Beemer played Shawn-Douglas Brady on Days of Our Lives and made his debut in the role on September 29, 2006.
He replaced Jason Cook, who had played the role since October 1999. In 2011, Beemer was part of the cast in the docu-reality show Dirty Soap, a new reality series following the real-lives of 5 fellow soap stars that documents both their personal and professional lives.
The wedding cake he chose was a unique pink ombre color -- it is dark pink on the bottom and fades to white on the top.
“He does have spectacular taste if I says so myself,” Nadia told us. ” But there was one point where she stopped him in his tracks.
Brandon has done extensive modeling and has now gotten into acting on the soap The Bold and the Beautiful. It was on in our breakroom on afternoon and I was like, Who is that?
Smith Hall has been used as a library, a chemistry laboratory, and a building for law classes. Cornelia Phillips Spencer wrote letters to state leaders and newspapers as part of her efforts to reopen the University. The house stood on the present site of the Carolina Inn and was owned by Mrs. The Widow Puckett House, built in 1796, is located on East Franklin Street. Puckett provided rooms, meals, and washed clothes for students when the student body became too large for Old East. James Phillips, mathematics professor and father of Cornelia Phillips Spencer, resided here for many years.
"Days of Our Lives" star Nadia Bjorlin, 34, brought daytime drama to her nighttime wedding and FOX411 has all the exclusive details.
The brunette beauty was surrounded by some of America’s biggest soap stars as she said “I Do” to entrepreneur Grant Turnbull, 29, at a private residence in Palm Springs Friday.
If you are the real fan of daytime television, you have no doubt seen the hunky, chiseled Wolf on NBC's blockbuster Days of Our Lives, Brandon Beemer, and the series; this guy portrays the part of ' Shawn Douglas Brady.' He was born in Eugene, Oregon on February 27, 1980, to his German and Irish ancestry parents.
While it's difficult to imagine now that would be doing anything other than modeling and TV, his first profession was a blue-collar can get, and served as a truck driver of the Coca-Cola bottling plant.
Unfortunately for him his career began, flourished and died in that decade. Counting on a studio system that hasn't had an original idea in years Steve thinks its a fine time to bring back all of his successful movies of the 1980's for another run 20 years later. The next thing you know Lance would be getting read for that N' Sync reunion and telling the world about it.