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Cameron Mathison Signs A New Deal With Great American Family

Cameron Mathison fans will want to check out Great American Family.

Cameron Mathison, who plays Drew on General Hospital, will take on new roles in the upcoming months. The actor has signed a deal with Great American Family to star in a series of movies and shows.

Cameron Mathison: The New Deal

Deadline broke the news that the GH and ex-All My Children star will appear in programs across Great American Media’s portfolio of platforms, including Great American Faith & Living and Great American Family, as well as its streaming service Great American Pure Flix.

Triple Threat

The fan favorite has already appeared in GAC films A Merry Christmas Wish and A Kindhearted Christmas. Mathison added hosting credits to his impressive resume after being an on-air correspondent at Hallmark’s Home & Family, Good Morning America, and Entertainment Tonight. He competed in Season 5 of Dancing With the Stars, narrowly missing the semi-finals.

“Cameron Mathison is one of entertainment’s most prolific and cherished stars and has a resume that is respected across the industry,” Bill Abbott, President & CEO, Great American Media, said. “Having collaborated with Cameron on many past projects, I am thrilled to welcome him home to Great American Media and look forward to working with him on content that our viewers will love for years to come.”


Cameron Mathison: Beautiful Stories

“It is very important to me to create well-crafted, beautiful stories,” added Mathison. “I am grateful to be back at Great American Media and to collaborate with some of the best creative teams in entertainment to make heartwarming content everyone can enjoy.”

Mathison debuted on ABC Daytime as AMC’s Ryan 25 years ago. He remained with the show until its finale in 2010. Mathison’s other credits include appearing on Hope & Faith, the film 54, and the Hallmark mysteries as the character Mike alongside Days of our Lives star Allison Sweeney (ex-Sami) in Murder, She Baked: A Chocolate Chip Cookie Mystery.


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