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Here are a list of Days of Our Lives characters that appeared in the 2000s. For other characters listed by decade, see List Of Minor Characters (2020s), List Of Minor Characters (2010s), List Of Minor Characters (1990s), List Of Minor Characters (1980s), List of Minor Characters (1970s), and List of Minor Characters (1960s). For characters that are mentioned, see List Of Characters That Are Mentioned.

Albert Miller


Dion Anderson as Albert Miller

Dr. Albert Miller was played by Dion Anderson From April 5th to may 4th, 2000 and again for one episode on February 20, 2003. He was the father of Nancy Wesley, grandfather of Chloe Lane and Joy Wesley, and great-grandfather of Parker Jonas. When Nancy was a teen, she had been raped by Albert's business partner, and gave the child up for adoption believing he was the father.

When Albert came town for a visit, he recognized Chloe as his granddaughter That Nancy gave up for adoption, even though Nancy was lying about who Chloe was to her father, Criag Wesley. Albert wanted Chloe to come live with him and her grandmother, and Chloe, who was mad at Nancy, declared that she wanted to live with her grandparents. Chloe decided to stay in town after Nancy told Craig the truth. Albert briefly returned in 2003 when Nancy invited him over to ask why he lied about Nancy's pregnancy to Craig.

Angela Maroni †


Ayda Field as Angela Maroni

Angela was the daughter mod boss Vincent Maroni, who came into possession of a tape that had Kate Roberts forcing Roberto to admitting to the murder of Franco Kelly. Sami Brady and Brandon Walker were trying to get the tape back, and found it in Angela's possession. Angela was immediately attracted to Brandon, and agreed to give the tape back if he married her, so Brandon agreed. At the wedding, Vincent attempted to have Brandon and Sami killed. Many guests were injured in the process and Angela died when took the bullet meant for Brandon.

Anthony Marino †


Matthew Bornegli as Anthony Marino

Anthony Marino, played by Matthew Borengli from August 18-September 20, 2008, was the mayor of Salem around the same time Stefano DiMera came out of his coma. Marino was on Stefano's payroll, which made it hard for the Salem PD to even arrest Stefano. When Abe Carver saw Marino's corruption, he quit his job as commissioner and ran for mayor of Salem against Marino.

Stefano told Marino that he could do whatever he had to do to beat Abe, but to leave Abe's wife and Stefano's daughter, Lexie Carver. Marino's attempt to humiliate Abe also resulted in Lexie being humiliated, and Stefano severed ties with Marino. Marino was killed by an assassin of Stefano's when he went over to confront Stefano.



Kwesi Boakye as Artemis

Artemis was played by Kwesi Boakye in 2007, and is the twin brother of DeMarquette. They are twins and the sons of some very wealthy people. They were placed into the care of Cassandra Arvin, but when she was arrested, they were sent to live with Nick Fallon until a man that worked for their parents brought them home.



Brenda was played by Holly Kaplan from 2000-03.

Brenda Simmons †


Nikki Deloach as Brenda Simmons

Brenda was played by Nikki Deloach in August 2009. She was Dean Hartman's girlfriend, and Kyle Simmon’s older sister. In contrast to Kyle’s more easy going kid like nature, Brenda was the more strict of the two, even scolding Kyle if she thought he was being too immature. Brenda and Kyle helped Dean kidnap Ciara Brady, and hold her for a ransom. Though Brenda was tough on Ciara, she protested when Dean implied he would kill Ciara if he didn’t get what he wanted.

When Ciara’s parents, Bo and Hope Brady closed in, Dean changed the plan without telling his partners, and coldly shot and killed Kyle, much to Brenda’s horror. Dean explained he planned to rescue Ciara and claim the reward money and couldn’t risk Kyle and Brenda turning on him. Brenda tearfully begged Dean to spare her, proclaiming her love for him, and kissing him. Dean fatally shot Brenda during the kiss.

