Finn of Bold and Beautiful has been thought to be dead earlier in the month of April when the news came that he was allegedly killed by his own mother. The news came as a huge surprice to fans all over the world but the signs on Tanner Novlan’s social media has made fans to think otherwise.
Finn’s death storyline began on April 1 when his wife, Steffy, watched as her husband was accidentally shot by his biological mother, Sheila.
Steffy had learned that Sheila caused Stef’s step-mom, Brooke, to relapse by switching out her non-alcoholic champagne with the real version and told Finn she was going to confront her.
He became increasingly worried about the mother of his child when she wouldn’t respond to his texts and decided to leave work to rush over the Italian restaurant he knew they’d be at.
Finn got there just as Sheila had raised a gun at Steffy out back by Il Giardino’s dumpster, and he jumped in front and was shot instead.
Initially, we didn’t think too much of it when Li Finnigan denied Sheila’s request to see Finn’s body and say goodbye. The grieving mother was beside herself with grief and anger at her son’s life being cut short and besides that… it was Sheila doing the asking.
Denying Sheila also served a purpose — to fuel the fires of her already tumultuous psyche.The move could easily have been written off as Bold & Beautiful just doing what it sometimes does — moving the plot along and focusing only on what they choose to focus on. Tanner Novlan had left the canvas and Steffy was in a coma, so why keep Finn’s parents around?
Or should we say parent? One could even shrug off Finn’s father Jack not making the scene in the hospital. Presumably, the man was prostate with grief given that they had fallen out in the months prior to the shooting and was making arrangements to have Finn taken to… wherever they took him.
Finn isn’t dead; instead, he’s comatose and securely attached to machinery. He was also murdered by his real mother, Sheila.
Besides, various individuals said Finn was dead at that point, including Deacon, who discovered him and spoke with EMTs on the site. All the characters have since embraced the Finn-is-dead mentality, though fans aren’t quite there yet.
For one thing, instead of being an anguished, weeping wreck at her son’s death, many have remarked that she is simply furious.
In contrast, a second clue revealed that Sheila is the target of a lot of the rage, despite the fact that no one knows she shot both Finn and Steffy yet.
According to Wiki, Finn reprised his role film playing debut in the 2009 direct-to-video horror film Maneater and his television acting debut in the eighth episode of Season 6 of Bones.
In 2013, he was chosen to participate in the ABC Discovers: Los Angeles Talent Showcase, and in 2016, he participated in the independent feature film Flatbush Luck, which received his Best Actor accolades at the FilmOut San Diego and Hoboken International Film Festivals.