Fan fave and former “General Hospital” (GH) star Brandon Barash (ex-Johnny Zacchara) took to social media to commemorate an important milestone in his daughter’s life.
They’re Going to Disneyland!
The handsome actor posted a picture of ex-wife Kirsten Storms (Maxie, “GH”), daughter Harper Rose, and himself positively beaming as they celebrated Harper’s third birthday at Disneyland.
Barash said celebrating his wee one’s birthday at the amusement park has become a family tradition.
Scroll down to see the pic and other recent ones of Barash and Harper. They all make clear this father’s deep love for and devotion to his daughter.
A Happy, Non-Traditional Family
Barash and Storms met on the set of GH, and though their characters were never romantically involved, the two actors hit it off. They married in August 2013. They welcomed their daughter a year later. Last spring the two announced their amicable divorce and intention to co-parent.
The Mobster With a Heart of Gold
Johnny Zacchara was a Port Charles underworld staple for six years total–and hopefully more to come. He struggled with his default inheritance of heading the Zacchara crime family, being a good guy deep down. The death of his sister, Claudia Zacchara (Sarah Joy Brown) traumatized him, and he eventually killed his cruel father, Anthony (Bruce Weitz). Last we saw him he came to town to woo erstwhile love Lulu Spencer back into a relationship and ended up being carted off to Pentonville covering for her.
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In 2015 he played Thomas Calabro (Michael Mancini, “Melrose Place) in the TV movie, “The Unauthorized Melrose Place Story.” He has numerous other high profile television credits under his belt, including a recurring role on the cult classic, “Gilmore Girls.”
Barash is also in a band, Port Chuck, with four of his ex-GH co-stars.
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