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'Days of our Lives' Casting Two Teen Roles: Danielle and Mason


NBC's Days of our Lives is casting two new teen roles.

The show is seeking a beautiful brunette to play the contract role of Danielle, a 16 to 17-year-old who is described as loving and warm, but has experienced pain in her past. The casting notice describes the character as follows: "She, at times, can seem selfish and cruel and controlling when she is in certain social situations in which she feels backed into a corner. At her core though, she is a very good person."

Could this be a Ciara Brady recast?

Days is also seeking to find a 16 to 17-year-old actor to play the contract role of Mason, a quiet yet stunning teenager who has also suffered tremendous loss.

Is this a brand new character or might "Mason" actually be an aged Chase Jennings?

Stay tuned!

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