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Vincent Irizarry
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Full Name

Vincent Michael Irizarry


November 12, 1959


Queens, New York, USA





Years Active


Vincent Irizarry's daytime career began in 1983 when he joined Guiding Light as Brandon 'Lujack' Luvonaczek. Irizarry left GL in December 1985 after his character died then was let go and went on to join Santa Barbara for four years in 1986. In 1990, Irizarry left Santa Barbara and returned to GL but as Nick Spaulding. Irizarry left GL in 1996 and went on to appear on All My Children as David Hayward beginning in 1997. Irizarry was briefly written off AMC in 1998 and made a short return to GL. Irizarry returned to AMC and stayed witht he show until 2006. From 2006-2008, Irizarry played David Chow on The Young and the Restless. Irizarry returned to AMC in 2008 and stayed with the show until its cancellation in 2011. Irizzarry returned to the role of David when the series returned online in April 2013. Irizarry joined the cast of Days of our Lives in January 2016 a role he played until July 2017 when he was let go and was written off the show. Irizarry began appearing on The Bold and the Beautiful in August 2019 as Dr. Jordan Armstrong.

Personal Life[]

  • Irizarry was married to Avalon House from 1997 to 2013. They share two children Aria (b. 08/1997) and Elias (b. 12/2001). Irizarry was also married to Signy Coleman (1989-1992) and they share one child, Siena Sophia (b. 03/1990). Irizarry also has a son, Ash Harris.


Awards and Nominations[]

Daytime Emmy Awards

1986 Younger Leading Man Lujack Luvonaczek, Guiding Light N
2002 Lead Actor David Hayward, All My Children N
2009 Supporting Actor David Hayward, All My Children W
2017 Lead Actor Deimos Kiriakis, Days of our Lives N

Soap Opera Digest Awards

1986 Outstanding Young Leading Actor - Daytime Lujack Luvonaczek, Guiding Light N
1986 Favorite Daytime Super Couple Lujack and Beth, Guiding Light N
1999 Outstanding Villain David Hayward, All My Children W
2005 Outstanding Supporting Actor David Hayward, All My Children N
Preceded by
Kristoff St. John (2008)
Supporting Actor Winner
2009 (tied with Jeff Branson)
Succeeded by
Billy Miller (2010)