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    Predefinito Jacob Young (Rick Forrester)

    Il 20 Marzo lui e la moglie hanno avuto la loro terza figlia, Grace Elizabeth



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    B&B’s Jacob Young Goes Country: Shares Music From His Upcoming Self-Titled Album! http://bit.ly/2hZlOIU

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    Non sono un grande fan della musica country ma negli USA è un'istituzione e devo dire che ha una voce adattissima al genere dalle preview che ha postato sui social per cui spero per lui che l'album di debutto andrà bene!



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    Intervista molto dura di Jacob contro la produzione e, in generale, l'ossessione delle soap, delle produzioni e delle reti con i nuovi volti, specie giovanissimi, per attrarre il pubblico coetaneo, sacrificando i veterani che i veri telespettatori del genere invece vorrebbero vedere. Per il momento non crede proprio che lo richiameranno per girare degli episodi, sostenendo di essere stato fatto fuori, assieme a Karla Mosley (Maya), per trovare spazio e soldi per i 3 Emma, Zoe e Xander e per IR (nuovo Thorne)

    Da Tv Source Magazine

    TV Source Magazine got a chance to catch up with soap veteran Jacob Young (ex-Rick, B&B; et al) to discuss all of the many projects he has lined up since deciding to opt out of his contract at CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful. But it quickly became clear that the erasure of Rick Forrester wasn’t at all what his portrayer was expecting, nor was it what he was promised. Social media can be a bit of a minefield for daytime actors. They can often say things that have fans doing double takes. For me, that actor as of late has been Jacob Young. During B&B’s recent wedding of Liam to Hope, Jacob was very vocal about his character’s absence. My initial thought was, “Well that’s odd; he’s seems so busy with other projects. It’s more likely he just could shoot on these days.” Then came the tweets agreeing with fans’ disappointment in the disappearance of Rick and Avants.
    It was clear Jacob had a story to tell. So, I reached out to the actor and set up an interview to allow him the chance to do just that.
    The last time The Bold and the Beautiful fans saw Rick on-screen was May 29, 2018. What exactly is your current status on B&B? Last we heard, you were recurring, but we still expected to see you more than we have.
    Yeah, it’s a little tricky because they felt that the story with Maya and Rick had sort of run its course. I disagreed with that full heartedly because I knew that there was a lot of different angles we could play and awareness that we could bring to this storyline. I’m going to try and rationalize it for them and then rationalize it for myself. We’ll break this into two pieces. For them, they have so many people that they have under contract and we have about fifteen minutes truly of air time. When they decide to shift gears, they are not really good at telling multiple stories like AMC, OLTL, GH or these one-hour soaps that we know so well. The writing team over there, they’re limited to two or three stories tops as you know and there were a couple of things coming up.

    Number one, my contract was coming up. Number two, Karla Mosley was just getting ready to take maternity leave, and she’s basically the anchor with Rick as far as a couple. Honestly, they felt that it was going in a different direction. At the same time, I was having a sigh of relief because I’ve been contemplating, as you were saying as TV Source has had to adjust to the ever-changing climate of daytime, so do the actors. It was becoming that time where, I’m not quite 40 so I’m still young enough to do the things that I want to do, but it’s now or never. So, it was time for me to take this as an opportunity to branch out and do some of the things I wanted to do. We’ve done a lot so far within the last year.
    You answered my next question with that answer, as I was going to ask you about B&B’s inability to tell more than one story at a time. I understand that it’s 30 minutes long, but I’ve been watching since the 90s and they’ve been better at telling more one story at the time before.
    You know, I think that there’s a couple of the writers on staff now that have Brad Bell’s ear. I think he’s taking a lot less responsibilities as far as day in and day out and I think they are kind of running the ship. In a generation that has lost these shows, as many decades as people have watched The Bold and the Beautiful for, these guys weren’t even in high school when these shows were going, and now they are running these shows now. I think that there’s a real generational gap and the people that are at the helm are not necessarily able to do what they used to do in the early 2000s the 90s and 80s by telling multiple stories. They are doing just enough, if you know what I mean.
    Storyline aside, we still expected to see the character of Rick. During Hope and Liam’s wedding, everyone in attendance gave speeches about how to maintain a healthy marriage. We found that odd considering the healthiest and longest marriage on the show is Rick and Maya’s, but they weren’t even there. You tweeted about that. Does that mean you weren’t given a script, because some fans just assumed you weren’t available to shoot?
    No, that wasn’t the case at all. I told them. I said, ‘Look, anything that’s important to the show, that means something to you, that you want me there for, I’ll be there. Even while I’m pursuing my other projects.’ They told me that there’d be something in August, which turned out to be the Liam/Hope wedding. But they never contacted me. They never sent me a script. So honestly, I’m not holding my breath that there will be something for Rick for Thanksgiving. I’m truly coming from a real place when I say that. I just don’t know why. I think a lot had to do with budgets and whenever they decide to bring on a new character. God bless him because I love Ingo Rademacher, but bringing him on, basically they needed to free up some financial money, and so I think that was me because I had not had much [of a] storyline. So, they decided they’d use him instead. I think that’s probably the most realistic answer I can give. It just comes down to money.
    We’ve heard about budget issues with The Young and the Restless and Days of our Lives as well. We thought maybe that was something that was specific to Sony, but I guess not.
    Oh, there’s definitely money in The Bold and the Beautiful, but they’re definitely keeping it real tight because of the other shows that have gone off the air. I’m not really trying to stand up for them in any way because I really have a bad taste in my mouth over the whole thing myself. But he’s such a pivotal character and I thought for something as significant as Hope’s wedding – being her big brother – he’d definitely make an appearance and give his blessing to his sister and that just wasn’t the case.

