"My real joy is my family life,"
- to Weekly in 1996
"For anyone who has a control issue,
which I definitely do, learning to let go is one of the hardest lessons. I used to feel in
relationships I would be the one to fix things. You know, the bigger the cross, the better
the day." - to Weekly, 1996
"I've never been a good kiss-ass.
I've never been real good politically. I say what I mean and I say what I feel and
sometimes, I hurt people and sometimes, I hurt myself." - to Digest, 1996
"Home, playing with Taylor, redoing
my address book." - to Digest on the perfect evening, 1996
"I love this medium. I've been in it
a lot of years. I've left and I've done other things but nothing has given me the joy that
this has. I want to be here." - to Digest, 1996
"It was the [time of] Luke and Laura.
Every show had a youth movement happening; it was exploding. People were all over the
place celebrating, so to speak." - to Digest about drug use on AMC in the
early 80s, 1994
"I've always been so bluntly honest
in interviews that, looking back on it, it can be really embarrassing." to Digest,
"I had to constantly downplay
everything that was good in my life - my work, how much money I made - because it made him
feel bad, it made him feel competitive." -to Digest on her marriage to Billy
"I make serious money. My vacation
check is double what my dad makes in a year and he's an aeronautical engineer. Sometimes
it's a little hard to believe." said by Marcy while she was on Santa Barbara
"I am one of those people who was
able to create a really wonderful life before I was ready for it." said by Marcy
while she was on Guiding Light.
"If you're are never willing to fail,
you're never really ready to succeed." said by Marcy while she was on All My
"As far as a beauty regimen, I really
don't have one, besises being a really firm believer in using sopa and water and getting
enough rest. When I wake up ugly, I usually just go with it. I try not to go against it,
because there are always going to be days when you feel you look better than others".
"Working with David Canary and
Michael E. Knight is a dream come true...I feel very lucky."
"I thank God every day for the faith
and devotion of the audience and for the daily inspiration I gain from watchinf and
working with such talented people," Walker enthuses, "It's what gets me through
and makes me so proud to still be here."
"To walk back a little older, a
little wiser, and much more appreciative, has been wonderful." Marcy Walker on her
return to AMC.
"I've never been a good kiss ass.
I've never been real good politically. I say what I mean and say what I feel and
sometimes, I hurt people and sometimes, I hurt myself." Marcy Walker on shmoozing.
"I think everybody loves to be in
love. But now I've come to the point where I say if I don't know what marriage is, I
shouldn't be married," she says in response to her marital record.