Full detailed profile on Quinn Fuller Played by Rena Sofer on The Bold and the Beautiful Daytime Soap Opera.
Actor: Rena Sofer
Who played Quinn Fuller over the years
Rena Sofer (July 12, 2013 - present)
Useful information on Quinn Fuller
* Is a jewelry designer.
Current: Jewelry designer
Quinn Fuller runs her own jewelry design warehouse and was introduced to Hope Logan by her son, Wyatt, after he became friends with her. Quinn wasn't amused by Hope's questions about the sword necklace her son wears and seemed to tense when Bill Spencer's name was mentioned.
Wyatt Fuller (son)
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At the beach house, Quinn offers an apology - she's sorry Hope married her son instead of his loser half-brother. Hope doesn't want her talking about Liam like that, and doesn't want Wyatt to allow it. Hope rants at Quinn and wonders if she ever saw a doctor. She calls Wyatt gullible for believing his mother. Quinn reminds Hope that her problem is with her and demands to know why she married her son. Hope won't justify herself to Quinn. Quinn asks if Liam was late because of the weather, would she still be married to Wyatt? Hope admits she was planning on getting married in Paris, just not to Wyatt. Wyatt breathes, "Wow." Quinn calls Hope out for not waiting for an explanation from Liam. Hope wants Quinn to go. Quinn says Hope accepted Wyatt's proposal on her own - she had no part in that. She wanted an excuse to blame it on Liam or bad luck. She says being caught doing the right thing for the wrong reason is unacceptable for 'Hope for the Ever-Changing Future'. Hope feels sorry for Wyatt growing up with Quinn. Quinn leaves, with Hope promising never to let Wyatt see her again. Wyatt asks Hope where they stand. Hope agonizes about having Quinn being her kids' grandmother. Wyatt offers to have Quinn committed. Hope's not sure that would be enough. Wyatt says Quinn wasn't there when he proposed and she accepted; it's not about her. They can still have the life they wanted. "Can't we?"
At Liam's house, he asks Bill if he thinks Hope will stay with Wyatt. Bill says he's concerned about him. They bicker about what Hope will do. Liam accuses Bill of not having faith in him. Bill asks if they have a problem. Liam says it's more a state of being. He complains that everybody sees Wyatt as being more like Bill. Bill thinks this is about 'who does daddy love more?' Liam says Bill seems sure that Wyatt will win the same way he always does. Bill tells Liam if Hope has an ounce of sense, which is the part he always questions, she won't stay with Wyatt this time. Bill says Wyatt was raised by that she-devil, Quinn, and needs his attention, whereas Liam has his stuff together. He reassures Liam about Hope and tells him winners can afford to be generous. "Be generous." Later, Quinn shows up. Liam asks what she wants. She pretends to apologize, but laughs. They banter about their history. Quinn says Hope is the kind of girl who takes her commitments seriously and urges him to call Ivy. Liam says Quinn is done and so is the marriage.
At the beach house, Quinn tells Wyatt she had to stop Liam - she didn't trust Hope to make the right decision. Wyatt is upset about being married to someone who was conned into it by his crazy mother. He orders Quinn to go. Wyatt relives good memories with Hope and looks grim.
At Bill's office, Quinn complains that their little 'Ivy falling into the Seine' secret isn't so secret anymore. Bill tells her to have a drink and relax - he's glad it came out. Quinn wonders how he can say that. Bill wants Hope to come to the conclusion she belongs with Wyatt on her own. Quinn wants Bill to convince Liam this doesn't change anything. Bill isn't up for meddling. Quinn reminds him Hope made Liam miserable, and says Liam chose to dive in after Ivy - it doesn't matter how she fell. She wants Bill to convince Liam to respect that Hope married Wyatt.
Quinn returns to Wyatt's house to tell him she went to Bill for support. She's sure he'll get Liam to back off. Wyatt says Hope is the one who has to decide what she wants. He wants Quinn to leave. Hope arrives. She rants at Quinn about being as sick as ever and risking Ivy's life. Hope says they were wrong to think she could have a moral bone in her body. She says Wyatt is a victim too - she hopes Wyatt hates her as much as she does.