How Bryan Dattilo Has Changed Since His Debut On Days Of Our Lives

Bryan Dattilo first appeared on "Days of Our Lives" in 1993, when he was introduced as Lucas Roberts, the son of Kate Roberts (via Soap Central). Lucas quickly made friends with Sami Brady (Alison Sweeney), and the two went through some major growing pains together. Although they were best friends, they also had intense chemistry. Over the years, the pair finally coupled up and even had two children together, Will and Allie. Lucas changed his last name to Horton after finding out that his real father was Bill Horton.

In addition to his fan-favorite romance with Sami, Lucas has also been romantically involved with characters such as Carrie Brady, Chloe Lane, Adrienne Kiriakis, and Nicole Walker. However, his love for Sami always seemed to outweigh whatever he felt for the other women in his life, and viewers have loved every moment of his coupling with the character. Fans have even nicknamed the pair "Lumi."

While Lucas' life has changed greatly on screen, as he's battled heartache and addiction issues, Dattilo has also evolved since he first debuted on "DOOL."

Bryan Dattilo has expanded his family and career since his DOOL debut

Since his first appearance on "Days of Our Lives" in the early 1990s, Bryan Dattilo has become a fan favorite among fans of the NBC soap opera. Dattilo's character Lucas Horton has evolved so much over the decades, but the actor's life has also changed quite a bit. After landing his role on "DOOL," Dattilo went on to explore other gigs and has appeared on TV shows such as "Top Chef Masters," "Little Talent Show," "Anything to Win," "1 vs. 100," "CSI: NY," and "I Wanna Be A Soap Star," (via Bing).

Dattilo has also been married twice since beginning his run as Lucas on "DOOL." He married his first wife, Jessica Denay, in August 1999. Just a few months later, the pair welcomed their son Gabriel. However, the couple called it quits in 2001, and Dattilo went on to tie the knot with his current wife, Elizabeth Cameron in July 2011.

These days, in addition to his work on "Days of Our Lives," Dattilo has also launched his very own podcast, where he talks about all things paranormal. The podcast, titled "Conspiracies, Inc." dives into topics such as ghosts, UFOs, and alien abduction, perĀ Soap Opera Digest. "I want to highlight the most famous UFO cases. "This such a passion of mine, and I want to share it," the actor stated.