Another B&B star has been taken off contract. A spokesperson for the CBS soap confirms that Emmy winner Adrienne Frantz is now on recurring status. Frantz made her first appearance on The Bold and the Beautiful in 1997.
Emmy winner Adrienne Frantz (Amber Moore) will see less screentime in the months ahead. The actress has been bumped to recurring status, a show spokesperson confirms.
"Adrienne has moved to recurring, allowing her to remain on B&B as Amber Moore and work on other projects," a spokesperson for The Bold and the Beautiful stated.
Soaps In Depth
reports that Frantz was "recently accepted into the professional program at the improv and comedy school attached to the famed Groundlings theater in Los Angeles."
Frantz first appeared on The Bold and the Beautiful in July 1997
. She remained with the show through 2005, before resurfacing on B&B's sister soap, The Young and the Restless, from 2006
to 2010. Frantz returned to The Bold and the Beautiful in July 2010
, Frantz was named Outstanding Younger Actress at the Daytime Emmys.
Adrienne Frantz heads back to B&B. [May 14, 2010]
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