    One of our favorite storylines on any soap in the last 5 years was Maya being revealed as transgender, her love story with Rick, them getting married and their journey to have a baby. How did you receive this storyline when you were first made aware of it?

    First of all, thank you for saying that. It was groundbreaking. As far as I’ve known, in the 21 years in daytime television that I’ve done, every storyline has been played out for the most part and played a hundred times. This was groundbreaking – it was the first of its kind and I was thrilled just as the audience was.
    It was funny because they were keeping it from me. Karla Mosley knew. They had a talk with her in private, because they needed to keep this story top secret and not even tell me. It was funny, not in any kind of weird way, but because I was kind of hinting at Karla in the makeup chair. I was like, ‘Come on, you can tell me. There isn’t a storyline I haven’t heard of.’ She was like, ‘You haven’t heard of this one!’ I said, ‘What are they going to reveal that you’re a man?’
    She looked at me and she got flushed and she didn’t say anything and that was all the answer that I needed because I guessed it. The irony. But, my concern going into it was with the writing team that we had. How we were going to execute it and ensure that we were educating at the same time. So, we made sure that we had an understanding of the LGBTQ community – what words do you say and what words do you not say, and connotations to the transgender community and to make sure that everything was PC. At the same time, the storyline started really impacting people’s lives on a real level and I thought that was really cool when the different tweets and different letters came in that we were making an impact.
    The show received a ton of praise for daring to go there with the storyline – it garnered awards as well as spiked ratings. We thought this would be a storyline that would have impact for years to come. But it’s pretty much vanished, something you’ve been pretty vocal about on Twitter. I wanted to ask you if you wanted to expand on your feelings about that. You expressed that the writers said this wasn’t a storyline they thought could continue and I don’t understand that. Personally, I don’t want to see Liam get married every six months. I’d rather see this.
    Well, the shine kind of wears off after you’ve been married or attempted marriage for the 12th time. Essentially, it’s like the boy who cried wolf. (laughs) I even told Scott [Clifton, Liam], why would Liam allow his father or any family member to sway his view? If you’re a grown man, you’re going to do your own thing no matter what anyone says so you should really fight for that because you’re starting to look flimsy on the show by going back and forth and back and forth all the time. I know they’ve done that with Brooke and such in the past but that’s what their trying to emulate. I’m sorry, I’m going on a tangent. What was the beginning of that question?
    I was just wanting an understanding of why the writers would see a story like Rick and Maya’s and assume it had a shelf life. Because it doesn’t in my eyes.

