Poor Carter Walton. He’s The Bold and Beautiful’s perennial officiant and never the groom. Not exactly a status to celebrate. Luckily his portrayer, Lawrence Saint-Victor, has a very special milestone today.
Happy Birthday, Lawrence Saint-Victor
That’s because he was born on June 14, 1982, in Rockland County, New York, which means that this talented actor is turning 38 years old today! While attending the Conservatory of Theatre and Film at SUNY Purchase, Saint-Victor starred in a number of productions, namely Six Degrees of Separation, Night of the Iguana, and William Shakespeare’s Winter’s Tale.
His early professional credits include the short films Sunshine Has Rain and Kitsch, as well as guest appearances in Law & Order: SVU and Ugly Betty. Saint-Victor’s work as an extra in the CBS daytime soap opera Guiding Light resulted in him landing the role of Remy Boudreau.
Saint-Victor remained in the contract role April 2006 and September 2009 – at which point the show was canceled. Four years later, he joined the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful, yet another soap on the CBS network.
Aside from his work as BB’s Carter Walton, Saint-Victor has also contributed a number of scripts. His penned works include the 2009 web series Wedlocked. Among his other acting credits are the films My Last Day Without You, Collar, and Pass the Light, as well as the episodes of Zoe Ever After, Stepford Sidechix, and All About the Washingtons.
Saint-Victor has been married to his college sweetheart, Shay Flake, since September 1, 2007. When he is not acting, Saint-Victor enjoys playing a variety of sports (including football and martial arts), going to the movies, and reading comic books.
Soap Hub would like to wish Lawrence Saint-Victor a very happy birthday and you can too by clicking on the Twitter link below. The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.