Viewers of “Days of Our Lives” will see familiar faces sometime next week as some characters find their way back to the soap. Alison Sweeney, who portrays Sami Brady, Bryan Dattilo as Lucas Horton, and Christie Clark, who plays Carrie Brady, are set to return to the sudser.
Sweeney was last seen portraying her alter ego on November 2018. She also took on the role of Colleen Brady and Adrienne Johnson on the soap. Apart from her acting talent, Sweeney is a director, an author, and the host of the reality TV show, “The Biggest Loser.”
She appeared in various series like “Friends,” “Las Vegas,” and in TV films like “Second Chances,” “Murder,” and “She Baked: Just Desserts.”
Days Of Our Lives News – Returning To Visit Sick Relative?
In a previous interview, he teased that his return to revolves around an unhealthy relative. This is assumed to be Will Horton, who was recently diagnosed with brain tumor. This is also the reason for Sweeney’s return to Salem as Sami. Apart from “Days of Our Lives,” Dattilo also starred in several other independent films. These included “Gaydar.” He also appeared in “Saved by The Bell,” “CSI:NY,” “California Dreams,” “Doogie Howser,” and “Charles In Charge.”
Clark is also returning as Carrie to Salem. She and her sister, Sami, will be back in town for a special someone. They will both be a part of an upcoming tribute episode for Peggy McCay’s character, Caroline Brady.
Days Of Our Lives News – Clark On And Off Soap Since 1986
Clark has been portraying Carrie on and off since 1986. It was revealed last year that she will be returning to “Days of Our Lives” this year since the soap tapes their episodes way in advance.
Viewers and cast members of the soap were saddened by the news about Peggy McCay’s passing. She has been with the show from 1983 to 2017. She’ has been seen on screen for almost two years. Although her on-screen son Roman Brady (Josh Taylor) often made references to her.
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McCay earned five Daytime Emmy nominations for her excellent portrayal of Caroline. She won an Emmy award in 1991 for her work on “The Trials of Rosie O’Neil.” Her other TV credits include “Gunsmoke” and “Lou Grant.”
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