The best of the bland soap hunks in Discuss The Soaps Posted July 31 · Edited July 31 by j swift · Report reply As much as I like a blond IRL, they tend to be synonymous with blandness when it comes to soaps. Ryan's Hope - Chaz Seybrooke - perfect soap opera name, but kind of a nothing character, he was the rebound guy for Ryan after Rick left her (I can never remember if it was the actor or Rick who went to RADA), he was involved in a minor insider trading story that was much too simple to be intriguing Bold and Beautiful - Thorne Forrester - it is hard to be that dull with a fascinating mother, but he pulled it off, a character so boring that his job is literally in the basement All My Children - Greg Nelson - his big love story with Jenny is mostly remembered for her time away from him in New York, he was strictly an object of desire with no substance - special mention to Dr. Cliff Warner, the slightly older version of the same character, a guy who we are told women long for, but we never found out why Loving -Jack Forbes, not actually blond, but you know a guy is bland when he was the center of the drama for the first year and then he disappeared and nobody noticed for a long time Santa Barbara - Brick Wallace, also not blond, but a character name was never as prophetic. Here's a guy who was the son of Sophia and Lionel, (arguably two of the most intriguing, sophisticated, and smartest characters in town ) and he was a complete bore. He also grew up in the circus, and yet it did nothing to make him more likable or interesting. His background is strikingly similar to Dinah on GL (raised by carnies, abandoned child of two intellectual characters), and yet somehow their paths were very different.