List of The Bold and the Beautiful secondary characters

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The Bold and the Beautiful is a long-running American soap opera which has aired on CBS Daytime since March 23, 1987, and is the most-watched soap opera worldwide.[1]

The following section comprises former, current and future secondary characters that have appeared on the show, by order of first appearance.

Bill Spencer[edit]

Bill Spencer
Jim Storm as Bill Spencer
The Bold and the Beautiful character
Portrayed byJim Storm
  • 1987–94
  • 1997
  • 2000
  • 2003
  • 2009
First appearanceEpisode 1
March 23, 1987
Last appearanceEpisode 5674
October 20, 2009 (via DVD)
Created byWilliam J. Bell
ClassificationFormer, regular
OccupationFounder, Chairman and CEO of Spencer Publications
Owner of Spectra Fashions

William "Bill" Spencer is a fictional character from the CBS Daytime soap opera, The Bold and the Beautiful. The character appeared regularly from 1987 through 1994, with several brief appearances afterwards, and was portrayed by Jim Storm.


Bill is overprotective of Caroline and strongly objects when she falls in love with Ridge Forrester, the playboy son of the famous fashion designer, Eric Forrester, and his wife, Stephanie. He forbids Ridge from continuing to date his daughter. The headstrong Ridge responds by proposing to her. Just before the wedding ceremony, Bill tells Caroline that he had Ridge followed and knows for a fact that he slept with another woman just a week before. She is furious with her father and goes on with the wedding, walking down the aisle alone. But before she gets to Ridge, she faints.

Bill gets what he wants, and the wedding fails to take place. Later, tragedy strikes. Caroline is raped by a man named Ron Deacon. Bill notices how Ridge's brother, Thorne, supports her through her recovery. Bill wants Caroline to marry him, and she does. But she's still in love with Ridge, and despite all Bill's efforts to prevent it, she divorces Thorne to reunite with him.

Caroline eventually marries Ridge, but afterwards becomes ill with leukemia. Bill is devastated when she dies. He finally tells Margo (see below) about Karen. She enlists the help of Blake Hayes, who eventually tracks Karen down in Texas, where she goes by the name of Faith Roberts. Bill and Karen are soon reunited. Bill is in a relationship with Margo Lynley, even while she is pregnant by the scheming fashion designer, Clarke Garrison. Bill and Margo marry, and Bill adopts the baby. But their marriage does not last, and Margo leaves town with the child.

Years later, Bill discovers that he has a terminal illness. He wills his media conglomerate, Spencer Publications, to his two living children, Karen and Bill Jr., who each receive 50 percent and are named co-CEO. Bill also makes a DVD for his son in which he gives him half of Spencer Publications on the condition that Bill, Jr. use the company to avenge Stephanie, whom Bill reveals to be his true love, by taking over Forrester Creations and crushing Eric. Bill reveals Stephanie refused to leave her husband thus nothing happened between them but that he was heartbroken when Eric humiliated Stephanie with his public affairs with Brooke Logan and Donna Logan then fired her from the company she co-founded.

In May 2012, Bill's granddaughter Caroline Spencer reveals to her boyfriend Thomas Forrester that Bill became aware that his daughter Karen was in a relationship with a woman named Danielle, but Bill refused to acknowledge Danielle or the fact that Karen had a partner. He wanted her to marry a junior executive at Spencer Publications for show, but Karen refused. Bill and Karen agreed to keep it a secret from everyone, including his son Bill Spencer, Jr. Caroline stated that Bill had only met her twice, once on New Year's and once on the Fourth of July. Thomas tells Caroline that he always heard that Bill was a "powerhouse".

Karen later told her brother Bill about her being gay, and he let her know that he loves and accepts her just as she is, which she greatly appreciated.

Rocco Carner[edit]

Rocco Carner was played by Bryan Genesse from 1987 to 1989.[2] Prior to his exit, Rocco was involved in a love triangle with sisters Katie and Donna Logan, and bought a ring to propose to Donna. In 2009, Genesse returned to the series. Upon his return on March 12, 2009, it was revealed that Rocco stayed in contact with the Forresters.[3]

Kristen Forrester Dominguez[edit]

Kristen Forrester Dominguez
The Bold and the Beautiful character
Portrayed byTeri Ann Linn (1987–94)
Tracy Melchior (2001–17)
  • 1987–90
  • 1992–94
  • 2001–09
  • 2012–13
  • 2017
First appearanceMarch 30, 1987
Last appearanceFebruary 16, 2017
Created byWilliam J. Bell
ClassificationFormer, recurring
OccupationFashion designer
ResidenceMiami, Florida

Kristen Forrester Dominguez is the older daughter of Eric Forrester and Stephanie Forrester. At the show's beginning, she was portrayed by Teri Ann Linn. People magazine reported the character to be a "rich bitch". Of her casting, Linn said, "This is an opportunity I had to take". Meridith Brown, an editor of Soap Opera Digest, predicted that Linn would be a "breakaway star" and nasty characters like Kristen "are ones that become very popular in daytime."[4] Linn departed in 1990, with additional appearances in 1992 and 1994. Tracy Melchior has played Kristen on and off since 2001.[5] The character resides in Florida, and only comes to Los Angeles for significant events. She most recently appeared at a Christmas party with the other Forresters in December 2013 and then in February 2017 for Zende's wedding.

