In 2001 she made a sitcom pilot for NBC called "Once Around the Park". She was also considered as a cast addition for fading sitcoms Good Morning, Miami
(2002) and A.U.S.A.
(2003) in 2003. Those plans never materialized, either.
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[May 1994, in "Rolling Stone"] I enjoy playing Amanda's cattiness [in "Melrose Place" (1992)], probably because the truth is that I'm not like that at all in my own life. I'm more of a woman's woman, I guess. You know, as a rule I don't tend to back-stab my woman friends like Amanda might.
Her ancestry includes English, Scottish and German. The surname "Locklear" is said to be of Lumbee origin, but it is not clear if she has Lumbee ancestry. Her paternal line can be traced back to her great-great-great-great-grandparents, Duncan Locklear and Nancy Quick, of South Carolina.
Often plays intelligent and strong business women