Justin as Graham (Soaps.com)

Justin Baldoni may only have been on B&B for a short time as Sandy, a.k.a. Agnes’, rapist Graham Darros, but his character certainly left a lasting impression on the canvas, as well as the viewers.

Even though his run as Graham is over, Justin is keeping busy with other projects, one of which has a B&B connection.

Justin recently took the time to discuss these projects with Soaps.com, as well as his thoughts on working in Daytime.

Soaps.com: How was your experience on The Bold and the Beautiful?

Justin Baldoni: I had a great experience on B&B. Great people, great crew…you can’t ask for more than that. 

Soaps.com: Would you have liked Graham’s story to have lasted longer, or were you happy it was just a brief run?

Justin: To be honest I was really happy with the ten episode arch. When B&B originally called with the offer I already had two films lined up so timing wise it worked out perfectly!

Soaps.com: I was surprised to learn your character wouldn’t be seen again after Sandy finally confronted him and he was arrested. Did you feel your story arc needed any follow up episodes, or were you happy with how it played out?

Justin: I was really happy with how it played out! I think they were going for a little bit of a surprise with Graham actually going away to jail and not coming back like they do on a lot of shows. 

Soaps.com: Any chance Graham will return to be redeemed or wreak more havoc?

Justin: I’m not sure, but it’s definitely something I would be open to, although the storyline would have to be really interesting. But he was pretty creepy so I have a feeling the world has had enough of Graham for the moment

Soaps.com: What, if anything, surprised you about doing do a soap?

Justin: The workload! I was shocked with the amount of pages we had to learn each day. I have to say, I have so much respect for all of the actors who do this every day; their brains are machines and it requires some tremendous talent to be able to learn that many pages and make choices that fast. 

Soaps.com: Would you do another one?