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She was pregnant with first her child when Melrose Place went off the air.
So Bissett decided to pick up a pen and add author to your resume."The show ended, I had Mason four months later, and was just like 'Oh I need something to do while they sleep all day' so that's when I started writing." Her first two books were "Making Memories" and "Little Bits of Wisdom."The fact that she hadn't written before didn't daunt her.
The couple met, got engaged and married all within a year."He's just such a lovely man," she beams.
"Just so down-to-earth and caring - and is an incredible father."Doig and Bissett tied the know at Delille Cellars this past summer, and blended their families.
Everyone loved Bissett's character, Jane Andrews Mancini - in part because she seemed so nice while the other characters did not.
"There were times where I felt I wish I got to play someone a little more bitchy or edgy," said Bissett.
To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA's App Choices app here.She's penned four books including the award-winning "Tickle Monster", all while being a single mom of two and in-demand actress.These days, Josie Bissett is co-starring in "The Wedding March" movie series on the Hallmark Channel with her former Melrose Place castmate Jack Wagner. It's like a it's kind of like a long-lost brother because we have this trust in eachother."Bissett plays Olivia Pershing who reconnects with her college boyfriend years later - when she's just about to marry another man. "So I'm finally playing a romantic comedy-type character and it's the most like me that I've ever played."It may seem like this hometown girl is living a charmed life, but three years ago she almost lost it all, in a catastrophic house fire than reduced her home to rubble."There were times when just getting out of bed - it was hard. It's just empty and at the same time, you're a parent - and so I had to put the kids first."With the support of family, friends and her own personal determination - Bissett powered through."This is the kind of thing, floods and fires, that you never think will happen to you.The aftermath of it can be an absolute nightmare."After major reconstruction of the house, Bissett moved back in this past summer. "We got set up on a blind date," said Thomas Doig, Bissett's husband.