Martha Madison (Belle Brady)

Birthplace: Newport News, Virginia.
Raised: Houston, Texas.
Birthday: July 27, 1977.

Personal: Husband: restaurant owner A.J. Gilbert (married 8/25/07). One daughter: Charley Elizabeth (11/3/13). Real last name: Butterworth.
Filmography: TV Series: "General Hospital" (Elizabeth Webber: 2011). TV Appearance: "Law & Order: Criminal Intent", "Passions", "Without a Trace", "Criminal Minds." Internet Series: "The Bay" (Marly Foster: 2010-2014), "Winterthorne" (Miranda Winterthorne: 2015-Present). Movies: "Kate and Leopold", "The Mother of Invention."
Awards: Daytime Emmy nomination (co-executive producer/digital series/Winterthorne, 2016); SOD nomination (triangle [with Kyle Brandt & Jason Cook, Philip & Shawn], 2005).
Days Airdates: August 10, 2004-March 24, 2008; November 25, 2015-Present.




A Martinez (Eduardo Hernandez)

Birthplace: Glendale, California.
Birthday: September 27, 1948.

Personal: Wife: Leslie Bryans (married 1982); One son (Dakota Lee, 7/25/86) and two daughters (Devon Makena, 6/7/89, Ren Farren, 9/13/93).
Filmography: TV Series: "The Cowboys" (Cimarron: 1974); "Born to the Wind" (Low Wolf: 1982); "Cassie & Co." (Benny Silva: 1982); "Whiz Kids" (Lt. Neal Quinn: 1983-1984); "Santa Barbara" (Cruz Castillo: 1984-1992); "L.A. Law" (Daniel Morales: 1992-1994); "Profiler" (Nick Cooper: 1996-1997); "Port Charles/General Hospital" (Roy DiLucca: 1999-2002); "For the People" (Michael Olivas: 2002-2003); "One Life to Live" (Ray Montez: 2008-2009); "The Bold and the Beautiful" (Dr. Ramon Montgomery: 2011-2012); "Longmire" (Jacob Nighthorse: 2012-Present). TV Appearances: "Mission: Impossible", "Ironside", "Bonanza", "Hawaii Five-0", "Kung Fu", "Columbo", "The Streets of San Francisco", "All in the Family", "Baretta", "Police Woman", "The Incredible Hulk", "Barnaby Jones", "Quincy", "Barney Miller", "Chips", "Fantasy Island", "Falcon Crest", "Hart to Hart", "Remington Steele", "Touched by an Angel", "JAG", "CSI", "Criminal Minds", "Castle", "The Night Shift", "NCIS."
Awards: Daytime Emmy Award (Lead Actor, 1990); 6 Daytime Emmy Nominations (Lead Actor, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993); 4 SOD Awards (Hero, 1988; Lead Actor, 1990, 1991; Super Couple (with Marcy Walker), 1990); 6 SOD Nominations (Lead Actor, 1984, 1993; Super Couple (with Marcy Walker), 1986, 1988, 1989; Hero, 1989).
Days Airdates: September 21, 2015-Present.




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.





Joseph Mascolo (Stefano DiMera)

Birthplace: West Hartford, Connecticut.
Birthday: March 13, 1929.

Personal: Wife: entertainment publicist Patricia Schultz (married 10/22/05). 1 son, Peter (born 1968), from a previous marriage to Rose Maimone. Former member of the Metropolitan Opera. In real life, his parents were married for 80 years.
Filmography: TV Series: "From These Roots" (Jack Lander: 1961), "Where the Heart Is" (Ed Lucas: 1970-1973), "Bronk" (Pete Santori: 1975-1976), "The Gangster Chronicles" (Salvatore Maranzano: 1981), "General Hospital" (Domino: 1989), "The Bold & the Beautiful" (Massimo Marone: 2001-2006). TV Appearances: "Days of Our Lives" (Dr. Tutano in 1968), "All in the Family", "Kojak", "The Incredible Hulk", "The Rockford Files", "Crazy Like a Fox", "Hill Street Blues", "Hunter", "Santa Barbara". Movies: "Jaws 2", "Yes, Giorgio."
Awards: 3 SOD Awards (villain, 1984,1985,1997).
Days Airdates: January 18, 1982-March 8, 1983; Recurring: March 2, 1984-May 11, 1984; Contract: October 19, 1984-February 22, 1985; Recurring: November 4, 1988-December 19, 1988; Contract: September 17, 1993-August 3, 1994; November 4, 1994-August 14, 1996; October 4, 1996-December 24, 1996; Recurring: February 7, 1997-February 13, 1997; Contract: June 13, 1997-June 14, 2001; June 6, 2007-February 29, 2008; August 5, 2008-Present.



