April 19, 2001 |
On May 28, the world's most-watched daytime drama, "The Bold and The Beautiful," will target new viewers in the United States by introducing a regular Latino character (a handsome fashion designer) as well as a long-awaited Spanish-language audio feed that will be available to nearly half the Latino homes in the country. This will mark the first time a network uses Secondary Audio Program, which provides Spanish translations, for a daytime drama.
March 29, 2008 |
Just as the Screen Actors Guild and its smaller sister union American Federation of Television and Radio Artists are jointly preparing to face off against the studios in upcoming contract negotiations, the two actors groups are embroiled in a behind-the-scenes soap opera -- over a soap opera. The latest episode in the long-standing turf wars between SAG and AFTRA erupted among the cast of the classic CBS daytime drama "The Bold and the Beautiful."
May 10, 1993 |
On the set of the CBS soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful," a scene has just completed taping. New cast member Keith Jones turns to the stage manager and asks, "How was it?" Jones has good reason to feel uncertain: Until a few weeks ago, he was not a professional actor, merely an 18-year-old student at the ERAS School in Culver City, an educational and vocational facility that trains developmentally disabled children and young adults to be self-sufficient.