That's right. The 32-year-old former bikini model is the mother of two: Neriah and Sierra Sky. "My 2-year-old doesn't play games yet because she's too young, but my 4-year-old does. It helps her coordination and motor skills. It teaches her patience, and how to have a competitive edge, but deal with losing." And what does Burke think about this new aspect of her career? "It was the most difficult acting job I've had," she says. "Having to put moods into a still photography shoot so that my character could express emotions like anger, surprise, disappointment and joy was a real challenge."
Captain Kirk groupie alert: William Shatner is putting out a new album this October. "When Rhino Records asked me to do it, I turned to Ben Folds and said, 'What am I gonna do?' " Shatner, who will also star this fall on ABC's Boston Legal, tells us. "Ben said, 'Tell the truth.' So I sat down and started writing from my own experiences. And he took those words and made them into music." Expect an interstellar mix of musical styles and guest artists on Has Been. "There's a rock and roll number with Joe Jackson," says Shatner. "There's computer music with Lemon Jelly. There's Ben Folds, and a great western song."
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