1. Walk us through a typical day in your shoes.
    Oh my! There are no typical days. I co-produce and star as D.D. in “Marriage Can Be Murder,” host Slot Tournaments at MGM and co-lead a new church in Henderson called Sin City Church. I co-lead with another female, Rhonda Baker. We are the first two women that I know of who planted a church. I also have a husband, five grand babies and three dogs. Nothing is typical. I start early and end late.
  2. Have you ever purchased any As Seen on TV items?
    Yes the wallet that was crushed by the truck for my hubby. He loves it!
  3. If you could destroy a grade-school photo of yourself, what year would it be and why?
    None. They are all a part of me. They show the growth and progression of whom I am.
  4. While grocery shopping, what is your stick-in-the-cart-when-no-one-is-looking item?
    Ruffles and French onion dip.
  5. If we were to look through your device, what is on your hit list or playlist or favorite app?
    WeatherBug, Star Tracker, Instagram. As for playlists, mostly pop hits.
  6. Do you ever play “tourist” in Vegas? If so, what is your favorite thing to do?
    Yes! Our city is awesome, so I try a new restaurant every six weeks. I visit the Bellagio gardens a lot. Now we are season ticket holders of the Las Vegas Golden Knights. I love that Las Vegas is always evolving. The energy and excitement are contagious.
  7. What do you do to unwind and relax?
    I read, color and watch movies. Massages are good too.
  8. Does anyone ever mistake you for someone else?
    Yes. Sharon Stone, Lorie Morgan, Madonna and Brigitte Neilsen. I was asked for autographs as all of them at one time in my life.

More Information
Marriage Can Be Murder” show at the D Las Vegas is a killer game of whodunit where actors are planted among the unsuspecting guests.
For tickets, call the box office at 702.388.2111 or visit thed.com, which includes a three-course meal, non-alcoholic beverage, server gratuity, taxes and fees. VIP tickets include one alcoholic beverage, souvenir t-shirt and priority seats. R.I.P. tickets offer a chance to participate in the show. Marriage Can Be Murder co-creator and star, Jayne Post, has co-authored “No Future Without,” a fictional book based on the real-life accidental death of her 16-year-old son, Paul P. San Agustin. While riding his bike near his home in Henderson in 2003, he was hit by another 16-year-old driver and died due to the accident. “No Future Without” weaves a harrowing tale of a mother’s worst nightmare. The reader is led through two parallel endings—one of forgiveness and grace and one of resentment and anger.

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