DC #762: INTERVIEW – Blake Berris on Days of Our Lives Exit and His Future


 

Tormented genius Nick Fallon was shot through the heart on NBC’s Days of Our Lives. Now everyone wants to know who’s to blame! On today’s Daytime Confidential podcast, Jamey Giddens and Luke Kerr welcome Blake Berris.

Jamey wastes no time before asking Berris if his diabolical character is really “dead-dead” this time. The guys then plunge right into a discussion about the controversial storylines Berris played out as Nick during his most recent DAYS stint — from gay bashing WilSon, to trying to rape Gabi, to almost being drowned by a trio of female avengers.

The talented actor updates DC on his plans beyond daytime. Will there be more writing and independent film in his future? You’ll have to download the podcast to find out!

Berris also gets real about what it was like to go head-to-head with the Days of Our Lives “establishment”, aka Alison Sweeney (Sami) and James Scott (EJ), in scenes. All this and more in this juicy podcast!

All this and much more on today’s Daytime Confidential podcast!

 

 

 


 

 

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    jezza

    Great interview, guys! Loved the insight into working with Alison Sweeney and James Scott and the Days hierarchy. I guess Nick really is dead this time. Blake is such a sweet, modest guy. I still remember when I ran into him on the street in Buenos Aires a year ago, he was completely astounded that I knew who he was and so graciously spent a few minutes chatting with me on the crazy bustling corner of 9 de Julio and Corrientes. I’m sure very big things — including an Emmy nomination next year — are in his future.

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    marknsprmo

    great interview! One highlight for me was his appreciation for Susan Hayes. She really ought to be brought back on contract. Now especially with all of the defections going on. Julie could really play havoc as well as provide a strong matriarchal character for the show.

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