Beth Logan[edit]

Beth Logan is the matriarch of the Logan family, and was a series regular when the series began. She was originally portrayed by Judith Baldwin in 1987.[6] After Baldwin left the role, Nancy Burnett began playing Beth from 1987 until 1989. Marla Adams briefly played Beth. Adams was known for her role as Dina Mergeron on The Young and the Restless; her casting for the part of Beth was announced on November 24, 1990.[7] In 1994 Burnett returned, and had various guest appearances until 2001. Upon the character's 2008 return, Robin Riker played Beth, who arrived with a "new personality".[8] Riker's portrayal was met with acclaim; Tommy Garrett Canyon News named her "Leading Lady" of the week ending August 29, 2009, along with Susan Flannery (Stephanie Forrester), for their "Epic Battle". Garret said Riker "showed viewers that she is capable of high drama".[9]

As a teenager, Beth fell in love with Eric Forrester (John McCook). However, another woman, Stephanie Douglas, manipulated Eric into marrying her instead. Beth then married Stephen Logan and they had four children together, including Brooke Logan (Katherine Kelly Lang). Briefly, it was speculated that Brooke was the product of Eric and Beth's love affair decades earlier, however, it was confirmed that she wasn't. During her marriage to Stephen, he abandoned her and his children, leaving Beth as the Logan's sole provider.[10] In 1991, Brooke married Eric, which upset Beth, who had remained in love with Eric throughout her marriage and break-up from Stephen.[6]

Beth returns to Los Angeles in 2008 at the request of Nick Marone (Jack Wagner), because he thinks her youngest daughter, Katie, who recently had a heart transplant, needs her. Her family becomes worried about Beth's strange behavior. Beth eventually reveals to Katie that she has had several mini-strokes and is also in the early stages of dementia. It takes some convincing from her family, but Beth finally agrees to stay in Los Angeles and receive treatment from her granddaughter Dr. Bridget Forrester (Ashley Jones) and Dr. Taylor Hayes (Hunter Tylo). The treatment appears to be working. Stephen and Beth have also hinted at a possible reconciliation. After a long absence Stephen and Beth reappeared for Nick and Bridget's wedding and it was mentioned that they had been in Paris. Beth dies in the Forrester pool after a fight between her and Stephanie in 2010, devastating the Logans.

Storm Logan[edit]

Ethan Wayne (1987–88, 1994, 1998, 2000–01, 2003)
Brian Patrick Clarke (1990–91)
William deVry (2006–08)

Helen Logan[edit]

Helen Logan
The Bold and the Beautiful character
Portrayed byLesley Woods
  • 1987–89
  • 2001
First appearance1987
Last appearance2001
Created byWilliam J. Bell
Introduced byWilliam J. Bell and Lee Phillip Bell
ClassificationFormer; guest
Lesley Woods (1987–89, 2001)

Margo Maclaine Lynley[edit]

Lauren Koslow (1987–92, 2002)

Dave Reed[edit]

Stephen Shortridge (1987)
Dave Reed was a policeman who was Brooke Logan's fiancee when the show premiered. He rather quickly fell by the wayside after Brooke became interested in Ridge Forrester.

Stephen Logan, Sr.[edit]

Robert Pine (1988, 1994, 1996–97, 2000–01)
Patrick Duffy (2006–11)

Deveney Dixon[edit]

Judith Borne (1988–89)

Saul Feinberg[edit]

Michael Fox (1989–96)

Julie Delorean[edit]

Jane A. Rogers (1990–92)

Ben Maclaine[edit]

John Brandon (1990–91)

Helen Maclaine[edit]

Tippi Hedren (1990–91)

Jake Maclaine[edit]

Todd McKee (1990–92, 2007–13, 2015–16, 2018)

Pierre Jourdan[edit]

Robert Clary (1990–92)

Blake Hayes[edit]

Peter Brown (1991–92)

Adam Banks[edit]

Rod Loomis (1991–92)
Homeless man who formed a friendship with Stephanie Forrester.

