B&B alum Kim Matula lands Unreal role

Posted Saturday, February 20, 2016 4:44:14 AM
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B&B alum Kim Matula lands Unreal role

Things are about to get real, or rather UnReal, for The Bold and the Beautiful's Kim Matula (ex-Hope Forrester), who has been cast on the popular Lifetime dramedy that parodies dating shows like The Bachelor.

Kim Matula knows a thing or two about battling it out for a man, having been involved in about a million love triangles as The Bold and the Beautiful's Hope Logan. So she'll probably have no troubles in her latest gig as UnReal's Tiffany, a new suitor vying for the heart of Darius (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. alum BJ Britt) on the Lifetime series' fictional show-within-a-show, Everlasting.

Variety reports that Matula's Tiffany, a series regular role, is a "hot, smart and rich all-American girl who's the daughter of a professional football team owner [and] hopes that Everlasting will help her step out of her father's shadow."

Former Teen Wolf star Meagan Tandy has also been cast as an Everlasting contestant named Chantal, a Southern debutante who's elegant, beautiful, and polished and believes she's destined to marry Darius after the tragic loss of her fiancé.

Matula and Tandy join previously announced cast members Denée Benton and Monica Barbaro, who will play other Everlasting contestants; Michael Rady, who'll play a filmmaker; and Gentry White, who will take on the role of Darius' cousin. UnReal also stars One Life to Live alum Josh Kelly (ex-Cutter Wentworth).

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