The latest casting scoop…
Find out who is heading in and out of Salem during the month of September. Bookmark this page and come back regularly for updates from Soap Opera Fan Blog as the latest “Days of our Lives” casting news becomes available.
New casting call for a multiple principal with a chance to become recurring. The show is seeking an actress to play Roxanne, a gorgeous and upbeat, flirty 19-21 year-old of any ethnicity.
“Days of our Lives” is seeking a gorgeous and rugged actor, 35-40 years of age, Hispanic or Greek, to portray the part of Ares. The role is described as formidable, mysterious, charming and confident. The role tentatively is scheduled to begin taping in October.
“DOOL” is casting for an actor to play a recurring role which could lead to a contractual role of Mateo, a 25-35-year-old Hispanic or part/Hispanic male. Mateo is described as charismatic and irresistible to women. It is preferred that the actor speak Spanish though it is not mandatory.
As reported previously, Celestin Cornielle, who played Officer Moreno in October of 2007 rebooted into a new character named Miguel. The actor is first seen as EJ’s goon September 11. About the changes Cornielle says, “I have actually been rebooted as a much more fun character, Miguel. Expect quite a splash from him come September.”
Eileen Davidson brings Susan Banks back to Salem to visit her son EJ DiMera (James Scott).
Sara Fletcher appear as Jill September 10.
Chasty Ballesteros will play Dana, who helps Jill set JJ up.
Jonathon Trent plays Kurt, a man who finds JJ dazed and confused in the park.
Miranda Maya returns to “Days” as Zoe, Will’s editor.
Wally Kurth told a fan on Twitter that he’s returning to “Days” as Justin and will be appearing in about six months.
Melissa Archer to Days of our Lives as Serena, a woman who has ties to Salem. She’ll first be seen December 5.
Billy Flynn is the new Chad DiMera on Days coming up September 12, according to a rep from the studio.
Joseph Mascolo (Stefano) appears on “DOOL” Thursday September 4. Read the rest of this entry »