The brief return of Sean Kanan (Deacon) has come to an end. On his official Facebook page, the actor posted that he has completed his latest stint on “The Bold and the Beautiful” as Deacon Sharpe. “I want to thank all of you for your support. Returning to Bold was a great experience. Apparently Deacon’s time there has come to an end.” Read the rest of this entry »
Daytime vet joins the cast.
Familiar face Crystal Chappell (ex-Olivia, “Guiding Light,” ex-Carly, “DOOL”) will be coming back to CBS. According to Entertainment Weekly the Daytime Emmy award winning actress has been hired as Danielle, the second mother to Caroline Spencer (Linsey Godfrey), which means she is Karen Spencer’s (Joanna Johnson) partner. Read the rest of this entry »
Updated: April 3.
Jack Wagner and his partner, Anna Trebunskaya, were eliminated from “Dancing With The Stars” on Tuesday night. They competed for three weeks and ended on a high note as the judges had deemed Jack’s samba on Monday April 2 his best performance. Read the rest of this entry »
New cast member.
Nafessa Williams (ex-Deanna, “One Life To Live”) will be coming to “The Bold and the Beautiful.” On Twitter, she told her fans, “So I couldn’t wait to share this news with you guys…after 4 auditions I report to “The Bold and the Beautiful” tomorrow! Only God….” Read the rest of this entry »
TV Guide has reported that Joanna Johnson is coming back to “The Bold And The Beautiful.” The actress will be reprising the role of Karen on March 27. This time around, she has a little surprise in tow: a teenage daughter. The youngest Spencer will be played by Linsey Godfrey (“NCIS,”"One Tree Hill”). Read the rest of this entry »
Longtime “The Bold and the Beautiful” star Jack Wagner (Nick Marone) is no longer on contract with the series. According to his official website, “We have just learned that Jack Wagner’s option on his two year contract has not been picked up with “The Bold and the Beautiful.” We do not know if he will be leaving the show or staying on recurring basis, but with his lack of storyline in recent years, we highly doubt we will be seeing much more of Nick Marone. With Leslie-Anne Down’s contract also not renewed and Brandon Beemer’s move to recurring, it looks like the ship has sailed on the Marone clan.” Read the rest of this entry »
According to her official website, Lesley-Anne Down’s (Jackie) contract on “B&B” has not been renewed by Bradley Bell. This means that the veteran film and TV star will not be sticking around for much longer. Don’t feel too bad though. This statement was also issued on her site, “Your continued effort and support of Lesley-Anne is so appreciated by her. When one door closes another one opens. This thankfully has been the case in this instance. We will let you know what it is when the time is right.” Read the rest of this entry »
Updated: January 23.
TV Line has reported that Hillary will make her first appearance as Dr. Stacy Burton on March 8.
Original article: January 13.
Soap Opera Digest has reported that veteran soap opera actress Hillary B. Smith (ex-Nora, “One Life To Live”) will be joining the cast of “The Bold and the Beautiful” at the end of January. She will be coming on board as a sex therapist and there are already a couple of characters who could use some treatment. Read the rest of this entry »
CBS Soaps In Depth has reported that Brandon Beemer (Owen) and Zack Conroy (Oliver) have both been taken off contract. Both actors are now officially on recurring status, resulting in less screen time, which many viewers have already noticed. Beemer revealed on Twitter that he’s actually been on recurring for awhile. “‘B&B’ fans: I’ve been off contract for quite a few months now, but all is good…nothing to worry about. That can change any time. I’m working this week at ‘B&B’ on some really great stuff that I know you’ll enjoy! Thanks for the kind words & support!” he tweeted. Look for his character to be seen in a storyline during February sweeps involving Jackie (Leslie Anne Down) and Bridget (Ashley Jones). Read the rest of this entry »
TV Guide Magazine is reporting that veteran comedian Phyllis Diller will be heading back to the cast of “The Bold And The Beautiful.” The 94 year old actress played make-up artist Gladys Pope on and off between 1995 and 2004. The network is still keeping details of her return quiet, but it is expected that her appearance will be tied to a big event set to mark the show’s 25th anniversary. Read the rest of this entry »