    First of all, the writers said, ‘It’s run its course and we don’t really know where to go with the story.’ I even wrote a story for Brad that would work. He said it would never work, and then used it for the new cast members that just came on – the younger cast. So, he took my storyline that I wrote for them. I guess he liked it that much. Again, the writers say one thing, but I say financial. Because they didn’t want to pay two guys the salary rate that I was paid at. So, Ingo got to come in and do his thing, so I guess as time will tell. I’m not in any way looking to go that direction anyway. Like I said, if they really do need me for a few episodes here and there, I’m all there. But I’m not interested in going under a contractual situation again.
    I’ll be honest, I haven’t watched a full week in B&B in quite some time because it’s so redundant. So, I’m not entirely sure what storyline your referencing. Do you mind explaining that? Was it the one with Thorne?
    Yeah, and the interns and all that. I had basically written that, but it was Rick being involved. They’ve augmented it a bit. It’s not exactly the same, but that storyline was meant to involve my character. I wrote a whole synopsis on it, he asked me to. And he really liked it but said CBS was going to give us hell if we tell this story. And he goes, ‘But I wish sometimes I was my father and could say to hell with them and do it anyway.’ So, I said, ‘Then let’s do it. Let’s do it anyway.’ And he’s like, ‘Well, let me think on it.’ And it just never came about for me. Which is great because it’s allowed me to shoot three films since I’ve been off the show, two of which will be on the Lifetime Network in early 2019. The third will be going into independent festivals, and the last I heard the guy who scored Iron Man 2 is going to be scoring it. It’s supposed to be a really cool edgy film with Ricky Garcia from the Disney Channel. It’s just a really great cast. It’s an interesting film. It’s like Training Day meets The Crow. Really Dark.


    I want to broach the topic of newer characters vs. veteran characters in daytime. A lot of fans express frustrations with how “newbies” are being placed at the forefront at the cost of the veterans. It’s often said that you have to bring in new characters to keep it fresh, but people like me, who’ve been watching for over 30 years, I tend not to gravitate towards new characters unless they’re phenomenal like Rome Flynn or Reign Edwards were.
    I completely agree with you. Ever since I started, and even before that, in the summer time they’d bring in younger characters. And that was to try and spark interest in a show with a younger generation. And yes, that used to work. But as of right now… I remember 15 years ago, I could pretty much go anywhere and be recognized as whatever character I was playing in daytime. Be it JR Chandler, or Lucky Spencer or this character. And now someone, like a parent, will say, ‘He’s on TV.’ And it will be some teenage girl – 17, 18, or maybe in their 20s and they’ll say, ‘What are you on?’ And I’ll say, ‘A show called The Bold and the Beautiful.’ And they’ll say, ‘I’ve never heard of it.’ That tells you that it doesn’t matter how many young people or fresh people they bring on, they are not changing their audience. Their audience is what their audience is and that’s why it’s important to bring on your veterans.
    I was talking to Kin Shriner [Scotty Baldwin, GH] about this very thing today. He’s always complained about this. They bring in younger people – and yes, you have to have a couple of younger storylines, but the people that are watching are not that age. They’re not that demographic. So, I wish shows would really benefit from bringing on the veterans in more of an “A” storyline that the audience would enjoy. Everyone is always trying to reinvent the wheel when they don’t have to.
    We started to see less and less of Karla Mosely well before her pregnancy was announced. The show also lost Reign Edwards in January. Across the hall on Y&R, two prominent actresses of color have either left completely or been dropped to recurring. A fan recently tweeted you about the lack of diversity on soaps and their reluctance to correct that. You replied that you agree. Can you share with us your thoughts on that matter?
    Specifically, being able to work with Karla and Reign and Obba Babatundé and Anna Maria [Horsford], we had such a wonderful dichotomy of great story that was going, and it was really impacting, and it meant a lot to the African-American community. I would get the tweets, I would get the texts.
    It was awesome what they were doing. And it was like, every time they start to just… it starts to really work, they take it back. They’ll bring someone to recurring or they let the storyline fizzle off to nowhere land. And people ask, ‘Where are the Avant’s, what happened to them?’ So, absolutely, I agree with that whole heartedly. It’s something they should keep a closer watch on and gauge their audience a little better. I think that they’re not doing enough.
    For so long on CBS Daytime, as far as representation, all we had were the Winters on Y&R, and then they brought in the Avant’s on B&B. I will admit as an African-American woman, that it was a large part of why I loved this story so much, so to just see them disappear was disheartening.
    And the acting coming out was second to none. It was incredible. Obba Babatundé was dancing circles around people with his chops.