Carlo Metts †


Taymour Ghazi as Carlo Metts

Carlo Metts was played by Tamour Ghazi from May 14 2009 to August 4 2009. was one of Philip Kiriakis's trusted henchman, who guarded him and Stephanie Johnson. Carlo escorted Melanie Layton away when she argued with Stephanie. Later, Carlo couldn’t find Stephanie anyway, but her things were still in the mansion. Carlo continued to work for Philip after he took on more responsibilities.

Carlo was fatally wounded in a shoot out at the docks. Philip arrived and was horrified to find Carlo wounded. He tried to stop the bleeding, but Carlo died soon after. Carlo’s death haunted Philip especially when his widow Joyce blamed him for Carlo’s death. Philip also felt guilty because Carlo and his wife had a little boy, who would now grow up without his father.



Tony Longo as Carmine

Carmine was played by Tony Longo in January 2008. He worked for Stefano DiMera and was ordered to kill Lucas Horton as payback for Lucas shooting Stefano's son EJ DiMera. Carmine got himself arrested and put in the same cell as Lucas, but before he could kill Lucas, EJ also got himself arrested and placed in the same cell. The two men successfully fought off Carmine and he was handcuffed and transferred to another cell.

Charlotte Taylor


Sandra Robinson as Charlotte Taylor

Charlotte Taylor, played by Sandra Robinson from December 1, 2008-January 25, 2009, was the daughter of Kenneth Taylor. Marlena Evans has requested that Dr. Taylor help John Black recover his memories. Marlena was stunned when Charlotte revealed that Kenneth has passed away, and she had taken over his practice. Marlena agreed to let Charlotte treat John. Charlotte moved to Salem and even got an office right next to Marlena's. When Charlotte tried hypnotherapy on John, he started to remember his past, but she lied and said he hadn't remembered anything.

Charlotte became unhinged when she realized someone (Brady Black) had broken into her computer and e-mailed Marlena the file of John's sessions. Realizing she was about to be exposed, Charlotte went to Marlena's with a needle full of a dangerous chemical. She revealed to Marlena that she shared revenge on her because she was jealous that her father showed more affection for Marlena than her. Marlena provoked Charlotte by saying it was her own fault her father didn't show her much affection.

Charlotte attacked and the two women struggled. John came in and Charlotte stabbed him in the back with the needle. The cops showed up and arrested Charlotte. Charlotte claimed that even if John remembered his past, she felt satisfied that he would be paralyzed. Charlotte was taken away to a mental institution, while John and Marlena remarried and left town to treat his paralysis.

Cassandra "China Lee" Arvin


Cassandra "China Lee" Arvin was played by Gillian Iliana Waters

Cassandra "China Lee" Arvin was played by Gillian Iliana Waters in 2007. Nick Fallon met her while in Vegas, and ended up accidentally marrying her. China granted Nick an annulment, but was arrested for solicitation and sent to jail for thirty days. China sent her boys, Artemis and DeMarquette, to live with Nick, but it was later revealed that they weren't hers, and that she had been hired to protect them.



Chris (played by Ross Matthews off and on from 2009-2011), was Kate Roberts's personal assistant at Hearth and Home. In stark contrast to Kate, Chris was incredibly friendly and easy going, and would even interact with Sami Brady, a woman that Kate didn't like.

Cordy Han


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Cordy Han was played by we was played by Jamie Chun from August 28-November 15, 2007 and Christina Stacey from November 21, 2007-February 24, 2008. Cory was a member of Alpha Chi Theta Sorority, who was raped by Ford Decker.

Crystal Galore


Sarah Buxton as Crystal Galore

Crystal Galore, played by Sarah Buxton from April 21st-July 9, 2004, was an old friend of Nicole Walker's from day in porn. Crystal was in prison when Marlena Evans was sent to prison for the murders. Fearing Marlena could in the death of Victor Kiriakis, Nicole offered to get Crystal out of prison, and give her enough money to start a new life with her daughter. In return, Nicole asked Crystal to kill Marlena. Crystal set up Marlena to make it look like she was escaping from Prison, resulting in a sniper shooting and killing her.

