Genie Francis (Diana Colville)
Birthplace: Englewood, New Jersey...Birthday: May 26, 1962.
Personal: Husband: actor Jonathan Frakes (married 5/28/88). 2 children: son Jameson Ivor (born 8/20/94) and daughter Elizabeth Francis (born 5/30/97). Real first name: Eugenie.
Filmography: TV Series: "General Hospital" (Laura Spencer: 1976-1981), "Bare Essence" (Patricia Hayes: 1983), "General Hospital" (Laura Spencer: 1983-1985), "All My Children/Loving" (Ceara Connor Hunter: 1990-1992), "General Hospital" (Laura Spencer: 1993-2002, 2006; 2008), "The Young and the Restless" (Genevieve Atkinson: 2010-Present). TV Appearances: "Family", "Fantasy Island", "Hotel", "Murder, She Wrote", "Roseanne", "3rd Rock From the Sun", "Roswell." TV Movies: "North and South", "North and South, Book II", "North and South, Book III", "The Note."
Awards: Daytime Emmy Award (supporting actress, 2007); 3 Daytime Emmy nominations (lead actress, 1997; fan award/couple, 2002; supporting actress, 2012). 2 SOD Awards (lead actress, 1981, 1997).
Days Airdates: April 13, 1987-June 21, 1989.
Recently: Appearing as Genevieve Atkinson on "The Young and the Restless."

Mary Frann (Amanda Howard Peters)

Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri...Birthday: February 27, 1943.
Personal: Single. Real last name: Luecke.
Filmography: TV Series: "Return to Peyton Place" (D.B. Bentley: 1973-1974), "King's Crossing" (Nan Hollister: 1982), "Newhart" (Joanna Loudon: 1982-1990). TV Appearances: "Kraft Suspense Theatre", "Get Smart", "That Girl", "The Wild Wild West", "Bonanza", "Lancer", "The Bill Cosby Show", "Mary Tyler Moore", "Hawaii Five-O", "Cannon", "Apple's Way", "Quincy", "Fantasy Island", "The Incredible Hulk", "The Rockford Files", "Hotel", "The New Mike Hammer", "The Hitchhiker", "Burke's Law", "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman", "Diagnosis: Murder", "Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction."
Days Airdates: Recurring: April 3, 1974-April 7, 1975. Contract: April 22, 1975-November 24, 1978. Recurring: January 22, 1979-September 21, 1979.
Died: September 23, 1998 at the age of 55 in Beverly Hills, California of heart failure.

Holly Gagnier (Ivy Jannings)
Birthplace: Los Angeles, California...Birthday: December 12, 1958.
Personal: One child from previous marriage to David Guillod.
Filmography: TV Series: "One Life to Live" (Cassie Buchanan: 1987-1988), "Baywatch" (Gina Pomeroy: 1989-1990). TV Appearances: "Quincy, M.E.", "Fantasy Island", "The Facts of Life", "T.J. Hooker", "The A-Team", "Charles in Charge", "Murder, She Wrote", "Valerie", "Wings", "ER", "Friends", "Pacific Blue", "Dharma & Greg", "Crossing Jordan", "90210", "House", "Private Practice", "Ringer." Movies: "Girls Just Want to Have Fun", "The Last Hero", "Fashionably L.A."
Days Airdates: Recurring: January 17, 1985-April 5, 1985. Contract: April 9, 1985-April 9, 1986. Recurring: May 12, 1986-January 9, 1987.
Recently: Continues to act.

Joseph Gallison (Neil Curtis)
Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts...Birthday: March 9, 1935.
Personal: Wife: real estate agent Melisa Evans (married 11/15/80).
Filmography: TV Series: "Another World" (Bill Matthews: 1964-1969), "One Life to Live" (Tom Edwards: 1969-1971), "Where the Heart Is" (Dr. Hollis Forbes: 1972), "Return to Peyton Place" (Steve Cord: 1972-1974). TV Appearances: "Maverick", "Cheyenne", "77 Sunset Strip", "Flipper", "Dragnet", "Quincy M.E.", "Silk Stalkings", "One Tree Hill."
Awards: Daytime Emmy nomination (supporting actor, 1979).
Days Airdates: Recurring: February 13, 1974-April 21, 1975; Contract: April 22, 1975-October 16, 1991.
Recently: Retired from acting since 1995 (has made several appearances on "One Tree Hill" since). Now lives in Wilmington, North Carolina and teaches acting classes.

