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B&B’s Jennifer Gareis Needs Your Help!


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An actor’s headshot is their calling card. It’s the first thing a casting agent sees of them, so it needs to perfectly convey their appearance, personality, and talent with just a single image. THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL star Jennifer Gareis (Donna) is currently shooting some new headshots, and asked her fans for some input on which one to choose!

“Which photo is the best for an acting headshot?” she asked in an Instagram gallery. “One, two, three, or four? Please let me know!”

The four images from photographer Derek Kettela she shared include a standard medium headshot (#1), a wider waist-up shot in a doorway with her hair pulled back (#2), a full-length shot of her sitting on stone steps with her legs crossed (#3), and a full-length shot leaning against a doorway with her thumbs hooked into her pockets (#4).

Gareis has been a working actress for years, kicking off her daytime career with the role of Grace Turner on THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS back in 1997. In addition to her work on B&B, the actress has appeared in movies like Private Parts and Miss Congeniality as well as television shows like DIAGNOSIS MURDER and VERONICA MARS. But actors still need to update their headshots occasionally.

B&B castmate Romy Park (Poppy) praised the pics, adding “One and two best for headshots. Particularly one.”And Kimberlin Brown (Sheila) also voted for number one. Many fans also chimed in voting for either one or two, but three and four also got some votes.

Given how difficult it would be to comb through the comments on Instagram and Twitter/X to tally up the votes, we thought we’d make things a little easier for Gareis by having our readers vote in the online poll below. Then she can get the results with just a click! So scroll through her Insta gallery above then have your say and help her out!

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