I am thrilled to be able to bring my vision of beauty to others who may be inspired by it.
I never thought I was the most beautiful model out there or the most sexy woman, but I was a hard worker.
I think with most all of us, we want control of our image – it’s part of the work that we do.
I’m not a vegetarian.
Sometimes I get so wrought up being brushed, poked and pinned all day.
Society says that men need to be bigger and stronger, and they must protect their women and so on.
There was a point in time when I was in dire need of changing the way the model agency was working.
I was diagnosed with hypoglycemia, an abnormal decrease of sugar in the blood. Eventually I learned to eat five small meals a day. Now if I’m making a movie and get hungry, I call time out to eat some crackers.
I run like an electric golf cart. Now I look at eating as a way to feed my body and keep me younger. It’s not about starving your body, but treating your body like a Ferrari. You don’t put in the crappiest gas you can find. You use supreme. In the long term, you’ll run clean.
Food should be raw, just the way God intended it!
I found my prince – he’s a hockey player and we met at an NHL event, the last place I’d ever expect to meet someone, but there he was.
I have a sentimental feeling for my very first cover I was on – it was ‘Bazaar’ Magazine.
I didn’t think there was life after modelling, believe me. It’s a hit to the ego when you are not the diva on the set any more. But I think what keeps me going are challenges. I love when people tell me I can’t do something.
I went along doing the one-salad-a-night routine for a year. And I remember feeling so tired and depressed and irritable. I had no personal life. I was always flying someplace – weekends, holidays, vacations. Dinners at night were no fun because I couldn’t eat.
It doesn’t matter what age you are. You can look sexy and feel great, and that doesn’t have to be a gift only for the young. It can be a gift for any age, even the old, whatever that is nowadays.