Peggy McCay (Caroline Brady)

Birthplace: New York City, New York.
Birthday: November 3, 1927.

Personal: Single.
Filmography: TV Series: "Love of Life" (Vanessa Dale: 1951-1955), "For Better or Worse" (1959-1960), "Room For One More" (Anna Rose: 1962), "The Young Marrieds" (Susan Garrett: 1964-1966), "General Hospital" (Iris Fairchild: 1967-1970), "Gibbsville" (Mrs. Malloy: 1976), "Lou Grant" (Marian Hume: 1978-1982), "The Lazarus Syndrome" (Stacy: 1979), "Profiler" (Melinda Gillespie: 1997). TV Appearances: "Philco Television Playhouse", "United States Steel Hour", "Robert Montgomery Presents", "Lux Video Theatre", "The Adventures of Jim Bowie", "Alfred Hitchcock Presents", "Bonanza", "Gunsmoke", "Maverick", "Perry Mason", "Richard Diamond, Private Detective", "Hawaiian Eye", "The Wide Country", "The Andy Griffith Show", "Ben Casey", "Surfside 6", "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour", "The Fugitive", "The Great Adventure", "Laramie", "Redigo", "The Virginian", "The FBI", "Longstreet", "Marcus Welby, MD", "The Rookies", "Barnaby Jones", "The Waltons", "S.W.A.T.", "Medical Center", "Cannon", "Kojak", "Logan's Run", "The Amazing Spider-Man", "Archie Bunker's Place", "Cagney & Lacey", "The Jeffersons", "St. Elsewhere", "Newhart", "Night Court", "Airwolf", "Hardcastle & McCormick", "Highway to Heaven", "Hardball", "The Commish", "L.A. Law", "Providence", "Judging Amy", "Cold Case." TV Movies: "The Cherry Orchard", "The City", "A Death of Innocence", "Eleanor and Franklin", "Good Against Evil", "Hewitt's Just Different", "How the West Was Won", "Loose Change", "Bid and Lou", "Mrs. R's Daughter", "Fighting Back", "Mark, I Love You", "Two of a Kind", "Wait Till Your Mother Gets Home!", "Memorial Day", "Deadly Care", "Winnie", "Amityville The Evil Escapes", "Woman on the Run: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story", "Alien Nation: The Udara Legacy", "Silk Hope", "James Dean." Movies: "The Case Againt Brooklyn", "Uncle Vanya", "From the Desk of Margaret Tyding", "Lad: A Dog", "FBI: Code 98", "Promises in the Dark", "UFOria", "Bustin' Loose", "Second Thoughts", "Murphy's Romance", "No Man's Land", "Daddy's Girl", "The Irish Vampire Goes West", "Let Go."
Awards: 5 Daytime Emmy nominations (lead actress, 1986, 2013, 2015; supporting actress, 1987, 2016). Primetime Emmy Award winner (guest actress in a drama, "The Trials of Rosie O'Neill", 1991). 2 Primetime Emmy nominations (guest actress in a drama, "Cagney & Lacey", 1986; supporting actress in a miniseries, "Woman on the Run: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story", 1993).
Days Airdates: Recurring: February 7, 1983-February 9, 1983. Contract: July 17, 1985-July 3, 1989. Recurring: July 21, 1989-January 12, 1990. Contract: January 15, 1990-December 5, 2003; Recurring: March 26, 2004; Contract: July 15, 2004-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.