Josh Swickard has been portraying General Hospital‘s Harrison Chase for a couple of years now. In a recent interview, the actor chatted about his time on the show so far and even introduced a theory as to why the detective hasn’t went in on Sonny Corinthos but.
Josh Swickard as Harrison Chase
Swickard joined the present in 2018, debuting as the brand new character of Harrison Chase. The character was written on the canvas as a detective employed by Jordan Ashford to switch the late Nathan West on the Port Charles Police Department. He grew to become Dante Falconeri’s associate. Soon after his debut, it’s unveiled that he’s the youthful half-brother of Hamilton Finn.
It was revealed that Chase had been in a previous relationship with Nelle Benson and he labored with Michael Corinthos to catch her admitting to crimes. Michael and Nelle ended up getting in a wreck when she was pregnant together with his youngster.
She ended up switching the newborn, Jonah Corinthos, with the deceased Wiley Cooper-Jones, the adopted son of Brad Cooper and Lucas Jones and the organic youngster of Willow Tait and Hank Archer. Because Nelle was within the automotive as part of the plan to catch her, Chase blames himself for Jonah’s supposed demise, although Jonah is alive the entire time as Wiley. Chase later will get romantically concerned with Willow.
Swickard talks concerning the character and why Sonny could also be his match
In an interview with Soaps in Depth, Swickard discussed the character of Chase, working with sure actors on the present, and rather more.
Discussing the character’s improvement on the present, Swickard stated, “After two years, he has his feet planted. He’s in a solid relationship that works, developed a relationship with his brother, Finn, and has friends. It gives him a sense of confidence.”
When speaking about why Sonny and Chase actually haven’t gone “head-to-head,” Swickard has a concept of his personal about why this hasn’t occurred but.
“[It’s] because they know Sonny would lose to Chase, and they don’t really want that to happen,” the actor joked. “No, that would be great! I’d love to see that. If Chase could join the Mob for a day or two, that would be a dream. And I think there is that potential for them to work together. But at the end of the day, Chase is a cop and the law is the law.”
General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC.