Here’s a list of the top exit and entrance news from all four daytime dramas. Find out if any of your favorite performers from yesteryear are returning to the shows you follow, or if any new actors or actresses have been cast in contract, recurring, or day-player roles.
Walt Willey, remembered as Jackson Montgomery on All My Children, will be bringing his former soap alter ego to General Hospital. Willey, who played Jack from 1987 to 2011, is set to appear on the soap in July.
Darin Toonder turns up as Dr. Montague. Look for the doctor to evaluate a Port Charles citizen. Toonder’s credits include guest spots on Ozark, All American, NCIS, and 9-1-1.
The Bold and the Beautiful
After being MIA for weeks Jennifer Gareis finally resurfaces on The Bold and the Beautiful. Look for Eric’s (John McCook) love, Donna Logan, to reappear on Wednesday, June 14.
Ryan Stroud is back for a couple more episodes as Trevor, the Forrester pilot. He airs Wednesday, June 14, and Friday, June 16, while steering the private plane transporting the fashion family and its employees to Rome.
Isabella Betwee and Jasmine Dampier play Skylar and Dakota, respectively, on Friday, June 16. The two women are Forrester Creations employees.
Days of our Lives
It’s double duty for two of Days of our Lives’ top actresses. Deidre Hall and Mary Beth Evans, who have played Marlena Evans and Kayla Johnson for decades, are branching out. The duo will appear as characters on an old soap called Body and Soul, which Abe (James Reynolds) and Whitley (Kim Coles) are watching on Wednesday, June 14. Hall portrays Charlamagne, and Evans plays Kassandra
The Young and the Restless
Kym Douglas, the real-life widow of Jerry Douglas who played John Abbott, will be making a special appearance on The Young and the Restless later this month. She’s set to play Zelda Wilford and be part of a special episode honoring the late Abbott family patriarch. Douglas previously appeared on The Bold and the Beautiful as Sharon in 2017.