Hunter Tylo Biography
Hunter started her career in playing for soap operas. She was first seen in the soap opera All My Children in 1985. In All My Children, she played the character of a pickpocket named Robin McCall. In the soap, she was the love interest of the character played by Michael Tylo. In real life, Hunter Tylo married Michael in 1987, the year she also left All My Children.
Then from 1989 to 1990, Hunter Tylo was seen in another long running soap opera Days of Our Lives. In the soap, she played the character of Marina Toscan but when she, Marina, broke up the love team of Steve and Patch Johnson, the producers fired her. When she was removed from the show, the love team of Steve and Patch were reunited.
After her appearance in the soap Days of Our Lives, Hunter Tylo was next seen in another soap, The Bold and the Beautiful, in 1990. In the soap, she played the role of Dr. Taylor Hayes, which lasted for several years. However, she almost did not show up in 2001 when she and the producers of the Bold & the Beautiful failed to reach an agreement for future seasons. Luckily after a last effort, the producers got her back on the soap. She then signed another one year contract which was supposed to last until September of 2002.
However, before September 2002, Hunter Tylo was fired from the show. According to the producers of The Bold and the Beautiful, the character of Dr. Taylor Hayes had already been played out and the storyline for the character reached its end. In the soap, Dr. Taylor Hayes was killed supposedly by the character of Sheila Carter. In 2004, she reprised her role, appearing as a vision.
Then in 2005, Hunter Tylo returned once more in Bold and the Beautiful as a regular cast. Her character, Dr. Taylor Hayes, whom everyone thought of as dead, was revealed to have simply been kidnapped by her ex husband, Prince Omar.
In 1996, Hunter Tylo sued producer Aaron Spelling for firing her from Melrose Place after discovering that she was pregnant. Hunter, during the trial appeared in a very sexy outfit and told the jury that she was on her eight month in pregnancy. She won the case and was awarded almost $5 million.
In 2007, Hunter Tylos son drowned in their family pool in Nevada.