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‘General Hospital’ star Billy Miller, Soap alum Brynn Thayer to guest star on ‘Suits’

SUITS -- Episode 612 -- Pictured: (l-r) -- (Photo by: Pana Pantazidis/USA Network)

General Hospital star Billy Miller (Jason) and former One Life to Live star Brynn Thayer (ex-Jenny) will guest star in USA Network’s Suits, airing February 1.

Brynn Thayer (Matlock, The Fosters, Ray Donovan) will debut as Lily Specter, the estranged mother of hotshot lawyer Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), with Billy Miller reprising his role as Harvey’s younger brother Marcus Specter.

Billy Miller previously guest starred in the Season 4 finale in 2015. The popular soap star is a three-time Daytime Emmy winner, earned during his starring role on CBS’ The Young and the Restless. Other credits include All My Children, Ringer, Castle and Major Crimes.

Miller guest starred in the Season 4 finale in 2015.

A promo from the upcoming episode is below.

Suits returned January 25 for the back-half of Season 6, picking up immediately after the midseason cliffhanger that left Pearson Specter Litt in the hands of senior partners Harvey Specter and Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman). The pair is forced to put aside their professional ambitions and personal animosities in an effort to come together to keep their struggling firm afloat after the departure of Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres). Now more than ever, they will rely on the wit and intuition of Donna Paulsen (Sarah Rafferty) and Rachel Zane (Meghan Markle), their most trusted advisors, to keep them on track. Finally reunited with fiancée Rachel, Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) re-adjusts to life outside of prison and navigates the reality that he is no longer a lawyer. Meanwhile, love is in the air following Louis’ proposal to his pregnant girlfriend, Tara (Carly Pope).

New episodes of Suits airs Wednesdays at 10 PM.

Ryan White-Nobles
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