Nicole kept up her end of the deal and got Crystal out of prison, but to Nicole's dismay, Crystal chose to stay in Salem and even carelessly went out in public. Nicole and her cohort Jan Spears decided Crystal was more trouble than she was worth, and they set her up to make it look like she assaulted Nicole. Jan saved Crystal as John closed in on her, and Crystal disappeared from the canvas.

Crystal Miller


Crystal Miller was played by Ashlee Holland from 2007-08.

Cynthia Austin


Cynthia Austin was played by Veronica Lauren from 2001-02 and again in 2007.



Demarquette was played by Jalen Stokes in 2007, and is the twin brother of Artemis. They are twins and the sons of some very wealthy people. They were placed into the care of Cassandra Arvin, but when he was arrested, they were sent to live with Nick Fallon until a man that worked for their parents brought them home.



Duck was played by Franc Ross in 2007.

Eddie Vitali


Jeff Chase as Eddie Vitali

Eddie Vitali, played by Jeff Chase from February-August 2008, was one of Ava Vitali's cousins. He helped her sabotage the plane that caused the death of Shawn Brady. Eddie was later seen alongside his uncle Martino Vitali, and continued to serve Ava after Martino's death. Eddie was at the DiMera mansion with EJ DiMera and John Black, when Morgan Hollingsworth stormed in and demanded to know what John did to her father. Morgan reached into her purse, and Eddie went to shoot her. Philip Kiriakis took the bullet instead, and Eddie was arrested. He later agreed to testify against Ava, in exchange for immunity.

Eugenia Willens


Eugenia Willens, played by Daphne Bloomer

Father Matt †


Ralph Waite as Father Matt

Father Matt, played by the late Ralph Waite on and off from February 18, 2009-January 5, 2014, was the local priest of Salem, and handed out advice to the citizens of Salem, most notably Nicole Walker and Chloe Lane. He later became Eric Brady's friend and mentor, and stood by Eric, when he was accused of breaking his vows. The character of Father Matt was retired when the actor died in 2014.

Father Tim Jansen


Father Tim Hansen was played by James Lancaster from 2003-06, and again in 2008.



Gabby was played by Joy Bisco

Gabby was played by Joy Bisco in 2007. Gabby made her debut as an island girl who Shawn and Belle met while they were fleeing from Philip. She took them in when they had nobody else and nothing else. Gabby was interested in Shawn, even though her father, Duck, told her to leave Shawn alone, as he was a part of a couple! Gabby strived to help Shawn and Belle escape from Philip when he showed up on Tinda Lau, but was still considered to be an enemy of the couple. Things changed when the contract for this actor/character was cut short, and she wound up being a huge help to Shawn when he looked for Belle and Claire, who had gone with Philip in a boat and headed for Australia. She was last seen helping them with the GPS coordinates. She said goodbye to Shawn as he headed out in a plane with his father and Steve.

Gus Pascal


Kamall Shaikh as Gus Pascal

Gus Pascal, played by Kamall Shaikh from October 30, 2009-August 11, 2011, was Vivian Alamain's personal assiatant, who helped her with all of her schemes while she was in Salem. When Vivian started bonding with her long lost son Quinn Hudson, Gus became jealous and set him up for attacking prostitutes. Gus was exposed and arrested for his crimes.



Julia Barnes as Harold

Harold, played by Julian Barnes since 2008, is a butler that worked for Stefano DiMera. He is extremely loyal to all members of the DiMera family (even those through marriage). As of 2016, he only works for Harold would later reveal to Chad DiMera that Stefano plotted to make someone (Hope Brady) use his gun to kill him since he became suicidal a result of his terminal diagnosis. Harold would be a witness at Andre DiMera's wedding to Kate Roberts.

Harold Wentworth


Harold Wentworth, played by Ryan Scott from 2001 till 2003, was introduced during a storyline in which Jack Deveraux pretended to be gay in order to spare Greta von Amberg's feelings, as he didn't return her affection. Greta tried to set Jack up with Harold, an openly gay man. Harold worked with Greta to set up situations where he and Jack could be intimate, but Jack would always find a way to escape. Jack eventually admitted that he was not gay, which led to Harold criticizing him for his cowardice.

