Full detailed profile on Darla Einstein Forrester Played by Schae Harrison on The Bold and the Beautiful Daytime Soap Opera.
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Darla Einstein Forrester
Actor: Schae Harrison
Who played Darla Einstein Forrester over the years
Schae Harrison (1989 - December 21, 2006)
Useful information on Darla Einstein Forrester
* Stole designs from Forrester Creations for Spectra Fashions.
Past: Assistant to Sally Spectra
Darla had a difficult path through life. Bounced between foster homes as a child, she's always clung to the possibility of finally having a lasting relationship. She served as Sally Spectra's eager assistant and had several failed relationships, with Clarke Garrison and Bill Spencer, before ending up with Thorne Forrester one fateful night which left her pregnant.
Although she initially planned an abortion, Thorne convinced her to keep the child and asked her to let him raise it with Macy. She declined his offer and, after Macy had split up with Thorne and died in an accident, she and the child's father began an ideal relationship. Soon, they were married, but the post-nuptial bliss was not to last. Coming in continual contact with Forrester meant dealing with Ridge and Brooke. Ridge's adversarial position to Thorne had her on edge and a few innocent mistakes were enough to set him off against her. The maltreatment reached the point that she almost left town in tears, only to be dissuaded by Thorne with a promise to love her no matter what.
Things did not let up for them at Forrester Creations though and Thorne eventually gave his parents an ultimatum: They had to choose between he and his brother. Both Darla and Brooke fought hard to convince Stephanie and Eric to choose their husbands, but, in the end, they sided with perennial favorite Ridge. Infuriated, Throne quit the company and, with Darla's support, he became president of Spectra Fashions. Together they fought against the Forrester family, both in business and in private.
Later, after a costly battle with Forrester Creations, Sally decided that it was time to shut the doors of Spectra. This decision was largely prompted by her failing health, a fact which Darla soon discovered. Because Sally had always been what was closest to a family for Darla, she invited her to live with her and Thorne when she retired. Over the next year, Darla kept a low profile until, one night, she got a frantic call from Phoebe after her car had broken down. When she rushed out to help her, she was accidentally run down by Taylor as she sped down the road to aid her daughter. Taylor tried desperately to revive her old friend before she was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. Soon after, she died with Thorne and Sally at her bedside.
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Stephanie is barking orders on the telephone as Thorne tries to discreetly sneak out of the office so he won’t have to be alone with her. But she hangs up and sees him, wants to talk. He tells her he’s not in the mood to hear Donna-bashing, so if that’s all she’s going to do, she can save her breath. Stephanie tries to be a sympathetic mother, saying she understands that he’s lonely since losing Darla, but hooking up with Donna is not going to help. “You do not love Donna the way you loved your wife,” Stephanie insists. Thorne wants no part of this conversation and he tells Stephanie that Donna makes him happy. Then he gives Stephanie an unspoken ultimatum – either accept Donna as his wife or he’s done with his mother for good.
“For a man so obsessed with sex, you have a short memory,” Stephanie is saying to Eric as we join them again. “Our son is marrying a girl with more mileage on her than the Queen Mary!” Eric still sticks to his guns, saying that there’s nothing wrong with marrying Donna just for the comfort. Thorne enters silently, and sneaks up behind them, just as Stephanie is saying Thorne is “dim” for wanting this engagement. Eric tells him to come in and toast the engagement, but Thorne demands to be alone with Stephanie instead. Eric leaves and Thorne gets serious with Stephanie real quick, telling her to either support him or leave him alone. She calls him “adolescent” for using Donna to get back at her for not treating him the way he wanted to be treated when he was younger. She tries to point out how great Darla was and how Donna is so different from Darla. Thorne gets seriously peeved then, yelling about how Darla is gone and she’s not coming back. He’s hacked about how everyone is so in love with Ashley and Ridge, forgetting about the fact that Ashley slept with Ridge’s daughter’s boyfriend, and snarls at Stephanie about how women “love” Ridge, but they only “use” him.