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Daytime’s The Dead & The Killed Off


Phillip R. M. Chancellor II (1973-1976)

Stuart Brooks (1973-1983)

Phillip Chancellor III (1976-1989)

Dr. Steven Lassiter (1987-1989)

Cassandra Hall Rawlins (1988-1991)

David Kimble (1986-1991)

Dr. Scott Grainger (1987-1993)

Rex Sterling/Brian Romalotti (1987-1994)

Blade M. Bladeson (1993-1995)

Luan/Mai Yun Volien (1994-1996)

Nathan Hastings (1985-1996)

Sasha Green (1995-1997)

Dr. Joshua Landers (1996-1998)

Veronica Landers/Sarah Lindsey (1997-1998)

Antonio Viscardi (1996-2000)

Matt Clark (1994-2001)

Ryan McNeil (1991-2001)

Cassie Newman (1997-2005)

Bobby Marsino/Charles Robert Cassen (2003-2005)

Tom Fisher (2005-2006)

John Abbott (1980-2006)

Sheila Carter (1990-2007)

Drucilla Barber Winters (1990-2007)

D.A. William Bardwell (2006-2007)

Ji Min Kim (2006-2007)


Joe Roberts (1950-1955)

Katherine Roberts Holden (1950-1958)

Anne Benedict Fletcher (1956-1962)

Helene Benedict (1958-1966)

Julie Conrad Bauer (1962-1966)

Robin Lang Fletcher (1956-1967)

Margaret Scott & Benjamin Scott (1965-1968)

Miss Mildred Foss (1968-1970)

Stanley Norris (1969-1971)

Lee Gantry (1968-1971)

Leslie Jackson Bauer (1966-1973)

Elsie Miller Franklin (1956-1977)

Jackie Scott Marler (1976-1982)

Mark Evans/Samuel Pasquin (1981-1983)

Hillary Bauer (1977-1984)

Brandon Spaulding (1979-1985)

Bert Bauer (1950-1986)

Miss Sally Gleason (1983-1987)

Maureen Bauer (1993)

Phillip Spaulding (2004)

Ross Marler (1979-2005)

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Bill Bauer (1952-1969; 1977-1983)

Roger Thorpe/Adam Malik (1971-1980; 1989-2004)

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Meg Bentley Baldwin (1966-1973)

Phil Brewer (1963-1974)

Lucille March (1963-1976)

Susan Moore (1978-1983)

D.L. Brock (1983-1985)

Jessie Brewer (1963-1991)

Dawn Winthrop (1989-1991)

Edge Jerome (1990-1991)

Dominique Stanton Baldwin (1991-1993)

Bill Eckert (1991-1993)

B.J. Jones (1986-1994)

Frank Smith (1980-1994)

Michael/Stone Cates (1993-1995)

Dr. Steve Hardy (1963-1996)

Damian Smith (1993-1996)

Mary Mae Ward (1994-1996)

Lily Rivera Corinthos (1994-1996)

Dr. Pierce Dorman (1996-1997)

Katherine Bell (1993-1999)

Ruby Anderson (1979-2000)

Chloe Morgan (1999-2001)

Kristina Cassadine (2001-2002)

Dr. Rick Webber (1976-2002)

Summer Halloway (2002-2003)

Stefan Cassadine (1996-2003)

John Jacks (1996-2003)

**Dr. Karen Wexler (1992-2003) Killed off on Port Charles**

Zander Smith (2000-2004)

Lila Morgan Quartermaine (1978-2004)

Sage Alcazar (2003-2004)

A.J. Quartermaine (1979-2005)

Faith Rosco (2002-2005)

Danny McCall (2004-2006)

Dr. Tony Jones (1984-2006)

Courtney Matthews (2001-2006)

Off. Jesse Beaudry (2005-2006)

John Durant (2004-2006)

Justus Ward (1994-2006)

Manny Ruiz (2005-2006)

Diego Alcazar (2004-2006)

Dr. Alan Quartermaine (1977-2007)

Lorenzo Alcazar (2003-2007)

Special Class: Stavros Cassadine (1983; 2001)


Phillip Brent (1970-1981)

Dr. Charles Tyler (1970-1983)

Jenny Gardner (1981-1984)

Katherine Martin (1970-1985)

Jesse Hubbard (1981-1988)

Billy Clyde Tuggle (1977-1990)

Will Cortlandt (1988-1992)

Natalie Marlowe Dillon (1985-1993)

Mona Kane (1970-1994)

Travis Montgomery (1987-2000)

Simone Torres (2001-2006)

Dixie Cooney (1988-2007)

Phoebe Wallingford (1970-2005)

Gillian Andrassy Lavery (1997-2001)

Leo du Pres (1999-2002)

Trevor Dillion (1989-2005)

Edmund Grey (1992-2005)

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David Siegel (1968-1972)

Meredith Lord Wolek (1968-1973)

Tim Siegel (1969-1976)

Joe Riley (1968-1979)

Lt. Vincent Wolek (1968-1981)

Olympia Buchanan (1980-1981)

Tony Lord (1975-1983)

Samantha Vernon Garretson (1976-1984)

Didi O'Neill Buchanan (1984-1988)

Sarah Gordon Buchanan (1987-1992)

Megan Gordon Harrison (1988-1992)

Sloan Carpenter (1992-1995)

Luna Moody Holden (1991-1996)

Jenny Wolek (1975-1997)

John Carpenter (1996-1997)

Drew Buchanan (1983-1998)

Ian Armitage (1997-1998)

Mel Hayes (1997-1999)

Colin MacIver (2000-2001)

Mitch Laurence (1985-2003)

Sam Rappaport (1998-2003)

Gabrielle Medina (1986-2004)

Dr. Ben Davidson (1999-2004)

Alonzo Holden (1987-2004)

Keri Reynolds (2001-2004)

Jennifer Rappaport (2001-2005)

Paul Cramer (2003-2005)

Patrick Thornhart (1995-2005)

Margaret Cochran (2004-2006)

Demerest/Duke Buchanan (1992-2006)

ADA Hugh Hughes (2005-2006)

Dr. Spencer B. Truman (2005-2007)

Asa Buchanan (1979-2007)

Special Class: Victor Lord (1968-1976; 2003)

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Claire English Shea (1956-1971)

William Hughes (1956-1976)

Dr. Daniel Stewart (1958-1979)

Christopher Hughes (1956-1986)

Dr. David Stewart (1960-1991)

Bryant Montgomery (1987-2001)

Jake McKinnon (1999-2002)

Rose D'Angelo (2000-2003)

Hal Munson Jr. (1985-2006)

Jennifer Munson Donovan (1990-2006)


Addie Horton (1965-1974)

Daphne DiMera (1982-1984)

Dr. Tom Horton (1965-1994)

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thats would be...

on this l;ittle thing called a message board most of us adress eachother by our display name. and usualy we shorten it down. Example you ask? My username is JackPeyton. People call me jack on here. Jack isnt my name IRL, but it is on here. It use to be Degrassi, but i changed it. tahst the way it works.

ur username shortned is Ru.

k. thats it.

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