Jacqueline MacInnes Wood
April 17, 1987 (36)
Jacqueline MacInnes Wood is a Canadian actress, best known for her longstanding role in the iconic television soap opera, “The Bold and the Beautiful.”
A performer of exceptional versatility, Wood has been a mainstay in the world of daytime television since her breakthrough performance as Steffy Forrester in “The Bold and the Beautiful.” Launched into the international limelight in 2008, she soon became a fan favorite, garnering praise for her intricate portrayal of a complex and multi-dimensional character. Outside of the soap opera sphere, Wood has showcased her acting prowess in films such as “Skyrunners” and “Final Destination 5.”
Over the course of her career, Wood has had the privilege of working with a wide array of esteemed artists and celebrities. Notably, within the ensemble cast of “The Bold and the Beautiful,” she has shared the screen with seasoned performers like Katherine Kelly Lang, John McCook, and Don Diamont. Her performance alongside Matthew Gray Gubler in the crime thriller series “Criminal Minds” was well-received, as was her collaboration with actors Miles Fisher and Emma Bell in the fifth installment of the “Final Destination” franchise. Other significant associations include working with Kelly Blatz in the Disney XD film “Skyrunners,” and sharing scenes with actors like Eileen Davidson and Hunter Tylo on the set of her soap opera.
Wood’s exceptional acting ability has not gone unnoticed. She has been nominated for several Daytime Emmy Awards for her work in “The Bold and the Beautiful,” winning the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series award in 2019. Wood’s win made her the youngest recipient of the coveted award in the soap opera category.