffin, audiences discovered Griffin’s ties to Port Charles ran deeper than just being acquainted with Doctor Lucas Jones. He was also revealed to be Duke Lavery’s son – news that bonded him with many familiar faces in town. Over the past three years, we’ve watched him evolve from a priest-turned-doctor with a shady past to a man with a broken heart, but many new friends to help hold it together.

Below are some of the times Griffin broke all of our hearts, and really show Matt’s range of acting abilities.

He comforted Charlotte, a little girl he believed to be his daughter, after her mother abandoned her. The joy of fatherhood was short lived, however, after he found out it was all a lie.

 He defended those he loved.

 After his girlfriend, Kiki Jerome, was murdered in cold blood, Griffin was framed for the crime. Griffin, however, defended himself and painfully declared his love – in the present tense – for his now deceased girlfriend in a powerful scene that left us feeling like our hearts had been ripped out of our chests.

Even when speechless, Griffin broke our hearts.

BONUS: In a much lighter moment, Dr. Munro broke out some signature dance moves all in the name of raising money for a worthy cause at the annual Nurses Ball.

You can catch Matt Cohen’s short Mama Bear showing at film festivals in California (this one’s coming up March 24!), Iowa and Pennsylvania (with more presumably to come!). See the details here.

Matt also regularly appears at Creation Entertainment’s Supernatural conventions, and you can see details about those here.


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