Joy Garrett (Jo Johnson)
Birthplace: Forth Worth, Texas...Birthday: March 2, 1945.
Personal: Was engaged to actor Thomas Allard at the time of her death.
Filmography: TV Series: "The Young & the Restless" (Boobsie Austin: 1983-1985). TV Appearances: "Charlie's Angels", "Quincy, M.E.", "The Incredible Hulk", "Too Close For Comfort", "The Dukes of Hazzard", "Archie Bunker's Place", "Alice", "Remington Steele", "Magnum, P.I.", "Night Court", "Dynasty", "Murder, She Wrote", "Star Trek: The Next Generation." Movie: "Who?"
Awards: SOD Award (supporting actress, 1989).
Days Airdates: Recurring: February 12, 1987-April 10, 1987. Contract: April 14, 1987-October 12, 1989. Recurring: October 19, 1989-January 9, 1990. Contract: January 16, 1990-January 12, 1993.
Died: February 11, 1993 at the age of 47 in Los Angeles, California of liver failure.

Justin Gaston (Ben Rogers)

Birthplace: Pineville, Louisiana...Birthday: August 12, 1988.
Personal: Wife: actress Melissa Ordway (married 9/22/12). Began career as a model. For a brief time, he was the opening act for "American Idol" winner Kris Allen.
Filmography: TV Series: "Nashville Star" (Contestant: 2008), "If I Can Dream" (Himself: 2010). TV Appearances: "Hannah Montana", "Glee", "Single Ladies", "The Client List." Movie: "Game Change."
Days Airdates: February 26, 2014-May 16, 2014.
Recently: Continues to act.

Coleen Gray (Diane Hunter)

Birthplace: Staplehurst, Nebraska...Birthday: October 23, 1922.
Personal: Widow of Joseph Zeiser. 2 children: daughter Susan Amateau (from previous marriage to Rodney Amateau); son Bruce Bidlack (from previous marriage to William Bidlack). Real name: Doris Jensen. Retired from acting in 1986 and later worked with a prison ministry.
Filmography: TV Series: "Bright Promise" (Ann Boyd Jones: 1969-1970). TV Appearances: "Mike Hammer", "Playhouse 90", "Tales of Wells Fargo", "Lawman", "Maverick", "Have Gun Will Travel", "Rawhide", "Alfred Hitchcock Presents", "77 Sunset Strip", "Mister Ed", "The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet", "Perry Mason", "The Virginian", "My Three Sons", "Bonanza", "Family Affair", "The Name of the Game", "Adam 12", "The Bold Ones", "Mannix", "Ironside", "Emergency", "McCloud", "Whiz Kids", "Tales From the Darkside." Movies: "State Fair", "Red River", "Kiss of Death", "Nightmare Alley", "Riding High", "The Sleeping City", "Kansas City Confidential", "The Vanquished", "The Killing", "The Leech Woman", "The Phantom Planet", "P.J.", "The Late Liz", "Forgotten Lady", "Mother."
Days Airdates: April 13, 1966-December 27, 1967.
Died: August 3, 2015 at the age of 92 in Los Angeles, California.

Regina Gleason (Kitty Horton)

Birthplace: Oregon...Raised: San Diego, California...Birthday: May 22, 1928.
Personal: Single. Two daughters from a previous marriage: Jennifer and Julie.
Filmography: TV Series: "Bright Promise" (Sylvia Bancroft: 1971). TV Appearances: "The Range Rider", "The New Adventures of China Smith", "Captain Midnight", "Death Valley Days", "Highway Patrol", "Yancy Derringer", "Sea Hunt", "Johnny Ringo", "Dennis the Menace", "M Squad", "The Rifleman", "Have Gun, Will Travel", "The New Loretta Young Show", "Ben Jerrod", "Perry Mason", "Bonanza", "Laredo", "Ironside."
Days Airdates: August 31, 1967-November 28, 1969. Recurring: May 1, 1972.
Recently: After leaving acting in 1976, she became a real estate agent in Beverly Hills, California.

