Quinlan, who appeared in the juicy soap, The Bold and the Beautiful, gained near cult status playing the homophobic mom of a lesbian teen in South of Nowhere. I thought about blowing it up and making it bigger than life. ” So the blueprint for 3Way was sitting around like the rest of the garbage in my head and would have stayed there if not for Nancylee and Paige. And we were lucky to get Mary Lou Belli, an incredible sitcom director. We went to the fashion show and supported the wonderful Jill Bennett. LN: You’re not going to give me spoilers though are you? But Kristy Swanson is back stalking Geri and Elizabeth Keener is back.
But her character Siobhan, the straight actress surrounded by gay women on 3Way, is much closer to Quinlan’s own experience. I’d been there for the first time the year befor with Nancylee Myatt and Paige Bernhardt. LN: It’s great that you were all able to collaborate on getting 3Way off the ground. While we were mourning not working together we thought, “Wouldn’t it be nice to put out a great lesbian comedy? LN: I’m curious about how you became a lesbian icon. LN: How did you nab all of these great actresses for the guest spots?
Actually, Paula Carlin doesn’t even think of it in those terms. “Maeve is such a homophobe,” people were writing, not separating me from my character. LN: I read something on Wikipedia and when I saw it, I thought, “It must be wrong,” but I have to ask, since it seems like such an anomaly.
Richard was an obnoxious, aggresive, unprincipled attorney who was always lusting after other women and resented Laura's success selling real estate. I was, I had seen the story and I got on the web site and I was looking around. I wanted to do something to assist the family because I just felt really bad about what had happened to her.Could you tell us a little bit about the timeline of the case? That’s a little bit its like 35 miles north of Cincinnati, OH.One of her most favorite cases, I think, is the Carrie Culberson case, and we’ll probably talk about that. We developed a small group called the Angel Garden of Hope and it works not only with missing people but missing and murdered people. And kinda from there, I decided it wasn’t just about one missing person, but many others and that’s where the Angel Garden of Hope kind of evolved.I would like to hear a little bit about Jill though. We develop web sites for families who are unable to make a web site, and we do vigils and things like that. Todd: And now nationally we have over 108,000 missing persons listed with the FBI NCIC. Keep stressing the fact that we need to get as many of these listed with the FBI NCIC as possible. I would like to hear a little bit more about Carrie Culberson, and, I know you’ve formed a great friendship with her mother.