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The Bold and the Beautiful-related news from 2003
It's impossible to keep up with all of the twists and turns from the world of soaps. Luckily, Soap Central has archived all the The Bold and the Beautiful news from 2003.
Here are the news stories posted on Soap Central during 2003 that focus on The Bold and the Beautiful or past and present B&B performers. To read any of the articles listed below, simply click on the appropriate link. To access articles from other years, click here.
Former star of The Bold and the Beautiful Ashley Lyn Cafagna (ex-Kimberly Fairchild) has filed a lawsuit against her parents and their production company.
New Year's Eve was to have been the joining of Emmy winner Justin Torkildsen
) and fiancée Bonnie Binion in holy matrimony. The wedding never took place - because the pair had already been secretly married the year before!
Lucy Johnson, CBS's senior vice president of daytime, children's programs and special projects, will leave her post at the end of January. Johnson has been with the network for 14 years.
The Bold and the Beautiful had put out a casting call for a female character by the name of Chloe. Chloe was to have been a love interest for Rick. However, a show source now hints that the search is over - and it's not for the reason you might think.
The Bold and the Beautiful has been hit by yet another wave of casting changes. In the latest batch of "firings," the show has taken three performers off contract.
Veteran actor Jack Wagner has been signed to a contract with The Bold and the Beautiful. For much of the 80s and 90s, Wagner appeared on ABC's General Hospital as Frisco Jones.
The Bold and the Beautiful has bolstered its cast by signing too well-known actors who are no strangers to daytime.
It would seem that The Bold and the Beautiful's show executives like to make casting changes in bulk. After all, it was just a few months ago when Hunter Tylo's (ex-Taylor Forrester) exit opened the floodgates for a series of major casting changes.
Though the terms of the deal were not released, Emmy Award winner Adrienne Frantz
's (Ambrosia "Amber" Moore
and April Knight) has inked a contract extension with The Bold and the Beautiful.
is returning to daytime television. The actress, best known for a run on ABC's All My Children
, has landed a contract role on CBS's The Bold and the Beautiful.
), who has won four Daytime Emmys, has ended the speculation surrounding her future with CBS's The Bold and the Beautiful. The actress recently extended her contract with the show.
The search for The Bold and the Beautiful's new Bridget Forrester
has ended. The CBS soap has tapped a newcomer to daytime television to assume the role that will be vacated by Emmy winning actress Jennifer Finnigan
early next year.