Rena Sofer was born on December 2, 1968. In 1987, she made her acting debut in the soap opera Another World. The following year, she started a regular role as Amelia McKenzie Domeq in Loving, which she played from 1988 to 1991. Subsequently, she made her big-screen debut in the movie A Stranger Among Us. She also played Andrea in the TV film Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style. Her next role was in the movie Twin Sitters. She gained wider recognition after landing the role of Lois Cerullo in the television show General Hospital.
She was part of the show’s main cast from 1993 to 1997. She later rose to fame for starring as Eve Cleary in Melrose Place. She continued her acting career in the 2000s. She played Bonnie Hane in Ed, Grace Hall in The Chronicle, Vicki Costa in Just Shoot Me!, Susan Freeman in Coupling, Christie Dunbar in Blind Justice, and Heidi Petrelli in Heroes. She became further known for playing Marilyn Bauer in 24. In 2010, she appeared as Margaret Allison Hart in NCIS. Since 2013, she plays Quinn Fuller in the soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.
Has Rena Sofer had Plastic Surgery?
The 49-year-old actress prefers to age gracefully rather than to undergo plastic surgery or receive Botox injections to look younger – that’s what she revealed in an interview with People. According to her, she doesn’t feel the need to subject herself to cosmetic procedures for the sake of chasing the fountain of youth.
She actually loves aging. “I kind of like aging, so I don’t want to stop it. I think I earn it,” she said. “I also think that I really don’t like looking at women whose faces don’t move. It’s weird, and I don’t want to look like that. I want my face to move,” she went on to say.