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By Melissa Lemieux/Jan. 6, 2022 9: 23 pm EST
Hunter Tylo made a title for herself as Dr. Taylor Hayes, a compassionate psychiatrist and a lawful admire of Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye) on the CBS soap “The Mettlesome and the Magnificent.” The actress has had stints on other soap operas — per IMDb, she portrayed Marina Toscano on “Days of Our Lives” for a year earlier than “B&B” launched and used to be Robin McCall on ABC’s “All My Teenagers” from 1985-1988. Then as soon as more, fans establish her with the inclined and but resilient Taylor, a segment she originated in 1990.
Thus, the “B&B” fanbase used to be haunted when the CBS soap opera introduced Taylor help in December of 2021 and replaced Tylo with fellow soap actress Krista Allen (per Entertainment Tonight). Tylo had remaining portrayed Taylor in 2019, so seeing one other lady step into Taylor’s pumps proved to be reasonably the complex shock for viewers. Where is Hunter Tylo, and why isn’t she portraying Taylor on “The Mettlesome and the Magnificent”?
Tylo became down CBS’ offer
Per Entertainment Weekly, CBS it sounds as if reached out to Hunter Tylo to reprise her role as Taylor, however couldn’t convince the actress to return. With Tylo being unresponsive to their requests, the level to’s producers determined to forged around for the role. Since Tylo has rejected CBS’ offer, it appears like Allen is here to discontinue. While Taylor used to be off the level to, characters spoke about her being away on a missionary outing, by strategy of TVLine. Her presence used to be stored alive by her kids, Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) and Thomas Forrester (Matthew Atkinson), and her memorable contention with Brooke Logan (Katherine Kelly Lang) over Ridge used to be infrequently referred to.
Krista Allen is perhaps most fine identified to soap fans as one other recast persona — Billie Reed, whom she portrayed from 1996 to 1999 on “Days of Our Lives.” Movie fans will likely be aware her as the girl who finally ends up on the opposite live of Jim Carrey’s overly-moral overtures all the arrangement through an elevator poke in 1997’s “Liar, Liar,” while TV watchers would possibly presumably well perhaps retract her as Jenna Avid from “Baywatch Hawaii.” She’s also had roles on Fox’s “9-1-1,” “The X-Files,” “Frasier” and “Two and a Half Males.”