Mickey Horton

Mickey Horton


Michael "Mickey" Horton I was a fictional character on the soap opera Days of our Lives. Mickey was played from November 1965 to January 2004 by actor John Clarke, briefly in 2004 by Richard Voigts, and was played by actor John Ingle from 2004 to 2006. He was also played by Kevin Dobson for a few episodes in 2008.

Read more about Mickey Horton:  Portrayer History, Fictional Character History, Recent Years, Death

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