Terrell Tillford has recently begun appearing as Dr. Carrington. We've seen him battling with Marlena over John's treatment and arching his eyebrows in a manner that suggests something more than straightforward medical concern. You may have seen him somewhere before he showed up on Days though. He's been appearing on TV shows regularly for the past fifteen years. This has included episodes of CSI: NY, Souldfood, Cosby, Shark and Bones. In a soap related note, however, he played David Grant from 1998-2001 on Guiding Light. In addition to being an actor, he also hold an MFA from Rutgers and is talented painter and art collector, putting on shows all around the world.
Tony Longo is another tough guy who showed up in Salem recently. In his brief time on the show he played DiMera henchman Carmine. His face should also be familiar to soap fans. He had a recurring role as Ray, the private investigator, on The Young and the Restless from 2002-2006. His list of appearance is impressive and stretches all the way back to the early 1980's with appearance on Laverne and Shirley, ChiPS, 1st & Ten and Fantasy Island. Since then, he's done sitcoms, westerns, courtroom dramas, cop shows, children's shows and appeared in films like How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Serving Sara, Road to Redemption and Mullholland Drive. The New Jersey native is well known by casting directors for his versatility work ethic.
A face less familiar to TV viewers, however, would be that of Sean Hankinson who will be portraying Ethan Blaine, an employee of Tony's. Although the New Mexico born actor already has had a short career on stage and appeared in small parts in several films, notably Cougar Club and Fun on Earth, he's more likely to be recognized for his part in the Michael Eisner produced internet serial, Prom Queen, in which he played the role of Ben.