Erica durance dating tom welling

Erica has also appeared on a list of Canada’s “50 Most Beautiful People” and “Summer 2012 Hottest Women of TV” list.

In her personal life, Erica was married to Wesley Parker (1996-99), and has been married to Canadian actor, writer and director David Palffy since January 2005, and with whom she has two sons. If you think too much about playing an icon, it will immobilize you. Sure, there are guidelines so that you don't upset people, but you have to find your own way.

Throughout its popular run, it has continued to blend realism, action, heart and humor as Clark Kent (Tom Welling) soars toward claiming his birthright as Superman. So, I suppose that some of the things that you see in this particular Lois – with her spunkiness, or certain moments of neuroses, or that high energy perkiness, or the laughing, or the klutziness – are definitely me. DURANCE: I don’t feel that I want to change anything about her. I think that’s part of why she’s written the way she’s written, and why she’s there.

With just half of the season remaining, fans of the show and its lead actors are starting to speculate about what they will get to see their beloved characters do before the show’s conclusion. I think she just happened the way she was supposed to. She just has this absolute loyalty for what is good and right and just, and it parallels what Superman is and what he embodies. Have there been any storylines that you’ve particularly enjoyed doing, over the years?

During a recent interview to promote the February 4 return of all-new episodes, actress Erica Durance talked about what she would like to see Lois Lane do before the end of the season, what she’s brought to the iconic role, the feedback she’s gotten from fellow Lois Lane actress Margot Kidder, what she loves most about Lois, the storylines and the superheroes she’s most enjoyed seeing on the show, being directed by Tom Welling, and what she’d like to keep from the set. DURANCE: I have always enjoyed the episodes where Lois and Clark are investigating something, and they’re together and there’s a lot of stuff going on, and there’s a lot of banter, and there’s a bit of humor, and they spice it up with a little bit of everything.

I think that you can’t help but bring pieces of who you are. Have you gotten feedback from any of the other women who have played Lois Lane?

He has a lot of respect and treats people with respect. Is it any more stressful to have him as the boss, instead of just the co-star? He’s just in there to be a part of the team, and he fulfills that role. I have seen a couple of scripts and I just go with my gut. That one’s not me, but that one would be interesting.” Maybe just something else that shows another aspect of females and tries to keep us more well-rounded. In 2012, Durance made a guest appearance in “Harry’s Law”, a legal comedy-drama series created by David E.Kelley, with Kathy Bates, Karen Olivo and Mark Valley in the main roles. DURANCE: That’s an interesting question because it forces me to answer it in a way that makes me feel like I’m being conceited. What do you bring to Lois Lane that other actresses haven’t?

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