‘Y&R’ Casting a Number of Roles

'Y&R' Casting a Number of Roles

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — In addition to the previously reported search for a name actor to portray the contract role of Clay, "The Young and the Restless" is also seeking actors to portray minor roles for what appears to be an upcoming court case.

According to information we've obtained, the show is looking for a Judge, a Bank Teller, a Juror and a Man mistaken for someone else. In that particular case, an educated guess would be someone mistaking the person for the recently "deceased" Cane Ashby (Daniel Goddard).

[JUDGE IRENE SALAZAR] 40s to 50s, LATINA, FEMALE. She is experienced, firm, and in total control of her courtroom. MULTIPLE EPISODES

[BANK TELLER] 30s, FEMALE, any ethnicity. Professional and friendly, she tries to help a customer. ONE EPISODE

[JUROR] Late 20s, FEMALE, any ethnicity. Pleasant, but a little tired, she is a single mother of 2-year-old twins. MULTIPLE EPISODES

[MAN] 30s, 6'3", approx. 220 lbs., dark brown hair. He reassures someone when they mistake him for someone else.

Airdates for these roles are unknown at this time.

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