The Sound of Music
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Arianna Hernandez played by Lindsay Hartley
Arianna Hernandez arrived in Salem in 2009 and started a job as a waitress at the Brady Pub. Arianna already had one connection to Salem, her brother Rafe had just moved to the town. Arianna immediately began to protest her brother's new relationship with Sami Brady.
Arianna backed off a bit while she was engaging in her own flirtatious relationship with Brady Black. When she found out Brady was a recovering addict, she told him about her promise to never date an addict again. But she couldn't stay clear of Brady for long and the two finally gave in to their feelings and shared in a night of passion together.
What Brady didn't know is that Arianna had her own drug connection in Salem. She was really an undercover cop working with Roman at the Salem Police Department, trying to get the bottom of the drug distribution in Salem.
The drug leader Arianna was looking for was none other than Victor Kiriakis. But, when she found out that there were bigger names involved, Victor demanded Arianna break up with Brady in order to continue her investigation. Arianna was seriously conflicted and asked Roman if she could remove herself from the case. Roman refused her request and reminded her that if breaking up with Brady was what she had to do to get closer to finding Salem's top drug lord, then that's what she would have to do.
Arianna continues to stay busy working for both the Salem police and the Brady Pub and being the concerned sister in the Hernandez family.
Lindsay Hartley plays Arianna Hernandez
Lindsay Hartley joins the cast of "Days of our Lives" as Arianna Hernandez. Hartley was a national pre-teen talent winner of the Young Miss America Beauty pageant. Singing since age 11, Hartley has starred in "Grease" on Broadway, as the lead vocalist in the Las Vegas Sands Hotel afternoon show "Viva Las Vegas" the role of The Bride in "Beetlejuice's Rockin' Graveyard Revue" at Universal Studios Hollywood, the lead role of Maria in the Civic Light Opera's "West Side Story" in Austin, Texas and in "Pygmalion, The True Story" which toured the Greek Islands. Additionally, Hartley has won several national vocal competitions including the L.A. Philharmonic's Award-Vocal/Opera, The National Date Festival and America's Showcase Starlet. Lindsay broke into television by landing the role of Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald, the calculating temptress on NBC's "Passions."
A native of Palm Springs, CA, Hartley currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and ex-co-star, Justin Hartley, and their daughter, Isabella.