Jenny Mollen - Quotes

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I think the power of persuasion would be the greatest superpower of all time.

I think the power of persuasion would be the greatest superpower of all time.

I don't think that crazy should have a negative connotation - it just means that you're fun. I think that crazy is just a term that boring people use to describe fun people. ---->>>

At 41 and a half weeks pregnant, I started to have second thoughts about becoming a mother. ---->>>

I've always gravitated toward men who sort of kind of eclipsed me in some way. And I think that it's because I have this need to be better. ---->>>

My parents have been married multiple times each, so the idea of being committed to somebody was scary. ---->>>

I just hope that people, women specifically, embrace that side of themselves that maybe is a little nuts or that society tells us is crazy. ---->>>

I just want everyone to like me. That's my main flaw. ---->>>

I surround myself with bizarre people. They're more fun to write about. ---->>>

I think, as a woman and as somebody in the entertainment industry, we have to be careful what we're putting out there and what we're trying to say. ---->>>

I was never the girl who yearned for children. I pretended to be interested in other people's kids, but that was obviously just an act. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 05-30, 1979
Birthplace: in Phoenix, The United States
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Occupation: Actress
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Jenny Ann Mollen (born May 30, 1979) is an American actress and New York Times best selling author. She is known for her portrayal of Nina Ash on the television series Angel, and for Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave. She also writes a humorous column for The Smoking Jacket, a website affiliated with Playboy, as well as an advice column for Playboy (wikipedia)