Josh Taylor

Josh Taylor (born September 25, 1943 in Princeton, Illinois) is an actor best known for his roles of Chris Kositchek and Roman Brady on the American soap opera Days of Our Lives and Michael Hogan, the father figure on the popular sitcom The Hogan Family.

In 1977 he took the role of bartender Chris Kostichek on Days of Our Lives. He left the show in 1987 to pursue other roles.

In 1997, he returned to Days of Our Lives, this time playing the character of Roman Brady. In 2004, Roman was murdered by the Salem Stalker (who turned out to be his ex-wife, Marlena) during his and Kate's wedding reception.

A few months later, it was revealed that Roman didn't die but was alive on a tropical island called Melaswen (New Salem). He is still appearing on the show.

He has one daughter, Tristan, from his first marriage while in college. He had a long term relationship with dancer and actress Sandahl Bergman in the 1980's. On November 11, 2006, he married Lisa Tremblay, a flight attendant he met in 1995.

Role Show
Roman Brady Days of Our Lives

Days of Our Lives Quotes

Lucas, I raised you to be a better liar than that.

Kate

Deimos: I believe that the younger generation in this family have been handed everything on a silver platter, and they don't appreciate it.
Maggie: By younger generation, you must mean Sonny.
Deimos: All right, fine. Let's start with Sonny. I'm trying to work with him, Maggie. I've just given him a very important position in the company and instead of being grateful for the opportunity, he's being an oversensitive, temperamental pain in my neck. But at least he's still here. Brady, on the other hand, he's taken off, abandoned the family, Titan. He's left me all alone to deal with the Hernandez family on my own.
Maggie: Well, there's an easy solution to the Dimera and the Hernandez families. Just bow out.
Deimos: I do that and I lose face.
Maggie: With whom?
Deimos: With everyone. Except Nicole. She's taken off too.
Maggie: And to think I naively thought that maybe I'd gotten through to you the last time we had a serious conversation. Let me ask you a question. Has doing things your way gotten you anywhere?