Actor and “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” Star
Cheers. What is your beverage tonight?
I’m having a good ol’ American beer. Cheers.
You are a media queen. You are on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” you’re back in studio as one of the co-hosts on “The Real,” you’ve got your podcast, you’ve announced a memoir coming up. You’re a mom to three kids. My first question is, how are you?
I’m so happy to be here. I am so grateful. You know how this industry goes, it ebbs and flows, up and down like a rollercoaster. I feel like I planted all these seeds along the way and they’re all flourishing around the same time. It really started in 2020. I started my podcast and then I got “The Real.” It’s busy, but I’m so grateful.
You’ve had a career for 30 plus years. What do you attribute your success to?
I came to this country as an immigrant and because of that, I feel the responsibility of taking all the opportunities that are given to me. My mom brought us to America for a better way of life, for more opportunities. That’s part of my hustle. I went to therapy and my therapist asked me, “What will mean success to you? When will you know you’ve arrived?” And I said, “I don’t know, I’m just going to keep doing it.”