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DAYS: January 2011 Episode Rankings & Daily Cast Chart


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2011 Episode Rankings. The following is a listing of how many episodes each actor appeared in on "Days of Our Lives" in 2011 (1/1/11-1/31/11), out of a total of 21 episodes. http://www.jason47.com

For the daily cast chart, please visit http://www.jason47.com/days/castchart.html

Rank. Actor (Character) # of Episodes

1. James Scott (E.J. DiMera) 18

2. Arianne Zucker (Nicole Walker) 17

3. Galen Gering (Rafe Hernandez-16/Rafe Hernandez 2-1) 16

*. Joseph Mascolo (Stefano DiMera) 16

5. Molly Burnett (Melanie Layton Kiriakis) 15

*. Shawn Christian (Daniel Jonas) 15

7. Alison Sweeney (Sami Brady Hernandez) 14

8. Nadia Bjorlin (Chloe Lane Jonas) 12

*. Crystal Chappell (Carly Manning) 12

*. Mark Hapka (Nathan Horton) 12

11. Lauren Koslow (Kate Roberts DiMera) 11

*. Aaron & Griffin Kunitz (Johnny DiMera) 11

*. Suzanne Rogers (Maggie Horton) 11

*. Ty Treadway (Dr. Ben Walters) 11

15. Gina Gallego (Warden Jane Smith) 10

*. Jay Johnson (Philip Kiriakis) 10

*. Eric Martsolf (Brady Black) 10

*. Melissa Reeves (Jennifer Deveraux) 10

19. Kristian Alfonso (Hope Brady) 9

*. John Aniston (Victor Kiriakis) 9

*. Shelley Hennig (Stephanie Johnson) 9

*. Peter Reckell (Bo Brady) 9

23. Camila Banus (Gabi Hernandez) 8

*. Elizabeth & Mariam Tovey (Sydney DiMera) 8

25. Mary Beth Evans (Kayla Johnson) 7

*. Ellie & Rose Karchmer (Parker Kiriakis) 7

*. Louise Sorel (Vivian Alamain) 7

28. Casey Jon Deidrick (Chad Woods) 6

*. Renee Jones (Lexie Carver) 6

*. Chandler Massey (Will Horton) 6

*. Kamall Shaikh (Gus Pascal) 6

32. Robin Mattson (Lee Michaels) 5

*. Peggy McCay (Caroline Brady) 5

34. Mary Garripoli (Mary) 3

*. Campbell & Carolyn Rose (Allie Horton) 3

*. Eric Steinberg (Dr. Ron Kim) 3

*. Aloma Wright (Maxine) 3

38. Natalia Livingston (Taylor Walker) 2

39. Julian Barnes (Harold) 1

*. Lauren Boles (Ciara Brady) 1

*. Steven Bruns (Marco) 1

*. Judi Evans (Adrienne Kiriakis) 1

*. Wally Kurth (Justin Kiriakis) 1

*. James Reynolds (Abe Carver) 1

*. Josh Taylor (Roman Brady) 1

Credited guest stars appearing in less than 5 episodes:

Kevin Fry-Bowers (Burt)

Ed Marinaro (Leo)

Damian Raven (Det. Burt Winston)

Michael Rose (Pilot)

Al Sapienza (Detective Pierce)

Ty Vincent (Cop)

SCOTT NEARS RECORD James Scott (EJ) has led the monthly rankings for six months in a row (August 2010-January 2011). He is now tied for 2nd place on the all-time list (since January 1970). Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie, September 1974-March 1975) leads the list with 7 months and Scott is tied with Eileen Davidson (Kristen/Susan, January 1997-June 1997) at 6 months each.

NEW FOR 2011! SET LIST TOTALS FOR EACH MONTH

January 2011 Episode Set List:

Nurses' Station 19

DiMera Mansion 18

Industrial Pier/Nice Pier 15

Brady Pub 14

Kiriakis Mansion 13

Maggie's Kitchen 13

Rafe's Loft 13

Daniel's Apartment 11

Hospital Waiting Area 8

Boat 7

Johnny's Hospital Room 7

Warehouse 6

Caroline's ICU Room 5

Island Beach 5

Forest Clearing 4

Prison Infirmary 4

Stephanie's Apartment 4

Bo's Office 2

Cheatin' Heart 2

Hospital Board Room 2

Law Office Conference Room 2

Rafe's Hospital Room 2

Warden Smith's Office 2

Bus 1

Cabin 1

DiMera Basement 1

Hospital Chapel 1

Hospital Exam Room 1

Hospital Operating Room 1

Java Café 1

Kiriakis Jet 1

Nathan & Stephanie's Baltimore Hotel Room 1

Nathan's Bedroom 1

Phone for Bo (Limbo) 1

Plane 1

Police Station Interrogation Room 1

Rafe's Bedroom 1

Rafe's Car 1

Sami's Car 1

St. Luke's Church 1

Taylor's Hotel Room 1

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