Rena Sofer Reveals Whether She Will Ever Return To The Bold And The Beautiful

Rena Sofer joined "The Bold and the Beautiful" as Quinn Fuller in 2013, according to Soap Central, and it has been a 9-year journey of legendary storylines. From kidnapping an amnesiac Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton) to becoming the matriarch of the Forrester family — much to the family's dismay — Quinn has done it all (via Soaps In Depth). However, per Soap Opera Digest, Sofer recently announced she was exiting the daytime soap and vacating the role of Quinn. The news comes as quite a surprise for viewers, considering Quinn and Carter Walton (Lawrence Saint-Victor) were finally becoming a proper couple following the end of her marriage, as noted. 


However, fans are losing Sofer and 'Quarter', which leaves things entirely up in the air for Walton's character. It's currently unknown what will happen to the couple, but viewers won't have to wait long to find out as Sofer's final airdate is August 29. Upon announcing her departure from "Bold", Sofer revealed this was always going to be her last contract with the series, and alluded to moving on to "bigger and better things" in her Twitter announcement.

Despite there being no word on the possibility of recasting the role, Sofer's future on "The Bold and the Beautiful" is clear. Unfortunately for fans of the Emmy-winning actress' portrayal of Quinn, the news isn't good.

Rena Sofer seemingly closes the door on reprising her role as Quinn

Sadly for fans of Rena Sofer and her "The Bold and the Beautiful," character Quinn, the door seems to be closed on a potential return. Per, Sofer revealed her future on the daytime soap, and it's bleak. Regarding the possibility of returning down the road, Sofer said, "It's hard enough to be on a soap opera when you don't have a story, but to come back in a recurring role to a show that you were fully invested in as a daily player would not be a comfortable place for me. That is not a step in the direction I want to go." Sofer lamented the finality of her exit, stating, "I want to move forward with my life," she adds, "into the scary unknown." 


Quinn's exit from "Bold" leaves a huge void in the canvas, but one soap's loss could be another's gain. Despite being known for her portrayal of Quinn, this isn't Sofer's first experience in the world of daytime television. A trip to Port Charles, New York, the fictional town featured on "General Hospital" isn't too farfetched.

In 1995, Sofer won a Daytime Emmy for the role of Lois Cerullo on "General Hospital." A return couldn't come at a better time. Lois has been mentioned recently, and her daughter, Brook Lynn Quartermaine, could surely use a motherly figure right now (via Soap Dirt). Perhaps, fans could see a rekindling of Lois and Ned