List of Days of Our Lives cast members
Days of Our Lives is a long-running American television soap opera drama, airing on NBC. Created by Ted and Betty Corday, the series premiered on November 8, 1965. The longest-running cast member is Suzanne Rogers, who has portrayed Maggie Horton since August 20, 1973, making her one of the longest-tenured actors in American soap operas. Original cast member, Frances Reid, was previously the soap's longest-running cast member, portraying Horton family matriarch, Alice Horton, from 1965 to 2007. Actresses Susan Seaforth Hayes and Deidre Hall, who portray Julie Olson Williams and Dr. Marlena Evans, are currently the second and third longest tenured actors on Days of Our Lives, joining in 1968 and 1976, respectively. The following list is of cast members who are currently on the show: the main and recurring cast members, or those who are debuting, departing or returning to the series.
|Lucas Adams||Tripp Dalton||2017–present|
|Lamon Archey||Centerville cop||2011|
|Lindsay Arnold||Allie Horton||2020–present|
|Matthew Ashford||Jack Deveraux||1987–1993, 2001–2007, 2011–2012, 2016–present|
|Camila Banus||Gabi Hernandez||2010–present|
|Brandon Barash||Stefan DiMera||2019|
|Brandon Beemer||Shawn-Douglas Brady||2006–2008, 2016–present|
|Nadia Bjorlin||Chloe Lane||1999–2005, 2007–2011, 2013, 2015–present|
|Tamara Braun||Ava Vitali||2008, 2015–2016, 2020–present|
|Bryan Dattilo||Lucas Horton||1993–2010, 2012–present|
|Isabel Durant||Claire Brady||2020–present|
|Mary Beth Evans||Kayla Brady Johnson||1986–1992, 2006–present|
|Billy Flynn||Chad DiMera||2014–present|
|Galen Gering||Rafe Hernandez||2008–present|
|Rafe Hernandez 2||2011|
|Stacy Haiduk||Jane Smith||2010|
|Susan Banks||2018–2019, 2021|
|Deidre Hall||Marlena Evans||1976–1987, 1991–2009, 2011–present|
|Samantha Evans||1992, 2008|
|Hattie Adams||2004, 2016–2020|
|Jackée Harry||Paulina Price||2021|
|Drake Hogestyn||John Black||1986–2009, 2011–present|
|Jay Kenneth Johnson||Philip Kiriakis||1999–2002, 2007–2011, 2020–present|
|Lauren Koslow||Kate Roberts||1996–present|
|Martha Madison||Belle Black||2004–2008, 2015–present|
|Eric Martsolf||Brady Black||2008–present|
|Marci Miller||Abigail Deveraux||2016–2018, 2020–present|
|Stephen Nichols||Steve Johnson||1985–1990, 2006–2009, 2015–present|
|Emily O'Brien||Gwen Rizczech||2020–present|
|James Reynolds||Abe Carver||1981–present|
|Suzanne Rogers||Maggie Horton Kiriakis||1973–present|
|Sal Stowers||Lani Price||2015–present|
|Alison Sweeney||Adrienne Johnson||1987|
|Sami Brady||1993–2015, 2017–present|
|Josh Taylor||Chris Kositchek||1977–1987|
|Precious Way||Chanel Dupree||2021|
|Robert Scott Wilson||Ben Weston||2014–present|
|Arianne Zucker||Nicole Walker||1998–2006, 2008–present|
|Elin Alexander||Holly Jonas||2020–present|
|John Aniston||Eric Richards||1970|
|Cary Christopher||Thomas DiMera||2020–present|
|Linda Dano||Vivian Alamain||2021|
|Judi Evans||Adrienne Johnson Kiriakis||1986–1991, 2007–2008, 2010–2020|
|Bonnie Lockhart||2003–2007, 2017–2018, 2020–present|
|Jayna and Kinsley Fox||Henry Horton||2020–present|
|Bill Hayes||Doug Williams||1970–1984, 1986–1987, 1993–1996, 1999–present|
|Remington Hoffman||Li Shin||2020–present|
|Tina Huang||Josie Jordan||2008–2009|
|Leann Hunley||Anna DiMera||1982–1986, 2007–2010, 2017–present|
|Cameron Johnson||Theo Carver||2020–present|
|Victoria Konefal||Ciara Brady||2017–present|
|Wally Kurth||Justin Kiriakis||1987–1991, 2009–present|
|Ron Leath||Henderson||1987–2004, 2008–present|
|Kyle Lowder||Brady Black||2000–2005|
|Thaao Penghlis||Tony DiMera||1981–1985, 2007–2009, 2019–present|
|André DiMera||1983–1984, 1993–1996, 2002–2005, 2007, 2015–2019|
|James Read||Clyde Weston||2014–present|
|Susan Seaforth Hayes||Julie Olson Williams||1968–1984, 1990–1994, 1996, 1999–present|
|Michael Teh||Vincent Belman||2020–present|
|Vanessa A. Williams||Valerie Grant||2016–present|
|Heather Lindell||Jan Spears||Week of March 29, 2021|||
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- Ken Corday and Greg Meng (executive producers); Gary Tomlin (co-executive producer); Noel Maxam (supervising producer); Dena Higley (head writer); Christopher Whitesell (co-head writer); Rick Draughon (associate head writer); Carolyn Culliton (script writer); Albert Alarr (director) (April 25, 2011). Days of Our Lives. NBC.
- Ken Corday and Greg Meng (executive producers); Gary Tomlin (co-executive producer); Noel Maxam (supervising producer); Dena Higley (head writer); Christopher Whitesell (co-head writer); Rick Draughon (associate head writer); Carolyn Culliton (script writer); Albert Alarr (director) (April 26, 2011). Days of Our Lives. NBC.
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