Sly Donovan[edit]

Brent Jasmer (1992–96)

Zachary "Zach" Hamilton[edit]

Michael Watson (1992)

Connor Davis[edit]

Scott Thompson Baker (1993–98, 2000, 2002, 2005)

Jessica Forrester[edit]

Maitland Ward (1994–96)

Dylan Shaw[edit]

Dylan Neal (1994–96)

Ivana Vanderveld[edit]

Monika Schnarre (1994–95)

Maggie Forrester[edit]

Barbara Crampton (1995–98)

Jasmine Malone[edit]

Lark Voorhies (1995–96)

Michael Lai[edit]

Lindsay Price (1995–97)

Megan Conley[edit]

Maeve Quinlan (1995–2006)

Dr. Brian Carey[edit]

Kin Shriner (1995–96)

Grant Chambers[edit]

Charles Grant (1996–98)

Alicia Cortéz[edit]

Yvonne Coll (1996–97)

Claudia Cortéz[edit]

Lilly Melgar (1996–97)

Hunter Jones[edit]

Tristan Rogers (1997)

Bradley Baker[edit]

Bradley Baker
The Bold and the Beautiful character
Portrayed byDan Martin
First appearance1997
Created byBradley Bell
Introduced byBradley Bell
ClassificationPresent, recurring
HomeLos Angeles, California

Bradley Baker is a detective of Los Angeles. He is always involved with Forrester, Logan and Spencer families when one of them have an accident. He has a son, Charlie.

Adam Alexander[edit]

Michael Swan (1998–2003)
Adam Alexander is the former lover of Sally Spectra, and the father of Macy Alexander and Kimberly Fairchild.

Rebecca "Becky" Moore[edit]

Marissa Tait (1999–2000)

Tawny Moore[edit]

Andrea Evans (1999–2000, 2010–11)

Giovanni Lorenzano[edit]

Victor Alfieri (1999–2000, 2004, 2009)

Morgan DeWitt[edit]

Sarah Buxton (2000–01, 2005)

Antonio Dominguez[edit]

Paulo Benedeti (2001–02, 2012–13, 2017)

Zende Forrester Dominguez[edit]

Zende Forrester Dominguez
The Bold and the Beautiful character
Portrayed by
  • 2001–02
  • 2005
  • 2015–17
First appearanceDecember 11, 2001
Last appearanceSeptember 8, 2017
Created byBradley Bell
Introduced byBradley Bell
ClassificationFormer; regular
OccupationPhotographer at Forrester International
HomeParis, France

Zende Forrester Dominguez is a fictional character from the CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. The character was played by Daniel E. Smith on a recurring basis from 2001 to 2002 and made guest appearances in 2005 and then by Rome Flynn, as a series regular, since June 29, 2015.[11] In August 2017, Flynn announced he would leave the role of his own decision and makes his last appearance on September 8, 2017.[12][13]

While honeymooning in Africa, newly married Kristen Forrester and Antonio "Tony" Dominguez noticed that they had lost a roll of film. A mysterious boy showed up with the film to return it. As they began to talk to him they formed a bond with him. The boy, named Zende, invited them to visit him before they left the country. Kristen and Antonio were shocked to discover that Zende had been orphaned when both parents died of AIDS. Zende had lived at an orphanage with his younger brother, but sadly, his brother also died of the disease. To help pay his way, Zende worked around the orphanage and helped take care of the younger children. Kristen and Tony discovered when Zende became too old to live in the orphanage he would probably end up on the streets or working anywhere he could find work.

On their return to Los Angeles, Kristen and Tony admitted that Zende had never left their thoughts. They had both been drafting letters to send him. Since Antonio had been battling HIV himself, he felt a special connection to Zende; the couple saw this as the first chance to have a family of their own. They decided to rush back to Africa and start adoption proceedings immediately. They legally adopted young Zende, choosing to give him both of their surnames.

Zende went to live with Kristen and Tony, who have since left Los Angeles (with Zende) and are currently living in Florida. In 2015, after a ten-year absence, Zende returned to Los Angeles and is happily greeted by his uncle Ridge Forrester. Zende decides to follow in the footsteps of his family and is hired as an intern at Forrester Creations, along with Nicole Avant, whom Zende takes a liking to. He attends the wedding of his uncle Rick Forrester and Nicole's sister Maya Avant as her date. When Nicole tells him that his cousin Thomas Forrester unexpectedly kissed her, Zende is not fazed by it. In fact, he asks Nicole out on a date and even gives her a kiss. They then decide to officially become a couple. He even supports her when she decides to be Rick and Maya's surrogate despite objections from her parents.

Dr. Tim Reid[edit]

Aaron Lustig (2001)

Sofia Alonso[edit]

Sandra Vidal (2001–03)
Former Spectra model; Confidante and former lover of Antonio Dominguez.

Erica Lovejoy[edit]

Erica Lovejoy
The Bold and the Beautiful character
Portrayed byAmber and Jade Collins (1997)
Jacob and Lucas Barnes (1997)
Jessica and Sarah Haas (1998)
Courtnee Draper (2002)
  • 1997–98
  • 2002
First appearanceApril 2002
Last appearanceOctober 2002
Other namesMary Carter Warwick (birthname)

Dr. Mark Maclaine[edit]

Michael Dietz (2002–05)
Mark Maclaine is the son of Clarke Garrison and Margo Lynley.

Dr. Tricia Quick[edit]

Tamara Davies (2002–03)

Ziggy Deadmarsh[edit]

Matt Borlenghi (2002)

Samantha Kelly[edit]

Sydney Penny (2003–05)

April Knight[edit]

Adrienne Frantz (2003)
The twin sister of Amber Moore.

