Her father died in 1990, seeing only a glimpse of his daughter’s success (he had actually been opposed the idea of her going to New York to launch her modeling career).
I think that it’s also finding a good person, who has the same morals, the same goals with you. If you have somebody who has a lot in common with you, that’s half the battle.
I can’t just go out and look for only one type of man. I can’t move to Haiti because of my kids, because of my divorce.
Kreyolicious: Right now, there’s this big tourism movement. Marc—are you involved in anything at the moment that would bring that city to the forefront? My sisters and I are trying to come up with something that we can do. Kreyolicious: Do you ever think about moving to Haiti someday, starting a business there, staying there on a permanent basis?
From then on, TV producers seem to always have her in mind, as she took on lead strong women roles in the early 2000’s detective show “NYPD Blue”, followed by “Eyes” and more recently “Franklin & Bash”.
Currently, she has a role on “Psych”, and is pretty much one of the few television actresses who still remain relevant on TV today as when they first started. I haven’t yet met a Haitian man who’s asked asked me out.