In the second grade, Winsor Harmon caught the acting bug.
"I did a play, called 'The Wells Fargo Wagon,' a musical, and I knew that's what I wanted to do, be an actor," said The Bold and the Beautiful star.
Harmon - together with three fellow cast members from The Bold And The Beautiful - will be on hand Saturday at the Beau Rivage in Biloxi to lend a bit of star power to "A Fashion Extravaganza," a charity fundraiser paying tribute to their deceased fellow cast member, Darlene Conley, who portrayed the colorful character Sally Spectra.
The party features live and silent auctions of Conley's show wardrobe, plus a host of other fashion and entertainment items. All proceeds, in turn, benefit the Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse.
"It's very close to my heart, because I have kids. And I wanted to get involved immediately," said Harmon, whose three children range from 4 to 22 years in age.
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