Nick Marone[edit]

Nick Marone
The Bold and the Beautiful character
Portrayed byJack Wagner
First appearanceMarch 28, 2003
Last appearanceFebruary 29, 2012
Created byBradley Bell
The Price Is Right
Let's Make a Deal
ClassificationPast; regular
Other namesDominick Marone
Dominick Payne
Nick Payne

Dominick "Nick" Marone (born Dominick "Nick" Payne) is a fictional character who was originated by Jack Wagner on March 28, 2003. Much of Nick's storylines has revolved around his relationships with Bridget Forrester, her mother Brooke Logan, Brooke's sisters Donna and Katie Logan, and Brooke's longtime rival Taylor Hayes. Wagner departed after the character dropped off canvas, following speculation that he was taken off his contract.[14]

Nick Payne arrives in town after a shipwreck. Soon, he is romancing Brooke Logan. This eventually puts him at odds with her fiancée, Ridge Forrester. Their rivalry is exacerbated when his mother, Jacqueline Payne, reveals to Nick that he is the son of his employer, billionaire shipping magnate Massimo Marone making him Ridge's half-brother. Brooke chooses to marry Ridge. They go on their honeymoon in South America, where Ridge is kidnapped by a group of thugs working for Sheila Carter, a criminal who killed Ridge's wife Taylor Hayes. While saving Ridge, Brooke and Nick end up also being held captive by Sheila, demanding gold from Massimo. Ridge falls into a furnace and is presumed dead. While grieving, Brooke and Nick have sex. It is later revealed that Ridge is alive. Brooke realizes she is pregnant and is unsure if Ridge or Nick is the father. A DNA test reveals Nick is the father but months its later revealed that Ridge is actually the father. Brooke nearly marries Nick but the wedding is stopped by Ridge. Nick later had a brief romance with Ridge's half-sister, Felicia Forrester. She returned to L.A with a son called Dominick. Later, Nick begins to romance Bridget Forrester. They get married (a small interruption in their ceremony which reveals that Taylor Hayes was alive stops the initial wedding) at the Forrester Mansion. Bridget becomes pregnant, but finds out that Nick and her own mother, Brooke, had begun an affair. She faked an abortion. Nick and Bridget's stillborn baby Nicole was born in early 2006. They split up soon after. Nick, wanting Brooke back, stopped her wedding to Ridge and succeeded. Brooke and Nick finally married soon afterward. On one of the fashion show television shows Ridge purposely gave Brooke a scandalizing kiss causing Nick to lose it. Ridge continues his constant sexual advances to Brooke to try to break up Nick and Brooke and decides to put Brooke's sister Donna Logan on as lead model for Brooke's Bedroom to make Brooke jealous. Brooke leaves Nick in their bedroom in a huff when she sees Donna on television scantily clad and representing Brooke's Bedroom and goes to Ridge's house to confront him about it. Nick later slept with Bridget. Also during this time, Jackie falls off the staircase at the Forrester mansion and falsely claims that Stephanie pushed her. Nick blackmails Eric Forrester and the rest of the Forresters into selling him Forrester Creations or Stephanie will face charges. Brooke, furious at Nick's treatment of the Forresters, sells him her stock as well, ends her marriage to Nick and returns to Ridge.

After many problems, Nick underwent therapy with Taylor. He told her about Jackie's days in Seattle, when she became a prostitute to support herself and Nick. Stephanie overhears Taylor recording her notes of Nick's session and publicly announces Jackie's past at the first Forrester Creations fashion show under Nick's management. Much turmoil followed between Nick and the Forresters. Despite the growing animosity between the Forresters and the Marones, Taylor remained Nick's friend. After Taylor's relationship with Thorne ended. Taylor and Nick almost automatically fell in love and married each other. Nick and Taylor decide to have a child but her eggs are not viable; so she needed a donor. Soon after the birth, it was revealed the baby's donor (due to a mix up) was Brooke. Taylor had difficulty being in a family with Nick and Brooke's biological baby, Jack. Taylor begins drinking again, they divorce and shared joint custody. Taylor later handed the baby over to Brooke. Nick and Bridget give their relationship another chance. They get married for the second time in July 2008. Later, Bridget's aunt, Katie Logan, undergoes heart issues after being shot by Storm Logan. During this difficult time, Nick and Katie had sex resulting in a pregnancy. Nick left briefly for business. Bridget and Nick once again re-connect in 2009 (months after their divorce) and remarry. They decide to have a baby via surrogate, who is a lady named Aggie. After Aggie and Bridget get into another verbal altercation, Aggie falls down and collapses, losing the baby.

