“The Bold and the Beautiful’s” Pierson Fodé (ex-Thomas Forrester) has joined the cast of “Man From Toronto,” an action-comedy starring Kevin Hart, Woody Harrelson and Kaley Cuoco.
According to Deadline, which first reported the news, the Patrick Hughes directed film follows a deadly assassin, known as “The Man From Toronto,” and another man named Teddy who is noted for being “New York’s biggest screwup.” After the two meet in a rented Airbnb, they are forced to team up to save the day.
“My life just changed forever,” said Fodé on Instagram. “Been dying to share this news. I’ve worked my ass off for a moment like this and it’s only going to get more intense from here. Kevin Hart let’s make a TikTok. Woody Harrelson let’s talk about Matthew McConaughey. I honestly don’t even know what to say outside of HELL F*#KING YES! And I’m honored to share the same space as these legends.”
In addition to “Man From Toronto,” Fodé can next be seen in the film “Reboot Camp” which is currently set for a 2020 release and is in post-production according to its IMDb page. The film follows two brothers who document the creation of a fake self-help group as they con people into believing just about anything. Fodé’s former “B&B” co-stars Darin Brooks (Wyatt) and Kelly Kruger (ex-Eva; ex-Mackenzie Hellstrom, “The Young and the Restless”) are also set to appear.
Since leaving “B&B” in 2018, Fodé has appeared in episodes of “Dynasty” and “Supergirl,” among others. He also played Yonder in the series “The Real Bros of Simi Valley.”