Harold later happened to be in Las Vegas at the same time as Jack and Greta, and he helped them hide from mob hitmen by disguising them as showgirls. To his dismay, Jack then learned that Harold was the son of Oliver Wentworth, the owner of the Spectator. This was the local newspaper which Jack hoped to run; Jennifer got the job instead, due in part to Harold's recommendation. Harold then worked at the Spectator, and was able to maintain a friendly, professional relationship with Jack. He last appeared during the summer of 2003, shortly before the Salem Stalker storyline started. By 2006, though not shown on-screen, Harold had become editor of the Spectator; Jack and Jennifer learned that he was offering them a job running the London Bureau of the paper, which they accepted.

Hilda Van Bingham †


Diane Delano as Hilda Van Bingham

Hilda Van Bingham, played by Diane Delano from October 28, 2008-January 12, 2009, was the guard assigned to protect Sami Brady after she witnessed the murder of Mayor Anthony Marino. Hilda couldn't handle Sami's bratty behavior, so Rafe Hernandez was assigned as Sami's guard. Hilda still assisted Rafe and she later formed a bond with Sami because they were both mothers of young children. Hilda was eventually murdered by the assassin pursuing Sami.

Jed Stark


Frank Mentier as Jed Stark

Jed Stark was played by Frank Mentier from February 22, 2007 to March 2007. He was the younger brother of Willow Stark and attended Salem University. Willow was devoted to Jed and did some unscrupulous things to try and pay for his schooling. He was going to be a uncle to Willow’s unborn child, but she and the baby died.

John Thomas Brady Reiber


John Thomas 'J.T' Brady Reiber was played by Brandon and Dylan Fischer, and Jacob and Joshua Rips on and off between June 7, 2000 and May 1, 2002.

J.T. was born to Marlo Ungerschterner and Glen Reiber. Stefano's daughter Lexie Carver, and her husband Abe Carver couldn't conceive and were thinking of adopting. Marlo's uncle Wilhelm Rolf, who was also worked for Stefano, suggested Lexie adopt Marlo's baby since she didn't want it.

Marlo proved she didn't care too much about her child by drinking and smoking. At the same time, Stefano was planning to initiate a baby switch since he believed he was the father of Hope Brady's baby when she worked for him as Gina Von Amberg. Stefano originally planned to give Marlo's baby to Abe and Lexie, but fearing that the baby would be born with fetal alcohol syndrome, he decided to switch Marlo's baby with Hope's. Marlo overheard the plan and Stefano killed her to protect his secret.

Rolf switched the baby under Stefano's orders. Abe and Lexie went home with Hope's baby named Isaac Carver, and Hope went home with Marlo's baby. Bo Brady was revealed to be the father, and they named the baby John Thomas Brady after their good friend John Black, and Hope's grandfather Tom Brady

Bo and Hope raised John Thomas, abbreviated to J.T., as their own. They soon learned J.T. was suffering from fetal alcohol syndrome, and Hope blamed herself, believing it was caused by all the drinking she did as Gina. Eventually, Hope believed John could be the father since he was also brainwashed by Stefano. She and Bo almost broke up as a result, but managed to stay together and continue to raise their "son".

Glenn Reiber and his wife Barb came to Salem looking for his son. Glenn and Barb were told Abe and Lexie were raising their son, but Glenn felt a strange connection with J.T. Glenn had an DNA test performed on J.T., but the results were destroyed by Barb, who was pregnant and wanted Glenn to focus on her and their child. Barb eventually caved and told Glenn the truth.

Bard and Glenn soon became hated in Salem since Bo and Hope had strong ties to most of the people in Salem. Glenn and Barb took Bo and Hope to court and won custody of J.T. Glenn was grateful to Bo and Hope for raising and caring for J.T, so he decided to keep the name he had been giving at birth, and just add Reiber at the end. That way, Bo and Hope would be honoured. Glenn even told them they could visit anytime they want. On May 1, 2002, the Barbers left Salem to return to Iwoa where they lived. They raised J.T. As their own, alongside his younger half-brother.