Aggie developed feelings for Nick herself. Bridget later falls pregnant after a one night stand with Owen Knight. Nick and Bridget divorce and he begins a flirtation with Aggie which later ended after Nick was diagnosed with cancer, but was later revealed to be in good health. Nick resurfaces as he helps Taylor in the Forrester family dilemma when the Forrester jet crashes into the Atlantic carrying Brooke and Thomas. He helps Ridge to find his family. Nick later receives an anonymous message from a woman asking to meet him in the Jackie M steam room, and is shocked when he discovers that it is Stephanie's sister, Pamela Douglas. Pam informs him that Stephen Logan left her and confesses to finding Nick increasingly attractive, but Nick initially rejects her advances. Meanwhile, Jackie M is facing a tough situation. After firing Amber Moore for stealing Forrester designs, Jackie begins to worry as they do not have a designer. Jackie subsequently convinces Nick to spend some time with Pam in return for her stealing designs from Eric. Nick then begins a relationship with Donna, after she splits up with her husband, Justin Barber. However, she soon finds out about Nick and Pam's scheme and breaks up with him.

Oscar Marone[edit]

Oscar Marone was played by Brian Gaskill from 2003 through 2004. Gaskill was hired after the ABC Daytime soap opera Port Charles was cancelled, where he played Rafe Kovich. In 2003, Gaskill described Oscar as the black sheep of the family, "He's not necessarily a bad guy, but he's not all good, either. He might seem kind of cold sometimes, but I think his heart's in the right place. To be honest I'm not 100 percent sure who he is until I've played him a while. Brad Bell (executive producer) keeps things pretty close. You never know where this guy might end up."[15]

Caitlin Ramirez[edit]

Caitlin Ramirez was played by Kayla Ewell from January 22, 2004[16] through 2005.

Jarrett Maxwell[edit]

Jarrett Maxwell
The Bold and the Beautiful character
Portrayed byAndrew Collins
First appearanceJuly 27, 2004
Created byBradley Bell
Introduced byBradley Bell
ClassificationPresent, recurring
OccupationFashion reporter
HomeLos Angeles, California

Jarrett Maxwell is a fashion reporter for Eye on Fashion and an employee of Spencer Publications. Jarrett is an established member of the fashion industry reporting on the latest fashion lines of Forrester Creations and is very friendly with the Forrester family. Jarrett is also friendly with his superiors Bill Spencer, Jr. and Karen Spencer, and was one of the very few people to know Karen was gay before she came out publicly.

Dante Damiano[edit]

Dante Damiano was played by Antonio Sabàto, Jr. from 2005[17] through 2006.[18] He fathered a child with Felicia Forrester.

Gabriela Moreno[edit]

Gabriela Moreno is the daughter of Stephanie Forrester's maid, Helen. Shanelle Workman originated the role on March 24, 2005.[19] Gabriela has a green card marriage with Thomas Forrester. Workman was let go of her contract later that year, last appearing on October 27, 2005.[20]

Ann Douglas[edit]

Ann Douglas is the mother of Stephanie Forrester. Betty White originated the role during a ten-day run spanning December 2006 through January 2007, later returning in 2008 and 2009. Stephanie and Ann had been estranged since Stephanie was abused by her father and Ann did nothing to stop it. White described her character's entrance, "Ann has spent 30 years denying any of this (her daughter's abuse) had anything to do with her. She has to face some deep truths. It was quite dramatic, which is a switch for me. The most dramatic work I had done was some Ellery Queen. It was a delightful exercise to dig a little deeper and see where it took me."[21] The child abuse story arc was one of many that won the series critical acclaim for handling social issues.[22] White reprised the role in November 2009 when Ann returns to make amends with her family before she dies. White made television history by leading an all-female cast.[23]

Harry Jackson[edit]

Harry Jackson was played by Ben Hogestyn in 2006. Harry debuted on August 28, 2006. He arrives looking for Nick Marone (Jack Wagner), to confront him about his father's death. In December 2006, Hogestyn was dropped to recurring status and did not appear since.[24]

Christian Ramirez[edit]

Dr. Christian Ramirez is the brother of Hector Ramirez (Lorenzo Lamas) and was played by Mario Lopez in 2006. Upon assuming the role, Lopez stated, "As someone who is part of the Latin community, I am very proud to play a character like Christian Ramirez because he's more than a role; he's a positive role model for people to look up to. He's a good man who wants to do good things. And he's strong. He proved that you can overcome anything to be the person you want to be."[25]

Shane McGrath[edit]

Shane McGrath was originated by Dax Griffin on September 12, 2006.[26] The character is killed off in 2007, originally thought to be shot by Nick Marone but was shot by Ridge Forrester.[27]

Constantine Parros[edit]

Constantine Parros was played by Constantine Maroulis in 2007, first appearing on March 15.[28] Maroulis was the sixth-place finalist on the fourth season of the reality television series American Idol. Speaking of his casting, Maroulis stated, "I think they wanted to gear the audience a little younger this summer and sort of shake things up a bit."[29] When asked by Entertainment Weekly if his character would show the "staple Constantine stare," he replied, "Definitely. It might have been written into one of the stage directions. The script said, 'Constantine gives her 'the look." I laughed out loud, of course."[30] Maroulis also used the opportunity to promote his upcoming album, Constantine. He performed "Everybody Loves, Everybody Cries" and "A Girl Like You" on the series.[28]

