Days of our Lives: Michael Sabatino Returns to Salem
Days of our Lives: Michael Sabatino Returns to Salem
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Now, there's another reason to watch Days of our Lives. Michael Sabatino, who played Lawrence Alamain on the NBC soap, will be returning to Salem to reprise his villainous character. There's no word yet on when or how he'll make his return but things can only get better from here.

Given the casting rounds these days, it appears that Days of our Lives is gradually getting back to its roots. As reported previously, Guiding Light star Crystal Chappell, has signed on to rejoin the cast of Days of our Lives to reprise her role as Dr. Carly Manning Alamain ---the love interest of Sabatino's Lawrence beginning this August. Ironically, Chappell and Sabatino are also real-life husband and wife. Then, there also the return of Vivian Alamain (Louise Sorel), Lawrence's aunt and the one who buried Carly alive. She will be wreaking havoc on Days of our Lives this coming September.

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Aside from Carly Manning, Lawrence was also linked to plenty of women, including Kimberly Brady, Lisanne Gardner, and Caroline Anna Brady.

During his three-year stint on Days of our Lives, Lawrence was involved in several crimes including, holding Frankie, Brady, Alice Horton, and Jack Deveraux prisoner, raping Jennifer Horton, trying to kill Bo Brady, hiring Taylor McCall to frame Bo for beating up a drug dealer and covering up Nicholas' role in Lisanne Gardner's death.

After working on Days of our Lives from September 1990 until October 1993 --- the year he was nominated for a Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Villain, Sabatino joined the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful as entrepreneur Anthony Armando from November 1993 to July 1995. Then he played the evil Dr. Jonathan Kinder on All My Children as well as the sleazy tabloid editor J. T. Cornell on Passions.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Soap Opera Digest
(Image courtesy of NBC)

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