Days of Our Lives Comings and Goings for November.
Here’s the latest on the Comings and Goings at Days of Our Lives!
Blake Berris, the man who managed to play Nick Fallon as he leaped from uber geek to offbeat heart throb to psycho, will be leaving the series in January 2009.
Tina Ivlev will be arriving in Salem to play the role of Kelly. Look for her on Friday December 12.
Deidre Hall and Drake Hogestyn will be departing from the cast in January. Ken Corday has just made the official announcement. You can read more here.
It has just been announced that Jay Kenneth Johnson will be leaving the role of Philip Kiriakis behind. This shocking bit of news follows on the heels of news that the series has just been renewed for another 18 months. Necessary budget cuts are forcing actors to take pay cuts and the actor has reportedly opted out. For the moment, it is expected that the role will be recast.
In the coming weeks, Philip Boyd will be showing up to play Arthur, the bartender at the Cheatin’ Heart.
Marsha Waterbury will be appearing as Sister Theresa when Sami shows up in a convent. Look for her first air on Wednesday November 26.
Sandra Robinson (aka Sandra Ferguson) will be joining the cast as Dr. Charlotte Taylor beginning on Monday December 1. The actress may already be a familiar face to some, check and see where you may have seen her before.
Salem will be adding yet another doctor to its expanding cast. Soap vet John Callahan is coming to the show to play Nicole’s doctor on November 24. You can read more about him here.
Eric Martsolf will be arriving as Brady Black on Thursday November 13. According to his publicist, Eric has signed a 4 year deal with the show.
Days of Our Lives has a new co-head writer. Head writer Dena Higley has been joined by Christopher Whitesell to share the position. Other associate head writers are Rick Draughon, Renee Godelia, script editor is Fran Myers, and dialogue writers are Cydney Kelley, John Newman, Jodie Scholz and Linda Poindexter-Brown.
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