I like being a mom." A regular on "WKRP in Cincinnati" and "Nurses," she would like to do another TV series.
"I love to work and I need to work," says Anderson, who was in a production of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" in Akron, Ohio, over the summer.
He handed me the gun and told me to shoot myself and do us all a favor. "Burt always said no one would ever believe me because he was Mr.
Wonderful and the world loved him." Watching the O. Simpson trial, Anderson says she could "empathize with everything I heard about Nicole Brown Simpson." When people would question why Brown would stay in the relationship, Anderson wanted to say: "You really have no idea the seductiveness and the charm and with what feeling this insidious thing happens to you." (Through his publicist, Joe Sutton, Reynolds said he had "no comment" about the charges of physical abuse, but that "he wishes Loni nothing but the very best from this day on.") With three divorces behind her, Anderson has no plans to marry again -- "it hasn't been where I shine" -- though she and Geoff Brown live together.
"I have a brand-new house and a brand- new life and a brand-new everything." The .3 million, 6,500-square- foot house is the total of her settlement with Reynolds, she says.
Some months he doesn't come up with the mortgage or the ,000-a-month child support, and her lawyers have to get in touch with his lawyers. Sometimes he'll go for months (without paying) and sometimes it is all regular.
Two years ago, Reynolds served her with divorce papers, threw her out of their Florida home and proceeded to humiliate her publicly by calling her a bad mother to their adopted son, Quinton, and implying that she had slept around.
“We were set up on a blind date, we had a phone call to set up the date.
I was a young reporter at ABC, he was at CBS and I knew within 45 seconds I was never going on a date with Andy Cohen,” said Cooper.
Burt wants to make a war -- let him be in it all by himself.
Someday I will talk.' " Her turn to talk has come, and Anderson, 49, is sitting on her sofa talking her heart out, including about what until recently had been a deep, dark secret: the dozen or so times she says Reynolds physically abused her.