In Baywatch, Donna D’Errico played Kate “Summer” McQueen. While many viewers may associate her with the role, D’Errico has found success in other areas of the entertainment industry. In December, she released a book titled Stand Up for Yourself — Everyday Can Be Adorable.
“I know everyone was shocked that there was a ‘new’ Donna D’Errico.” she said on the set of We Day Baltimore on Wednesday. “‘Is it Donna from the ’90s?’ But they’re all shocked now.”
D’Errico told youth rally participants that the author of the book (which she only recently finished) is her daughter, told them about her eating habits, and she showed them a video of her experiences as a vegan on the set of the hit TV show.
In addition to speaking in Baltimore, D’Errico also visited a farm in Maryland with her daughter and spoke at the Rockefeller Center in New York.
For the women in the crowd, D’Errico said, “I love you all. And I’m going to shout at you like all of you do every morning, but I love you now.”
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