Yes. I was the first female colonel. I enjoyed being that kind of role model for young women watching the show. A woman can be a colonel! A woman can be in charge! Those were new ideas then.
I think one of the things that I love more than anything when I talk with fans is just sharing stories and anecdotes. It's fun.
We had been planning that for ages. That was our goal, to get her a downtown pass.
I knew it was Fordham the first time I saw it
I knew it was Fordham the first time I saw it. I fell in love with the communication program, the size of the school and the coaching staff was a great bunch of people.
This was a turning point of the season. We needed to win this game. It puts us in a great position.
I really wanted an interception, ... I thought someone ripped my flag off, but I didn't hear a whistle, so I just kept running.
We knew that (Guilderland) was a great team so we had to come out of the gate strong.
I figured it would happen. I just got tangled up in there and received a hard pull on it.
I had a really negative look at the night-life side of Hollywood, which I really didn't like. I went to New York to focus on modeling, and then of course found that New York was not any different from Los Angeles.
I think I'm in the best place I've ever been in so many ways. I've just come out of five years of very difficult times for numerous reasons and yet at the same time it's lead to such growth. It's very exciting that way.
Every once in awhile I like to play dark ladies, crazy ladies, but most often I look for characters that are strong, intelligent, caring - usually earth women, because that's basically how I see myself.