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Heather Locklear on Her New Lifetime Movie and Making Mistakes in the Public Eye

by Joel Keller, posted Mar 4th 2011 1:00PM
Heather Locklear in 'He Loves Me' on Lifetime
In her new Lifetime movie, 'He Loves Me,' Heather Locklear plays a successful Seattle real estate agent who seems to be having a problem: She's devoted to her husband but can't seem to separate herself from the passionate affair she's having with another man.

But something about Laura seems a bit... off. And in a movie that takes a lot of twists in turns, it's up to Locklear to let viewers in on Laura's very complicated psyche.

Locklear is used to playing complicated characters, not the least of which was Amanda Woodward of 'Melrose Place,' number 37 on our list of the 100 most memorable female characters in TV history.

I spoke to Locklear earlier this week about the movie, what's so juicy about playing bad characters, and if she's been able to take any cues from some of the very public problems she's gone through in recent years. Oh, and I also asked her about Charlie Sheen; her response to that question was posted on Monday.

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Heather Locklear on Charlie Sheen: 'I Pray That He's OK'

by Joel Keller, posted Feb 28th 2011 4:15PM
Charlie Sheen and Heather Locklear
Just got off the phone with Heather Locklear, who was promoting her new Lifetime movie 'He Loves Me,' which premieres on March 7. We talked about the movie and how she's dealt with some of her recent personal struggles. But I wanted to wrap up our talk with a question about Charlie Sheen, as his latest rants against Chuck Lorre, CBS and Warner Bros. have rocketed around the Internet.

She told me that she hasn't seen Sheen, with whom she co-starred on 'Spin City' from 2000–2002, in a couple of years, but she definitely has sympathy for him. "I pray that he's OK," she said. "I want the best for him and his children and his ex-wife, and for his father. So many people are scared."

That's not to say that she was completely forgiving. She added, "I think that sometimes giving certain people a whole lot of money is a little bit dangerous."

I would have pressed further, but the publicist ended the interview at that point. Perhaps they weren't anticipating Heather would get Sheen questions?

Stay tuned for the complete interview, which will be posted on Friday.

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