I absolutely hated high school. As a freshman, I was 5 feet tall and weighed 95 pounds... When I got to high school, I had no social skills. Was I a nerd? More of a dork. Definitely not one of the popular kids.
You do need to maintain some of yourself and know who you are, but that doesn't mean you can't evolve.
At home, we live on the beach, and it's like every day is a date.
If you want to be with someone who is 15 or 20 years younger, that's fine, but I've found that if you haven't been knocked down a little bit, then you're probably not going to be hanging with me too much.
I went to Samuel Ayer High School, which is now Milpitas High School.
I remember the very first suit I bought. It was a three-piece denim suit with bell-bottoms.
Marc Cherry is so good at writing himself into a corner, then writing himself out of that corner. It's really fun to watch that.
I like to joke that I already married a 26-year-old and divorced a 29-year-old, so I wasn't going to do that again when I got remarried.
I think that there were only two people in my high school that were comfortable there, and I think they are both pumping gas now.
I've been acting professionally since I was 24, and it's the only job I've ever done.
On some level, I think everyone felt like a dork in high school.
I grew up in Northern California, so the hippies were still around. My father and mother were very Republican, very strait-laced and very uptight, but my uncles were hippies.
A few years after 'Melrose Place,' when the luster of 'Melrose Place' wore off and what was left was just the stink, and I was just doing bad TV movies, that was a personal low point. I felt I needed to stop doing those, and I did.
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