Constantine Parros is a music producer and former international rock star. He becomes infatuated with Phoebe Forrester (MacKenzie Mauzy) and pursues producing her record.[30] In August 2007 he participates in the Boldface Challenge concert. The series conducted an online poll where fans voted between a performance from Constantine and Phoebe, and one from Phoebe and Rick Forrester (then-Kyle Lowder). During the concert, Constantine is joined by Elliott Yamin, third runner up in season five of American Idol, and singer-songwriter Jon McLaughlin. Each sing real-life singles; Yamin performs "Wait For You," McLaughlin performs "Beautiful Disaster" and Maroulis performs "Fading Into You".[31]

Owen Knight[edit]

Owen Knight
BrandonBeemer 2.jpg
Brandon Beemer as Owen Knight
The Bold and the Beautiful character
Portrayed byBrandon Beemer
First appearanceEpisode 5346
July 2, 2008
Last appearanceEpisode 6271
February 29, 2012 [32]
Created byBradley Bell & Kay Alden
ClassificationFormer; recurring
HomeNew York City

Owen Knight is a fictional character from the American CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. Created by Bradley Bell and Kay Alden, Owen was portrayed by Brandon Beemer and made his debut on July 2, 2008. Beemer was dropped to recurring status in January 2012, but continued to appear up until February 29, 2012, when he left the show altogether.


Owen Knight arrives in Los Angeles in July 2008 to see a client of his, Marcus Walton. Marcus hired him from a want ad online to find his biological mother. Marcus doesn't really know Owen since most of their correspondence have been online. Owen meets Donna Forrester and is instantly attracted to her. Donna's stepdaughter Felicia Forrester (Lesli Kay) notices this and offers Owen $200,000 to seduce Donna in an attempt to get Stephanie Forrester (her mother) and Eric Forrester (her father) back together. He appears to be intrigued by the offer and tells her he'll think about it. However, after meeting Donna he becomes enamored by her love and devotion to Eric and comes back and rejects the deal. Felicia is outraged and outraged even more when Owen tells Donna what Felicia did. In response to this new information, Donna fires Felicia, Thorne and Ridge Forrester since she didn't believe she could trust them while her husband was in a coma. Felicia was outraged by Owen and slapped him for telling Donna her plan. The Forresters therefore, decide to make it their goal to get Donna out of their father's life once their father comes out of the coma. Owen was made Donna's assistant (detective and paralegal background), due to his growing admiration of her; and he encourages her to keep Ridge, Felicia and Thorne out of the company since she can't trust them. He works as a voice of reason to her. Owen is shown to be a dissembler, causing friction among the Logans and Forresters due to his influence over Donna. Despite their collaboration to find his mother, Marcus is starting to question Owen's motives in regards to his mother. He believes Owen is manipulating Donna and confronts his mother. Donna listens to her son and begins to question Owen. Donna starts to become suspicious of Owen also since he seems too good to be true and becomes concerned when he tells her he loves her. She and he share a few kisses and she decides that it's best if she lets him go. He agrees and leaves the company but doesn't leave Los Angeles.

It was later discovered that Eric didn't have a heart attack, but he had been poisoned with potassium chloride which had been put in a bottle of gin that Eric had a drink from before he had sex with his wife. Thanks to some detective work by step-siblings Marcus and Bridget, the truth came out, and it could well be Owen whom the suspicion could fall on. On August 22, Owen was arrested for attempting to murder Eric Forrester. He was almost the target of attack by Ridge and Thorne, and even Donna was angry with his actions. However, he insisted that he was taking the blame for someone else, that person being Donna, who was on the verge of being arrested until he lied and said he poisoned Eric Forrester. His suspicions were indeed correct when it was discovered that Donna's arch-enemy, Pamela Douglas (Alley Mills), was the one who accidentally poisoned Eric (in an attempt to stop the lovemaking between Eric and Donna; thinking this would lead to Eric returning to her sister Stephanie) and then saved her when she tried to kill her with a shotgun; and a bear. Donna became more enamored by Owen's knight saving act and they commenced to kiss as Eric Forrester was awaking slowly from his coma. Stephanie and Ridge send Donna and Owen both on a trip after Stephanie catches Donna and Owen in the bedroom kissing. However, they haven't been officially intimate in spite of the appearance. Recently Donna and Owen returned from their business trip unaware that a recovered Eric is down the hall from Kristen's old bedroom. Owen commences to kiss Donna and get her to try to move on with her life without Eric. Eric hears noise and catches them kissing each other.

In light of Eric's recovery Donna tells Owen that she can't be with him because she loves her husband. He refuses to leave and tells Donna that he loves her. He grabs her into a passionate kiss to which she responds. Owen continues to be an ambiguous thorn in Donna's side. She loves her husband but Owen captivates her passions. After discovering that Owen attempted to sleep with Donna her aunt, Bridget Forrester walks over and throws a glass of wine in Owen's face. And then walks away to eat a salad while sitting outside at a restaurant. Owen confronts her and tells her that he really does love Donna and Bridget breaks out into a tirade about men not being able to keep it in their pants to which Owen replies okay, "She can be down on men." And "he can be down on women." He continues to flirt with her.