    Last year you spoke up about the #MeToo movement. With that, and with your stance on diversity in soap operas, do you feel like you’ve gotten to a place in your career that you feel comfortable addressing social issues?
    Yeah, absolutely. I think the time is now more than ever. With so many new barriers being broken down within the industry, I think it would do everybody well to speak out when they feel passionate about something and to not have to constantly edit what they are going to say. Because everyone’s opinion matters. It doesn’t matter if it’s a negative opinion or a positive opinion because we have to hear all of these opinions to adjust as a society. Yeah, I know I feel comfortable about it. I’ve never been someone to be too reserved, but nobody ever really asks me too many questions like that.
    A lot of actors will say something on twitter and the response will be, “You need to be quiet and act. We don’t want to hear your opinion.” I completely disagree with that. Your opinion is your opinion and just because you’re in this industry, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be allowed to voice that.
    And I feel like there’s a lot of that. That’s still going on. People are afraid to say something because they’re afraid to lose their job or some type of backlash. But the time is now that everyone needs to stand on their own two feet.
    You also tweeted that Maya would likely be gone completely. I don’t want you to reveal anything about her contract status clearly, but do you know if the show has anything planned for your characters? Or are her and Rick going to be at Forrester International for the foreseeable future?
    I honest think the latter part of that question is your answer. I think that we’re going to be in Paris in the Forrester Creations office for a while. I know Karla is still on maternity leave. I don’t know. I was talking to her and we were both like, ‘Well we’re going to keep doing what we do no matter what.’ And we’re not going to stop acting, we’re going to be in other places that everyone is going to see us and enjoy what we put forth. But this storyline, I don’t know why, but they backpaddled on it.
    Speaking of Karla, she recently just had the cutest baby girl! Have had the chance to reach out to her?
    We just had a text conversation like three days ago. She said I happened to be on her mind and she let me know she had her baby and it was just thankful that she shared it with me. I’m just excited for this new chapter in her life. I know what it’s like to be a parent and I know she’s always wanted to be a mom so she’s really super excited.
    If the door to return to B&B is no longer open, so do you see yourself on any other soap opera or are you moving past that?
    I don’t think I’d ever want to go back under a contractual situation but ya know, I would definitely do a little arc and bring Lucky back. With Genie Francis coming back, we always worked well together, and it was a nice little arc and I’d do that and have some fun with the GH guys over there.
    I want to talk about some of your other projects. You’ve been performing a lot and were recently a part of the 2018 CMA Music Fest in Nashville. Is music something you plan on focusing more attention on?
    I’m going to continue to focus on music. I’m going to use it as an outlet. I’m not going to kid myself and think I’m a young man coming into the industry, but at the same time it’s a freedom being able to sing my songs that I’ve written and share them with people. It’s a great outlet and if people want to show up and listen, then I’m floored. I’m having a great time with it. So, we played the CMA Fest and just played a singer/song writer series which is like Bluebird Café.
    We have to be really thankful for the show Nashville because the show Nashville really kind of spotlighted the songwriters of Nashville. This has opened up a whole other kind of performing. It’s the storytelling aspect. How the songs came together, why we wrote it, how we wrote it and then performing. So, I just did one of those in Alabama and it was a lot of fun and it’s always going to be there. September 10th the EP comes out and with all my tracks on there and a couple that people haven’t heard yet.
    I’m an R&B fan, but I have a very strong appreciation for country and I listened to your music and it’s really good. Fool For You is really good. That song is gorgeous.
    Thank you. Yeah, sometimes songs just come together. That song came together in like fifteen minutes, and that’s the one that’s kind of crept up on Spotify. It’s at like 70,000 streams right now. It’s been doing good.

    I’ve seen you show your desire to direct. Have you dabbled in directing before or will this be your first time?
    I’ve directed a few commercials before. Because I’ve been in the industry for so many years, you really kind of pick it up naturally. It just becomes the next progression in life because you work so closely with directors. And as a director, you work really closely with your DP who does a lot of the heavy lifting. We try to make it work in according to light and make sure the actors are doing their job at the same time. But yes, directing has been something that I have had a desire to do for a long time and is something that I will do eventually.
    We just started a GoFundMe for a Hallmark format film for a who-dun-it-Agatha Christie thing kind of like Clue. A bunch of people go up to a house in a mountain resort and they get snowed in and somebody gets murdered. So, it has to be someone in the house. That’s what this script is about. It’s a really fun murder mystery so I’m going to sink my teeth into that. Aside from the three movies that I shot, I have another movie called Mending the Line that’s in development. That deals with post-traumatic stress and healing of being in natural. It’s really poignant story. The writer won SXSW and we were lucky enough to option his script. Then I have another film in development that will be shot in the south. It’s a three generational story of women coming to terms, grandmother, mother and daughter taking place on a ranch and its going to be shot in the spring.
    Ok, Daytime After Dark. Can you give me a run down on what this is about because I’m really intrigued.
    So Daytime After Dark, so obviously people know me. They always go, ‘You’re so and so from that daytime show.’ It’s more of a double entendre and a play on words. Yes, I will touch on daytime but its more about, ‘Hey, I’m the daytime and its after dark.” It’s going to be free form; no subject is going to be off limits. It’s going to be raw Jacob. It’s not going to be PC Jacob that you’ve come to know on soap operas. I’m also going to be bringing in my friends for interviews. We’re going to be doing everything from actors to directors to writers talking about everything. Maybe it’s going to be about Ben Affleck going back to rehab, get people’s opinions on that. We’re going to talk about juicy fun stuff. We’re going to have laughs. I may play a song or two once in a while. It’s going to be completely for the fans to engage, interface and have a really great time.



