Sean Carrigan’s stay extended on ‘The Young and the Restless’



With his character looking to return to Genoa City after accepting a new job offer, looks like a portrait painter Sean carrigan saw his stay extended as Dr “Stitch” Rayburn on “The Young and the Restless,” reports Collection of serials.

The magazine reports in its latest issue, on newsstands now, that the actor will remain “beyond his original limited series”, which is great for Carrigan as he has said before. Digest he would be interested in staying as long as the show would have him. “My most memorable TV job has been on ‘Y&R’,” he said. “I’m ready for whatever goes. I’m happy to be here, so we’ll see what happens. To say I’m more than happy to be back is an understatement.

Prior to reprise the role for the first time since leaving in 2017, Carrigan continued to appear on shows such as “American Vandal,” “Lucifer,” “NCIS,” and “Everybody’s Alright,” among others. He also played a role in the Oscar nominated film “Ford v Ferrari”.

Reflecting on when he got the call to reprise the role, Carrigan said Digest, “I always imagined that at some point Stitch would reappear because the character had never been killed.” He added: “I had no idea when, but deep down I always knew the opportunity would present itself.” As to where he was when he got that call, he explained, “I was visiting my mom in Florida when I found out ‘Y&R’ wanted me to come back for a story arc. nice to get that call. My first response was, “I’m interested.” From there the ball started. “

As long as this lasts, we’re happy to see a little more of Stitch in Genoa City. He definitely put some juice into the story of baby Abby / Mariah, that’s for sure.


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