Joy Wesley


Aisling Acuna as Joy Wesley

Joy Wesley was played by Aisling Acuna from 2003-05. When Chloe Lane was diagnosed with leukemia, Craig Wesley and Nancy Wesley had a second child, hoping she would be a match and save her older sister's life. Joy was a match and successfully saved Chloe's life. Joy was loved dearly by her parents and big sister, and she served as the flower girl at Chloe's wedding to Brady Black, who got along with her. Joy left town with her parents in 2005 and hasn't been seen since. Joy was mentioned to be in grad school in 2021.

Karen Fitzpatrick


Marsha Clark as Karen Fitzpatrick

Judge Karen Fitzpatrick was played by Marsha Clark from 2003-10 She is set to return in November of 2016. Karen is a judge that is presided over various cases in Salem. She seems to have close ties with the DiMera family as EJ DiMera seems to trust her. In 2016, Karen was the judge that presided over Hope's trial for killing Stefano DiMera. She charged Hope with second degree and sentenced her to 25 years in prison with no possibility of parole.

Kevin Lambert


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Kevin Lambert was played by Robert Benvenisti from 2001-02, and again in 2007. In November 2019, it was announced that Chadwick Hopson would take over the role on Days of Our Lives: The Digital Series.

Kevin first showed up at Salem High as a brainy nerdy junior who helped Jan set up an experiment in the chemistry lab that would result in Chloe's hair being sprayed with some smelly, foamy concoction. Chloe would have to go into the showers, where Jan had, with Mimi's help, set up a hidden video camera. The resulting pictures were put on a web site which, unbeknownst to Kevin, was due to debut on the big screen at the Last Blast Dance.

At the dance, Kevin was in charge of the slide show where Jan had gotten Mimi to sneak in the incriminating pictures.....but Kevin was appalled when the soap-covered body of Chloe appeared. Jan and Mimi were found out, and Kevin was exonerated of any knowledge. When the teens all signed up for an environmental study trip to an island off Puerto Rico, Kevin did too, along with several of the other "outcasts" of Salem High, the ones the "popular" kids made fun of, and gave mean nicknames. But on the island, Kevin came into his own, hooked up with Mimi as a girlfriend, and taught Penny and Susan to speak up for themselves, telling how hurtful the nicknames were. By the end of this summer trip, and the return to school, Kevin was going steady with Mimi. Unfortunately, he ended up going to an out of state university, and his relationship with Mimi was over.

Kyle Simmons †


Kyle Simmons was played by Ryan Alosio in July and August 2009. He was Brenda Simmon’s younger brother and still maintained a childish nature. He and his sister teamed up with her boyfriend Dean Hartman to kidnap Ciara Brady for a ransom. Kyle’s child nature is what allowed him to befriend and lure Ciara to him. Kyle had an angel tattoo on his arm that was used to identify him.

Kyle maintained his for childish nature with Ciara to comfort her. This was in contrast to his much stricter sister, who would even scold him. When Bo and Hope Brady neared the cabin, Dean changed the plan without. telling his partners and shot and killed Kyle. Kyle died in his devastated sister’s arms, who was also killed by Dean soon after.

Lacey Hanson


Lacey Hanson was played by Erin Chambers.

Lacey Hanson was played by Erin Chambers in October 2008. She was Theo Carver's babysitter, and was well liked by the Carver’s. After Lacy accidentally took her eyes off of Theo, Lexie fired Lacy. Lacy begged to to keep her job, but was ignored.

Abe Carver was running for mayor against Anthony Marino, and Marino paid Lacy to publicly humiliate the Carver’s by claiming that she and Abe had an affair. Wanting the money and revenge, Lacy accepted Marino's plan, which caused Abe and Lexie great humiliation as a result.

