They separated in 2007, but got back together in 2008.
In December 2009, the couple became parents to daughter Isabella.
First brought on to the show to romance good guy Eric Brady (first played by Jensen Ackles; now, Greg Vaughan), Nicole (Zucker) quickly proved herself capable of more.
Daytime Emmy nominee Zucker consistently rakes in the accolades for her portrayal—and should be a sure thing for a nomination (and possibly a win) come this year's ceremony. Arianne Zucker: It was about three and a half months before my first callback.
Although Daniel will soon be gone for good, you’ll still have a chance to see Shawn Christian in some new films.
Christian has spent the last few months on the set of several new movies, including “Hidden Truth” and “Last Seen in Idaho.” Based on Christian’s tweets, it looks like he’s been having a blast working on a comedy called “Savannah Sunrise.” It’s clear that Christian has been staying busy since he wrapped up his final scenes at “Days of Our Lives.” Arianne Zucker, who plays Nicole, has been delivering powerful performances as her character grieves for her love.
Arianne: Yeah, and they sent me eight pages of dialogue the night before to see if I could memorize all the dialogue. I remember, my first day we were out in Salem Place, when we used to have the outside set, and it's winter.
I happened to go to a wedding with my boyfriend at the time, and a junior agent there saw me and was like, "Is she an actress?
“Days of Our Lives” spoilers reveal that Melanie (Molly Burnett) will return to town for Daniel’s (Shawn Christian) funeral.
As Salem gathers to bid Daniel farewell, DOOL viewers will also have to say goodbye.
How we treat one another, whether behind closed doors, locker rooms or face to face, should be done with kindness, dignity and respect.
Unfortunately, there are too many people in power who abuse their position and disregard these simple principles and are rewarded for it.