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* Big Brother’s Candice Stewart appears on January 13 in scenes with Redaric Williams’ Tyler.

* “My Fair Wedding’s” David Tutera guest on Y&R beginning January 22 for two episodes.

Michael Muhney exits as Adam on January 30. The role will be recast.

* Hartley Sawyer exits Y&R and his role of Kyle Abbott in the new year, according to Soap Opera Digest.

* Ray Wise debuts as Ian Ward, Dylan’s biological father sometime around January 23.

* Billy Miller exits Y&R and David Tom, who previously played the role, will return as Billy Abbott. Miller finishes up on January 30 2014 and Tom will first be seen on February 3.

* Ex-“One Life To Live’s” Chris McKenna will be appearing on “Y&R” in the recurring role of Mark Harding. He begins taping on January 22 and will first appear on February 17. McKenna first announced his hiring on Twitter:

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js * Tristan Rogers returns to Y&R in the new year as Colin Atkinson. Rogers tweeted that he began taping on January 9 (his first airdate is February 5). //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js * Robert Craighead returns to the show as Judge Wayne on Monday February 3. * According to Soap Opera Digest, "Y&R" is looking to cast the contract role of Josh Williams, a man in his mid-to-late thirties who is good-looking and accomplished. He is a member of Paul's family and is an intelligent presence in business, who can 'out-maneuver even the shrewdest'. * "Y&R" is seeking to fill the role of polite Clarence, who is an upscale businessman in his 40s or early 50s - this is a two-day appearance. Follow Soaps.com on Twitter, and Soaps.com on Facebook. Come tweet and Facebook with us about "The Young and the Restless," all the other soap operas, "Dallas," "Grey’s Anatomy," "Revenge," and "Venice The Series." - Candace Young

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

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