A familiar face is set to leave “General Hospital” someone who has been on the show for the last three years.

Marcus Coloma will no longer be returning and the last airdate of the 44-year-old actor will reportedly be at the end of January, Soap Opera Digest reported.

However, it was allegedly Daytime Confidential that first reported the exit of Coloma, citing that the actor declined to film his final scenes after finding out that he would be let go.

Coloma has been portraying Nikolas since 2019. The role dates back to 1996 when Tyler Christopher first took on the part. Since then, there have been several actors who have played the part of Nikolas such as Colin Scott and Nick Stabile.

Given these past developments, it has yet to be known if the role will be recast.

Coloma has missed some shows ever since the pandemic started. At the time, speculation grew that the 44-year-old may be having issues with ABC Disney’s vaccine mandate.

Just last week, Coloma also cleaned out his social media account, unfollowing his co-stars on “General Hospital.” Also, he was out for several days in November, forcing showrunners to replace him with someone else.

A look at his Twitter account that the first tweet of Coloma was one made by “Scientology” actor chief Tom Cruise. It was a “Mission Impossible” video posted just a few days ago as Cruise thanked fans for their support while he was skydiving from a helicopter.

Now, there are speculations that Coloma may be indirectly asking Cruise for help.

Regardless, the fact is that Coloma may not be getting any more favors from “General Hospital” after walking out on the show despite appearing there for three years.

Aside from “General Hospital,” Coloma has been around the TV series scene, making appearances at a time in shows like “CSI: Miami,” “OneTree Hill,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” and “Lucifer” to name a few.

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General Hospital full cast family photo on the set of the drama. General Hospital/Facebook

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