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WE LOVE SOAPS TV: If you could both go back to 2008 when SECRET LIFE first began, what advice would you give your younger self? I would say, as a human being, I would tell myself to tell Daren Kagasoff to stop buying sneakers because he has a problem, and then as an actor performing on Secret Life, I don’t know. It’s been a really kind of a wonderful journey, and I’d really gotten to know and bond with all my cast mates, and everybody is great and I love them all, and you know, just kind of a large one big happy family. I’ve really no advice I’d give myself except prepare for all the emotional drama that’s coming. I’m obsessed with GREY'S ANATOMY and DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, and like most ABC shows and soapy, oh gosh, I watch a lot of Spanish soap operas, that’s my guilty pleasure. ” She’s like, “I’m not sure yet.” So she kept beating around the bush saying she wasn’t sure, she was sure, and then I read the script, and then I was, “Oh, my gosh.” I just started crying when I read it because I had been carrying this, you know it’s fake, but I’ve been seeing myself with a pregnant belly for, I don’t know how many months, and then all of a sudden it’s gone, and there’s no result coming from it. So you feel lucky to be able to portray that, and give those people, who had the unfortunate experience, give them some representation, make them feel like they’re thought of, too.WE LOVE SOAPS TV: Do each of you have a soapy, sort of guilty pleasure television show that you like to watch on a regular basis? Ken Baumann: You know, I watched the first two seasons of JERSEY SHORE and then I kind of got over it, but I’ve got to say, now, I am obsessed with BREAKING BAD. I kept asking when am I going to do it, when is it finally coming. Can you talk about how the loss of Adrian’s baby affects your characters? But at the same time, it takes an emotional toll on you.
Premiering to mostly positive reviews from critics and being well received among viewers, the second season of Secret Life opened with the largest audience for the series, posting a series high in total viewers with 4.68 million viewers; in adults 18–34 it was the number one scripted original premiere of summer 2009.With the role came some controversy about her being portrayed as the stereotypical “sexy” Latina, but she feels that there are some things to clear up first. Wearing that kind of makeup had nothing to do with [Adrian’s character] being Latina.I just happen to love lots of gloss – and eyeliner. ’” Second, the role as Adrian didn’t even seem to be a stereotype.In 2008, she shot a lead role in Spanish horror film ASD: A Soul Disowned (formerly called Underground) and was the female lead in ABC Family's original movie The Cutting Edge 3: Chasing the Dream.
You may also have seen her on the big screen as Marly in Fired Up! Ken (Ben) started acting at the age of 11 in New York and Texas.
The series received generally mixed reviews from mainstream critics when it began broadcasting, but was well received among female and teenage viewers.