Amelia Heinle (Victoria) began her career on soaps with the role of Steffy Brewster on LOVING in 1995 and the spin-off THE CITY from 1995-96. Heinle’s first non-soap role was as Darlene in the 1997 TV movie QUICKSILVER HIGHWAY. The spooky pic was based on short stories from masters of horror Stephen King and Clive Barker. She had a lead role in her next project, BLACK CAT RUN, a 1998 TV movie in which a gas-station attendant played by Patrick Muldoon (ex-Austin, DAYS) chases down convicts who kidnapped his girlfriend.
Daniel Goddard (Cane) got his start in HOME AND AWAY, an Australian soap opera set in Summer Bay, a small coastal town in New South Wales. In 1995, he played Eric Phillips, a bad boy with a fondness for steroids.
Bryton James’s (Devon) television career started in 1990 with the sitcom FAMILY MATTERS. He played little Richie Crawford, son of the widowed Rachel. He was Carl and Hariette Winslow’s nephew and idolized clumsy nerdy Steve “Did I do that?” Urkel.
In 2006 Genoa City newbie Cait Fairbanks (Tess) portrayed Gabby Walsh in UNTOLD STORIES OF THE ER, in which real-life doctors recalled bizarre emergency room visits. Fairbanks appeared in the episode “Director Down.”
From 2004-2006 Christel Khalil (Lily) was a regular on the animated fantasy series W.I.T.C.H. She provided the voice for Cornelia Hale, one of five teen girls who must guard the walls between parallel universes.
Doug Davidson’s (Paul) first roles were deadly tales set on campus. In 1977, the actor played Colin in Fraternity Row about the fatal hazing of a student. In 1978, he made an uncredited appearance as Tommy in INITIATION OF SARAH, a TV movie about a girl with telekinesis caught up in a sorority rivalry. The movie stars soap vet Morgan Fairchild, who joins DAYS as Anjelica this summer.
Mishael Morgan’s first role was Erotic Beauty in "The Code," a 2008 episode of M.V.P. Her first big role was as Robyn Crawford on the teen drama THE BEST YEARS.