Full detailed profile on Dylan "Mac" MacAvoy Played by Steve Burton on The Young and the Restless Daytime Soap Opera.
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Dylan "Mac" MacAvoy
Actor: Steve Burton
Who played Dylan "Mac" MacAvoy over the years
Steve Burton (January 29 2013 to present)
Useful information on Dylan "Mac" MacAvoy
* Did two tours of duty in Afghanistan.
Past: Bartender at The Underground
Past: Enlisted in Armed Forces
Dylan had an affair with Avery Clarke before she came to Genoa City. Avery believed Dylan had died on his second tour in Afghanistan.
Dylan located Avery in Genoa City after seeing her in a newspaper clipping with boyfriend Nick Newman regarding the opening of his new club, The Underground. Dylan came to Genoa City and checked into a motel, where he repeatedly looked at an engagement ring. The first person he ran into was Sharon at Crimson Lights. She gave him directions to Nick's club. Once there, Dylan introduced himself as Mac and offered his services as a contractor. Nick hired him to tend bar instead.
On Nick's grand re-opening night, Avery saw Dylan for the first time and was shocked. After, Dylan told her he stilled loved her and apologized for the way the reveal happened. Nick later confronted him as well. Dylan still hasn't opened up about what happened or where he's been since Afghanistan.
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At the ranch, Nikki and Dylan pat each other on the back for standing up to Ian Ward. Victor appears and complains he heard about their busy day secondhand. Dylan says Nikki helped Summer and that Ian is his father only by blood. Once alone, Victor complains to Nikki about the secrets in their marriage. They agree they love each other and want trust. Nick and Summer arrive. Victor reassures Summer before leaving. Summer tells Nikki she wants to confront Ward, but Nikki and Nick encourage her to vent her anger there instead. Summer pretends to confront Ian. Nikki is proud.
At the station, Paul tells Ian he'll be in an orange jumpsuit for a long time, but Ward laughs. He says Paul should be thanking him. Paul sneers at the idea. Leslie arrives - she's Ward's attorney. She says Paul has a conflict of interest and the case will be dismissed. Dylan arrives and asks Ian, alone, why he came back and did all of this. Meanwhile, Jack arrives - he wants the book thrown at Ward. Dylan and Ian emerge from Paul's office. Jack tells Ward he's Summer's father. Leslie goes to call the judge. Victor arrives and tells Ward he's the soon-to-be-worthless maggot on the bottom of his shoe. Ward says petty threats are for the weak. Jack and Dylan warn Victor the charges may not stick. Victor asks Dylan if he brought the package for Paul. Dylan nods. Victor says it's all Paul needs. Leslie returns saying Ward's case is dismissed, but Paul plays the recording of Ian's conversation with Nikki that proves extortion. Victor tells Ward to pray to stay behind bars or he'll deal with him his way. Jack says he and Victor agree on Ward. Victor tells Jack the FDA is opening an investigation into Bonaventure. Victor wonders when Jack will give up - he never loses. Meanwhile, Dylan thanks Paul and tells him Ian alluded to knowing a secret.
At Crimson Lights, Dylan fills Nick in on what happened at Ian's office. Nick says Nikki and Summer are fine - they're tough. Dylan agrees. He thinks Nikki put a lot on the line to try to get a confession. Nick says she's tougher than he knows. Dylan complains about Ian playing mind games to the end. He tells Nick how Ian said, "If you kill me, you'll never know." Nick thinks a guy will say anything when cornered.
At Crimson Lights, Avery tells Dylan she is glad about him and Nick, and that Ian Ward is locked up. "It's over." Dylan says it's not. He tells her about Ian's cryptic reference to a secret. He's determined to find out what he meant.