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Christopher Sean Joins 'Days of our Lives' as Baseball Player Paul Narita on November 7

Christopher Sean has been cast as baseball player Paul Norita on Days of our Lives.
Christopher Sean has joined the cast of NBC soap opera Days of our Lives. He will be playing Paul Narita.

Paul is the character described in a casting call for "Micah" earlier this year: "The show is seeking a 24-30 year old gorgeous Hispanic or Asian male. Micah is a baseball player with fantastic looks and killer charm making him irresistible. He is masculine and charming but authentic so as not to come off as a 'playa' or slick."

Days' Daniel gets a hush-hush new patient on Friday, Nov. 7.
Later, a casting call for Micah's mother, "Tori Norita," was posted: "A gorgeous Japanese woman between the ages of 40 and 50 to play Tori Norita. She is the proud mother of a 25-year old son and lives in Japan, but longs to be in the States with her son to support his career."

The character of Paul will debut on Days on November 7, with Tori appearing later.

A former Mr. Asia USA (2007), Sean's credits include The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Twiharder and The Mindy Project. He has also appeared in Hollywood Heights and The Bold and the Beautiful. He recurs as Gabriel Waincroft in CBS' Hawaii Five-0, and will next appear on October 17.

Check out Sean's theatrical reel below:



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Comments

RSmith said…
I hope Mia Korf is cast as his mom.
Bella10 said…
I am still mourning James Scott and his exit from Days of Our Lives. His character was the ONLY reason that I have watched DOOL for the last 5 years. Christopher Sean's character and his storyline interests me. I am also delighted to see Asian representation on the show, they need to expand in this area. I must confess that Christopher Sean is alarmingly handsome and I will watch another 30 days.

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