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    Intervista interessante... concordo con l'ossessione delle soap per i giovanissimi,di cui al pubblico che guarda questo genere specifico di programma frega poco,a scapito dei veterani... non è tanto,comunque,il fatto che Bell manchi di fantasia rigaurdo ai Raya,ma che ha paura del minimo backlash del pubblico LGBTQ e AA se li avesse scritti come un qualsiasi personaggio normale soappistico che,quando rompe,paga... per cui dopo la rivelazione dell'essere TG di Maya i due sono diventati santi nottetempo nonostante ne avessero combinate di cotte e crude ad altri,persino tormentando una povera ragazzina con serie turbe mentali... ecco,quest'ultima cosa a me non è proprio andata giù ed è il motivo per cui non m'è dispiaciuto più di tanto quando i Raya sono stati relegati a personaggi di secondo piano,così da non dover sentire troppo spesso qualcuno che ne cantava le lodi o altro.... se invece avessero avuto il fegato di usare la faccenda di Aly per imbastire una nuova rivalità tra Thorne e Rick,allora avevano,ad esempio,materiale per anni a venire.

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    Sì diciamo che anche per me ha ragione in alcuni punti, in altri parla da persona che ha del rancore

    Per esempio ce l'ha con i tre nuovi teen, mentre esalta Nicole e Zende. Sebbe effettivamente gli interpreti erano migliori, già da lì Rick e Maya facevano da zerbino
    Non trovo i Raya simpatici, ma a livello di trama potevano essere sfruttati molto meglio e con maggiore potenziale dei pischelli



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    Quoto... alla fin fine la trama sempre quella è,a cambiare sono gli interpreti,per qui fa ridere che lui ce l'abbia con i tre nuovi se gli andavano bene i precedenti solo perché nel triangolo Zencole/Sasha i Raya erano fortemente coinvolti mentre questo nuovo,per quanto non interessi a nessuno,non ha bisogno di loro per esistere.
    E poi insomma,capisco essere deluso,ma penso abbiano più motivo Windsor Harmon e Darin Brooks di lamentarsi ed essere delusi e amareggiati secondo me... il primo si è sentito dire che lo rimpiazzavano per telefono solo perché Bell pensava di attrarre un bel po' di pubblico con IR,invece la manovra sembra gli si sia ritorta contro e il nuovo Thorne è unanimemente odiato da tutti... Darin perché la storia della custodia di Will aveva più senso se fatta quando i Watie stavano insieme,invece Bell ha messo fine a una coppia che funzionava a livello di chimica a favore di una che non ne ha solo per giustificare i soldi spesi nell'assumere IR e al contempo dare alla Tom l'ennesima storia lacrimosa da Emmy per il 2019,ma a livello di scrittura da acqua da tutte le parti e Thorne è più odiato di Bill da quando è iniziata.
    Lo ammetto... mi duole di più il recata ingiustificato di Thorne che l'assenza di una storia per i Raya,che non tollero da quando hanno fatto i bulli con Aly.. lo so che non è colpa di JY,ma non riesco a dispiacermi di non dover vedere i due personaggi.

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    Ha completamente ragione, Beautiful non riesce a sviluppare due trame o più insieme.
    cacciatori di vita

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    ma a me il nuovo thorne piace....ma sta storia con katie no. dove avete letto che non lo amano? cmq che elimini sti 3 giovani che nn servono a niente.

    TEAM BROOKE & HOPE FOREVER!!!!
    Al rogo Steffaccia e indegna madre!!!

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    a me wyatt e sally non dicono nulla...quasi quasi la vedrei meglio con thorne....

    TEAM BROOKE & HOPE FOREVER!!!!
    Al rogo Steffaccia e indegna madre!!!

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