BY CHERYL LAVIN.
Published: Sunday, January 19, 1992
Section: SUNDAY MAGAZINE
Birthday: Sept. 17, 1965.
Birthplace: Buffalo, but I grew up in Lake Forest, Ill., and Loganville,
Current home: Hollywood.
Marital status: Single.
Car: A 1991 black Thunderbird.
Working on: ``Homefront,`` on ABC-TV.
The last good movie I saw was: ``Cape Fear.``The book I`ve been reading is: ``The 900 Days: The Siege of Leningrad,``
by Harrison Salisbury.
Favorite childhood memory: My father used to pick me up from school, and I`d ask him 10 times to take me to the ice cream parlor. He`d say no nine times, and then we`d end up there.
Prized possession: The cross from my father`s casket. He died in 1979.
Nobody knows I`m: Awfully happy.
I`m better than anyone else when it comes to: Getting myself into situations I don`t need to be in.
I`d give anything to meet: Jimmy Stewart. I`d like to say thank you.
I hope I never have to: Call my mother again and have her get me out of jail. I got into some crazy stuff in college.
A really great evening to me is: Driving outside of L.A. and finding a quiet place.
The one thing I can`t stand is: People who get in your face.
If I could change one thing about myself, I would: Listen more.People who knew me in high school thought I was: Really weird. I was very, very, very shy.
I knew I was a grownup when I: Left home at 22 to come out to Los Angeles.
If I`ve learned one thing in life, it`s: That I don`t know anything.
Major accomplishment: Being able to support myself and help out my mother.
My most humbling experience: Moving to Los Angeles. It`s a tough city, especially when you grew up in Georgia.
When people first meet me, they think: ``He`s a nice fella.
The words that best describe me: Quiet, loves to laugh, judgmental.