Later Stephanie confronts him at a restaurant and wants him to tell her that he had an affair with Donna to which he denies stating that it's not as if he didn't try hard enough, but that she really does love Eric. Donna catches this and assumes Stephanie and Owen plotted the seduction attempt. And she relays to him that she "never wants to see him again." Owen tries to attract Bridget, but nothing comes of that; however, he, along with Marcus and Pam Douglas, confront Rick on his attraction to Steffy. Owen, Pam and Marcus don't trust Rick, as they think he had a hand in her sister, Phoebe's death, and they, like her father, Ridge, want to protect Steffy.

Having been fired from Forrester Creations, Owen got a job at Jackie M Designs. He started a fling with Jacqueline Marone. He also was dating Bridget, but this was short-lived since Bridget was still harboring feelings for her ex-husband Nick Marone and got back together with him. Jackie and Owen also got together, much to the irritation of Nick, who was convinced that Owen was only interested in Jackie for her money. Nick tried his best to break Owen and Jackie up, and even managed to convince Jackie to fire Owen. However, Owen countered with a proposal of marriage, which freaked Nick out even more. Nick vowed never to let Jackie marry Owen. Eventually, Owen took Jackie on a surprise vacation in Hawaii, unaware that Nick and Bridget were honeymooning there. Owen planned a wedding for Jackie, but Bridget found out about it and told Nick. Nick tried to stop the wedding, but he arrived too late.

Later, Bridget and Owen have a one-night stand after she loses her and Nick's baby. Owen gets Bridget pregnant, but while Bridget is aware of this, she chooses to keep it a secret until Aggie Jones finds out, forcing her to tell the truth. Nick subsequently divorces her.

Bridget and Owen's baby was born in October 2010. Bridget confessed that she had fallen in love with Owen and wanted to start a family with him. Although Owen appreciated her honesty, he stayed true to his wife and again proclaimed his love for her, leaving Bridget heartbroken. Nick eventually fires both Bridget and Owen from Jackie M Designs, although he later hires Owen back.

Jackie eventually ended the marriage, realizing that Owen belonged with his family and sorrowfully asking him for a divorce. Owen asked Bridget to move in with him, but their relationship ended in February 2012, allowing Owen to return to his marriage with Jackie. Jackie and Owen later sold their house and moved to New York to be with Bridget and Logan.

Casper Knight[edit]

Brandon Beemer (2009)
Owen Knight's twin brother, who appeared in three episodes.

Graham Darros[edit]

Graham Darros was played by Justin Baldoni in 2010. Executive producer and headwriter Bradley Bell announced the role in late 2009, describing Graham as, "a well-known fashion photographer who is hired by Steffy to work for Forrester Creations. It soon becomes evident that he has a sinister and mysterious past with another major character." He spoke of Baldoni as "a compelling young actor who will be able to bring forth the intensity that is essential for the character of Graham."[33]


Beverly is portrayed by Gina Rodriguez since 2011. Beverly was named for Beverly Hills before being placed in foster care and was a friend of formerly homeless Dayzee Leigh. Stephanie Forrester, who befriended Dayzee on the street and bought the Insomnia coffeehouse for Dayzee to run, was impressed with Beverly's determination to make something of herself and convinced her family to hire Beverly as an intern at Forrester Creations. Hope Logan caught the inexperienced Beverly taking photos of Forrester gowns with her cell phone. Later, when the dresses showed up on Jackie M's runway, Hope and Stephanie accused Beverly of selling their collection to their competitor, prompting Beverly to run away. Stephanie's sister, Pam Douglas, the real thief, felt bad that Beverly was taking the fall for her. Jackie Marone affirmed Beverly's innocence to Stephanie, noting that the intern hadn't worked at Forrester long enough to steal an entire line. Realizing their mistake, Stephanie and Hope tracked Beverly and Dayzee to a bus in Whittier; Stephanie stood in front of it to get it to stop. An angry Beverly dashed into a gated apartment complex. Dayzee explained it was transitional housing for kids who had aged out of the foster care system. Stephanie wore Beverly down by recounting her experience as an abused child, even admitting she'd gotten pregnant and married Eric as a way out of her father's house. Beverly agreed to return to Forrester, then introduced Stephanie and Hope to other residents of the home. After meeting Rick Forrester, Beverly gushed to Dayzee that he was "definitely into" her. Though a jealous Amber Moore threatened Beverly to stay away, Beverly held her own. She later disappeared from the canvas but was presumed to still work at Forrester.


The Bold and the Beautiful character
Portrayed byOthello R. Clark
Duration2011–15, 2018
First appearanceOctober 2011
Last appearanceFebruary 9, 2018
Created byBradley Bell
Introduced byBradley Bell
ClassificationFormer, recurring
Music director for Forrester Creations
HomeLos Angeles, California

Othello is Rick's friend and current DJ. He showed up for a party that Caroline made Rick take her to even though he was with Maya and took her also. Othello asked Rick about his girlfriend Caroline, but Rick introduced Othello to his new girlfriend Maya. He DJ'd for a party that Bill Spencer,Jr. set Jesse Graves up at who was the reason Maya went to jail so Caroline, his niece, could be with Rick again. Othello then showed up to DJ the Hope For The Future line that would cement Rick's role as president.

