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“And, just, with so much going on, and then the wedding on top of it, the movie really got me excited, I guess. ” When asked what she may poach from the franchise for her own big day, Bissett muses, “The film has all sorts of great touches: Putting lights on the lake and the couple that was getting married in the show wanted a couple’s logo, which I thought was cute. “I’ve never been part of something like this where a TV movie turns into sequels, and Jack just believed in it so much and he single-handedly has made these next two movies happen.” But it’s not surprising that folks would want to hear more from : Bissett and Wagner have great onscreen chemistry. It’s going to make any other movie I do probably just a little bit boring because we really just entertain ourselves. I don’t know if other people think we’re funny, but stitches! “We were shooting this scene where we’re supposed to be skipping rocks while we’re doing the dialogue," she explains. We also had to just mime it so they didn’t hear the sound of the rocks in the water. I really want you to do it this time.’ So I did it and threw the rock, and it didn’t even make it into the water, but nearly hit the sound man in the head!
Napkins with the logo and stickers and stuff like that. Just all sorts of things.” Bissett reveals that she wasn’t the only actor getting wedding ideas while filming . ) When asked about working together with her long-time friend, Jack Wagner, Bissett reveals that she was thrilled when was expanded. “I’ve just never experienced anything with another actor where we just enjoy the process so much together," admits Bissett, "But we both have pretty lighthearted personalities so we get along. It was one of those moments where I couldn’t stop laughing.” The actress adds, “And what, too, makes this film so much fun is the lightheartedness of the script.
In recent years, she has had the opportunity to explore many diverse and interesting characters in such projects as the ABC movies "The Fire Above" and "Dare to Love," the Fox telefilm "Deadly Vows," the USA Network's telefilm "Baby Monitor: Sound of Fear," the ABC Family telefilm "I Do, They Don't," as well as Lifetime's "Obituary" and "The Other Woman," based on the best-selling novel by Joy Fielding and directed by Jason Priestley.
In 2009, she reprised the role of Jane Mancini, now Jane Andrews, in two episodes of the new "Melrose Place," which aired on Fox in 2009-2010.
, Bissett and Wagner reprise their roles as former college flames who discover there’s still a spark between them.
Other film credits include the coming-of-age comedy "Book of Love" and the psychological thriller "Mikey." In addition to her acting career, Bissett is also the published author of a number of books.
Her first, "Little Bits of Wisdom," inspired by the birth of her first child in 2001 and now in its third printing, is a collection of parenting wisdom and child-rearing "tricks of the trade" gathered from more than 1,000 parents and grandparents throughout the world.
Bissett has hosted numerous shows including "Parenting & Beyond" and the PBS educational special, "Teach More, Love More," which follows four families, each with a child in one of the four critical stages of early childhood development: newborn, infancy, toddlerhood, and preschool.
Bissett made her feature film debut in Oliver Stone's "The Doors," in which she played the wife of Doors' guitarist Robbie Krieger.
She is set to wed hunky British businessman, Tom Doig, in Washington state on July 4, and shares that being on-set got her into wedding mode.