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Could Kim Zimmer soon be joining the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful? A recent "conversation" between Zimmer and B&B head honcho Brad Bell has some fans wondering if the half-hour soap is interested in hiring the former Guiding Light star. Zimmer has also talked with an executive at ABC's One Life to Live.
Matt Borlenghi and his wife are the proud parents of newborn twin boys. Borlenghi will appear later this year as Valentin Cassadine, a character who has been talked about repeatedly, but had its debut date pushed back. The actor is known for roles on All My Children and The Bold and the Beautiful.
Viewers of The Bold and the Beautiful might not expect to see Ridge Forrester waltzing across the dancefloor, but that's exactly what his portrayer, Ronn Moss, is doing. Moss is currently competing in the Italian version of Dancing With the Stars.
Ashley Jones (Bridget Forrester) recently donned some vintage-inspired Snoopy gear to help celebrate Peanuts' 60th Anniversary.
The Bold and the Beautiful will get a little musical later this month, as country music recording artist Beau Davidson drops by the CBS soap to performer his new single, "You're All I Ever Wanted."
It's not easy being in style for two decades, but The Bold and the Beautiful has managed to do it. The CBS soap marks its 23rd anniversary this month. Four original castmembers remain with the show.
Emmy winner Heather Tom is a Red Carpet chameleon. Every year she sports a different look -- usually to accompany her record-setting run of Emmy nominations.
Emmy winner Adrienne Frantz is leaving The Young and the Restless, but is she headed back to The Bold and the Beautiful? And if so, what role will she be playing? A B&B spokesperson and Frantz herself weigh in on the rumors. Frantz was last seen on B&B in 2005.
Daddy Yankee will appear on The Bold and the Beautiful in June as part of a steamy, pre-summer story arc. Over the course of several episodes, Yankee will perform some his biggest hits and mark the broadcast television premiere performance of the single, "Que Es La Que Hay."
The Banff Television Festival has announced that The Bold and the Beautiful has been nominated for a Rockie Awards in the Soap Opera category.
John McCook made his daytime debut 35 years ago on The Young and the Restless, but he is best-known for the 23 years he's spent as the debonair Eric Forrester on CBS's The Bold and the Beautiful. In an exclusive interview with soapcentral.com the actor talks about retiring, imposters, and what's ahead for his character.
Adrienne Frantz is headed back to The Bold and the Beautiful. The actress was last seen on the show in 2005, but that's not the last time fans have seen her alter ego, Amber Moore. Frantz took her B&B role to The Young and the Restless in 2007. She made her final Y&R appearance earlier this month.
The honors keep coming for The Bold and the Beautiful. Now in its 24th year, the Emmy-winning CBS soap has earned the distinction of being named the most popular daytime soap by a world-famous book of records.
Scott Clifton will join the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful this summer, ending speculation that the four-time Emmy nominee might be headed back to his old stomping grounds at General Hospital. Clifton most recently appeared on One Life to Life as Schuyler Joplin.
One of The Bold and the Beautiful's longest-running veterans has been taken off contract. Winsor Harmon, who joined the cast in 1996, is now on recurring status. Harmon also appeared on All My Children.
American Idol alum Jason Castro will appear on an upcoming of B&B as himself. Castro will sing his new single, "Love Uncompromised," in a scene with Hope and Oliver.
The stork has visited B&B star Jennifer Gareis and her husband.
Genoa City is about to get another visit from Deacon Sharpe. Actor Sean Kanan reprises his soap-hopping role on Y&R beginning later this month. Deacon first appeared on Y&R's sister soap, The Bold and the Beautiful, in 2000.
Since its inception, The Bold and the Beautiful has been guided musically by the Emmy-winning team of Jack Allocco and and David Kurtz. Now, The Bold and the Beautiful has made available some of the pairs' most memorable tunes on a newly released album.
Veteran TV star Christopher Knight will make a cameo appearance on The Bold and the Beautiful in September. Knight is known as TV's Peter Brady, from the iconic sitcom the Brady Bunch.
A joint lawsuit claims that B&B actress Hunter Tylo owes more than $250,000 in outstanding debts to her manager, security company, and attorneys. Tylo joined The Bold and the Beautiful in 1990.
Two years ago, Emmy-winning actress Susan Flannery caused some fans' hearts to skip a beat when she hinted that she might consider retirement "in another year or so." Now, an upcoming storyline, in which Stephanie Forrester learns that she has cancer, has renewed fears that Flannery might be on her way out.
Jacqueline MacInnes Wood will be exiting her role as Steffy Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful to take part in her first feature-length film. The actress joined the CBS soap in June 2008.
Hunter Tylo has been ordered to pay more than $880,000 to a former therapist. A Nevada judge ruled that Tylo's claims that therapist Shanna Downing was negligent in her duties were unfounded. Tylo is also being sued by her former manager, security guards, and lawyers, in a separate lawsuit.
Another long-time player has been dropped to recurring status on The Bold and the Beautiful. Ashley Jones, who has played Bridget Forrester for six years, will be bumped to recurring status later this year. Jones filmed a pilot earlier this year that is being considered as a mid-season replacement.
Daytime veteran Andrea Evans is returning to The Bold and the Beautiful. It's been ten years since the actress last appeared as B&B's trashy Tawny. Since that time, Evans has appeared on Passions, One Life to Live, and The Young and the Restless.
The Bold and the Beautiful will broadcast its 6,000th episode in February and the CBS soap is marking the occasion with a special episode. In the milestone broadcast, B&B will mix fiction and reality in what will be a touching episode.
What happens when you cross a top-rated soap opera and a professional sports team? You get the NB&BA. Okay, no, not really, but members of the Los Angeles Laker Girls will be appearing on The Bold and the Beautiful later this month as "The Spencerettes."
The Bold and the Beautiful has placed newcomer Kristolyn Lloyd on contract. The newcomer made her debut as Dayzee in October, and B&B head honcho Bradley Bell felt there was "much more" story to tell.