Actress Andrea Evans Returns to the Cast of THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL in the role of “Tawny Moore”
|Actress Andrea Evans Returns to the Cast of |
THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
in the role of “Tawny Moore”
December 7, 2010…Los Angeles, CA… Actress Andrea Evans will reprise her role as the gold-digging and conniving “Tawny Moore”, mother of villainess with a heart of gold “Amber Moore” (played by Emmy® Award winner, Adrienne Frantz) on THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, Executive Producer and Head Writer Bradley P. Bell announced today. “I am excited to have Andrea back to reprise this very special role,” said Bell. “There’s really no one else like ‘Tawny’. She returns to Los Angeles from Furnace Creek thinking that her daughter ‘Amber’ is living the high life. When she finds out that just the opposite is true, this campy mother-daughter-duo team up and set their sights on the Spencer men which, of course, causes all kinds of problems for everyone involved.”
Evans’ first airdate is December 28, 2010. She previously portrayed “Tawny Moore” on THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL from March, 1999 to June, 2000.
Born and raised in Downers Grove, Illinois, Evans’ professional life began at age ten with a modeling career in Chicago. Her entry into acting started with a job as an extra in Brian De Palma’s The Fury, which ultimately became a featured role. She was still living in Chicago when she was cast in the television mini-series, The Awakening Land, and her performance garnered the attention of ABC casting executives which led to her casting for One Life to Live. A true icon of the daytime drama genre, Evans has starred on four different soap operas on three different networks. In addition to her role as “Tawny Moore” on THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, she has starred as “Tina Clayton” on One Life to Live, a role that garnered her an Emmy® Award nomination, “Patty Williams Abbott” on The Young and the Restless and “Rebecca Hotchkiss Crane” on Passions. Her other credits include the television series Capitol News and the feature films Opposite Sex, Low Down Dirty Shame, Ice Cream Man, Ghostwriter and most recently, Hit List.
Her theater credits include Love Letters, A Midsummer’s Night Dream, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, The Middle of the Night and What the Butler Saw. She also starred in the world premiere of Candles, an original play dealing with the lives of five women who find the “can” in cancer. In 2002, Evans made her professional return to Chicago and starred in Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues at the Apollo Theater. In 2003, she broke into a new medium when she starred on two episodes of The Twilight Zone radio series. Those shows were later released to retail stores on CD.
Evans served for eight years as the “Celebrity Ambassador” for the City Of Hope’s Annual “Walks of Hope Against Breast Cancer.”
On June 27, 2010, THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL won the Emmy® for “Outstanding Drama Series” for the second consecutive year at the 37th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy® Awards. On June 10, 2010, THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL was the recipient of the Golden Nymph Award at the International TV Audience Awards in the “Telenovela/Soap Opera” category at the Monte Carlo Television Festival awards ceremony, confirming that in its genre, with an estimated 35 million daily viewers in more than 100 countries, and for the fifth consecutive year, it remains the most watched series in the world.
THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, which celebrated its 23rd anniversary on Tuesday, March 23, 2010, 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 and is the first and only daytime drama to simulcast in Spanish utilizing SAP (Secondary Audio Program) technology.