Soap opera wouldn't be my first choice, but at this point in my life, I would consider a soap. It would allow me to act and still do other things with my life.
There's an old saying, this too shall pass, and change is good.
Americans appreciate the way our friends around the world are sticking by us, and we all hope for their continued support in what's going to be some very trying times.
I need family support close because when you go to work, they are long days and it can get lonely.
When you work with somebody you have chemistry with, it's easy and it's fun. You hardly call it work.
I love a lot of Colorado and upper Utah. I think some of the most beautiful terrain is upper BC.
I love the Midwest. I think about it every day. I wonder if I would rather have a little farm in the Midwest, in Illinois or Wisconsin, or would I rather have like a little getaway up in the mountains of Colorado.
If there was another Dr. Quinn movie, I would do it in a heartbeat.
It was real Cheyenne. I would get the translations the night before, but it was very difficult because it was not like any other language you would be familiar with.
If I put the script down more than once, there's a good chance that I probably don't want to play the part.
I'm just back in line with every other actor looking for a job right now and keeping my fingers crossed.
My dad is a really honest, hardworking, straight guy.
I have had the auditioning process go on for two weeks or three weeks. I am always incredibly anxious. The audition and the wait is definitely the hardest part for me.