"He's a writer-director," she said discreetly, though it wasn't much of a leap to get from A to O'Connor.
Plus, Burns added, her fiancé has a little girl a year and a half younger than her own daughter, Madison (with ex-husband Julian Mc Mahon)."On our third date," Burns recalled, "they were like, 'We're sisters, so whatever you guys [want to do], we want to be sisters.'" it.
In 2009, Burns guest starred in the crime drama CSI: Miami.
Burns hosted all episodes of the NBC game show Dog Eat Dog.
Burns subsequently starred in Baywatch's second rendition, Baywatch: Hawaii, alongside Simmone Jade Mackinnon, Stacy Kamano and again David Hasselhoff, until she left the show due to her first pregnancy. After her hiatus, Burns returned to television, appearing in several guest roles, including in the NBC sitcom Just Shoot Me!
and had a major role in the American soap opera North Shore, appearing in all 21 episodes.
(Moore and boyfriend Ashton Kutcher watched the concert while kissing and cuddling in a nearby corner.) As for Burns, the actress has been in Hawaii since April shooting her new FOX series which debuts June 14.
However, Burns won recognition in 1998, when she joined the cast of the action drama series Baywatch alongside David Hasselhoff and Kelly Packard, in her breakthrough role portraying the character Jessie Owens.In addition to television, Burns has also appeared in minor roles in several films, though not to the same degree of success as her television career.She appeared in the romantic comedy Shallow Hal, the mockbuster disaster Titanic II; a parodical illustration of James Cameron's Titanic, and the drama Where Hope Grows (2014). She was a ballet dancer for 12 years during childhood and started modeling at age 15 after tearing her anterior cruciate ligament in a skiing accident.Burns was given the chance to participate in the first season of the ABC celebrity diving reality competition Splash but turned it down because of an injury she had received when diving a few years before.Burns has also appeared on Ally Mc Beal, Just Shoot Me!