Will Lawrence Saint-Victor go or stay?
Lawrence Saint-Victor joined the cast of the CBS soap The Bold and the Beautiful as Carter Walton in 2013. Fans were excited when he finally began getting air-time but did not like the storyline where he and Quinn Fuller (Rena Sofer) were cheating behind Eric Forrester's ( John McCook) back. Now that Sofer has confirmed she has taped her last episode fans are wondering what will come next for Carter.
In her farewell to cast and fans, Sofer seemed to imply that her on-screen love interest will be remaining on The Bold and the Beautiful as she said the following. After Saint-Victor said he would miss her Rena replied “And I will miss you as well, but I hope you will be keeping my old dressing room safe for me!”
Saint Victor has worked on other projects
Although Saint-Victor has not received the airtime that fans desired he has been very busy both in front of and behind the screen. The actor was the voice of “Mad Dog” in the Netflix Anime hit, “Scissor 7,” “All About the Washingtons,” and “Zoe Ever After.” He guest-starred on “Ugly Betty,” “For Better or Worse,” The History Channel’s “Honor Deferred,” and “Law & Order: SVU.”
In 2019, the actor and his co-star Karla Mosley (Maya Avant) co-wrote and produced the digital series “Wed-Locked.” The duo also had a partnership with executive producer/head writer Bradley P. Bell and co-wrote “Room8. Saint-Victor also wrote and co-directed The Forgiven in which Mosley starred. The Bold and the Beautiful's first web series that can be seen in its entirety on CBS.com. In 2015. Saint-Victor joined the writer’s room and scripted two episodes of B&B.
There are some fans of The Bold and the Beautiful who still are hoping that Mosley will be rehired and she and Saint-Victor's characters will get together again. The doe broke p after Maya fell in love with Rick Forrester (Jacob Young) and Carter was horrified to find out that the woman he loved was transgender and born a man. Hopefully, there is much more to come on B&B from Lawrence Saint-Victor so be on the lookout for updates.