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Born onscreen in 1989, the character was played by several child actors, most notably by Justin Cooper from 1996 to 1998 and Logan O'Brien from 1998 to 2002. As an infant, Lucas is at the center of a bitter custody battle between former friends, Bobbie and Tiffany Hill, Cheryl's sister. (né Stansbury; formerly Spencer) is a fictional character from the original ABC Daytime soap opera, General Hospital. Carnes left the role in 2005, and was replaced by Ben Hogestyn. In late 2013, it was announced that Carnes would reprise the role in the new year. Tony Jones and his ex-wife, Bobbie Spencer, the biological son of crime lord Julian Jerome, and Cheryl Stansbury.Bonifant made is final appearance on December 18, and was quickly replaced by C. Ryan Carnes first auditioned for the role in May 2004.Carnes auditioned for a third time on June 2, 2004 and filmed his first scenes on June 16.In December 2013, executive producer, Frank Valentini confirmed to Soaps In Depth that Ryan Carnes would reprise the role of Lucas.Following the announcement, Carnes updated his Twitter with the simple message: "Ah, Port Charles, it is!The Gravino siblings had previously appeared on The Young and the Restless as Phillip Chancellor IV. Justin Cooper took over the role from 1996 to 1998. Thomason made his final appearance on June 11, 2003.

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In 2013, Lucas becomes a subject of conversation again when it is revealed that Julian is actually alive, and he is contacted by his new found sister Sam for a DNA test.According to TV Guide, Carnes was allegedly fearful of being typecast in gay roles, due to his previous work on television series, Desperate Housewives and the film Eating Out.A representative for the actor claimed Carnes had already planned to leave the series due several upcoming gigs, but chose to vacate the role earlier before the series delved into Lucas's storyline instead of having the role recast in the middle of the story.In October 2013, Soap reported the role had been cast and the new hire was a "hot commodity." The casting call, which lasted for several months was reportedly cancelled in mid November 2013.

Starting on December 4, 2013, through Twitter, Ryan Carnes began referencing various locations with the word "Port" in the names.

The role briefly played by Nicholas Moody in 1989 upon the character's onscreen birth.