She made her first mark on television when she joined fellow ABC-soap General Hospital (1963) as savvy record promoter Lois Cerullo. Not only did her portrayal win her a vast amount of fans, she also won a 'Best Supporting Actress' Daytime Emmy. In the mid-'90s, Sofer made the leap to primetime, guest starring in a number of series before appropriately landing a regular part on primetime soap Melrose Place (1992) which turned to be the series' final season. Starring and recurring roles on the sitcom Just Shoot Me! (1997) and the dramedy Ed (2000) widened her exposure. A string of flop series followed (Oh, Grow Up (1999); The Chronicle (2001); Coupling (2003) and Blind Justice (2005), but Sofer proved she had staying power and scored roles on the big screen in movies with Ben Stiller (Keeping the Faith (2000)) and Steven Soderbergh's Traffic (2000). After taking a brief hiatus to give birth to a daughter with her second husband, TV director Sanford Bookstaver, she returned to the small screen in 2006 with recurring roles in two hit shows 24 (2001) and Heroes (2006), as the long-suffering wife to two shady characters, a power broker and an aspiring politician, respectively. In 2010, she tackled a season-long story arc as Margaret Allison Hart, an attorney with a hidden agenda on NCIS (2003). In 2013 she returned to her daytime roots, taking on the role of enigmatic jewelry designer Quinn Fuller on The Bold and the Beautiful.
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Dylan Neal is a well-recognized face on television, having had series regular roles in eight American television series, including 'The Bold and the Beautiful', Aaron Spelling's 'Pacific Palisades', 'Hyperion Bay', and 'Blood Ties'. Dylan has had many major recurring roles, including his five-year stint on 'Dawson's Creek' playing Joshua Jackson's brother, Doug Witter, and as Aaron on 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' opposite Melissa Joan Hart. He has had the good fortune of working with some of the biggest names in Hollywood and in 2012 was offered the male lead role of Jack Griffith opposite Andie MacDowell in the television series 'Cedar Cove'. The series is based on international best-selling author Debbie Macomber's series of books with the same name and premiered on the Hallmark Channel on July 20, 2013.
IMDB: Dylan Neal