Kristen Blake

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Kristen Blake
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Days of Our Lives character
Portrayed byEileen Davidson
  • 1993–98
  • 2012–13
First appearanceMay 17, 1993
Last appearanceDecember 3, 2013 (2013-12-03)
Created byJames E. Reilly
Introduced by
ClassificationFormer, regular (returning)
OccupationBusinesswoman, social worker
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Kristen Blake
Kristen Blake.png
Days of Our Lives character
Portrayed byEileen Davidson
  • 1993–98
  • 2012–13
First appearanceMay 17, 1993
Last appearanceDecember 3, 2013 (2013-12-03)
Created byJames E. Reilly
Introduced by
ClassificationFormer, regular (returning)
OccupationBusinesswoman, social worker

Kristen DiMera (née Blake) is a fictional character from the American NBC Daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives, portrayed by Eileen Davidson. Davidson joined the cast of Days of Our Lives in 1993, and departed in 1998 after a five-year stint. After a 14-year absence, Davidson returned to the role of Kristen in the fall of 2012. Kristen and her brother Peter were raised but not legally adopted by super villain Stefano DiMera at a very young age following the deaths of their parents; however, their mother Rachel was later revealed to be alive.[1][2]


The role of Kristen DiMera is played by soap actress Eileen Davidson. Kristen was introduced on May 17, 1993. During Davidson's run on the soap, she also portrayed four other characters; Susan Banks (1996–98), Sister Mary Moira Banks (1997–98), Thomas Banks (1997) and Penelope Kent (1998). Davidson departed the role of Kristen on April 24, 1998.[3] Davidson's five roles earned her a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in 1998. After five years on Days, Davidson was re-introduced as Ashley Abbott in 1999 on The Young and the Restless, a role she originated from 1982-1988. She took over the role from Shari Shattuck who portrayed the character from 1996-1999. After Davidson's 2006 release from The Young and the Restless, rumors began to circulate that she would return to Days of Our Lives.[4] This speculation was later debunked when it was announced that her Y&R alter-ego would crossover to its sister series The Bold and the Beautiful.[5]

In May 2012, Davidson informed followers on her Twitter page that she had been let go from The Young and the Restless.[6] Davidson further confirmed she did not know why she was let go, but was seeing the positive light from it.[7] It was then announced by Nelson Branco that Sony Pictures Entertainment wanted Davidson on both The Young and the Restless and Days of Our Lives, but that Y&R would not share the actress, leading to Sony terminating her contract with the show, believing that DAYS needed the actress more than the prior series. Thus it was announced that Davidson would reprise her dual roles of Kristen Blake and Susan Banks on the NBC Daytime soap.[8] The Hollywood Reporter later confirmed that Davidson had signed on to return to Days of Our Lives in the role of Kristen, and possibly some of her other Salem alter-egos down the line.[8][9][10][11][12][13] In a statement she said, "I'm thrilled to embark on this new adventure at Days and excited to revisit Kristen and who knows who else! Not to mention my old friends in the cast and crew."[14]

Davidson made her on-screen return on October 11, 2012.[10][14] In an interview with Megan Masters of TVLine, Davidson discussed what brings her and her Salem alter-ego back to town. She revealed: "I've said in so many scenes, which I've loved, she's years of intense therapy; a lot of therapy. And she wants to come back now and show the world how she's changed. And how she's grown. And there's also, ah, some business matters in Salem that she needs to attend to."[15]

In July 2013, Soap Opera Digest reported that Davidson had decided to exit the series.[16] In a post on her official Facebook page, Davidson said: "Hello! I just wanted to confirm that I have indeed left DOOL. My last day was July 16 but I will be airing until November. I'm taking some time off to enjoy my family however I am not retiring. Not really sure what's next for me work wise. But I am looking forward to figuring it out! Thanks to all of you for your support and love. I've had an incredible time on DOOL this year....."[17] Davidson exited the role on-screen on November 13, 2013.[18] In late November, it was confirmed that Davidson would return for an episode scheduled to air on December 3, 2013.[19]

On January 28, 2014, Michael Logan of TV Guide announced that Davidson would return to Days with filming beginning in March, with an on-screen return sometime during the summer.[20] Davidson will return for what is described as a "powerful Kristen DiMera story arc". Days co-executive producer Greg Meng added: "The writers have some great things cooking for Kristen and we can’t wait for the fans to see what this will mean for Salem. Must-watch TV at its best!"