Staci Greason (Isabella Toscano Black)
Birthplace: Evergreen, Colorado...Birthday: May 23, 1964.
Personal: Single.
Filmography: TV Appearances: "Likely Suspects", "Joe's Life", "Brimstone." Movies: "Terror Night", "Friday the 13th, Part 7", "Mr. Write", "Goldilocks and the Three Bears", "The Goodbye Place."
Days Airdates: Recurring: October 16, 1989-December 8, 1989. Contract: December 11, 1989-October 28, 1992. Recurring: May 31, 1995-August 4, 1995; July 31, 2000-August 3, 2000; June 18, 2002-March 26, 2003; October 20, 2010-November 19, 2010.
Recently: Returned for brief visits on "Days" in 2003 and 2010. Now writing poetry/children's literature/novels, including "The Last Great American Housewife."

Brian Green (Alan Brand)
Birthplace: Columbus, Indiana...Birthday: March 9, 1962.
Personal: Single. Now uses his full name (Brian Lane Green) professionally.
Filmography: TV Series: "Another World" (Sam Fowler: 1991-1993), "All My Children" (Brian Bodine: 1993-1994). TV Appearances: "Highway to Heaven", "Hotel", "Murder, She Wrote", "Matlock", "Nearly Departed", "Just the Ten of Us", "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch."
Awards: Tony nomination (lead actor for "Starmites", 1989).
Days Airdates: Recurring: December 1, 1987-March 11, 1988. Contract: March 22, 1988-June 22, 1988.
Recently: A cabaret singer/actor in Broadway musicals and a playwright.

Jeff Griggs (Jude St. Clair)
Birthplace: Alamogordo, New Mexico...Birthday: March 27, 1963.
Personal: Single.
Filmography: TV Series: "Eden" (Grant Sinclair: 1993). TV Appearances: "Renegade", "Babylon 5", "Beverly Hills, 90210", "Silk Stalkings", "dr. vegas", "24", "Scrubs", "Desperate Housewives." Movies: "Breaking Point", "CIA Code Name: Alexa", "I Am My Resume", "Left Turn."
Days Airdates: Recurring: October 10, 1995-November 24, 1995. Contract: November 28, 1995-March 22, 1996.
Recently: Continues to act on occassion. He also sells his own oil paintings at

Richard Guthrie (David Banning)

Birthplace: Honolulu, Hawaii...Birthday: May 6, 1950.
Personal: Single.
Filmography: TV Series: "General Hospital" (Dr. Addison: 1989). TV Appearance: "Knots Landing."
Days Airdates: Recurring: July 18, 1975-July 25, 1975; Contract: July 31, 1975-August 25, 1980.
Died: October 29, 1995 at the age of 45 in Orange County, California of a bad combination of heart medications.
Ivan G'Vera (Ivan Marais)
Birthplace: Prague, Czech Republic...Birthday: April 1, 1959.
Personal: Wife: Renata, a doctor (married 8/31/90). Real last name: Splichal. Moved to America in 1978.
Filmography: TV Appearances: "Hunter", "Murphy Brown", "Alien Nation." Movies: "Going Under", "The Hunt for Red October", "Casino Royale."
Awards: SOD nomination (male scene stealer, 1998).
Days Airdates: Recurring: December 20, 1991-May 26, 1993. Contract: June 2, 1993-March 18, 1999. Recurring: June 14, 1999-February 22, 2000; September 21, 2011-September 22, 2011.
Recently: Has since returned to his native Czech Republic and is acting there.

