05:43 PM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 04/23/2014 02:00PM
Teri Polo has filed for bankruptcy.
Originally posted 11/03/2011 04:30PM
Teri Polo's furry family has suddenly expanded – exponentially – but she has no complaints.
"I'm in heaven," the actress tells PEOPLE. "I'm a sucker. I've loved animals since I was a little girl."
Polo, who can currently be seen in ABC's new series Man Up, had just adopted two Chihuahuas a few weeks ago, but has since rescued another Chihuahua puppy and three kittens.
The rash of adoptions happened, in part, thanks to her new show. While promoting the comedy on Good Day L.A., Polo was waiting to go on when she saw a segment about adoptable animals. One of the featured pets was a young Chihuahua named Pearl.
Originally posted 12/21/2007 10:25PM
Teri Polo and her musician boyfriend Jamie Wollam welcomed a baby girl Thursday, PEOPLE confirms.
Daughter Bayley was born at 3:02 p.m. in Los Angeles and weighed 7 lbs., a rep for the actress says.
This was the first child for Polo, 38, and Wollam together. They also each have a son from previous marriages: Polo has Griffin, 5, and Wollam has Carter, 9.
Originally posted 04/27/2004 9:00AM
Though Jamie Foxx's character in the upcoming romantic comedy Breakin' All the Rules (due May 14) pens a book about leaving a significant other, in real life, costar Gabrielle Union has her own sage advice on the subject. "My first tip is not to use random excuses like, 'It's not you – it's me' or 'We're going in opposite directions.' You leave people wondering for years and it carries over into their next relationship," Union, 31, tells Daily Insider. "If you were just honest and said, 'I started hating the way you dressed' or 'I can't stand the fact that your mother calls every morning and you actually take the calls,' then they can go into the next relationship with a clear conscience. The second thing? Change your numbers. Cut off all contact. You have to go cold turkey and allow the other person to not be able to linger. That desire to just have one little roll in the sack, (it) won't hurt – yes, it will. Finally, out of kindness, don't debut your new date in areas where you run the risk of running into your ex. It's just evil." Well, okay. Did you get all that?
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