Hunter Tylo isn’t quitting “The Bold and the Beautiful” despite the tragic death of her 19-year-old son last month. Mickey had suffered “complex partial seizures” since he was 15. Sadly, he had an attack in the pool. His brother found him dead.
Tylo has already been through a lot — her daughter was diagnosed with eye cancer when she was a baby — but this was the worst conceivable blow. “I thought the worst thing in life was having a sick child, but there’s really nothing more painful than losing a child,” she said in an interview in “Larry King Live.”
Tylo’s not quitting the TV show, though. “I use my pain to work. I don’t think Mike would want me to not be acting.”