Othello showed up to help Bill and Brooke climb a mountain in Aspen, Colorado. Bill slipped and was dangling but he saved himself from falling.

Othello questioned Oliver Jones about his relationship with Aly Forrester right after Ridge Forrester almost fired him, thinking Oliver found a way to keep his job.

Othello attended a Forrester meeting and it was said that Othello was the music director for Forrester. Othello was surprised to learn that Quinn Fuller was gone from the company.

In December 2014, Maya invited Othello over to her new apartment that Rick bought her. Othello was surprised at how cocky she was claiming it was only be temporary until she got her own mansion. Maya confided in Othello that she and Rick were back together and swore him to secrecy as Rick was pretending to reunite with Caroline despite her kiss with Ridge.

Alison Montgomery[edit]

Alison Montgomery
The Bold and the Beautiful character
Portrayed byTheodora Greece
First appearanceDecember 5, 2011
ClassificationPresent, recurring
OccupationBill Spencer's executive assistant
HomeLos Angeles, California

Alison Montgomery is the assistant of Bill Spencer, Jr. who does all his dirty work. She also had a brief romance with Deacon Sharpe.

Danielle Spencer[edit]

Danielle Spencer
The Bold and the Beautiful character
Portrayed byCrystal Chappell
First appearanceMay 17, 2012
Last appearanceJuly 16, 2013
ClassificationFormer; recurring
OccupationJournalist for Spencer Publications
HomeNew York City

Danielle Spencer is portrayed by Guiding Light alumna Crystal Chappell. Danielle is the wife of Karen Spencer and the adoptive mother of Caroline Spencer. Danielle arrived from New York with Karen Spencer, who moved to Los Angeles to be closer to her daughter, Caroline Spencer. Caroline started seeing Thomas Forrester and brought him home to meet Karen, who introduced Thomas to Danielle. Thomas asked a lot of questions about Caroline's father, prompting Karen to tell Caroline, Danielle, and their old friend Jarrett Maxwell, a reporter at Spencer Publications, to keep quiet about their "family secret." But Karen finally revealed that Danielle was her partner and a second mother to Caroline. Karen arranged a job interview at Spencer for Danielle, who promised she wouldn't tell Karen's half-brother, Bill Spencer, Jr., about their relationship. Bill was intrigued by Danielle's international exploits as a writer and mistakenly thought Danielle was hitting on him. With Danielle's coaxing, Karen finally came out to Bill, expecting the worst from her brother. However, Bill surprised Karen and accepted Danielle into the family. Later, Danielle and Karen were outraged when Caroline fell from a two-story balcony while arguing with Bill, and supported Katie when she staged an intervention to deal with Bill's drinking. Danielle commented that she had observed Bill relying too heavily on alcohol more than once. Danielle was stunned when Hope Logan, Bill's almost-daughter-in-law, crashed through the window with a golf club during the intervention and exposed Bill's illegal efforts to sabotage Hope's wedding to Bill's son, Liam Spencer. Danielle lent Caroline an ear when Caroline complained that her boyfriend, Rick Forrester, wasn't paying attention to her. Danielle was surprised to hear Caroline, who ran charitable organizations, demeaning the less fortunate, as Rick had taken an interest in down-on-her-luck singer Maya. Danielle was further dismayed when Caroline claimed that Karen and Danielle had spoiled her by raising her to have expensive tastes.

Father Fontana[edit]

Father Fontana is portrayed by Luca Calvani in 2012 and 2013. Fontana was the priest who was supposed to marry Liam Spencer and Hope Logan in Italy. They never got married at all, and they never did get married in Italy. When Hope and Liam planned to get married a third time, Hope's mother Brooke Logan, had Fontana come to L.A. to have a reenactment of what would have happened in Italy. Taylor Hayes came with her daughter Steffy Forrester (who Liam also loves) and Steffy told him she's pregnant. Hope convinced Liam to stay with Steffy. Steffy lost the baby in a motorcycle accident. Hope and Liam planned to get married a 4th time, and concluded maybe Fontana's a jynx.

Dr. Caspary[edit]

Dr. Caspary is a gynecologist who has been involved in helping Brooke Logan and Steffy Forrester. She is portrayed by Jacqueline Hahn.

Dr. Meade[edit]

Dr. Meade is portrayed by Jon Hensley. He is a doctor at University hospital and has been involved in taking care of Katie Logan Spencer and Steffy Forrester. He is familiar with both Logan and Forrester families.


Adele is portrayed by Taja V. Simpson. She was Katie Logan's assistant while she controlled Spencer Publications. Katie also frequently trusted Adele to look over her son, Will Spencer. Bill Spencer, Jr., Katie's husband, took over the company and Adele was fired and replaced by Bill's trusted assistant, Alison Montgomery.


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