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Damon Dayoub is returning to ABC Family.
The actor had been promoted to series regular on the cabler’s Stitchers, The Hollywood Reporter has learned; he had a recurring guest-star role on season one.
Dayoub will return for the procedural drama’s recently announced sophomore season. He plays Quincy Fisher, an LAPD detective who is brought into the Stitchers program to assist with backup and support.
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The promotion comes after the actor and NCIS alum was set to play the male lead in ABC’s Shondaland freshman drama The Catch. After the show went to pilot, Dayoub and Bethany Joy Lenz — who played a married couple — were replaced with Parenthood‘s Peter Krause and Lost‘s Sonya Walger.
Dayoub’s credits include episodes of Dallas, Single Ladies, Brothers & Sisters and The Last Ship. He is repped by Talentworks and Pop Art Management.
Stitchers airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on ABC Family.
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