Lauren Koslow Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Spotlight On
AFTERBUZZ TV – AfterBuzz TV’s Spotlight On edition, is a long form interview series featuring actors and TV personalities discussing their roles and shows as well as their thoughts, passions and journeys.In this episode host Tony Moore & Mark Freeman interviews Lauren Koslow.
Turning to television in the mid-1980s Koslow landed the role of Lindsay Wells on the hit CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless which she played from 1984-1986. She was then asked by the serial’s creators William J. Bell and wife Lee Phillip Bell to become an original cast member on the duo’s new sister soap The Bold and the Beautiful which debuted in the spring of 1987. She portrayed fashion designer “Margo Lynley” from the serial’s inception until 1992 when she left to begin a family.
Through the early 1990s Koslow busied herself with guest starring roles in several primetime television series including Silk Stalkings and The Nanny. However, she was lured back to daytime in 1996 in order to replace actress Deborah Adair who left the NBC soap Days of Our Lives to, ironically, spend more time with her family.
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