From 2005-2010, Brooks played the role of Caroline and Shawn Brady's adopted son Max. Max left Salem for London with his niece/fiancé Chelsea (Rachel Melvin). The Daytime Emmy winner went on to star in Spike TV's now-defunct football comedy series Blue Mountain State.
If you’ve been missing Darin Brooks since he was last seen on Days of Our Lives or Blue Mountain State, you’ll want to check him out opposite All My Children grad Natalie Hall in the upcoming Hallmark movie The Seven Year Hitch.
Brooks plays Kevin, the best friend and roommate of Jennifer (Hall), who tells him to move out once she gets engaged. When Kevin spots Jenn's fiancé (Ryan Doom) with another woman things get interesting! Watch the trailer for The Seven Year Hitch below. READ MORE
Days of our Lives grad Darin Brooks (pictured with ex-Y&R star Kelly Kruger above), whose Spike comedy Blue Mountain State returns Wednesday for its second season, popped up at Spike’s Scream 2010 Awards on Saturday. See more photos from the event at Pop Confidential.
Watch Blue Mountain State trailers here.
If you’ve listened to the Pop Confidential podcast you know that Regan and I often have similar tastes in TV shows, with a few exceptions such as my love for all things sci-fi and her appreciation for that MTV drivel Jersey Shore. But now we both have something to rejoice about, the return of our guiltiest of guilty pleasures, Spike’s raunchy Blue Mountain State starring Days of our Lives grad Darin Brooks.
If you haven’t watched Blue Mountain State and are ready for some big laughs and more and a few "ewww" moments then tune in for its second season premiere on October 20. Watch the Blue Mountain State promo after the jump! READ MORE
It looks like while I was off waking up in Vegas like Katy Perry for the 37th Annual Daytime Emmys, the first two episodes of Miss Behave, the new, Koldcast teen sudser starring Days of Our Lives alums Jillian Clare (ex-Abby) and Darin Brooks (ex-Max) premiered! Miss Behave— for which Clare also serves as an executive producer— tells the webisodic story of Tori Archer (Clare), a spoiled, 16-year-old, Malibu heiress, who is crushing on bad boy Riley (Marco James) and telling as many lies as she has to to be with him.
Tori is caught between her two best friends, sweet Danielle (Jenna Stone), whom Tori has known since high school and Tasha (Bianca Magick), a trouble making minx and the ultimate bad influence on Tori. Tori's college-aged, big brother, Billy (Trevor Nelson) is dealing with boyfriend and Mommy issues, while Tori's own ex-boyfriend from grade school, Dylan (Brett DelBuono) doesn't quite realize that particular ship has sailed and sunk.
Rounding out the cast is Brooks as Blake Owens, the drama teacher who is determined to see Tori play Juliet in a school production of Shakespeare's tragedy. Something tells me Mr. Owens will end up doing more than running lines with his young pupil!
I just watched the first two episodes of the web sudser and I am beyond impressed with the quality production values, pacing, characterization and realistic dialogue. I maybe would ditch the characters talking the plot aloud so much, but it isn't that problematic. I give the show a solid recommendation! Check out the first two episodes of Miss Behave after the jump, then head on over to the official website to learn all about the Miss Behave Universe! READ MORE