Farah Fath Galfond appeared on Days of our Lives for many years as Bonnie Lockhart’s daughter, Mimi, and she was involved in the high school story with Chloe, Shawn, Belle, and Philip back in the day. The actress was recently inspired by a co-star to speak out about what she experienced on the set all those years ago.
Farah Fath Galfond Speaks Out
On Wednesday evening, Arianne Zucker (Nicole) shared on X (formerly Twitter) the latest investigative story about the alleged behind-the-scenes harassment on the DAYS set, asking her followers, “What are your thoughts….” Fath Galfond responded, “You just inspired me to share my thoughts… Thanks, Ari!😘” Here are those thoughts, which she wrote in a five-part thread:
“I’m not on the cast anymore but I would love to sign the petition in spirit. These were my experiences too. It wasn’t until I switched shows that I realized not every set was like that…I had the particular misfortune of having Alarr direct my first ever “love” scene when I was 19. He was new so I was already nervous not having one of the other directors that I was used to.
“I was extremely modest and freaked out to be standing in my underwear in front of dozens of crew (aka men that had known me since I was 15…ew), and did Albert do or say one little thing to make me feel remotely at ease? Absolutely not. He pushed and pushed and pushed and pushed me on a particular issue, and was annoyed when I stood my ground.
“[Twenty] years later, and I still feel sad about that day yet happy I set a boundary. But MAN would it have been nice to have a WOMAN direct that scene and make sure I felt protected instead of exposed. It’s been hard for me to read the news. I guess I’m shocked he learned nothing after the me too movement. Or by…hello?? The cast & crew’s appalled reactions to him on [a] daily basis??
“I’m sorry to my former coworkers who’ve been dealing with this relentlessly for decades now. Proud of those who are finding their voice now. His time is up. Nice work ❤️🙏🏼”
Zucker responded to the thread saying, “Thank you Farah! Your words matter. Knowing you are not alone may not only start to ease what you and many others have gone through, but saying something is everything. Love you always! #Womentakingourpowerback MOVEMENT.”