Character development[edit]

While her character on The Young and the Restless Ashley is considered a "heroine", Kristen is described as a "villainess". Davidson said that Kristen is written with "a lot of latitude".[21] During her first run, she developed an unhealthy obsession over her love interest, John Black (Drake Hogestyn).[21] Upon her return, she said that Kristen is "more mature and more together" after "lots of therapy" which has been "intense".[22] Of Kristen's rivalry with Marlena Evans (Deidre Hall), she said "Marlena just doesn’t trust her. No matter what Kristen does it seems like she just can’t convince her that she’s definitely changed. So that’s been the biggest hurdle for Kristen to overcome, is getting Marlena to trust her again."[21] For fourteen years, Kristen had been residing in Europe, and returned to Salem as a businesswoman, wanting to show everyone "how she's changed and how she's grown" although "they haven't forgiven and forgotten" her wrongdoing.[23]

In an interview with Michael Fairman of On Air On Soaps, Davidson opened up about the pressure to re-capture the magic she had with the series 14 years ago. She said that she feels "pressure, but in lots of different ways", "not only with the fans who knew me back then, but the fans who don’t know me now, because I had five years to build that character and all the insanity and the drama was so heightened because of what was going on with Marlena and John at that time."[24] Davidson felt that she wasn't sure whether or not Kristen would "have enough of an impact" upon her return, but praised the writers as "terrific" and hoped that audiences would be receptive of her.[24]

On whether or not she would have a "big storyline", Davidson called it a "multi-leveled and complicated story" which would "bring in lots of different characters". She said that Kristen had scenes with Nicole Walker (Arianne Zucker) who thinks "she is so tough" and doesn't know who is she is dealing with in Kristen.[24] The actress has confessed that she is a lot more like Kristen than Ashley Abbott, "except for the evil part".[24]



Kristen first appears in Salem being attacked by a mugger and she is rescued by a mysterious stranger. Kristen is grateful until she realizes her savior is none other than John Black (Drake Hogestyn), Stefano DiMera (Joseph Mascolo)'s longtime rival. Alice Horton (Frances Reid) notices the attraction between the two and sets it up for the two to continue running into one another. They later end up at the Horton family cabin where they make love for the first time. John soon discovers that she is Stefano's daughter, but he is still very much in love with her. However, Kristen had promised her ailing father that she would marry Tony DiMera (Thaao Penghlis).[25] When Roman (Wayne Northrop) and Marlena Brady (Deidre Hall)'s daughter, Belle is kidnapped by their oldest daughter, Sami (Alison Sweeney), Kristen and John pose a married couple to help get her back. Stefano quickly breaks them up by revealing that John is actually Belle's father. Realizing John will go back to Marlena, Kristen goes through with the marriage in February 1994 only for John to show up at the wedding accusing Stefano of Curtis Reed (Nick Benedict)'s murder.

After Stefano is presumably killed by John, she goes through with her wedding to Tony, who was later revealed to be Tony's lookalike, André (Penghlis). Kristen later travels to the family estate in New Orleans, Maison Blanche where she is taken captive by a very much alive Stefano forcing John to come to the rescue. She later discovers "Tony's" schemes to impregnate her and moves in with John. She and John are about to marry when it is revealed that John is actually a priest; Kristen a devout Catholic returns to "Tony."[26] In 1995, when Marlena becomes possessed by a demon, Kristen assist Father John in her exorcism. Later, John and Kristen reunited after he is released from his vows and her marriage to "Tony" is annulled. Kristen is diagnosed with a medical condition that will cause her to be infertile and she immediately begins trying to have a child. In November 1995, Kristen goes to Aremid as Peter is preparing to marry Jennifer Horton (Melissa Reeves). While there, "Tony" fakes his death and frames John. Though she believes in John's innocence, Peter forces Kristen to testify against him despite John being exonerated.[27]

In 1996, the mysterious Woman in White came to Salem and moved into the DiMera mansion with Kristen, John and Marlena.[2] Kristen soon discovers she is pregnant and Marlena agrees to move out due to her pregnancy being very high risk.[27] The Woman in White is soon revealed to be her presumed dead mother, Rachel.[2] Realizing John would always love Marlena more than her, Kristen helps Stefano fake her death in a plane crash. John discovers Marlena is alive and goes to rescue her in Paris forcing Rachel and Kristen to follow. In August 1996, Kristen is hospitalized after an explosion kills her mother and she miscarries her child.[2][28] Stefano soon reappears in Salem and hires Kristen's lookalike, Susan Banks (Davidson) to carry a child that Kristen would raise as her and John's. With the help of her father and Peter, Kristen fakes her pregnancy. When Susan goes into labor, Kristen disguised as a nurse is forced to watch as John marry Susan, believing she is really Kristen. Kristen gets custody of the child long enough to name him John Black, Jr. and Susan soon returns to claim her child and "husband". Kristen enlist Vivian Alamain (Louise Sorel) and Ivan in keeping Susan locked in a secret room but Marlena puts the pieces together and Kristen is forced to lock her away.[29][30] When Susan discovers the truth, sick of Kristen's manipulations she locks Kristen inside the room and attempts to marry John until Laura Horton (Jamie Lyn Bauer) confronts her at the wedding. After being rejected by John due to her scheming, Kristen's failed attempt to kill Marlena lands her in jail. After being released on bail, she attempts suicide after hearing about John and Marlena's engagement. She then revealed Marlena's presumed dead husband, Roman Brady (now Josh Taylor); John and Kristen then pretended to marry to keep Roman becoming suspicious.[31] When John and Stefano ruin her attempt to get back Susan's son, Elvis (aka John, Jr.), she reveals that Roman and Marlena have been seeing one another.[29][32]

