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Forget what you read elsewhere - Lesley-Anne Down
) is not leaving The Bold and the Beautiful. Though talks did go down to the wire between the actress and network executives, a B&B spokesperson confirms that Down has inked a new contract with the show.
Actor Mario Lopez has found that, for him, success comes along with the word "bell." The former Saved by the Bell star will join the cast of the Bradley Bell-penned soap opera, The Bold and the Beautiful, next month.
The Bold and the Beautiful will once again be visiting Dallas. But don't expect to see prairies and cattle farms, because the CBS soap will not be doing an on-location shoot. Former primetime soap star Patrick Duffy (ex-Bobby Ewing) will be joining the cast next month. And no, this is not a dream.
The Bold and the Beautiful created quite a stir when back in March
the show announced that former Dallas star Patrick Duffy (Stephen Logan) would be joining the cast. But in spite of the hubbub caused by the announcement, Duffy will soon be on his way out.
It's been only a few months since former "Save By the Bell" star Mario Lopez
) joined the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful. However, the heartthrob's on-screen time has been non-existent and the show has now confirmed that the actor has been let go.
After months of little or no story, a spokesperson for Joseph Mascolo
) has confirmed that the actor has decided not to renew his contract with The Bold and the Beautiful.
, Ben Hogestyn
made a bold decision last year to tackle the role of a gay teen on ABC's General Hospital
. Now the actor has made a Bold move: he has inked a contract to appear on CBS's The Bold and the Beautiful.
Emmy-nominated actor William deVry
is returning to daytime television - but not to ABC's All My Children where he menaced nearly all of the residents of Pine Valley. This time around deVry will have a decidedly less wicked role on CBS's The Bold and the Beautiful.
Almost a year-and-a-half ago
, The Bold and the Beautiful made waves by announcing that it had signed former General Hospital star Antonio Sabáto Jr.
to a contract. Now the CBS soap is again making waves - but this time it is for announcing that Sabáto will be exiting the show.
Despite an earlier statement to the contrary, Joseph Mascolo
) appears destined to return to Days of our Lives later this year. A long-time member of the Days of our Lives family, Mascolo made news in 2001 when, after departing DAYS amid a contract dispute, the actor joined the cast of rival CBS soap, The Bold and the Beautiful.
The Bold and the Beautiful will be getting a little more "golden" next month with the addition of two very well-known veteran actresses. Betty White and Alley Mills join the cast in short-term roles, but these roles will be very much central to the show's ongoing storylines.
Though practically a newcomer to The Bold and the Beautiful, Ben Hogestyn
) finds himself on the chopping block. The actor, who joined the show just three months ago
, has been dropped to recurring status.
) is recuperating from surgery after a routine examination revealed that the actress had cancer. Conley was diagnosed with stomach cancer in November and underwent immediate surgery.
The Bold and the Beautiful is making news for recasting a role - and for snagging a big name star from a rival soap. The CBS soap has confirmed that former Days of our Lives
star Kyle Lowder
) will join the soap next month in the role of Rick Forrester