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Updated: 2:47 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012 | Posted: 12:00 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012
By Randall P. Lieberman
NORTH PALM BEACH —
What was special about your appearance on Wheel of Fortune?
“They asked me to be on ‘Fun and Fit Week,’ since I am in fitness school getting my master’s certificate at the World Fitness Association in Fort Lauderdale. I’ll have five certificates when I am done and will be able to be both a group trainer and a personal trainer.”
Was it tough being in front of the cameras?
“No, I’ve been in front of cameras in the past. I attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and was a teen model in Palm Beach.”
What is something that is surprising about you?
“I did volunteer work around the country for five or six years. I prayed before I left that God would work to cultivate my soul in a way that wasn’t apparent in the abundance of South Florida. I went to places like the Appalachian Mountains in Kentucky. I worked with distressed people who didn’t have a lot of things, but had beautiful, pristine land and incredible spirit.”
What organizations are you are a part of?
“I am involved with Rotary International. It’s a great service organization. I actually was the U.S. Goodwill Ambassador for Rotary International to Malta and Sicily in 2007.”
What historical event would you have liked to have been at?
“I would like to have been at the Last Supper. I think I would have been speechless. I would like to have been there at the beginning of the transformation of the faith that I have.”
What lessons did you learn from your Wheel of Fortune experience?
“I’m thinking of writing a book called What the Wheel Taught Me. The three chapters would be: Listen, since I listened to that voice; Trust, since I trusted and went to the audition; and Surrender, since I left the outcome to God. By the time I got to Los Angeles, I didn’t feel any pressure. I just enjoyed the experience and left the outcome to God.”