Kristen's attempt to force Susan into giving the child back ends with the death of Susan's identical sister, Penelope Kent. Fearing she'll be charged with murder, Kristen pretends to be Susan and is forced to marry Susan's boyfriend, Edmund Crumb (Adam Caine).[33] In the meantime, "Susan" and Edmund went on a honeymoon and Laura is arrested for Kristen's murder.[29] Edmund admits to Kristen's "murder" and they soon run into the real Susan who explains that Kristen sold her into a harem; it is then revealed that the dead person was Susan's other sibling, Penelope Kent. To get revenge against Kristen, Susan exchanges her freedom for Kristen to be sold to the harem.[34][35]


Stefano visits Kristen in Europe, where she has been living thanks to Stefano's help. He pleads with her to return to Salem in order to mend the DiMera family. She instantly rejects the idea.[36][37] After some pushing, Kristen finally agrees to return to Salem for Stefano's sake, however, they agree that she should return alone with Stefano following later.[36][38] Upon her arrival, she reunites with several Salem residents including her brother EJ (James Scott), John, Marlena and meets and connects with her other brother Chad DiMera (Casey Jon Deidrick).[36]

Despite her repeated attempts to make amends,[39] John and Marlena put on a united front against her.[40] EJ becomes Kristen's closest confidant. After numerous one-on-one encounters with John,[40][41] and after saving Brady's life following a mugging,[42] their opinions of her change.[43] Marlena is the only one still suspicious, which leaves her looking paranoid.[44] Kristen and Brady start a secret affair,[45] which Marlena discovers and keeps from John.[46] Once exposed, Kristen reveals to John that she's taking his son away to break his heart.[47] Brady sides with Kristen, which estranges him from those closest to him.[48] John,[49] Marlena,[50] and Nicole[51] come up with their own plans to break Kristen's hold on Brady to no avail. Kristen convinces Brady to move into the DiMera mansion,[52] and suggests marriage.[53] After overhearing John and Marlena plotting against them, Brady proposes to Kristen.[54] Brady also starts adoption proceedings.[55] John intends to seduce Kristen and have Brady catch them in the act in order to destroy the relationship. Unbeknownst to him, Kristen has the same plan.[56]

Kristen is blackmailed with a photo by the mugger she hired to attack Brady.[57] Kristen tries to hunt it down. Just as she thinks the photo has been destroyed, Marlena gets her hands on it. Kristen and John meet in a hotel room, sticking to the plan of having sex and getting Brady to catch them. Instead, Kristen discovers that she actually does love Brady and calls it off.[56] On the eve of their wedding, Marlena shows the photo to Brady.[58] The wedding is called off. Furious, Kristen sets her sights on destroying Marlena by way of her son Eric.[59] Kristen disguises herself and drugs and rapes Eric, capturing it on camera. She saves the video on a flash drive.[60] Before she's able to make it public, Brady decides that he wants to work things out between them.[61] Kristen chooses to save the flash drive for leverage.[62] Kristen learns that the drugs she gave Eric may not have rendered his memory erased.[63] Kristen attempts to find and destroy the evidence collected proving that Eric was poisoned.[64][65] Kristen has a pregnancy scare.[66] She relieved when she discovers that it's just a false alarm.[67] Brady proposes once again.[68] Marlena and Victor team up to bring Kristen down before the wedding.[69] Flash drives are accidentally switched.[70][71] The drive is found by Marlena who gives it to Victor to decrypt.[72][73] Victor's hacker puts the video file contained on the drive onto a DVD, which Victor presents to Marlena without telling her that it's her son on the video with Kristen.[74][75] Marlena plays the video at the wedding.[75][76] Kristen tries to tell Brady that Eric seduced her. He doesn't buy it, nor does he buy Eric's explanation that he was drugged.[77][78] After learning what Kristen did, Nicole pays Kristen a visit, telling her that she's going to jail. Kristen makes a run for it. A deadly game of cat and mouse ensues causing both Kristen and Nicole to get into car accidents.[79] Kristen's car is found badly damaged and upside down. Kristen is not found in the car, and a torn piece of fabric from the wedding dress she was wearing is found away from the vehicle.[80] Brady later receives a DVD from Kristen that she made before their wedding and before he announced the details of their honeymoon. He stops watching it midway through and destroys it.[81] Later, Dr. Chyka is seen talking to Kristen on the phone, assuring her that no one will know that she drugged Eric, thus further suggesting that Kristen did indeed survive the car accident.[82]

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