Lauren Chaffee †


Lisa Jay as Lauren Chaffee

Lauren Chaffee, played by Lisa Jay from 2006-2007, was the surrogate hired to carry Shawn Douglas Brady and Mimi Lockhart's baby. Through a mix up, caused by EJ DiMera, Philip Kiriakis ended up being the father of Mimi's baby. Philip and Mimi paid Lauren to terminate the pregnancy, but Bonnie Lockhart, Mimi's mother, paid Lauren to carry the baby to term.

When Bonnie went to prison, Lauren started going after Philip for money. Philip realized Lauren carried the baby to term, and tried to find out where he was. Meanwhile, Lauren, unable to care for the baby boy, had left him at Salem University Hospital. Shawn and Philip tracked Lauren down, but she fell down a flight of stairs and died, after giving Philip a clue to his son's whereabouts.



Michelle Pierce as Madison

Madison was played by Michelle Pierce in 2005. She was a hired gun that Andre DiMera used to pose as Jennifer Deveraux to help him recapture Jack Deveraux. Jack ended up in a stand off against Andre, Bart Biederbecke, and Madison before they successfully captured him.



Steven Bruns as Marco

Marco, played by Steven Bruns from 2008-2010, is a DiMera hit man who E.J. and Stefano call upon for various assignments. Marco also served as a body guard for Nicole and Sydney for a while. Stefano paid Marco to leave town after he accidentally shot Maggie Horton.

Marlo Ungenschterner †


Marcy T Kaplan as Marlo Ungenschterner

Marlo Ungenschterner, played by Marcy T. Kaplan from May 5, 2000 to June 19, 2000; and in May 23 2001.

Marlo was the niece of Wilhelm Rolf, and the biological mother of JT Reiber. Marlo was pregnant and looking to give up her child for adoption. Rolf's employer, Stefano DiMera, wanted to give his daughter, Lexie Carver, a child.

However, Marlo was irresponsible and drank a lot, much to Stefano's dismay. Stefano decided to switch Marlo's baby with Bo Brady and Hope Brady's newborn son. Marlo ended up falling down the stairs during an argument with Stefano, and Stefano killed her by breaking her neck.



Mary Garripoli as Mary

Mary, played by Mary Garripoli from November 26, 2008-July 6, 2011, was a maid that worked for the DiMera family. She also served as a nanny for Johnny DiMera, and Sydney DiMera.

Meredith Hudson


Rachel Kimney as Meredith Hudson

Meredith was played by Rachel Kinsey from July 20 2009 to October 2, 2009. Meredith was the sister of Emily Hudson, who died in a car accident that Meredith blamed Emily’s fiancée, Rafe Hernandez.

Sami Brady encountered Meredith crying in the woods. Sami went over to try comfort Meredith, who talked about how she was crying over the death of her sister Emily Hudson, and how she held Rafe Hernandez responsible. Sami was dating Rafe, and confronted him about Meredith's accusations.

Meredith was later revealed to be working with Stefano DiMera, who dug into Rafe's past, found out about the Hudson's sisters, and paid Meredith to come to town and break up Sami and Rafe. Meredith left Salem after writing a letter to Sami, explaining how Rafe was responsible for Emily's death.

Meredith returned to town and took matters into her own hands when Rafe never paid for his role in Emily's death. Meredith knocked Rafe out, and chained him to a basement. She planned to build a brick wall around him, but later decided to dump his unconscious body in the Salem River. Afterwards, she left town for good even though Rafe survived.

Morgan Hollingsworth


Kristen Renton as Morgan Hollingsworth

Morgan Hollingsworth, portrayed by Kristen Renton from September 2007-October 2008.

Owen Kent


Wes Ramsey as Owen Kent

Owen Kent, played by Wes Ramsey, first appeared on screen in early 2009.

