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'Days of our Lives' Casting Twins to Play a Newborn Baby Boy


NBC daytime soap opera Days of our Lives issued a casting call on Wednesday for identical twins to share the role of a newborn baby boy.

[ NEWBORN IDENTICAL TWINS ]
7-9 LBS identical set of Caucasian twins - light hair and light eyes. Male or female to plays a newborn baby boy. Very small set of 6 months old twins PREFERRED but will also accept younger sets of twins as well. Multiple shows at under five scale.
The role is tentatively scheduled to start taping on Wednesday, October 22. Days of our Lives shoots its episodes several months in advance so baby will begin airing around March 2015.

But whose baby is it? Will one of the current female characters have a baby? Adopt a baby? Find a baby? Abigail? Paige? Nicole? Theresa? Kristen? Will the baby belong to a new character? Share your theories on how a baby boy might fit into an upcoming storyline in our Comments section below.

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Comments

RSmith said…
Probably Theresa and Brady's kid.
Essie1825 said…
It's probably going to be the fetus that was stolen from Theresa & implanted in Kristen!
Unknown said…
Maybe its going to be Abigils and EJ's baby after we know Chad is not smart enough to run Dimera enterprises.So new EJ shows back up for 50th anniversary celebration with his baby in his arms would not surprise me if he brough Nichole's child also they got to rebuild Dimera Famiy.
Anonymous said…
who's the new EJ?
Mandy Bazemore said…
THIS IS BRAYDEN BAZEMORE IF DAYS NEEDS ANOTHER BABY!!!!!

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