Tom Hallick (Maxwell Hathaway)
Birthplace: Buffalo, New York...Birthday: June 13, 1941.
Personal: Wife: Nadine (married 2004). One daughter, Ashley (10/22/69), from a previous marriage.
Filmography: TV Series: "Search" (Harris: 1973), The Young and the Restless" (Brad Elliot: 1973-1975), Entertainment Tonight" (Host: 1981). TV Appearances: "Ironside", "Mannix", "CHIPS", "The Love Boat", "Hart to Hart", "Mike Hammer", "Simon & Simon", "Crazy Like a Fox", "The Fall Guy", "Dynasty", "Matlock", "Coach", "Murder, She Wrote", "Bram and Alice", "Cold Case", "Nip/Tuck." Movies: "Satan's Mistress", "My Favorite Martian", "Dante's Inferno."
Days Airdates: May 15, 1984-October 12, 1984.
Recently: Continues to act.

James Hampton (Saul Taylor)

Birthplace: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma...Birthday: July 9, 1936.
Personal: Wife: Mary Deese (married 6/30/02). 2 children (from a previous marriage), including son Brett Graham (born 5/29/63). Appeared as a contestant on the debut week of "Password" in 1961.
Filmography: TV Series: "The Doris Day Show" (Leroy B. Simpson: 1968-1969), "The Red Hand Gang" (Kidnapper: 1977), "Mary" (Various Roles: 1978), "B.A.D. Cats" (Link: 1980), "Maggie" (Len Weston: 1981). TV Appearances: "Gomer Pyle", "Gunsmoke", "F Troop", "Love, American Style", "The Rockford Files", "The Dukes of Hazzard", "Who's the Boss?", "Murder, She Wrote", "Punky Brewster", "Mama's Family", "Perfect Strangers", "Newhart", "Full House", "The Hogan Family", "Melrose Place", "Hope & Gloria", "Fired Up." Movies: "The Longest Yard", "The Cat From Outer Space", "Teen Wolf", "Teen Wolf Too", "Police Academy 5", "Sling Blade", "Fire from Below", "Jacob", "The Association", "The Last Ride."
Awards: Golden Globe nomination (most promising newcomer, 1975).
Days Airdates: April 20, 1989-August 14, 1989.
Recently: Became a director in the 1990s. Now lives in Dallas, Texas.

Mark Hapka (Nathan Horton)

Birthplace: Buffalo, New York...Birthday: May 29, 1982.
Personal: Dating: actress Linsey Godfrey (Caroline Spencer on "The Bold and the Beautiful"). 
Filmography: TV Appearances: "Days of Our Lives" (as Adult Johnny DiMera, 2007-2008), "Nip/Tuck", "Ghost Whisperer", "Greek", "Hannah Montana", "Cold Case." Movies: "Good Time Max", "Second Sight", "The Danny McKay Project", "Beyond the Mat", "Sighting", "23 Blast."
Days Airdates: June 17, 2009-March 28, 2011.
Recently: Continues to act.

Dianne Harper (Leslie James)

Birthplace: Tulsa, Oklahoma...Birthday: July 6, 1944.
Personal: Husband: Robert Cook.
Filmography: TV Series: "Lovers and Friends." TV Appearances: "Marcus Welby, MD", "Emergency!", "Ironside". "Adam-12", "Happy Days", "The Rockford Files." Movies: "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan."
Days Airdates: May 5, 1980-March 9, 1981.
Recently: Has not acted since 1982. Now retired and lives in New Mexico.

Lindsay Hartley (Arianna Hernandez)

Birthplace: Rancho Mirage, California...Birthday: April 17, 1978.
Personal: Husband: actor Justin Hartley (married 5/1/04). Daughter: Isabella Justice (born 7/3/04). Maiden name: Korman.
Filmography: TV Series: "Passions" (Theresa Lopez Fitzgerald: 1999-2008), "All My Children" (Cara Martin: 2010-2011). TV Appearances: "The Weakest Link", "CSI", "Smallville." 
Awards: 3 SOD nominations (newcomer, 2000; younger lead actress, 2003; triangle, 2005).
Days Airdates: August 28, 2009-November 8, 2010.
Recently: Continues to act.

