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Comings and Goings – Week of September 7


Daytime's Revolving Door

Daytime’s coming and goings for the week of September 7, 2009.

The revolving door of Daytime is forever swinging and in the most recent weeks has been no exception. Newcomers, welcomed returns, and cameo appearances grace daytime screen in the coming months. How will these comings and goings effect your favorite show? You will have to tune in to find out!


Coming to Oakdale

Alexandra Chando returns as Maddie Coleman, Henry’s (Trent Dawson) sister. She returns to Oakdale on September 23.

Lesli Kay returns to Oakdale as Molly Conlan. Lesli is currently on The Bold and the Beautiful as Felicia Forrester and will appear on both soaps simultaneously.

Tamara Tunie returns as Jessica Griffin. Tamara last appeared on ATWT in 2007. She makes her return to Oakdale in October.

Maura West returns to the show after being on maternity leave. She returns as Carly Tenney in September.

Leaving Oakdale

Austin Peck leaves his role as Brad Snyder. He joined the show in 2007.


Leaving Salem

John Callahan (Richard Baker) is leaving Salem. Rafe (Galen Gehring) finds his dead body during the week of September 7.

Kevin Spirtas exits his role of Kevin Wesley on September 4.


Coming to Port Charles

Irene Roseen will be portraying fortune teller, Ramona. She previously played Madam Lore on Y&R in 2000. She debuts as Ramona on September 4.

Valerie Wildman comes to Port Charles as Diedre, a friend of Edward’s (John Ingle). She previously played Fay on Days of Our Lives. Diedre comes to town on September 3.


Coming to Genoa City

Wilson Bethel returns as Ryder. Kevin (Greg Rikaart) receives some surprising news about Ryder on September 4.

Beth Maitlin will portray Traci Connelly, Ashley’s (Eileen Davidson) sister. She will appear in Genoa City on September 3, 4, 9 and 10.

Byrne Offutt will appear as Dean Hunt, the dean at the University who clashes with Colleen, who applies for a job at the University. He appears on September 2.

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