Linsey Godfrey reveals photos, videos for role in Living With the Dead
A different look for Godfrey.
Lindsey Godfrey recently celebrated an important cancer-free milestone, and now Soaps.com has learned that the talented actress, who plays Caroline Spencer on “The Bold and the Beautiful,” is set to take on a new challenge in the form of a new acting role. On Twitter and Instagram, Godfrey shared photos and video from the set of her new series, entitled, “Living With the Dead,” which is produced by comedy star Kevin Hart (“Ride Along,” “Get Hard”) for his Laugh Out Loud Network, and directed by King Bach (“Workaholics”). In fitting with the title, the cast appears in zombie make-up on set. While there aren’t many other details at this point, Godfrey’s co-stars are Melanie Iglesias (“The Keys of Christmas,” “Guy Code”), Iman Crosson (“Along the Roadside”), and Slink Johnson (“Black Jesus”), who also shared photos from the first day of filming on social media.
Godfrey has played Caroline on “B&B” since 2012, and may be taking a break from the role to film this new project as her co-star Pierson Fode returned as Caroline’s partner, Thomas Forrester while her character remained in New York with their son, Douglas, visiting her moms. As Thomas is due to share some upsetting personal news on the January 17 episode of the soap, it could be a break-up will be in the cards for Thomas and Caroline to accommodate the actress’ time away from the show. Godfrey, whose “B&B” character also crossed over to “The Young and the Restless” for several episodes, has also appeared on “One Tree Hill,” “Surface,” “CSI: Miami,” “Suite Life on Deck,” and recently taped a short film entitled Broken Strings, directed by Y&R’s Robert Adamson, her former fiancé and father of her young daughter. Her co-stars in the short were “B&B’s” Darin Brooks (Wyatt Fuller), Kelly Kruger (Eva the publicist), and Kim Matula (Hope Logan).
Watch at Soaps.com for more information on “Living With the Dead” as it becomes available.
— Melanie Iglesias (@MelanieIglesias) January 16, 2017
— King Bach (@KingBach) January 16, 2017
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– Candace Young