Hunter Tylo Reveals Her Favorite Leading Men On The Bold And The Beautiful

Although Hunter Tylo's "The Bold and the Beautiful" alter-ego, Dr. Taylor Hayes has typically been associated with Ridge Forrester (Ronn Moss and Thorsten Kaye) since she first appeared on the soap's canvas in 1990, there were times that Ridge was with the other alleged love of his life, Brooke Logan. So, Taylor has had to find other men to amuse herself with along the way, giving Tylo quite a few love interests during her three decades on the CBS soap.

While she chose not to return to "B&B" as Taylor at the end of 2021 and the character is now played by Krista Allen (via Entertainment Weekly), Tylo had some fun on social media back in 2020 when she took to Twitter and gave fans a treat — the names of her favorite leading men through the years. Tylo has certainly had her fair share of them as Taylor has endured decades of waffling Ridge never knowing who he truly wants.

Hunter Tylo names Taylor's top men

In a 2020 tweet that has since been deleted, Hunter Tylo told fans all about her favorite "The Bold and the Beautiful" men over the years and the man at the top of her list is not who you'd think. While Taylor always winds up back with Ridge, Tylo loved working with Jack Wagner, who played Ridge's half-brother Nick Marone on the 30-minute soap.

"Jack Wagner [Nick] was just a wonderful guy to work with," Tylo tweeted (via Soap Hub). "Love him."

Taylor's life with Nick Marone was filled with typical soap trope, as the pair married and thought they conceived a child via in vitro fertilization, but the embryo actually belonged to Taylor's arch enemy, Brooke. That was enough to break up Taylor and Nick's marriage.

Tylo also loved working with Kabir Bedi, who played Prince Omar, a man who fell for Taylor after she was presumed dead in a plane crash. Rounding out Tylo's list of favorite male leads, according to Soap Hub, were Rick Hearst and Ian Buchanan.

Hearst played Forrester Creations employee Whip Jones, who embarked with Taylor on a brief and fleeting romance. Buchanan played Dr. James Warwick, an old friend with whom Taylor was stuck in a storm where they thought they would die. When Taylor learned James was a virgin and didn't want to die that way, she helped take care of the problem. That's the life of a soap opera character, we guess.