Reflecting on 2015: Kimberly Mc Cullough revealed in a blog post on Sunday that she suffered a late-term miscarriage during a year of ups and downs for the General Hospital star turned successful director and she shared this selfie glowing with her then baby bump'But I wasn't in control.
Mc Cullough followed this up with a dancing part in Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo.
Mc Cullough was involved in a long-term relationship with Freddie Prinze Jr, before he met Sarah Michelle Gellar (he married Sarah in 2002 and they have two children).
In 1996, she took a short break from playing the character when she went off to college for a brief stint at New York University Tisch School of the Arts from 1996 to 1997, although she never graduated or received a degree from the university.
On General Hospital, Robin Scorpio was also written out for the same reason, except the character was attending Yale University to study medicine.
Mc Cullough later returned to the show in 2005 as a doctor and departed in 2012.
She has made sporadic guest appearances since July 2012.
Matt Hunter on General Hospital "When we were pregnant, the name didn't fit the energy we were feeling. She goes, 'That's it.' We gave her the name Isabelle after Mila's grandfather, who was Yitzhak.
One night, Mila was like, 'This is not the name.' I had to get the creative juices going, so we were going to a Lakers game, and I just started listing off anything and everything I saw: 'sign, truck, wall, door...' She [was] like, 'Shut up!
In 1985, after failing to land a role on the TV sitcom Webster, Mc Cullough auditioned for the role of Robin Scorpio, the 6-year-old daughter of Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) and Anna Devane (director/actress Finola Hughes).
The producers made her audition 12 times but eventually gave her the part and her role became a popular success.
One of her most memorable storylines began in 1995, when her teenage character contracted HIV after having unprotected sex with her boyfriend Stone, who was unknowingly infected with the virus and later died of AIDS.