I can remember crying on the set of Beverly Hills 90210 after being released from the show a few years ago.
To me, working out is literally like eating a meal or drinking water or breathing.
One thing I've learned: You never know where life is taking you, but it's taking you.
'Oh, the Places You'll Go!,' by Dr. Seuss, is still one of my favorite books ever.
My relaxation has always been my animals - going to the dog park with them, going to the beach.
You only have one life and if you're not doing what you love, what's the point?
It's how you look at beauty. Is it only an outward appearance with hair and makeup and a hot body, or is it something deeper than that?
I love to travel. I'm a curious person.
I don't know what I did in this life to deserve all of this. I'm just a girl from a trailer park who had a dream.
I like to play women who blaze trails.
I had to fight my whole life to break out of my circumstances. That's just part of my makeup.
I really chase the things that I want.
Few people know this about me, but I love baking pies.
I think that we're all continually searching for who we are, and that's ever-evolving and changing.
I took 'P.S. I Love You' thinking it was going to be a little funny, and I ended up crying every day on that film.
Learning how to fly, for me, was so euphoric.
I don't think people should have boundaries put on them, by themselves or society or another gender, because it's our birthright to experience life in whatever way we feel best suits us.
Growing up in a lower-income family, you don't have the resources to make ends meet and you have to find creative ways to get by.
I grew up in a trailer park in Bellingham, Washington.
I had teachers who I could tell didn't want to be there. And I just couldn't get inspired by someone who didn't want to be there.