Eric Martsolf (Brady Black)

Birthplace: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Birthday: July 27, 1971.

Personal: Wife: Lisa Kouchak (married 10/10/03). 2 sons (twins): Mason Alan and Chase Evan (born 4/7/06).
Filmography: TV Series: "Passions" (Ethan Winthrop: 2002-2008). TV Appearances: "NCIS", "Smallville." Movies: "The Cheater", "Spanish Fly", "Omum", "If Lucy Fell."
Awards: Daytime Emmy Award (supporting actor, 2014); 1 SOD nomination (newcomer, 2003).
Days Airdates: November 13, 2008-Present.

Chandler Massey (Will Horton)

Birthplace: Norcross, Georgia.
Birthday: September 10, 1990.

Personal: Single. Son of the former Secretary of State of Georgia.
Filmography: TV Appearances: "One Tree Hill", "Eastbound & Down", "Army Wives", "Bad Judge", "Bunk'd." Movies: "For What I Had to Fear", "16-Love."
Awards: 3 Daytime Emmy Awards (younger actor, 2012, 2013, 2014); Daytime Emmy nomination (younger actor, 2011).
Days Airdates: Contract: February 1, 2010-January 2, 2014; Recurring: September 25, 2017-October 24, 2017; Contract: November 1, 2017-Present.


Marci Miller (Abigail DiMera)

Birthplace: North Liberty, Indiana.
Birthday: August 2, 1986.

Personal: Husband: Ryan Matteson (married 11/29/08).
Filmography: Movies: "The Perfect Gift", "1 Message", "The Aspect Ratio", "The Amateur", "Most Likely to Die", "American Fable", "XOXO", "Rebellion: A Star Wars Story", "About Abigail", "End of Fall"
Days Airdates: November 10, 2016-Present.

Casey Moss (J.J. Deveraux)

Birthplace: Hanford, California.
Birthday: November 16, 1993.

Personal: Single. Began career as a model.
Filmography: "Days" is Moss' acting debut.
Days Airdates: May 6, 2013-Present.

Stephen Nichols (Steve Johnson)

Birthplace: Cincinnati, Ohio
Birthday: February 19, 1951.

Personal: Wife: Lisa R. Gordon (married 10/24/84). Three children: daughter Vanessa (1/10/78) and son Aaron (5/20/80) from a previous marriage to Wendy Mayesh; and daughter Dylan Selena (9/26/91) from his current marriage.
Filmography: TV Series: "Santa Barbara" (Dr. Skyler Gates: 1992); "Second Chances" (Tommy Simmons: 1993-1994); "General Hospital"/"Port Charles" (Stefan Cassidine: 1996-2003), "The Young and the Restless" (Tucker McCall: 2010-2013). TV Appearances: "Dynasty", "Wizards and Warriors", "Dallas", "T.J. Hooker", "Crazy Like a Fox", "Matlock", "L.A. Law", "Shades of LA", "Murder, She Wrote", "2000 Malibu Road", "Renegade", "Melrose Place", "The Nanny", "In the Heat of the Night", "Sisters", "Diagnosis: Murder", "Empty Nest", "She Spies." TV Movie: "Around the World in 80 Days." Movies: "Killing Time", "A Different Story", "Choices", "House", "Witchboard", "Soapdish", "Heaven's Tears", "Phoenix", "Cover Me", "Deep Cover", "The Glass Cage", "Blue Heat: The Case of the Cover Girl Murders", "Merchants of Venus", "Checkmate."
Awards: Daytime Emmy nomination (lead actor, 1988); 4 SOD Awards (supporting actor, 1986; lead actor, 1988; hero, 1989; supercouple [with Mary Beth Evans as Kayla], 1989); SOD nomination (supercouple, 1990).
Days Airdates: Recurring: June 13, 1985-August 23, 1985. Contract: October 17, 1985-October 26, 1990; June 9, 2006-February 17, 2009; August 28, 2015-Present.

Thaao Penghlis (Andre DiMera)

Birthplace: Sydney, Australia.
Birthday: December 15, 1945.

Personal: Single.
Filmography: TV Series: "General Hospital" (Victor Cassidine: 1981, 2014); "Mission: Impossible" (Nicholas Black: 1988-1989), "Santa Barbara" (Micah DeAngelis: 1992-1993). TV Appearances: "Hawkins", "Kojak", "Cannon", "Tenspeed and Brown Shoe", "Hart to Hart", "Nero Wolfe", "Hotel", "Magnum, P.I.", "Who's the Boss?", "Moon Over Miami." TV Movies: "Silent Lovers", "Sadat", "Under Siege", "Emma: Queen of the South Seas", "The Lookalike", "Memories of Midnight", "Tribe." Movies: "Slow Dancing in the Big City", "The Bell Jar", "Altered States", "The Mirror", "A Green Story", "The Book of Esther."
Awards: Daytime Emmy nomination (lead actor, 2008). 2 SOD nominations (favorite return, 2003; villain, 2005).
Days Airdates: Contract: November 6, 1981-October 24, 1985 (also as Andre DiMera, 9/1/83-11/23/84); October 22, 1993-December 15, 1995; Recurring: February 1, 1996-February 13, 1996. Contract: June 21, 2002-January 30, 2004; June 22, 2004-September 9, 2005; May 24, 2007-April 1, 2009; September 25, 2015-Present.