I was a biology major. But I also happened to be captain of the basketball team and first chair in band.
Nothing beats a jog, and perhaps a push-up or two, by the ocean on a beautiful day.
I go to a lot of comedy shows.
Will Smith, Denzel Washington, Derek Luke and Leonardo DiCaprio inspired me the most. The rawness balanced with charisma that they all bring to the screen is awe inspiring.
I was running from the calling of God because I didn't want the responsibility of standing upright and living under a microscope. I know now that others' destinies rely on my destiny and purpose. I've accepted the challenge and am actively walking in that purpose.
I think we all have regrets but I try to just learn from them instead of giving them too much attention and validity in my life. I used to regret not going to a major four-year university and missing out on dorm life but if I had done that, who knows if I would be doing what I do now.
I always knew I wanted to act but I was really afraid to desire something that seemed so unrealistic and a long shot. I was a kid memorizing entire movies and TV episodes but I didn't take it seriously until I was about 19. Then I moved to New York and took it head on.
God gave me talent, He gave me gifts in order to magnify Him.
I was raised with moral principles that would not be shaken in hard times. And mentorship is huge - it's really important to be around people who have been where you've been, people you look up to and who will keep you strong.
I'm excited to bring in a new fan base for 'Charmed' and to surprise and shock the old ones as well - bridge the gap between both. Maybe I'll get some superpowers!
I love gritty dramas, 'Queen Sugar,' 'True Detective' - stuff like that, but I also love quippy comedies - those multi-cam comedies with incredibly talented and funny casts with perfect comedic timing.