Gabrielle Haugh (Jade Michaels)

Birthplace: Sacramento, California...Birthday: January 7, 1996.
Personal: Single. Started out her career as a model.
Filmography: TV Movies: "Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?" Movies: "The Midnight Man."
Days Airdates: January 17, 2017-July 14, 2017.
Recently: Continues to act.

Bill Hayes (Doug Williams)

Birthplace: Harvey, Ilinois...Birthday: June 5, 1925.
Personal: Wife: actress Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie) (married 10/12/74). 5 children from a previous marriage: Carrie (born 3/21/48), William Jr. (born 10/28/49), Cathy (born 3/51), Thomas (born 5/54), Margaret "Peggy" (born 1/12/56). Notable singer: "The Ballad of Davy Crockett." Also played Doug's brother, Byron Carmichael from July-August 1979.
Filmography: TV Series: "Your Show of Shows" (1950-1953), "Oldsmobile Music Theater" (1959). TV Appearances: "Armstrong Circle Theatre", "The United States Steel Hour", "The Bell Telephone Hour", "The DuPont Show of the Week", "Cade's County", "Hooperman", "Matlock", "Frasier."
Awards: 2 Daytime Emmy nominations (lead actor, 1975, 1976); SOD Award (lead actor, 1977).
Days Airdates: Recurring: February 18, 1970-May 22, 1970; Contract: May 28, 1970-March 19, 1984. Recurring: April 4, 1986-April 17, 1987; January 28, 1993; December 24, 1993-December 26, 1994; November 7, 1996-November 14, 1996; September 3, 1999-February 18, 2003; January 16, 2004-February 9, 2006; December 26, 2006-December 31, 2008; December 24, 2009-Present.
Recently: Recurring on "Days of Our Lives" as Doug Williams.

Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie Williams)

Birthplace: San Francisco, California...Birthday: July 11, 1943.
Personal: Husband: actor Bill Hayes (Doug) (married 10/12/74). Real last name: Seabold.
Filmography: TV Series: "General Hospital" (Dorothy Bradley: 1963), "The Young Marrieds" (Carol West: 1965-1966), "The Young & the Restless" (Joanna Manning: 1984-1990, 2005, 2006, 2010), "Sunset Beach" (Patricia Steele: 1999). TV Appearances: "Wyatt Earp", "Surfside 6", "Cheyenne", "Hawaiian Eye", "Bronco", "77 Sunset Strip", "Perry Mason", "Redigo", "Death Valley Days", "Bonanza", "Wagon Train", "The M.A.N. From Uncle", "The FBI", "Twelve O'Clock High", "Mr. Terrific", "The Fugitive", "Dragnet", "Felony Squad", "The Wild Wild West", "Adam-12", "Ironside", "Emergency!", "Matlock", "Platypus Man." Movies: "The Tijuana Story", "California", "Gunfight at Comanche Creek", "Billie", "If He Hollers, Let Him Go!", "Angel in My Pocket", "Wrestling With God", "The Dream Machine."
Awards: 4 Daytime Emmy nominations (lead actress, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979); 2 SOD Awards (lead actress, 1977; heroine, 1977).
Days Airdates: Recurring: December 11, 1968-March 3, 1969; Contract: March 11, 1969-March 19, 1984; January 8, 1990-January 28, 1993. Recurring: December 24, 1993-December 26, 1994; November 7, 1996-November 15, 1996; September 3, 1999-February 18, 2003; January 16, 2004-February 9, 2006; December 26, 2006-December 31, 2008; December 24, 2009-Present.
Recently: Recurring on "Days of Our Lives" as Julie Williams.

