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Donna Forrester

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Donna Forrester
The Bold and the Beautiful
Portrayed byCarrie Mitchum
(1987-1991, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2001)
Jennifer Gareis
First appearanceEpisode 6
March 30, 1987
Created byWilliam J. Bell
OccupationVice President of Forrester Creations
Co-Host of The Catwalk
ResidenceThe Forrester Mansion 369 Willow Hill Rd., Beverly Hills, CA, 90210, Los Angeles, California

Donna Forrester (née Logan) is a fictional character on CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. The character was played by Carrie Mitchum on a contract basis from 1987 to 1991 and made guest appearances in 1994, 1995, 1996 and 2001. As of July 20, 2006, the character has been played by Jennifer Gareis on contract status.

Character's background

Donna was concerned about her younger sister Katie (then played by Nancy Sloan, now Heather Tom), who had low self esteem due to excessive acne, and convinced Donna's classmate, Rocco Carner (Bryan Genesse), to date her. Rocco was attracted to Donna, but she was already involved with Mark Mallory (Michael Phillip) and was residing with him. When Donna realised Mark wasn't right for her, she kicked him out of her life, but she and Rocco were never able to make a go of their relationship. Donna was hired to model for Tommy Bayland (Tim Choate), who referred her to agent Nick Preston, who convinced Donna to pose nude for a magazine in Europe. Bill Spencer saw the photos and published them in a US magazine, leading Donna to join forces with Nick and Rocco to take nude pictures of Bill to publish in his own magazines. Donna eventually confessed to what she did to Bill and asked Bill to transfer her father Stephen (Robert Pine), who worked for Bill's company, back to Los Angeles from Paris, but Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery) opposed that idea. After a failed relationship with Thorne Forrester (then played by Jeff Trachta), Donna left Los Angeles for San Francisco, and returned for special occasions.

Donna returned to LA in 2006, and immediately began trying to persuade her sister Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) (who had now married Nick, played by Jack Wagner) to take Ridge (Ronn Moss) back, reminding her of how long she had fought to keep him. When Donna was unsuccessful in convincing her sister to return to Ridge, she went after him herself. This eventually failed, when she realized that Brooke and Ridge would always be connected.

She allied herself with Nick, especially after witnessing an argument between Stephanie and Nick's mother, Jackie (Lesley-Anne Down) which ended with her going over the balcony and into the hospital in a coma. In fact, Donna was the one who told Nick that his mother's injuries were no accident, thus leading to Nick ordering Stephanie to give up Forrester Creations or go to jail. She worked with Nick who had appointed her his new head model and face of the company.

Donna is also allying with Jackie to convince forbidden lovers Rick (Kyle Lowder) and Phoebe (MacKenzie Mauzy) to continue to see each other, knowing that the union could potentially drive a wedge between Ridge and Brooke, driving Brooke back to Nick.

One night, Donna, after thinking that Brooke had arrived home, left for the airport, unknowingly leaving her nephew and niece, R.J. and Hope, all alone in the house, prompting Stephanie to call Child Protective Services, who eventually took the children away from Brooke and placed them temporarily in Ridge's custody. Donna swore revenge on Stephanie, and began to see Thorne Forrester (Winsor Harmon). She seemed to love Thorne, but she saw her relationship with him as a way to get even with Stephanie for all the abuse inflicted on the Logan family over the years. However, recently returned Katie, overheard Donna tell Jackie the real reason why she was marrying Thorne, mainly to get revenge on Stephanie. Katie told Thorne the truth, and that caused him to stop the wedding and furiously broke off the engagement. Donna is furious with Katie now, and has disowned her as a sister.

Donna has since begun an affair with Eric Forrester. With her help and encouragement, Eric persuaded Nick to sell his company back; Nick agreed, but on the condition that Eric divorce Stephanie, a condition to which Eric agreed. Donna's relationship with Eric has earned her the wrath of not just Eric's family (son Thorne and daughter Felicia in particular), but also Jackie Marone, whom she sees as competition for Eric's affections, which has caused friction in their friendship, and also her sister Katie.

Eric, after a lot of thought, had chosen Donna over Stephanie, mainly due to her part in Brooke's rape; but also because he truly loved her. During Forrester's first fashion since Eric returned to the head of the fashion house, she was slated to wear the showstopper gown, but Felicia and Thorne, egged on by their mother, locked her in the steam room at Forrester, allowing Stephanie to steal the moment in the sun. Jake Maclaine, who had recently returned to Forrester, heard her cries and rescued her, then her family comforted her, as they awaited to confront Stephanie for her treacherous actions. Moments later, Stephanie was shot by an unknown assailant. Donna was behind her brother, Storm, especially when it was discovered that he had shot Stephanie, and not her father. Stephanie used Storm's freedom as blackmail to try to break up Eric and Donna, but it failed. Stephanie, persuaded by Katie, finally relented and didn't charge Storm with her shooting. Stephanie insisted that Eric attend their anniversary party, and whatever choice he made, even if he chooses Donna, she would respect his decision.

However, Donna has an even more dangerous enemy to face, namely that of Pamela Douglas, Stephanie's unhinged younger sister, who had despised Donna from the first moment that she had met her. She had her Doberman Pinscher, named Tiny, shred one of her thongs, and sicced him on her, chasing her out into the courtyard. The night of Eric and Stephanie's party, Pam threatened Donna with being killed if she dared to try to become Mrs. Eric Forrester.

Donna and Pam became mortal enemies, as the crazy Ms. Douglas insisted that Stephanie would retain Eric as her husband; and as such, began to play nasty pranks on Donna, such as tampering with her whitening strips; shampoo; a tanning booth, etc. This rattled Donna, and she confronted Pam, who only found it all too funny. Donna was saddened, when she discovered that Pam had switched one of Eric's viagra pills with a sedative. Then, Donna had been tormented by Tiny, Pam's Doberman Pinscher, so she fed the dog Pam's lemon bars. However, Tiny met his untimely end because of this (he actually died of an enlarged heart, so the Lemon bars didn't have any connection to Tiny's death), and this not only irritated Pam, but has inflamed the heated feud between her and Donna. In May 2008, Donna married Eric despite Eric having cold feet and reigniting his feelings for Stephanie.

Newlywed Donna now has two new worries -- Eric's children want to force her out of Forrester Creations, and it has come to light that at the age of 16, Donna became pregnant and gave birth to a baby boy, whom she gave up for adoption. The child was given the name Marcus Walton. Having reached adulthood, Marcus recently arrived in Los Angeles to track down the "Donna Logan" listed on his birth certificate. Donna has fired Ridge, Felicia, and Thorne. Telling the press that Throne and Felicia Forrester were devistated by what happened to their father and that Ridge would also be stepping down. This has angered the three and has vowed vengeance towards Donna. Felicia derisively calls her "Prima Donna" Despite Brooke's pleading that she and Ridge could work together, she defied her sister, by taking conniving Owen's advice over her's and saying that Ridge, Thorne and Felicia would not be welcomed at Forrester, instead relying on Rick, Owen and Marcus to handle the business.

Eventually though, Marcus sensed that Donna was being manipulated by Owen. He finally confronted him on his tactics, and he floored Marcus by saying that he was in love with her. Donna gently rebuffed his advances by saying that she was in love with her husband. After Marcus talked with her sister, Brooke, Donna terminated his employment with Forrester, and he went back to San Diego. Marcus, to celebrate, took his girlfriend, Steffy Forrester to the beach to have a day of sun and fun.

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