Born Sunday 18 April 1976
Professions: Actress, Businesswoman, Director, Producer, Writer
I don't think I'm great at acting. I think I'm great at directing.
Every prop, every shot, every pearl that rolled across the floor was exactly how I wanted it to be.
I love directing. It's where my heart is, and it's the way my mind works.
Eventually, everyone said, Why don't you direct? It would save time. And that's how it started.
Sabrina ran for seven years with a different director every week.
I'd always done family-friendly stuff. I wanted to do a film where I could show my darker side and make people uncomfortable.
I have six sisters, so I assumed I'd have a girl. Learning I was having a boy was really weird.
When I first got pregnant, I freaked out. Then I had to remind myself: I'm turning 30.
I rescued a dog. It was a beautiful.
I didn't get married. I do have a boyfriend. We live together.
This is the first time in my life I've had hair this short. It's always been down to my waist. I can't hide behind my hair any more.
I don't know enough about daytime, I think, to say anything.
If I'm going to do something a little bit more adult, I'll do it if it's going to be on at a different time slot or if it's going to be something that kids won't be able to get their hands on.
I hope to do films. Right now I'm just doing projects that are interesting.
In the Emperor's New Clothes, they got a different celebrity to do each voice. They drew up a picture of each character and then each actor wrote their own part.
Kids aren't going to understand single life in New York City.
I think a lot of the problem is that at 8 o'clock there's nothing on for kids.
There was a big question as to whether or not different generations have grown up differently.
Tune in to Kids and Family Week is perfect for me.
I'm singing background on one of Blondie's songs on her new album.