Mike Horton

Mike Horton

The following are minor but notable fictional characters on the NBC soap opera Days of our Lives, whose connections to the major families are either weak or non-existent.

Read more about Mike Horton:  2000–2009

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Chris Kositchek - Prior Cast Members
... Victor Alfieri Franco Kelly 1996–98 Jed Allan Don Craig 1971–85 Jeremy Allen Jeremy Horton 1989 Krista Allen Billie Reed 1996–99 Brandon Amber ... King 1997 Jaime Lyn Bauer Laura Horton 1993-98, 2003, 2010 Michael Bays Julio Ramirez 1988–89 Jim Beaver Father Tim Jansen #2 1996–2002 Barbara Beckley ... Hoffstedder 1983–86 Elaine Bromka Stella Lombard 1992 Aimee Brooks Sarah Horton 1990–91 J ...
Mike Horton - 1980–1989 - Larry Welch
... Larry returned in 2002 when he again kidnapped Hope in an attempt to get his revenge on her, Bo and Victor ... He was presumed dead after a prison break, but in reality, was helping Nicole in her plans to murder Victor ...
List Of Days Of Our Lives Cast Members - Prior Cast Members
... Actor Character Duration Bryan Dattilo Lucas Roberts Horton 1993-2001, 2002-2010, 2012 James Acheson Jack Deveraux 1987 Jensen Ackles Eric Brady 1997–2000 Deborah ... King 1997 Jaime Lyn Bauer Laura Horton 1993-98, 2003, 2010 Michael Bays Julio Ramirez 1988–89 Jim Beaver Father Tim Jansen #2 1996–2002 Barbara Beckley Caroline ... Bromka Stella Lombard 1992 Aimee Brooks Sarah Horton 1990–91 J ...
Melanie Layton - Historic Minor Characters - 2010- - Mike Horton
... Mike Horton Days of our Lives character Portrayed by Kyle Puerner (1968–69) Wade Holdsworth (1969) Brian Andrews (1970) Bobby Eilbacher (1970) Eddie Rayden (19 ... Profile Occupation Doctor Residence Boston Family Parents Bill Horton Laura Spencer Siblings Jennifer Horton Lucas Horton Spouse Margo Anderman Carrie Brady Children Jeremy Horton ... Addie Horton Mickey Horton First cousins Sandy Horton Steven Olson Julie Williams Hope Williams Brady Melissa Horton (adoptive) Sarah Horton Dr ...

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