Don Diamont Dishes on The Bold and the Beautiful Character

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On May 12, Don Diamont debuts on The Bold and the Beautiful in the role of Bill Spencer, Jr.

What is this character's deal? The actor spoke to Michael Fairman about him:

“I would describe him as rogue-ish, as opposed to smarmy. He is politically incorrect, sexually inappropriate, and has no censor on himself, whatsoever. He says whatever is on his mind to anyone at anytime…no holds barred. He takes no prisoners and nothing or no-one intimates him. He is a highly competitive guy, an adrenaline junkie, and a mixed martial arts guy, and an Ultimate Fighting fan. Bill is quite a force to be reckoned with.”

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The Bold and the Beautiful Quotes

Stephanie: You think this is all my fault? You have brought this on yourself.
Brooke: All I ever did, Stephanie, was to love Ridge.
Stephanie: And his father, and his brother, and your son-in-law. Is it any wonder Bridget is confused? I mean, is it any wonder your daughter would confuse natural feelings of respect and affection for romance? You have blurred the lines of socially-acceptable behaviour. And you stand here and you tell me you're proud. What are you proud of? Having your son-in-law's baby? I know what you're proud of. Chasing after a man whose wife's body is barely cold in the ground.

Brooke Logan Forrester is nobody's fool, nobody's.