All Of The Guests Who've Appeared On The Bold And The Beautiful's YouTube Series

If you want to get a good inside look into the goings-on behind the scenes and even sometimes in front of the camera at "The Bold and the Beautiful," turn to an episode of "Bold Live" on YouTube. Hosted by the soap's supervising producer, Casey Kasprzyk, "Bold Live" made its debut in October 2021 featuring some of the show's super fans, clips from the show, actors in hot storylines, and even performers from yesteryear that fans only see once in a while or never at all.

Occasionally, Kasprzyk will even give away some show spoilers, but only in a way that teases without revealing the whole plot. After all, he does want fans tuning to see how all those teasers play out with your favorite characters. If you want to take a look back at some of the episodes of "Bold Live" you may have missed, or if you want to start watching the YouTube series from the start, take a look at our handy guide to each "B&B" guest below.

Who you get to see on the first 5 episodes of Bold Live

The very first episode of "Bold Live" featured Alley Mills, who has played Pam Douglas on the soap since 2006. While we don't see Pam often, when we do, it's always a treat and always comes with Mills' brand of light comedy. The 2nd episode of the web series features Aaron D. Spears who recurs as Justin Barber, the Spencer Publications lawyer who went rogue in 2021 and betrayed his boss and good friend, Bill Spencer (Don Diamont).

When you get to Episode 3, enjoy a conversation with Lawrence Saint-Victor, who plays Carter Walton, the man every woman seems to want recently. Saint-Victor is also a writer on the show. Next up on the 4th "Bold Live" installment is Diamond White, who plays Paris Buckingham, Carter's latest love interest who is torn between two men. Finally, on Episode 5, Kasprzyk interviews Darin Brooks, who plays Bill Spencer's son, Wyatt, a character we saw for the first time in months in early March 2021.

The next 5 star-studded episodes of Bold Live

Two newcomers are featured on the 6th and 7th episodes of "Bold Live," with Delon De Metz and Tanner Novlan, respectively. De Metz took over the role of Zende Forrester in 2021 and Novlan debuted as Dr. John Finnegan in 2020, capturing the heart of legacy heroine Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood).

For the 8th episode of "Bold Live," Casey Kasprzyk interviewed the Forrester patriarch himself, John McCook, the actor who has been playing Eric Forrester since "The Bold and the Beautiful" first premiered in 1987 and McCook had many colorful tales to tell. After all, he has seen it all after more than three decades as the male star of this CBS soap. Not to be outdone, Jennifer Gareis who plays Eric's ex-wife, Donna Logan, appears with her own stories on the 9th installment of the show. By Episode 10, fans get to check in on Matthew Atkinson, who plays Steffy's brother, Thomas Forrester.

These stars rounded out the 1st season of Bold Live

Some of the soap's most popular performers appeared with Casey Kasprzyk as the 1st season of the YouTube show "Bold Live" came to a close. Scott Clifton, who has played Liam Spencer since 2010, sat down for an interview, and in 12th installment. It was Jacqueline MacInnes Wood in the hot seat, the actress who has been bringing Steffy Forrester to life since 2008, with Steffy being one of the loves of Liam's life. The other love of Liam's life, Hope Logan, played by Annika Noelle since 2018, joined the host for Episode 13.

Episode 14 of "Bold Live" featured Heather Tom who plays hard-luck heroine Katie Logan, who can never seem to be lucky in love. Installments 15,16, and 17, featured Don Diamont who plays publishing mogul Bill Spencer, Sean Kanan who plays ex-con and Hope's dad, Deacon Sharpe, and finally Thorsten Kaye, who plays Steffy and Thomas' dad, Ridge Forrester.

Season 2 of Bold Live features new and familiar faces

Some of the performers who appeared on Season 1 of the YouTube series "Bold Live" returned for the 2nd season, with some even appearing a 3rd time. Kimberlin Brown, who has played crazy Sheila Carter on both "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful" off and on since the 1990s, appeared in Episode 1 of Season 2 and again in the 5th and the 9th. Lawrence Saint-Victor made two Season 2 appearances, once on his own, and once with Diamond White in the 14th installment. Matthew Atkinson returned for the 14th episode of the season, while Jacqueline MacInnes Wood and Tanner Novlan appeared together in the 6th episode of Season 2. Novlan also appeared on his own on Episode 4 of the season, while Wood was on her own in Episode 7. Season 2 also saw Darrin Brooks and Sean Kanan again.

There are other "The Bold and the Beautiful" stars who made their first appearances on the 2nd season of "Bold Live," including Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke), who was on twice, once in the 2nd episode and again in the 8th. Naomi Matsuda (Li), Ashley Jones (Bridget), and Krista Allen (Taylor) round out the first-timers on "Bold Live" in its 2nd season.