Daytime Emmy® award-winning actress Rena Sofer plays “Quinn Fuller” an artist and jewelry designer who fictionally created the sword necklace infamously worn by “William ‘Bill’ Spencer, Jr.” and who secretly had his child, “Wyatt” (played by Don Diamont and Daytime Emmy® Award winning actor, Darin Brooks, respectively), on THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL.
In 1995, Sofer won an “Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series” Daytime Emmy® for her portrayal as “Lois Cerullo” on General Hospital. Sofer has also guest starred on a number of television hits such as Covert Affairs, NCIS, Two and a Half Men, Heroes, 24, Ed, Just Shoot Me, Melrose Place, Seinfeld and most recently as “Queen Eva” on Once Upon A Time. Sofer began her illustrious career portraying “Amelia ‘Rocky’ McKenzie” on Loving.
Additionally, Sofer and her business partner, Dino Morra have created a unique, luxurious 2-in-1 product that organically hydrates the skin and fills the room with phenomenal warmth and scent. AMORRA®, a plant-based collagen emollient, doubles as an exquisitely scented room candle as well as an applicable skin hydrating salve that is as warm and soothing as it is fragrant. This amazing product is available at www.dinomorra.com.
Sofer lives in Los Angeles with her husband director Sanford Booksaver and their children.
She celebrates her birthday on December 2.
In June 2013, The Bold and the Beautiful received its eighth Golden Nymph Award at the International TV Audience Awards in the “Telenovela/Soap Opera” category at the Monte Carlo Television Festival. In 2011, The Bold and the Beautiful received its third consecutive Emmy® award for “Outstanding Daytime Drama Series”. In 2010, Guinness World Records® named The Bold and the Beautiful the Most Popular Daytime Soap Currently on TV. The Bold and the Beautiful is the most watched daytime drama series in the world, seen daily by millions of people in over 100 countries.
The Bold and the Beautiful, which celebrated its 27th anniversary on March 23, 2014, is a Bell-Phillip Television production, broadcast weekdays (1:30-2:00 PM, ET, 12:30-1:00 PM PT) on the CBS Television Network. It is the first and only daytime drama to simulcast in Spanish utilizing SAP (Secondary Audio Program) technology. Bradley P. Bell is the Executive Producer and Head Writer.