With chart-topping hits and soap opera stardom, Rick Springfield was the definition of an '80s heartthrob. Rick's career began with guest spots on some of the most popular shows of the past, including The Incredible Hulk, Battlestar Galactica and Wonder Woman. In 1981, he began the role he is best known for—the tall, dark and handsome Dr. Noah Drake on General Hospital.
The same year he joined the cast, Rick released "Jessie's Girl" and catapulted straight to the top of the music charts. Rick dove headfirst into the pop music scene and went on to sing 17 more top 40 hits, including "Love Somebody" and "Don't Talk to Strangers." He has sold more than 19 million records and is still a rock icon, singing his heart out to adoring fans all over the world.