Rick Hearst (Scott Banning)
Birthplace: Howard Beach, New York...Birthday: January 4, 1965.
Personal: Wife: dancer Donna Smoot (married 6/9/90). 2 sons: Nicholas Charles (born 6/26/91) and Cameron James (born 7/16/95). Real last name: Herbst.
Filmography: TV Series: "Guiding Light" (Alan-Michael Spaulding: 1990-1996), "The Young & the Restless" (Matt Clark: 2000-2001), "The Bold & the Beautiful" (Whip Jones: 2002), "General Hospital" (Ric Lansing: 2002-2009), "The Bold & the Beautiful" (Whip Jones: 2009-Present), . TV Appearances: "Beverly Hills, 90210", "Jenny", "Maggie Winters", "Charmed", "Castle."
Awards: 3 Daytime Emmy Awards (younger actor, 1991; supporting actor, 2004, 2007). 5 Daytime Emmy nominations (supporting actor, 1992, 1993, 1995, 2005; fan award/villian, 2002). 2 SOD Awards (villain, 2001; supporting actor, 2005); 4 SOD nominations (younger actor, 1992, 1993; lead actor, 1996; new couple, 2005).
Days Airdates: June 16, 1989-May 17, 1990.
Recently: Appearing as Whip Jones on "The Bold and the Beautiful."

Shelley Hennig (Stephanie Johnson)

Birthplace: Destrehan, Louisiana...Birthday: January 2, 1987.
Personal: Single. Hennig was Miss Teen USA in 2004.
Filmography: TV Series: "The Secret Circle" (Diana Meade: 2011-2012). TV Appearance: "Passions" (2005).
Awards: 2 Daytime Emmy nominations (younger actress, 2010, 2012).
Days Airdates: April 20, 2007-April 6, 2011. Recurring: February 15, 2017-February 16, 2017.
Recently: Continues to act.

Lynn Herring (Lisanne Gardener)
Birthplace: Enid, Oklahoma...Birthday: September 22, 1957.
Personal: Husband: actor Wayne Northrop (ex-Roman Brady & ex-Alex North on "Days"), (married 5/9/81). 2 sons: Hank Wayne (1/9/91) and Grady Lee (7/20/93). Real first name: Sheryl.
Filmography: TV Series: "General Hospital/Port Charles" (Lucy Coe: 1986-1992, 1992-2003), "As the World Turns" (Audrey Coleman: 2009). TV Appearances: "Quincy, M.E.", "Matt Houston", "Mike Hammer", "Hotel", "Airwolf", "T.J. Hooker", "Riptide", "The Colbys", "L.A. Law." TV Movie: "Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story."
Awards: 2 Daytime Emmy nominations (supporting actress, 1990, 1992). 5 SOD Awards (villainess, 1989, 1991, 1992; hottest female, 1996; lead actress, 1999). 1 SOD nomination (villainess, 1990).
Days Airdates: April 2, 1992-October 30, 1992.
Recently: Has not acted since 2009. Enjoying time with her husband and two sons on their ranch in California.

Richard Hill (Kyle McCullough)

Birthplace: Harlan, Kentucky...Birthday: January 26, 1953.
Personal: Wife: Barbara Kilness (married 10/20/84). Three children: Richard Gantry (3/27/85), Ryan Garrett (6/26/87), Hayley Elizabeth (9/6/91).
Filmography: TV Appearances: "Charlie's Angels", "Magnum, P.I.", "Cheers", "The Dukes of Hazzard", "Matlock", "Hunter", "JAG." Movie: "Liar Liar."
Days Airdates: Recurring: July 25, 1980. Contract: August 20, 1980-December 30, 1980.
Recently: Last acted in 2002. Now a writer. Co-wrote Pete Rose's autobiography "My Prison Without Bars."

Ashlee Holland (Crystal Miller)

Birthplace: Portland, Oregon...Raised: Roanoke, Virginia...Birthday: June 18, 1979.
Personal: One son, Justin. Dating: Maurice. Appeared as a dancer in many music videos. Won her role on "Days" by winning "I Wanna Be a Soap Star" in 2007. Now uses the name Holland Reid professionally.
Filmography: TV Series: "I Wanna Be a Soap Star" (Contestant: 2007). TV Appearances: "Kitchen Confidential", "Criminal Minds." Movies: "The Hot Chick", "The Premiere", "Moving Day."
Days Airdates: December 26, 2007-February 1, 2008.
Recently: Continues to act.