It was scary, and I knew what it was like to be an unemployed actress again.
There is really a whole new appreciation when you leave and then come back.
We share responsibility. It's important to have a good spouse; that's where I sympathize with single parents.
I was moaning and grieving as if I lost one of my own children. It was probably one of the most real feelings I ever had on the show. I was just sitting there wailing with no lines. I was beat after that storyline.
If I was a bad character that got away with murder like we see on other shows, I do not think I would like it because that sends a message that you can do these horrible things and never pay for it.
In September, I left the show. We were going through discussions and negotiations, and I had been on the show for about 11 years, and there were some things that I was asking for that I didn't feel were the moon or the stars.
So, not only am I panicking over the weekend if I need to know my lines, but also if can I get the kids to the zoo. Can I even go to church? I was asking for certain things that would allow me to plan my life a little better.
Unfortunately, since the Sept. 11 tragedy, our business is not doing too well.
We were led to a pediatric ophthalmologist. It's a hard date for me, April 14, 1998. The doctor came back from the examining room and told us she had tumors in both eyes.
I have a really great relationship with God. I pray. I read the Bible.
I had just won the lawsuit against Melrose Place.
I kind of thought the writers were starting to take Taylor and make her kind of down and dirty.
I really like to communicate to my fans. I have a fan club president who I've had for over 15 years.
The only problem with the way they do my character is that they have her get redeemed too early.
My children are the focal point of my life. I was asking for a little more time to spend with them.
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