Hometown: Vincennes, IN
Case #19 in Season 4 of the original "Deal or No Deal" series from 2008–2009.
I loved working on the original "Deal Or No Deal!" My favorite memory was literally the first day that I worked –– someone won a million dollars!
It means after all these years mama's still got it! I am honored to be a part of its rebirth! I feel like it signifies a bit of a rebirth to my career as well. I took time off for the last few years and this is a perfect way to come back!
I would have dinner with the woman who helped raise me and I thought of her as a mom. She passed away from cancer when I was 19. I would love to sit with her and see what advice she would give me as a mother and also ask her how she believed I was doing as a mother because she was such an amazing role model! I would have dinner with Jean-Michel Basquiat, my favorite artist. I would love to hear what inspired his works most and I'd also love the opportunity to paint with him! I would also have dinner with Eliza Hamilton, the woman who established the first public orphanage in NY. She was the wife of Alexander Hamilton and I am curious to hear about that process and how her passion for children started because I have a passion for them as well. I love what she did for the ones that didn't have the blessing of having a family.
My proudest accomplishment is having my two babies and raising them as a single mom.
I am actually an interior decorator and home stager as well!
I have an LLC called "Kidterior Design." I started out decorating kid rooms but it has moved into all ages!
To adopt a baby.
To host my own television show!
My first modeling job was for Lucky Strike Lanes! You can still see the billboards across the country and the photo is so hilariously awful! I was so green.