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Pictured outside the Motown Museum in Detroit is the cast of Days of Our Lives and the Mosaic Children's Choir. (Photo by HB Meeks/Tell Us Detroit)

 


NBC’S ‘DAYS OF OUR LIVES’ STARS PAY A VISIT TO THE MOTOWN MUSEUM DURING THEIR SEARCH FOR A NEW CAST MEMBER IN DETROIT

DETROIT (Tell Us Det) - NBC’s daytime drama “Days of our Lives”  has partnered with Gleaners Community Food Bank, Local 4 and the MGM Grand Detroit to hold its first ever talent and fan search in Detroit on Friday, November 13th and Saturday, November 14th.

During their time in the “D” the cast told there show manager they would not leave Detroit without a stop and tour of the Historic Motown Museum and Hitsville USA. James Reynolds, who plays the role of Abe Carver, mayor of Salem on the daytime series said, “When you grew up with Motown as I did, this is a tremendous moment, this is like going to the White House.” Nadia Bjorlin, who plays the role of Chloe Lane on Days said, “Visiting the Motown Museum was defiantly on the top of our list.”



Friday, from 9:00am-7:00pm the talent search and fan event will be held at the MGM Grand Detroit The biggest DAYS fan will win a trip to Hollywood, California with a visit to the “Days of our Lives” set. Promising actors will have the chance to win a role on the award- winning show. On Saturday finalist auditions and announcement of talent search winner will be made. All of those participating in the search will have the opportunity to meet some of Salem’s favorite cast members including: Bryan Dattilo, James Reynolds, Nadia Bjorlin and Shawn Christian. Fans and aspiring actors alike are encouraged to come take part in this historic occasion.


Nadia Bjorlin, who plays the role of Chloe Lane on Days said, “Visiting the Motown Museum was defiantly on the top of our list.”
 (Photo by HB Meeks/Tell Us Detroit)

“Days of our Lives” is collaborating with Gleaners Community Food Bank for events through the week leading up to the main function on Friday. Gleaners is the third-oldest food bank in the I United States and their mission has been to turn surplus food, which otherwise would go to waste, into millions of meals for hungry people. Those involved from the show will not only get to discover new talent, but also have a hands-on experience helping the Detroit community. All participants are encouraged to bring a can of food or non-perishable donation to the event on Friday, November 13th

For more information on this exciting event, aspiring actors and fans can log on to:
http://www.nbc.com/Days_of_our_Lives/news/index.shtml 

About ‘Days of our Lives”
NBC’s “Days of our lives” will celebrate its 44th year on the air in November 2009 and has already garnered numerous Emmy Awards and nominations, as well as multiple “Soap Opera Digest” and “People’s Choice” Awards. The show’s success derives from its consistent commitment to excellence in writing and storytelling -- supported by a diverse ensemble of performers -- and an uncanny knack for anticipating viewer interests.
“Days of our Lives’ is produced by Corday Productions, Inc., in association with Sony Pictures
 

 

 
   

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