You just have to have the guidance to lead you in the direction until you can do it yourself.
Things went in a direction that I didn't want to go. I started doing bit parts and things that are pretty much laid out for people in my position. The parts were pretty generic.
They did that little thing on South Park, and they mentioned my name and had a character of me judging a Halloween contest. It was really funny.That made me the coolest aunt on earth.
People never cease to amaze me.
My publicist always said as long as they pronounce your name or spell your name right, it's all good.
It's never been bad or ridiculous. I know who I am and what I've done, and I'm really comfortable with myself.
It's definitely a struggle to prove yourself just as a good human being. I'm so proud of who I am and what I've become, the morals I have, and the people that I'm surrounded by.
I'm very proud of Family Ties. It's meant a lot to a lot of people.
I stopped acting because I had other passions I wanted to pursue.
I have no complaints with the whole childhood acting thing, because I wanted to do it.
I got in touch with my agent and told him I wanted to start going out on things again.
I don't need the fame right now I'm not running from the law.
I am Tina Yothers and I'll never be anyone different.
Everyone for the most part is really nice. There have always been jokes, but that's part of being in the spotlight. You can't make everyone completely happy.
Acting is definitely put at the back of my mind, if it's there at all right now. It's all entertainment.
You can definitely become a victim and let people completely destroy your life.
A lot of people recognize me or feel that they know me. A lot of times when I speak, they recognize my voice. It's fun, it's exciting. It's always good feedback.
I can't wait to see The Grinch. It's so out of the world. Every time a movie like that comes out, I'm stoked. It's like real life.
People will see me now and say how I've lost so much weight and look so beautiful now. No, I was just going through my weird years on television
I was 20 years old and felt I had a lot to offer, even to myself.
Everyone has a childhood, everyone had awkward years and weird stages. Mine were broadcast for eight years.
Whatever I'm doing, whatever comes along, this music is something that I've always wanted to do.
My brother's been producing rap music and hip-hop for maybe 10 years.
As far as the media is concerned, I wouldn't shoot anything down.
The people that watch or buy music or listen to TV, I don't think they separate the two as much as the people that are in charge of the production of it.