Ashley Jones (Bridget Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful)

Current Character: Bridget Forrester

Birthday: 1976-09-03

Birthplace: Born in Memphis Tennessee

Marital Status: Single

Biography

Ashley Jones portrays Bridget Forrester, the daughter of Eric Forrester and Brooke Logan on The Bold and the Beautiful. She joined the cast of The Bold and the beautiful in 2004. She earned her initial daytime fame in the role of Megan Dennison on The Young and the Restless (a role in which she garnered two Daytime Emmy nominations). Jones has appeared in the feature films Old School and Extreme Dating. She also has television credits on programs such as Strong Medicine, The District, Without A Trace, 7th Heaven, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman and Crossing Jordan.

The actress was born in Memphis, Tennessee, but was raised in Houston Texas, where she acted in television movies and commercials. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Pepperdine University. In June 2006, She was voted as one of Country Music Television’s 20 Sexiest Southern Women (by the viewers of that station). She is currently married to Noah Nelson (writer). For fun she likes to write, play the violin and hike with her dog.

Career Highlights

CMT: The Greatest- Sexiest Southern Men - Herself (2006)
CMT: The Greatest- Sexiest Southern Women - Herself -(2006)
The Bold and the Beautiful - Bridget Forrester #9 (2004-present)
Crossing Jordan - Beth Flaherty (2004) (2) Episodes
Without a Trace - Trista Bowden (2004)
Extreme Dating - Amanda (2004)
Old School - Tracy (the caterer) (2003)
V.I.P - Anna Petrov (2001)
The District - Dana Rayburn (2001)
Strong Medicine - Shelly Lane (2000)
The King's Guard - Princess Gwendolyn (2000)
The Young and the Restless - Megan Dennison (1997-2000)
Our Son, the Matchmaker - Young Winona (1996)
She Fought Alone - Susan (1995)
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman - Ingrid (1993)

Awards & Acclaim

Special Fan Award Nomination, Irresistible Combination (w/Jack Wagner) (2005)
Daytime Emmy Award Nomination, Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series (2000)
Daytime Emmy Award Nomination, Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series (1999)