Christian, whose last name pays tribute to her infant brother who died in1991 from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), is also the spokesperson for SIDS Educational Services, where hermother is an executive director. For her girlfriend to be on the other side ofthe country, or even a few hours away, I just don’t think it would be enoughfor her.
Who says Hollywood actresses are allvacuous, publicity-mongering, party girls? Gabrielle Christian: Well, I would have liked to have seen it go a lotfurther, especially since we covered the high school world so well. GC: I think they would definitely break up, at least once or twice, especiallythe Ashley character. Even if she grew up a little bit, the character is really needy.
GC: The network, obviously, has high standards for kids.
I have a hunch that Aiden and Ashley will go through some drama; he's always been there for her so you never know what is going to happen.
They are true lovesand would probably figure something out after college.
Spencer would probably moveback and they’d live together. Why was So N so devoidof decent love scenes for Spencer and Ashley?
For the past three years, Christian has portrayed a rarity in episodictelevision – a thoughtful, out and proud teen lesbian with a hot girlfriend whois nobody’s side-kick (or a witch).
The 24-year-old Washington DC native landed her first series in 2000 on theshort-lived WB show, Young Americans (featuring ayoung Katherine Moennig as acharacter named “Jake” because some things never change), and hasworked steadily ever since, most recently making guest appearances on CSI: Miami, Numb3ers (both CBS), Girltrash!