Dr. Kayla Caroline Brady Johnson (formerly Deveraux) is a fictional character on the NBC daytime soap opera Days of our Lives. She made her first on-screen appearance on in 1982. Kayla was created by Pat Falken Smith as one of the original members of the Brady family. The role was originated in 1982 by actress Catherine Mary Stewart. The role is replaced in 1986 by actress Mary Beth Evans. Evans is most recognizable in the role as Kayla. She played the role from 1986-1992. Mary Beth Evans returned to play Kayla from 2006-2009. She announced her departure from the serial in 2009, and was dropped off canvas.
Kayla was an original member of the Brady family, a fictional family on the serial. She is widely known for her popular pairing with Steve Johnson. This relationship gave the couple the title of a famous super couple. Kayla was described as being the "good" girl of the serial. During her time on Days of our Lives, Kayla was extremely well received by television critics. Kayla Brady Johnson is one of the six Brady children. She is the daughter of the late Shawn Brady and Caroline Brady. She is the sister of Roman and Kimberly Brady, the half-sister of Bo Brady, and the sister of adopted brothers Frankie and Max Brady. She has been married three times, to Jack Deveraux and twice to Steve Johnson. Steve and Kayla have two children, a daughter Stephanie and a son, Joseph "Joe" Johnson (born on May 16, 2008). Mary Beth Evans returned to Days Of Our Lives for a short-stint on June 18, 2010 and then again on recurring status starting in December 2011.
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