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EXCLUSIVE: Emmy Winner Eileen Davidson To Guest Star On 'Youthful Daze'

Emmy winner Eileen Davidson will guest star in Youthful Daze.
Hit teen soap Youthful Daze has scored yet another Season 3 casting coup with the addition of Emmy winner Eileen Davidson, currently starring in daytime dramas The Young and the Restless and Days of our Lives. Davidson was named Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her brilliant performance as Kristen DiMera on NBC's Days of our Lives last year. In September, she returned to her original daily serial, The Young and the Restless, full-time as Ashley Abbott.

In addition to two concurrent daytime roles, Davidson is also an eagerly anticipated addition to the upcoming season of Bravo's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

She joins Youthful Daze in a mysterious guest starring role that is closely related to fellow Emmy Award winner Rick Hearst (General Hospital, Guiding Light).

"It is an honor to welcome Eileen Davidson into the Youthful Daze universe," said the show's creator and star, Bryan James. "She is going to shake up our canvas in ways only Eileen Davidson can. We look forward to her storyline beginning to air this spring."

Davidson and Hearst join other recent additions to Youthful Daze including Chrishell Stause (Days of our Lives), Trevor St. John (One Life to Live) and Bryan Craig (General Hospital).

Youthful Daze is set to release one new episode of Season 3 every Sunday night through next spring, 43 episodes in total.

Youthful Daze is available exclusively at www.YouthfulDaze.com.

The series stars Bryan James (Drew Castle), Jessica Osgood (Mallorie Watson), Ash Nair (Sean Mercer), Easton Schirra (Oliver Cardin), Ethan Daniel Corbett (Tommy Dinato), Sarah Hester (Becca Malone), David Loren (Cody Ryan), Jen Lilley (Natalie Cardin), Mike C Manning (Colin Morris), Brittany Underwood (Sheila Edmundson) and Jonathan Lipnicki (Tyler Dean). Guest stars include Reese Mishler (Randy), David A Gregory (Richie), Nic Robuck (Shane), Candice Moll (Tiffany), James Preston (Travis) and Jade Harlow (Monica).

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