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Shemar Moore returns to daytime roots with 2-day 'Young and Restless' guest appearance

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Shemar Moore is returning to his daytime roots with a two-day guest appearance on "The Young and the Restless."

During his return on Sept. 10-11, Moore will reunite with Kristoff St. John, who plays his on-screen brother Neil Winters. Moore's character Malcolm Winters returns to Genoa City after leaving two years before without a proper goodbye. He comes back for a family visit to make amends and catch up.

Moore says he's excited about returning to the CBS show where he got his start. He was a "Young and Restless" regular from 1994-2002, left the show and returned in 2004-05. Moore won a Daytime Emmy for supporting actor in 2000.

Moore currently stars on the CBS drama "Criminal Minds."

"The Young and the Restless" recently won its eighth Daytime Emmy for best drama series. The show has been daytime's top-rated drama for 25 years.

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