‘The Bold and the Beautiful’: 4 Characters Who Should Return to the Show When Production Resumes
The Bold and the Beautiful, like the rest of Hollywood, has suspended production due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. However, reports say that the show could resume production sooner than we think. When the show comes back, we have several characters who we think should be brought back into the fold.
Amber Moore is considered to be one of the bad girls of CBS, as a primary character in not one, but two different soaps. The character originated on The Bold and the Beautiful for several years before being transplanted over at The Young and the Restless.
Adrienne Frantz portrays the character, first debuting in 1997. Her first stint on the show lasted until 2005. Five years later, she debuted on The Young and the Restless, appearing in the role regularly from 2006-2010. She then returned to The Bold and the Beautiful for a couple of years, appearing from 2010-2012.
So this isn’t exactly just one sole character. We think the Avant family as a whole needs to be brought back to the show in their entirety. Several of the cast members are technically with the show on a recurring basis but they appear so little that it is almost like they aren’t on the series anymore.
The Avant family is historic for a number of reasons. First, they are the first major African American family on the show. Secondly, Maya Avant, portrayed by Karla Mosely, had an iconic, groundbreaking storyline as a transgender character.
It’s about time that Julius Avant (Obba Babatundé) and Vivienne (Anna Maria Horsford) are brought back to the forefront along with Maya. Reign Edwards, who plays Nicole Avant, is currently in primetime and Adain Bradley, who playes Alexander Avant, is seemingly headed there as well.
Still, Sasha Thompson (played by Felisha Cooper), is also an Avant family member, should come back to add even more family members. In summation, bring back our Avants!
Marcus and Dayzee Forrester
Thought the Avants were the first major black family on the show, before their arrival, two of the only major black characters in the show’s history were making waves. Marcus Forrester, the daughter of Donna Logan who was adopted by Eric Forrester, and his wife, Dayzee Leigh Forrester, should return to town.
Marcus first debuted in 2008. Texas Battle originated in the role and played the character up until his last appearance in 2013. Kristolyn Lloyd originated the role of Dayzee in 2010 and also played the character until she was written off in 2013.
The character of Marcus is one who not only has deep connections to the canvas as a Logan, but he is also connected to The Young and the Restless. His biological father is Justin Barber, a first cousin of Genoa City’s Drucilla and Olivia Barber-Winters.