Bradley Bell

Executive Producer and Head Writer for “The Bold & the Beautiful”

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Rules are in place for Hollywood to begin production again. Actors are being asked to apply their own makeup. Cast and crew can expect to get tested at least once a week.

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Rules are in place for Hollywood to begin production again. Actors are being asked to apply their own makeup. Cast and crew can expect to get tested at least once a week.

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