Erik Valdez as Trey Mitchell
|Portrayed by||Erik Valdez|
|Created by||Ron Carlivati|
|Introduced by||Frank Valentini|
|First appearance||June 11, 2012|
|Last appearance||January 14, 2013|
|Date of birth||September 1987 (age 29)|
|Date of death||January 14, 2013|
Grad Student at Yale |
Producer of Mob Princes
|Residence||Port Charles, New York|
Joseph Mitchell "Trey" Scully III (aka Trey Mitchell) is a fictional character from the original ABC daytime soap opera, General Hospital. The character first appears being portrayed by Erik Valdez on June 11, 2012. According to a spokesperson from the series, the character will be involved in quite a bit of storyline throughout 2012. He left the show in January 2013.
Trey is introduced in June 2012 as a graduate student at Yale University and friend of Kristina Davis. Trey is the producer of Kristina's reality television show, Mob Princess and manipulates her into continuing the show despite her family's disapproval. Trey immediately clashes with Kristina's parents, Alexis Davis, and mob boss, Sonny Corinthos. He convinces Sonny to agree to the reality show while keeping his mysterious boss up-to-date on the project. Trey moves into his new apartment and clashes with his roommate, Starr Manning. Meanwhile, Kristina's brother, Michael accuses Trey of manipulating and using both Kristina and Starr, though he denies it. Trey continues to make enemies when it comes to Starr's father, Todd, while he is oblivious to the fact that Kristina has a crush on him. Meanwhile, Trey bashes Sonny's girlfriend Kate Howard when it is revealed that her alternate personality caused the car accident killing Starr's family. Meanwhile, Kristina reveals her true feelings for Trey and they share their first kiss in July 2012; however, Trey is hesitant about getting involved with her fearing it will interfere with the show. It is soon revealed that Trey is actually the son of Sonny's longtime nemesis Joe Scully, Jr, who is financing the show. Kristina continues her flirtatious behavior while Trey becomes determined to catch Sonny doing something illegal on camera. Trey is shocked to find his father in prison in Atlantic City. Trey is shocked when Joe admits the truth about his father, Joe Scully, Sr. who was a mobster, that Sonny used to work for. Joe convinces Trey to keep his true identity a secret so they can get revenge on Sonny for framing him for murder.