ET recently caught up with Shiri Appleby, who opened up about how she managed to leave her own mark on “Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists” amid its many narrative twists and turns.
She also talked about directing an episode of The CW’s re-imagining “Roswell, New Mexico” and she revealed that there have been discussions about a possible revival of “Life Unexpected”:
“We would love it,” she said of bringing back the family drama, which ran for two seasons from 2010 to 2011. “We’re all really close. We just all took a camping trip together… all the writers, all the actors, all their husbands and wives and kids. I feel like there’s a show there. It’d be really cool. [Creator] Liz Tigelaar and I have talked about it a lot.”
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‘PLL: The Perfectionists’: Shiri Appleby Talks Directing the Show’s Most Shocking Episode Yet (Exclusive)
Shiri Appleby recently sat down with uInterview to discuss her latest movie Lemon, Bravo, her co-stars, and what she has planned for the future.
Working on “Lemon” and the whole experience has turned her on to the idea of pursuing more comedic roles. Shiri said “I want to do more comedy, I want to go in that direction because it’s a side of me that seems really untapped and I was really grateful that Janicza thought of me for this role and included me.”
Next, Shiri is going back to Vancouver, Canada and she is looking to direct again. She also tells: “I’ve got a handful of shows in various stages of development and I’m just working as hard as I can right now.”
Eight months ago Shiri announced that she started her own production company with the fitting name Appletree Pictures.
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Shiri Appleby On ‘Lemon,’ Working With Rhea Perlman & ‘UnREAL’
On July 21, the UnREAL star celebrated with Under Amour the debut of their cross-back bra at a special event in West Hollywood. The sporty launch party was held outside at The London hotel and included a cardio dance workout, followed by a Thai Chi-inspired yoga session.
During the event Shiri was interviewed by PEOPLE and opened up about her six-month-old son Owen, who seems to have more energy than her daughter Natalie. “The first few months, everyone was like, ‘Isn’t it so different?’ And I didn’t really understand,” Shiri told PEOPLE. “Then we just vacationed with some friends of ours that have a baby girl the same age, and she’s dainty and sits, and he’s really active. It’s much more energy!”
The mother-of-two also makes sure to find some time for herself to regain the energy.
“Taking care of myself and working out is something that I’ve really been focused on, because having to go to work and be a mom, I’ve noticed the one thing you don’t give yourself enough of is time for yourself,” she says. “And for me, that’s really working out.”
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Find some pictures of the event available in our gallery.
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