Winsor Harmon is no longer working long hours as The Bold and the Beautiful's Thorne Forrester, having been replaced by Ingo Rademacher back in 2017. And that means he's free to take on lots and lots of projects, which it seems he's been doing recently.
The Louisiana native took to Instagram with a behind-the-scenes video from his new film Sarogeto. Harmon plays the lead in the story that follows a terminally ill woman who sets out to replace herself as a wife and mother with a younger replica of herself -- without telling her husband and young son. However, when she shockingly regains her health, her family has already fallen in love with her more beautiful replacement.
"Incredible cast & crew...excited about this journey!" Harmon says of the film, which also stars Ikumi Yoshimatsu and Ruby Park.
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#Finally able to share my newest project - I was cast as the lead in the movie #Sarogeto! Incredible cast & crew...excited about this journey! #lovestory #drama #actorslife #makingmovies #film #filmmaking #WinsorHarmon #NicoSantucci #EricRoberts #RubyPark #ikumiyoshimatsu #clinkandchat #landonmoon #SarogetoMovie #SarogetoFilm
Harmon has also another film on the books called Cult Cartel, which he filmed in the summer of 2018 with a projected 2019 release. The actor is once again playing the role of Ryan McBride, which he originally played in 2013's Cathedral Canyon.
Harmon's costar in the film, Noelle Wheeler, shared a behind-the-scenes photo with the tease that she was ready to "rock n roll" on the project.
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@winsor_harmon ready to rock n roll!? See you on set soon! 🎥🌟🎥🌟🎥🌟🎥🌟 . . . . . #actress #actor #act #acting #actorslife #onsetlife #setlife #movies#cinema #film #lights #camera #action #photography #photographer #hollywood #losangeles #passion #star #leadinglady #model #modeling #cultcartel #featurefim #indiefilmmaking #indie #az @moviesmakingadifference
Harmon also took to Instagram with some behind-the-scenes photos of what looks like quite an action-packed thriller.
Winsor Harmon's career began with a short-lived stint as All My Children's Del Henry in 1994. He took on the role of B&B's Thorne in 1996 and played the role on-again, off-again until executive producer Bradley Bell's shocking decision to recast the character with Ingo Rademacher in 2017. Rademacher has since announced his decision to leave the CBS soap opera, which means there's at least a chance Harmon could step back into the role at some point down the line.
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