‘Days Of Our Lives’ Casts ‘General Hospital’ Alum Robb Derringer As Scooter Nelson, A Sex Addict

"Days of Our Lives" has a new recruit set to join the cast as Scooter Nelson. "General Hospital" alum Robb Derringer is all set to embark on a new role as a sex addict. How does he particularly feel about this role?

Robb Derringer, 49, has already been confirmed leaving the backyard of ABC for NBC as he is newly cast on "Days of Our Lives" as Scooter Nelson, a sex addict. Scooter was described as a good-looking, snooty math professor whose life revolves around his strong addiction to sex. It was already rumored earlier this year that Derringer signed a project for another network after he left "General Hospital" in January.

Derringer Reunites With A. Martinez

The good news was first hinted when the "General Hospital" alum tweeted last Sept. 30 a photo of him and "Days of Our Lives" mainstay A. Martinez on set with the caption: "Othello and Cassio together again. Had a wonderful reunion today with A. Martinez one of the most talented and true hearted people in the business." Martinez played the role of Eduardo Hernandez on "Days of Our Lives." The actors used to work together back in 2014 on Shakespeare play "Othello" at the Odyssey Theater in Los Angeles.

Taping Begins, Air Date In 2017

According to a report, the photo was taken during one of their tapings last month for eight episodes. Scooter is slated to finally make an appearance sometime in February or March 2017. There has been no confirmation, however, if Scooter and Eduardo already have scenes together. With the photo shown, it could be positive.

Robb Derringer As Kyle Sloane In "General Hospital"

In "General Hospital," Derringer played the role of Kyle Sloane who had notable participation in tampering votes to overthrow Felicia Scorpio (Kristina Wagner) and make Janice Lomax (Shari Belafonte) win the mayoralty election. His love interest is Anna Devane (Finola Hughes).

"Days of Our Lives" airs weekdays at 1 p.m. ET on NBC.


© 2022 iTech Post All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

More from iTechPost