Rowell talks about her multimedia career in daytime soaps, prime time television, feature films and writing novels. She also talks about her numerous awards and Hollywood leading men she’s worked with.
I love doing comedy. Let’s face it, getting a product on the air is a competition. The whole point of competition is raising the bar, and whether that’s TV, sports, film or music…I do have that element, maybe it’s because of 18 years in foster care, but I have a fearless personality, and a lot of experience.
Rowell talks to Chie Davis at Rowell’s Hollywood Hills home about the actress’ foster care advocacy and her foster care upbringing, her time on The Young and the Restless, her strong activism regarding having racial diversity in daytime, and her home life in her 1920’s estate.
I believe that if your space can not rejuvenate you — you can not go outside your front door and do your best work.
Rowell talks about the eighteen years she spent in foster care. She says that her strong ambition and driven nature stems from the care, love and support she received from her several foster parents.
My life was woven together by five foster mothers. They were women who tried to do the right thing by making me feel loved and safe