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August 05th 2011:DAYS stars Deidre Hall, Drake Hogestyn, and Molly Burnett

Days of our Lives will welcome John and Marlena back to Salem later this summer, and daytime icons Deidre Hall and Drake Hogestyn visit Soap Central Live to tell fans all about it. The daytime Supercouple will share their favorite DAYS moments and preview what's being called DAYS 2.0. Then, DAYS' Molly Burnett (Melanie Jonas) drops by to talk about her love of Twitter and her third anniversary as a member of the DAYS cast. It’s an hour of memories and excitement that no DAYS fan will want to miss.

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Deidre Hall

Hall created the role of Dr. Marlena Evans in 1976, a character whose popularity has created a furor and a fan following seldom seen in television. In 1986, Hall became the first performer ever to star in both daytime and primetime series when she was cast as Jesse Witherspoon in NBC's Our House. She left daytime the following year to concentrate on this show and a growing career in television movies. Hall was nominated for two Peoples Choice Awards for Our House and was nominated two consecutive years as Best Actress by Viewers for Quality Television. In 1993, Hall created Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story, in which she not only starred but executive produced as well. The tele-
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Drake Hogestyn

Drake Hogestyn had every intention of becoming a doctor if his career as a professional baseball player didn't pan out. A gifted athlete, scholarships provided his college education. He graduated with a double major in microbiology and applied sciences from the University of South Florida. He was also drafted by two pro baseball organizations: the St. Louis Cardinals and the New York Yankees. Drake signed with the Yankees as a third baseman and was climbing the farm system ladder when he sustained a career ending injury. At the same time, Columbia Pictures was heading up a national talent search. The director in charge encouraged Drake to fly to Los Angeles to participate in an intensive
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