Paul Hollingsworth


Linden Ashby as Paul Hollingsworth

Paul Hollingsworth, played by Linden Ashby from May 2008-September 2008, is the father of Morgan Hollingsworth. Paul's illegal dealings got him mixed up in the war between Philip Kiriakis and John Black. Philip paid Paul to plant drugs on John's shipments. When Paul suspected that John would find out what he had done, Paul tried to leave town. He was instead kidnapped by John and presumed dead. John planned to frame Philip for the crime, but Paul escaped and decide to turn himself into the police after saying goodbye to Morgan.



Chad Schropp as Pete

Pete was played by Chad Schropp from April 25, 2008 to February 9, 2010. Pete was a bartender that worked at the Brady Pub, and seemed to be on friendly terms with Max Brady, as Max would often ask Pete to fill in for him if he needed to do something, and Pete had no problem with it.

Pete Brady


Pete Brady

Pete Brady was played by an Tom Archdeacon in 2007 during flashbacks that took place 50 years ago. Pete was the Irish Catholic father of Shawn Brady, Colleen Brady, and Eric Brady I, He was only seen interacting with Shawn and Colleen, and disapproved of Colleen's relationship with Santo DiMera, which eventually led to Colleen abandoning becoming a nun, so she could with Santo.

However, a young Stefano DiMera told Shawn that Santo had lied about his mother being dead, and Shawn told Colleen the truth, so she followed through becoming a nun. However, Colleen saw Santo and Stefano pass by the church, and ran after Santo. Pete found Colleen's habit by a cliffside, and it was believed Colleen had committed suicide by jumping off the cliff. Pete died not knowing Colleen had faked her death.



Sophie was played by Sung Hi Lee in 2005.

Susan Adamson

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Susan Adamson was played by Lindsay Hollister in 2001. She is a classmate of Chloe, Belle, Shawn, Jason, Jan, Kevin and Mimi. In November 2019 it was announced that Hollister would respire her role as Susan on Days of Our Lives: The Digital Series.

Susan attended Salem University, and later reunited with her former classmates for a reunion in 2019.

Thomas Reiber


Thomas Reiber was played by child actors Brendan and Dillon Fisher John in 2000.

Troy Winston †


Eric Fellows as Troy Winston

Troy Winston, played by Eric Fellows from July 30, 2009 to January 25, 2010, and April 12 2012 to May 18, 2012, was a drug dealer that worked for Victor Kiriakis and, later, EJ DiMera. He was jealous of fellow drug dealer Arianna Hernandez and tried to kill her, but he was arrested while attacking her. In 2011, Dario Hernandez and Melanie Layton discovered that Troy was the driver who killed Arianna in 2010. Dario and Troy fought, but Troy soon lapsed into a coma because of his drug abuse and went brain dead.

Vincent Maroni †


Carl Weintraub as Vincent Maroni

Vincent Moroni was portrayed by Carl Weintraub from summer 2000 until March 2001. Vincent was a mob boss and the father of Angela Maroni, who came into possession an incriminating tape of Kate Roberts forcing Roberto to admit to the murder of Franco Kelly. Upon first meeting Brandon Walker, who had agreed to marry Angela, Vincent was suspicious of him at first. He later became convinced Brandon loved Angela and gave his blessing, but he held onto the tape. Kate met Vincent and slept with him because she wanted him to kill Victor Kiriakis, and spy on Sami and Brandon.

Kate managed to manipulate Vincent to do her bidding, but when Vincent's spy caught Brandon kissing Sami Brady, he ordered that they both be killed. At Brandon and Angela's wedding, Vincent's man shot several guests, but Angela died when she took the bullet meant for Brandon. Vincent was devastated and overcome with guilt that his actions led to his daughters death. He went outside and committed suicide by shooting himself in the chest.

Walter Kent


Gordon Thomson as Walter Kent

Walter Kent was played by Gordon Thomson in May 2009. Walter was the father of Owen Kent, and owned the Heritage Park Mortuary where he worked as the mortician there. Walter was really careful and precise with his business. He got stressed when things didn't work out the way he wanted them to. In May of 2009, Owen hid Stephanie Johnson at the mortuary. Walter questioned Owen and knew something was wrong. He encouraged Owen to open up, but Owen decided not to tell his father the truth.

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