Days of our Lives Arianne Zucker guest stars on DeVanity soap

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Arianne Zucker (Nicole, Days of our Lives; Julia, DeVanity)Arianne Zucker, who plays that undeniable vixen, Nicole on Days of our Lives, will be doing double duty very soon. She has just landed a guest starring role on the upcoming third season of DeVanity.  She will play role of Julia Regis, the twisted sister of DeVanity business rival Andrew Regis portrayed by real life husband Kyle Lowder.

“She will attack the women of the DeVanity family with full force when they least expect it,” said series creator Michael Caruso. “If you think you’ve seen Arianne play bad before, think again. She is definitely going to turn up the heat DeVanity style and cause trouble on a massive scale..."

"We are really looking forward to working with her. It will also be a fun opportunity for her to share the screen again with Kyle; I think the audience will be thrilled with her episode.”

Zucker will appear in episode six of the seven episode third season which also features Kyle Lowder (The Bold and the Beautiful/Days of our Lives), Gordon Thomson (Dynasty), Charlene Tilton (Dallas), Maxwell Caulfield (The Colbys) and Robin Riker (The Bold and the Beautiful).

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Zucker got her first role in a student film at AFI (American Film Institute) and, two months after shooting, auditioned for the role of Nicole Walker on the long running soap opera, Days of our Lives. Four months later, Arianne became the newest member of Days of our Lives and won the Soap Opera Digest Award in 2004 for Outstanding Villainess. Zucker has also worked on CSI Miami and in 2007 did a feature film called The Last Resort.

During her time on Days of our Lives, Zucker also has worked on the stage. She co-starred in a film-noir spoof written by Frank Semerano and John Rustan called The Tangled Snarl / Murder Me Once, performed at The Fremont Center Theatre in South Pasadena. She received rave reviews, most notably from the Los Angeles Times, portraying the character of Myra Fontaine. The show ran for seven consecutive months and received six awards at the ADA Awards (Artistic Director Achievement) including Best Ensemble Cast-Comedy. The play has since been published at Samuel French Inc., The House of Plays.

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DeVanity is a multiple award winning series, recently honored with six accolades at the 2012 LA Web Fest including Outstanding Producing, Directing, Writing, Cinematography, Editing, and Supporting Actress for Alexis Zibolis. Last month, the hit drama was awarded Best Soap Opera and Best Director at the 2011 Indie Intertube Awards. In less than a year of web presence, the sudser has garnered an additional twelve nominations from numerous organizations including the Indie Soap Awards, International Television Festival and Indie Intertube. The series, from Caruso/Portier Productions, will commence filming Season Three in June, with plans to release early 2013. For more information visit