I had a head start in acting. Because of my parents, I had a SAG card, an agent and a recognizable name. But I knew if I screwed up, people would never forget. I'd be dead.
I was terrified. My first week, walking around in a teeny bikini, I kept crossing my arms over my chest because I was afraid I was going to fall out of the top of the suit. And I didn't know anything about technique or lighting.
There were so many stories about Bing's daughter living in sin. We weren't hurting anyone. We were living in love. I couldn't understand why people were trying to hurt us and hurt our families.
I can enjoy a vacation as well as the next person, as long as I know it's a vacation and not a premature retirement.
All of my life people have thought of me as Bing Crosby's daughter. Now they'll remember me as the person who shot J.R.
I play a nice crazy lady whose morals are right but who is really foundering.
I'll miss everyone on Dallas so much, but I have a wonderful career ahead of me. I can feel it.
The things that are really important to me are my man, my animals and my books. I don't need anything else.
I didn't have anything to do with being born to my mother and father. But I had a lot to do with Kristin Shepard's notoriety. I'm proud of the work I did on Dallas.
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