"Sadly I have wrapped up my time over at @nbcdays. It's been an amazing journey and the best is yet to come for Jordan," Stause wrote. "I taped scenes [...] I'm really proud of and I will air into March. I've made great friends and memories in my time there. I would like to thank NBC/Corday for the opportunity. I love my daytime family & am looking forward to what the future has in store."
Stause made her daytime debut in May 2005 as Amanda Dillon on All My Children, a role that ultimately allowed her to show off her dramatic and comedic side. The actress remained with the series through its final broadcast on ABC in September 2011.
For the past three years, Stause has co-hosted soapcentral.com's Daytime Emmys Red Carpet coverage.
Stause made her first Days of our Lives appearance in August 2013.
"Wish I could express how much all the sweet (and funny) comments mean," Stause added after fans began offering their love and support. "I am truly grateful to have the support of such amazing people."
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