Full detailed profile on Abe Carver Played by James Reynolds on Days of Our Lives Daytime Soap Opera.
James Reynolds (NBC)
Actor: James Reynolds
Who played Abe Carver over the years
James Reynolds - (1981 - September 29, 2003; May 24, 2004 - present)
Useful information on Abe Carver
* Full name is Abraham Washington Carver.
Current: Mayor of Salem
Past: Salem Police Captain
Past: Salem Police Officer
Abe grew up in Salem with brothers, Theo and Jonah. His passion for justice started young, but amplified after Theo was killed by a crooked police officer. Abe joined the Salem Police Department determined to rid the city of, filth including international crime lord, Stefano DiMera.
Abe was the police officer who investigated Anna Brady's claim that she was sold into white slavery. She had reported the existence of her secret Swiss bank account to her husband, Roman Brady.
He had a relationship with a woman named Nikki Wade, but this was cut short after he stood her up at a debutante ball in favor of heading up a drug bust. Before Abe's promotion to police chief, he met and married Alexandra (Lexi) Brooks. Just after their marriage, Lexi went searching through Aremid's files for her adoption records. She found out that her mother (Frankie Brooks- AKA Celeste Perrault), whom she'd always thought was her aunt, was actually her mother. She also learned that Stefano DiMera was in actuality her birth father. Conflict has risen many times in Abe and Lexi's marriage due to the presence of Stefano.
His next major storyline involved the Aremid wedding of Peter Blake and Jennifer Deveraux. Abe was caught up in the investigation of Tony DiMera's murder. Abe and Lexi went to Paris to find Marlena when Stefano kidnapped her. They ended up finding and saving Marlena and catching Stefano but were unable to prosecute him, because only Stefano had a drug that would save Roman's life. Abe, Lexi, and John helped break Stefano out of jail and later he was pardoned for his crimes after returning to Salem with the drug Roman needed.
Later, Abe and Lexi adopted baby Isaac, thinking he was the child of Stefano's alcoholic niece, Marlo. Isaac was actually Bo & Hope's son who Stefano had switched at birth. Abe was later appalled to learn that Lexi knew of the switch, but hid the truth from him. Abe filed for divorce and after Lexi helped Hope Brady and her son Zack, Lexi and Abe reconciled.
Shortly after, Brandon Walker came to Salem with a deep hatred of Abe. Lexi slept with Brandon during a weak moment and became pregnant, not knowing who the child's (Theo) father was, but this was soon resolved. The baby was Abe's and they reconciled for good. Brandon's presence caused issues for Abe until it was revealed that he was Abe's son, by Faye Walker. After some time, Abe and Brandon embraced each other as family, and have since had a good relationship.
Abe was shot dead on the day of Theo's christening. He was the first victim of the 2003 Salem serial killer. (Marlena)
Months later he turned up on a remote tropical island, (melaswen/newsalem) which was a complete replica of Salem. His "ghost" started appearing to Celeste and Lexi, (this was not explained). He worked together with Roman and the others and got off the island. Abe was reunited with Lexi and Theo but went blind and learned he was impotent. His anger shone through and he became paranoid that Lexi was cheating with Tek. She wasn't at the time but did so soon after, and stopped her affair when Abe found out from the 'gloved one' (EJ Wells - Stefano and Susan's son) and their marriage was in turmoil for a while until he used Lexi in the EJ Wells investigation, then fell back in love with her. They stayed together.
Recently, Lexi disappeared and now Abe is bringing up Theo with Celeste. His eyesight has started to deteriorate and he recently underwent a second retina transplant. Lexi has been found (in the tunnels under Doug's Place and the DiMera mansion, where Tony has kept her all these months against her will) and is now awaiting word on whether this transplant has worked.
Abe's second retina transplant was a success!
Lexi and Abe were reunited and after going through some tough times with their working schedules, their son, Theo, was diagnosed with Autism. This caused strife between the two but they saw a therapist and worked on their relationship and family issues. They continue to work together to cope with Theo's Autism.
Abe quit his job as Police Commissioner and worked freelance for awhile before he ran for Mayor of Salem and won. He then appointed Bo Brady as police commissioner as his first act of duty. He and Bo vow to work together to make Salem a better, less corrupt city.
Recently, he was struck by the Salem mugger and is now working with Hope Brady and SPD in order to find out who this mugger is. It was found that Hope was the mugger while under the influence of a sleeping aid and Abe is relegated to the background, though he and Lexi recently discussed having another child.
Abe and Lexi met Chad Peterson-Woods, who is Stefano's son with now deceased Judge Madeline Peterson-Woods. Abe warned Chad to stay away from Stefano.
Abe decided to run for mayor once again and went up against EJ DiMera. EJ played a few rotten tricks on Abe, who has allowed Jennifer to retaliate and do what they can to ensure EJ stays out of office.
Alexandra Brooks Carver Married
Fay Walker (Mendez)
Alexandra Brooks Carver (dated then married)
Benjamin Carver (father - deceased)
Rita Carver (mother - deceased)
Theo Carver (brother - deceased)
Karen Carver (sister)
Jonah Carver (brother)
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At the Horton Square, Maxine talks about nursing being her savior. Daniel made work fun. He helped her put her life back together. She tears up and talks about being Jenn and Dan's biggest cheerleader. She wonders...who wouldn't root for them?
At the Horton house, Jennifer and Abe discuss Lexi. Abe remarks how much he misses her. Abe opens up about how he felt guilty having a good time with Maxine. Jennifer can relate. She shares about knowing when the time was right and urges him to live his life. "Now is all we've got."