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03 Dec 2012
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It’s been 12 years since Eric Brady called Salem home. His return to town couldn’t have come at a better time for his family and friends. His ex-Nicole is coming off an emotional breakdown, his twin sister Sami is torn between her love for EJ and Rafe, his mother Marlena’s paranoia about Kristen is out of control and his grandmother Caroline is battling Alzheimer’s. It seems like Eric may be the one who needs a priest (and maybe a therapist)! One thing that’s for sure, Eric is not the same person he was when he left Salem. Though he has a new outlook on life, Eric is haunted by something from his past. What happened to him while he was away? The soap will reveal some of what happened to Eric and led him on the path to the priesthood in mid-December.

TVSource Magazine spoke with Greg Vaughan on Friday about his character’s return to Salem, how he felt when he learned he was playing a priest, working with Alison Sweeney and why he passed on Days of our Lives last year.

TVSource Magazine: You’ve been at Days of our Lives a few months now. What’s it like working there?
Greg Vaughan:
Well let me tell you, there are some divas and drama queens to deal with. There’s some guys that have some issues. I just let the boys play and do their things, and I let the girls have their run and I just go to my room. [Laughs] No it’s been awesome. Every day is a good day. We have a lot of fun. They’re good people.

TVSource Magazine: There was a chance for you to join the show awhile back. Why did you pass on the role?
Vaughan:
In a way it wasn’t the right fit for me at the time. I was kind of exploring other opportunities. I had some irons and the fire and the timing was – well everything is about timing in life, and so it just kind of came about and wasn’t a good fit. It wasn’t right for me at that specific time. It was [still] really fresh after me leaving [General Hospital], so I said ‘Thanks [but] with all due respect, it’s just not right.’ And look how it’s worked out? I came back full circle and waited for the right one to stick. [Laughs]

TVSource Magazine: What can you share about your upcoming story?
Vaughan:
Hmm…what’s coming up – we’re definitely going to dive more into Eric and the past twelve years and where he’s journeyed along the way. The people who’ve come into his life and made such a huge impact and the choices to why he is and what he does in his choice of faith as a priest. It’s the journey that he experienced and now it’s the journey the audience is hopefully enjoying and that it’s trying to come on screen and see that. And people are hoping to stay turned and be drawn in a little bit and see what sparks going to happen.

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